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The IT Crowd: The Complete Third Season
The IT Crowd The Complete Third Season
Actors: Chris O'Dowd, Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry
Director: Graham Linehan
Genres: Television
NR     2009     2hr 17min

From the Producer of the Office and Director Graham Linehan — Version 3.0 has finally arrived, and your most urgent IT Department queries can now be answered: Will Jen s builder urinate in all her sinks? Why is Moss speakin...  more »


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Actors: Chris O'Dowd, Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry
Director: Graham Linehan
Genres: Television
Sub-Genres: Comedy
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 09/15/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 2hr 17min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 30
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Great comedy show!
witchyhour | Philadelphia, PA USA | 08/24/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is one of those amazingly funny shows that make me laugh like crazy. It is definitely in my top 5 list! :)

While some episodes are funnier than others, each episode has at least one really good laugh in it. The type of stuff that you spend the next few days giggling about whenever you remember the scene. I just really love it.

Hopefully, they will make a fourth season, since I already miss it.

4 Stars for the First Four Episodes, 5 Stars for the Last Tw
Richard Hine | 09/22/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Maybe Season Three of The IT Crowd carried the burden of high expectations (at least as far as I was concerned). Seasons One and Two were hilarious and, judged by those pre-set standards, I couldn't help feeling that Season Three came out of the gate a little sluggishly. Was creator-writer Graham Linehan (of "Father Ted" fame) coasting just a little?

The first four episodes - From Hell, Are We Not Men?, Tramps like Us, and Speech - all succeed on their own terms and have plenty of laughs. But I've come to expect more from Roy, Moss and Jen. Sure, I like the way each episode introduces a variety of disparate elements and then uses them all to great comic effect. For example, when Roy gives a homeless guy 50p but criticizes his hard-luck story in episode three, we know that's a sentiment that will come back to haunt him. As soon as Roy and Moss bluff their way into the hearts of some "real men" in episode two, we know there's trouble in store. And it's funny to see Jen take her employee of the month award so seriously - even putting an Oprah quote on her office door - in episode four. Through the end of episode four, most of this season's surprises come from Douglas Reynholm (Matt Berry), the boorish boss who is forced to wear "electric sex pants" as part of a harassment settlement and gets to date a post-op transsexual, too.

The season reclaims past heights with episodes five and six - Friendface and Calendar Geeks. The intro to the Friendface episode , with its takedown of social networking sites ("don't think about germs..."), is uproarious. The episode pokes fun at all aspects of the social networking phenomenon in ways big and small, while staying true to its nerdy roots and its specific character quirks (for example Moss is mildly disgusted to be told his newly friended mom's "current mood"). Episode six starts with Roy finagling his way into the photography assignment for a nude charity calendar - only to see the assignment morph into something that could haunt him for life.

If you enjoyed Seasons One and Two of The IT Crowd, you won't want to miss Season Three.

If you're new to the show and want to sample a 22-minute burst, then start with Friendface and reboot from there."
Another solid season from The IT Crowd
S. Easton | 11/09/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is the third season to the side-splitting comedy, The IT Crowd. If you are reading this you most likely have already discovered the genius behind this show. IT Crowd has turned out to be one of the best series I've seen in the past decade. The writing is clever and sharp. The best part about this show is that it can be enjoyed by everyone. Just the other day I watched it with my (very) leftist Aunt, my (very) rightwing Aunt, my techy-nerd brother, and my sister who doesn't know the difference between a laptop and... uh... the larger one. The show's humor is so widespread and downright raw funny.

There are six episodes, plus a few special features (nothing too noteworthy). Like the past seasons, the menus are interactive and enjoyable to watch themselves."
Funny. holy wow, funny.
R. Hoyt | 10/05/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love the IT Crowd, so much. So so very much. It's some of the funniest stuff ever, and even my friends who aren't really "into" computers find it hilarious. Each season is only 6 episodes long (I guess that's a British thing?), but each episode is so packed with awesome, that it makes up for it."