Fried follows the staff in the struggling Croydon branch of a low rent fast food chain, "Seriously Fried Chicken". We follow the group as they navigate the greasy world of nugget vending ... See full summary »
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I guess we are all different in our tastes, and I for one don't know the comedy rules as many of the people who write on here do.. Is it like inbetweeners? Not really and its definitely not like skins. It has its own atmosphere, perhaps I would say that inbetweeners was more bizarre with its scenes which led to laughing so much you can't breath but on the laughter scale this is laugh out loud, I particular love the Ozzy Teacher and I think the acting of everyone is simply brilliant. All in all with any TV series you have to grow to love the characters, they are the integral part of the process that keeps watchers coming back and that's why the shows mentioned above and others like Gavin and Stacy become so popular. I gave it 10 out of 10 because I have enjoyed every single episode there is always something new and exciting and its funny all the way through as well, which is important for a comedy and its not too silly like a bad education, its believable comedy and I for one enjoy dry humour the best, not stupid stunts and over the top jokes.
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