You know those cool guys who charm the ladies, have tons of friends and get invited to the hottest parties? Roy and Moss are not those guys. A night of fun for these I.T. nerds means getting dressed to the nines for the latest iPhone webcast. But Jen, their new office manager, is going to change all of that.
Last EpisodeTV Special: The IT Crowd Manual Aired: Dec. 24, 2013
This behind-the-scenes documentary features interviews with the main cast of the cult comedy The IT Crowd, plus a host of celebrity fans
The I.T. Crowd: Season 5, Episode #1 - The Internet Is Coming
An incident involving spilt coffee, a homeless person and Roy and Jen looking despicable is filmed on a…
The I.T. Crowd: Season 1, Episode #1 - Yesterday's Jam
Jen fakes her way into a job at Reynholm Industries with some phony techno-jargon and a nice-looking resume.
The I.T. Crowd: Fifty-Fifty: Be a Man
Jen needs the help of a man to get rid of a spider in her office.
The I.T. Crowd: The Work Outing: Theatrical Characters
During a social event at the theatre, Roy and Moss hide in plain sight buy attempting to be different people.
Series Fun Facts
- Schedule conflicts with "The Mighty Boosh" (2003) forced Noel Fielding not to appear in season 3. His absence was explained with Richmond (the character he played) getting scurvy.
- On the UK DVD of The IT Crowd, one of the subtitle options comes up in '1337' or 'leet' speak. 1337, based on the term 'elite', is a language of slang predominantly used by gamers and…
[show]On the UK DVD of The IT Crowd, one of the subtitle options comes up in '1337' or 'leet' speak. 1337, based on the term 'elite', is a language of slang predominantly used by gamers and Internet users, and so fits in with the characters and general humour of The IT Crowd.
- Graham Linehan was inspired to create the series after a visit to his home by a PC repair man with questionable interpersonal skills.