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Dashing Philip drops in from the sixth floor to ask Jen to the theatre, but a possible date turns into a work outing when Moss and Roy also get invites. The evening predictably spirals towards disaster, leaving Jen to wonder whether Philip is who he claims to be.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1696 votes.
Jen makes enemies of Roy and Moss after trying to assert herself more after being named as Employee of the Month. Douglas discovers that the woman who he loves is not quite as she seems.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1334 votes.
Jen explains to Roy and Moss that her "Aunt Irma" is visiting. When they don't understand, she explains that she has very powerful mood swings around a certain time every month, which leads to Roy and Moss displaying the same symptoms. Project Iccarus is finished and all of the teams assemble before Denholm as he thanks everyone even remotely associated with the project - except for the IT Crowd. To retaliate in being left out of the the "thank you's," the IT Crowd decide to sabotage the celebration party only to find themselves enjoying in the festivities and to the bizarre conclusion the morning after. Will everyone be able to work together again?
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1365 votes.
Jen has found love, and is giving a dinner party with her new boyfriend to six of their single friends. But when the three male invitees drop out at the last moment, Jen is forced to call upon Moss, Roy and Richmond.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1363 votes.
Moss becomes a celebrity after he beats all the records on a popular puzzle show. Roy is mistaken for a window cleaner. Jen finds herself pre-occupied with Douglas' secret meetings.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1291 votes.
Roy and Moss opt to try a new lifestyle which they soon realize was probably a bad idea when they dodge work.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1197 votes.
Jen has a date with Bill Crouse, and finds him really offensive. To help Jen avoid contact with Bill, Moss resorts to extreme lying which leads everyone to believe that Jen is dead! Meanwhile, Roy finds himself trying to escape the attentions of one of the "beautiful people" on the 5th floor.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1461 votes.
The boys are introduced to a social networking website by Jen.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1256 votes.
Roy gets obsessed by his latest girlfriend's sad family history, while Jen tells an absolute whopper to get some attention.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1196 votes.
Roy and Moss become involved on a new football website. Jen dates a man who resembles a magician.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1289 votes.
Denholm declares war on stress and threatens to fire anyone who is under stress by the end of the day. Will the team hold it together by the end of the day so no one gets fired?
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1867 votes.
When a sexual harrassment case ends wrongly - Roy turns to the streets, Moss gets a bump on the head, and Jen is looking for something new to do.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1222 votes.
Love is in the air with the IT Crowd! Roy has a wonderful date, only to learn that he had something nasty on his forehead the whole time. Jen fancies the security guard and tries to impress him by guessing the answers to questions on classical music. Roy's decides that women only like bastards. Jen disagrees, so to settle the argument, Roy puts a fake profile up on an online dating site. Roy and Moss create a horrible online profile, only it works a little too well.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1574 votes.
Jen decides she wants to stretch herself more at work and applies for the post of Entertainment Manager. After she discovers that her boss's business connections have a dark side, she turns to Moss and Roy for help.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1239 votes.
Denholm is informed of a police presence at the office, causing him to commit suicide. Roy asks Moss to "pimp" the vibrate setting on his mobile phone because it is so weak, and then is mortified to find an internet site that predicts his date of death to be 3pm on the date of Denholm's funeral. Despite reassurances from Moss and Jen, he cannot help but worry. Denholm's successor then reveals he despises the IT department and would love to see them fired. At the funeral, Roy causes a scene as his mobile phone vibrates heavily, believing he is dying. Denolm's successor threatens to fire Moss, Roy and Jen, but Denholm's estranged son and natural successor to Reynholm Industries, Douglas (Played by Matt Berry), bursts into the funeral and takes over the company. It turns out that he loves the IT department, and their jobs are saved. Jen takes up smoking again after watching Denholm advertise them on his funeral video.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1420 votes.
Jen is hired as the manager Reynholm Industries although she doesn't know the first thing about computers.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 2275 votes.
Moss learns that his new mug with his name on it has gone missing. Roy refuses to allow Jen to see what's behind the "red door" for fear that Jen will upset the delicate eco-balance of the office. But Roy and Moss go on an IT call, leaving the Red Door unguarded.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1560 votes.
Worried that his life is stagnating, Moss enrols on a German cookery course. Jen discovers that the only place in the building where she can now enjoy a cigarette is a smoking area not unlike Soviet Russia.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1370 votes.
When Jen loses concentration during a board meeting due to a faulty bra, Moss overcomes his fear of ladies' underwear and plots a way out of Reynholm Industries by inventing a flawless bra.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1276 votes.
The company announces that it is going to have its first raunchy nude calendar.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The IT Crowd from 1144 votes.
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Absolutely love this show. they should have made several more seasons.
One of the funniest series I have ever seen (only coupling can beet this)
ROFL " -... is running Vista .... - we are gonna die "
Amazing show! Too bad there's only a single extended last episode planned.
Incredibly overrated. It has some great moments, but it mainly relies on lazy, uncreative, overdone and unfunny jokes.
Straight up one of the funniest shows of all time. I binge again and again. Just try turning it off. You'll turn it right back on again.
I wish this show had more episodes
Why God?!?! Why did they stop this show?!?!?! ITS OFFICIAL, THIS SHOW IS MY MOST FAVOURITE SHOW IN THE ENTIRE WORLD..... EVER!!! Wish there was more though...
Another great well written comedy from Graham Linehan (Father Ted) as well as some great performances from it's stars (O'Dowd, Ayoade, Parkinson, Chris Morris in S01 and Matt Berry in S02 onwards). Classic, well scripted and just a really funny British comedy and one that can't be judged soley on your first impressions of the first episode, you need to watch the second episode before passing judgement. It will be missed but Graham Linehan did a cracking job of ending the series with its brilliantly funny 2013 special as well as the Channel 4 inspired The IT Crowd Night.
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