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The Inbetweeners 

TV-14 | | Comedy | TV Series (2012– )
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Four high school friends are not cool or popular, but not total dorks, either.


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Series cast summary:
Lindsey Marie Nelson ...
 Student / ... 10 episodes, 2012
 Mr. Gilbert 7 episodes, 2012
 Polly Mackenzie 7 episodes, 2012
Joshua Lagos ...
Michael Aaron Carico ...
Wendy Bell ...
 Mrs. Peeler / ... 5 episodes, 2012
Samuel Paul ...
 Grove High Student / ... 5 episodes, 2012


After leading a relatively sheltered life in private school up to this point in his life, fastidious and straight-laced briefcase-carrying Will Mackenzie faces a new reality when, following his parents' split, he is forced to attend public school for the first time in his life in his senior year. He sees it somewhat as an opportunity to insert himself among the popular kids, which he was not at private school. However, out of circumstance, he ends up in a social circle of four who are neither the social outcasts, but are nowhere near being popular. He and his new friends get into one misadventure after another in their inbetweener status. Jay Cartwright is the big talker, whose friends know his stories of sexual conquests are all made-up fantasy. Neil Sutherland is clueless to things happening around him. And Simon Cooper, who becomes Will's best friend, often makes bad choices in his primary mission to get Carly D'Amato, a childhood friend and one of the popular kids, to be his ... Written by Huggo

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20 August 2012 (USA)  »

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Major fail of a remake.
8 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

There is only two words all together in the world to describe the Inbetweeners USA.And those words are lazy and stupid.As a huge fan of the original version I am very annoyed at this.When I first saw the trailer for this show I was thinking this has to be the biggest piece of crap of the year.I was wrong.It is the biggest piece of crap in at least 5 years.

In an interview the cast of the remake quoted they took the jokes from the original and americanized them or something like that.But when I watched the pilot all the jokes,lines,situations etc were the exact same as the original.Some people might ask If the jokes are the same than what's there to complain about?Well using the exact same jokes and lines just shows laziness, IN-creativity and more off a reason why a US remake was just pointless.

The acting is really bad.I mean Paris Hilton bad.And the characters are monstrous compared to the original characters. Jay's voice is really annoying and he's tremendously overweight.Simon and Will look like the Jonas Brothers.And Neil(who was my favorite character in the original) looks like a stoner.In the original Neil was funny stupid.In the US version he's stupid stupid. I'm not hating on American's or anything like that but it's about time they start making up new idea's for comedy's instead of remaking British ones and ruining them.To sum it up."If it's not broken then don't fix it".

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