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“You are a pea-brained, prat-faced, pompous, pillock-headed cretin. If you took an intensive course of intelligence injections and studied till you drop, then one day you might make it to moron third class failed.” – Gareth Blackstock (Lenny Henry), dispensing his usual brand of sharp-tongued invective on Chef!

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The Inbetweeners - Best Bits Series 2

This contains strong language and imagery. That’s what so great about it.

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What's wrong with happy endings? (with a p.s.)

I have just finished watching Their finest, by Lone Scherfig – a really fine comedy released last year, a kind of meta-film on the Dunkirk episode (more than three hundred thousand soldiers stranded on the shore in North France, saved by a flottilla of civilian boats – in case you haven’t seen the eponymous film by Cristopher Nolan) but why on Earth did it have to end so sadly? 341 more words

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“Rock on!” – Rocky Hardcastle (Frank Middlemass), As Time Goes By

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Wednesday Trivia Question

Peter Bowles played Major Sinclair Yeates on what Masterpiece Theatre presentation? 165 more words

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The Inbetweeners - Simon's Wardrobe Malfunction

This is one of the highlights of a great series. Try to keep it together, please.

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The Inbetweeners - Best Bits Series 1

Rebel Voice is of the opinion that this series is the funniest of them all. Surely we all recognize these lads from our school days. If you don’t, then you probably were one of those lads. 14 more words

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