Written by Graham Linehan (Father Ted, Black Books) and produced by Ash Atalla (The Office), The IT Crowd centres on the worlds of Roy, Moss and Jen who make up the IT department of Reynholm Industries. While their social betters work upstairs in fantastic surroundings, the IT dept. work in a horrible dark basement underneath it all... The IT Crowd will strike a chord with everyone who dreads getting stuck in a corner with the IT boys at the office party or who's ever phoned their IT deptartment only to be asked "Have you tried turning it off and on again?" Filmed on location and in front of a live studio audience, The IT Crowd is a surreal look at the underclass of a company.
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This is the latest show from Graham Linehan, the co creator and writer of Father Ted and Black Books. If you liked those shows, you will like this one. It has the same irreverent, surreal type of humour. The show involves three under appreciated IT workers who work in the basement of a company. They have no social skills of any kind and do their utmost to minimise contact with the outside world. The show really hits its stride in the second series. The episode "The Work Outing" was one of the funniest things I have ever seen on television. Highly recommended.
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