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The IT Crowd

Seasons: 5
Episodes: 25
User ratings: 116,286
Average rating: 8.5


The comedic adventures of a rag-tag group of technical support workers at a large corporation.

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Episodes details table

Yesterday's Jam
Jen starts at Reynholm industries as the IT Manager. But it turns out she dosen't know anything about computers.
User ratings: 1,726
Average rating: 7.7
Calamity Jen
Denholm invites a stress expert when he starts a war against stress. Jen has a shoe problem which has a serious effect.
User ratings: 1,617
Average rating: 8.3
When Roy gets dumped after a date, he starts believing that girls go for "bad boys" and creates a fake profile on a dating site and, surprisingly, gets a response. Meanwhile, Jen starts flirting with a security guard.
User ratings: 1,453
Average rating: 7.9
The Red Door
Moss put a picture of his head on his cup, but it gets lost. Jen becomes curious about the red door behind Roys desk. When Roy and Moss are gone, she goes in the room and finds Richmond.
User ratings: 1,472
Average rating: 8.0
The Haunting of Bill Crouse
Jen goes on a bad date with a coworker. She doesn't want to talk to him so she tells Moss to lie to him. Moss tells him that Jen is dead.
User ratings: 1,553
Average rating: 8.5
Aunt Irma Visits
Jen has her period and she starts to see the same symptoms in the boys. They say that it's impossible but they reconsider after they start having the same symptoms as Jen. They're even given their own website after talking about it online.
User ratings: 1,441
Average rating: 8.2
The Work Outing
Roy, Moss and Jen get invited to the theatre and it doesn't turn out so well.
User ratings: 3,194
Average rating: 9.4
Return of the Golden Child
Denholm dies and they have to go to the funeral and Roy is worried about dying.
User ratings: 1,375
Average rating: 8.2
Moss and the German
Jen complains that Roy and Moss spend too much time together, so Moss takes a German cooking class.
User ratings: 1,401
Average rating: 8.3
The Dinner Party
Jen has met someone normal, and plans for a nice dinner party. Things go awry when Jen invites her workmates after her original male guests cancel.
User ratings: 1,456
Average rating: 8.7
Smoke and Mirrors
Moss invents something to help Jen with an issue she has, and this invention is an opportunity for enterprise.
User ratings: 1,198
Average rating: 7.9
Men Without Women
Jen is offered a promotion but can she trust Douglas. The boys see this as an opportunity to goof off.
User ratings: 1,153
Average rating: 7.7
From Hell
Moss is menaced by bullies, Roy is forced to lend Douglas £20, and Jen's home is worked on by someone she suspects might be a Builder From Hell.
User ratings: 1,226
Average rating: 7.8
Are We Not Men?
Roy and Moss's attempt to bluff their way using geezer-talk goes catastrophically out of control. Meanwhile, Jen dates a man who looks like a magician.
User ratings: 1,331
Average rating: 8.4
Tramps Like Us
Roy ends up topless after Moss spills coffee on his shirt and is ejected from the building as an outsider, having to wear clothes rescued from a skip and beg for fifty pence to phone the department to vouch for him. Moss is concussed and is caught by a party of visiting clerics on his knees trying to remove Douglas's electric pants which give him a shock when aroused. Jen successfully finds a job with another firm but seeing her colleagues look so pathetic turns it down to look after them.
User ratings: 1,189
Average rating: 8.2
The Speech
Moss and Roy are annoyed when Jen dines out on the fact that she has been declared Employee of the Month. She is due to give a speech, which they plan to derail by giving her a visual aid - the Internet, a small black box with a flashing light on top. However the talk is a great success as the audience hangs on her every word about the Internet. It is interrupted by a fierce fight between Douglas and his girlfriend April, a journalist who had come to interview him, when he realizes that she had said "I used to be a man" and not "from Iran". Chaos ensues as he throws April through the window though afterwards she writes her article about him, heading it "Arsehole".
User ratings: 1,623
Average rating: 9.0
Jen signs up with social network site Friendface, through which she is invited to a school reunion. Fearing that she will be the only singleton present she asks Roy to pose as her husband but, also through Friendface, he has met Alison, an old flame, who still carries a torch for him, so Moss prepares to fill in instead. Roy panics when Alison tells him she still loves him and, as a way out, lies that he has a girlfriend - Jen. This leads to both Moss and Roy fighting over who should be Jen's escort but finally leaving her to go to the reunion alone.
User ratings: 1,277
Average rating: 8.5
Calendar Geeks
Whilst mending computers for the attractive seventh floor girls Roy learns that one of them, Kimberly, has a brother suffering from boss-eyed-ness and is over-joyed when the girls ask him to photograph them nude for a charity calendar to raise funds for the condition. When Jen finds out she convinces the girls that this is sexist and suggests their grandmas pose instead but when Douglas tells her he is holding her responsible for the calendar's success has to change plan so instead Roy ends up photographing half-naked geeks. The calendar is a disaster though Kimberly is grateful to Roy for trying to help. Unfortunately every time he tries to get it on with her he is haunted by images of grandmas and semi-nude geeks which puts him off his stroke.
User ratings: 1,156
Average rating: 7.8
Jen the Fredo
Jen has to entertain a group of visiting executives looking for a raunchy good time. Her solution is a role playing game with the IT Crowd.
User ratings: 1,217
Average rating: 8.1
The Final Countdown
Moss enters TV's 'Countdown' words and numbers show, beating all previous records, as a result of which he is invited to join the 8+ Club for exceptional past contestants where the previous champion Negative One challenges him to a game of Street Countdown, which Moss wins. Roy meanwhile is mistaken for a window cleaner by an old friend Alistair, because he 'works in Windows' and Jen infiltrates Douglas's secret executive meetings, only to find that they are fitness classes.
User ratings: 1,320
Average rating: 8.4
Something Happened
Douglas falls under the spell of a crazy mystic. Jen falls under the spell of a geeky keyboard player. Roy falls under the spell of a presumptive masseur. Moss finds it all most entertaining and worthy of popcorn.
User ratings: 1,076
Average rating: 7.5
Italian for Beginners
Moss is obsessed with an I-phone in an arcade game. Roy is obsessed with a water park fire. Jen is obsessed with speaking Italian.
User ratings: 1,124
Average rating: 8.3
Bad Boys
Moss and Roy blow off work and miss a party at work they really, really needed to attend, especially since instead they wander into a restricted zone where police suspect an abandoned package is a bomb.
User ratings: 1,127
Average rating: 8.4
Reynholm vs Reynholm
Douglas' dead wife returns and sues him. Jen acts as his defence council, and Roy and Moss as his character witnesses.
User ratings: 1,103
Average rating: 7.6
The Internet Is Coming
Having learned from Douglas that the secret of his success is wearing women's slacks Moss buys a pair, which makes him brave and creative. Roy is annoyed that the tiny barista, Troy, is doing a bad job of making his coffee and they argue, after which Troy runs in front of a van. At the same time, Jen accidentally throws coffee over a tramp. Both incidents are captured on camera and then posted on the Internet, turning Jen and Roy into global hate figures. Roy also accompanies girlfriend Alice to her grandfather's funeral but overuses a pepper spray solution to simulate tears of grief. Douglas attempts to limit the damage done by Roy and Jen by going on "The Secret Millionaire" but blows his cover and gets in trouble with the law partying with minors. Moss devises a plan to market the pepper spray and turn his colleagues into heroes. However, it backfires and the IT crowd thinks they're going to have to clear their desks. When Douglas tells them he has to hide out from the law they take the opportunity to save their boss and their jobs.
User ratings: 1,437
Average rating: 8.6
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