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Roy: Moss, how would you feel about a big 'girl's night out'?
Moss: I came here to drink milk and kick ass.
Moss: What kind of operating system does [the robot] use? Police: Err... it's... Vista.
Moss: When I was eleven I broke the patio window and my mother sued me.
Moss: Unless I'm very much mistaken, this seems to be a problem for which you need the male perspective.
Jen: I love culture.
Denholm: That's the sort of place this is, Jen.
Roy: How dare you? I trusted you.
Jen: Mr. Reynholm, I don't need to remind you of the report that denounced Reynholm Industries as an institutionally sexist organization.
Jen: (to Roy) Why are you doing this?
Moss: My mum's on Friendface! My mum!
Moss: I want to go back to being weird. I like being weird. Weird is all I've got.
Jen: Keep the conversation about things that would interest everybody. You know, nothing about memory or RAM.
Derek: (at Denholm's funeral) You do know we're burying a great man today!
Denholm: When I started Reynholm Industries, I had just two things in my possession:
Jen: 'A story of a young man trying to find his sexuality in the uncaring Thatcher years. Warning: Contains scenes of graphic homoeroticism.'
Moss: Dear Sir stroke Madam. Fire, exclamation mark. Fire, exclamation mark. Help me, exclamation mark. 123 Carrendon Road.
Moss: Well that's easy to remember.
Roy: Hello, I.T...
Roy: (singing) We don't need no education.
Moss: Prepare to put mustard on those words, for you will be consuming them with this slice of humble pie that comes from the oven of shame, set at gas mark egg-on-your-face...
Roy: They have no respect for us up there! No respect whatsoever! We're all just drudgeons to them!
Jen: A post has opened up for 'Entertainments Manager'. That sounds great. Better than whatever this job is.
Moss: It's kind of like a 'Dungeons and Dragons' thing.
Jen: Oh, is this something to do with sex?
Roy: I can't believe there's a psychiatrist in the building. All because those two from accounts wanted to go to the seaside.
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Jul 15th, 2012 at 06:16 GMT
I can't believe you didn't include "Did you see that ludicrous display last night?" Still, nicely done.
Jul 15th, 2012 at 18:28 GMT
The thing about Arsenal is they always try to walk it in... I may need to make a sequel. There are just too many good lines.
Jul 18th, 2012 at 18:57 GMT
I'm not putting it up to 8, Moss, it'll blow my cock off.
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Jul 18th, 2012 at 20:55 GMT
I'm a big fan of British comedy, but I hadn't seen either The IT Crowd o Black Books until very recently. The IMDB ratings for both shows were about 9.5/10, and really really looked forward to viewing them.
So I watched the first season of each show on line. Frankly, they were both huge disappointments, but more than that, they were virtually the same show!
Both shows have a male curmudgeon with anti-social tendencies, and a slightly more friendly co-worker. Both have a female not actively romantically connected to either male but who is a mature mother-figure with the ability to order the 2 males around.
Both shows, after the first two episodes, seem to completely run out of ideas that were the original premise for the series and have the characters get into "zany antics" that have nothing with the original idea of the series. I swear, you could take most Black Books scripts, put them through a word processor, substitute Roy for Bernard, Maurice for Manny, and Jen for Fran and you'd have an IT Crowd script. When characters are that interchangeable, they're not well-defined characters.
It's no surprise to me that the same writer, Graham Linehan, is responsible for both series.
Has the UK really become that desperate for comedy? Is there really nothing better?
Jul 18th, 2012 at 21:32 GMT
This is excellent! I would love a sequel. I think I'm going to have to watch the series again, I just miss it so much Space is invisible mind dust, and stars are but wishes.
Jul 19th, 2012 at 05:02 GMT
@rockgolf, I kind of see your point. While I do like Black Books and LOVE The IT Crowd, they are both from the same formula. Some people just enjoy that formula more than others, I suppose. I really think you should give The IT Crowd another chance. It really picks up in Season 2, mostly because of the addition of Matt Berry to the cast. The gang also spends a little more time outside of the office so the situations are fresher. Season 4 of the series is probably my favorite. Give it another shot! :)
Jul 19th, 2012 at 21:49 GMT
it crowd one of the best british shows on tv
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