The IT Crowd

February 2018
23:14

Men Without Women

3.0 0 x
Douglas hires Jen as his new PA, giving Moss and Roy free rein in the office. How will they cope without her, and how will she cope with Douglas's unwelcome advances?
23:14

Smoke and Mirrors

3.0 3 x
When a bad bra makes Jen lose concentration in a board meeting, Moss overcomes his fear of ladies' underwear and invents a bra that will never fail
23:14

The Dinner Party

3.0 0 x
Jen's hopes for a sophisticated dinner party are dashed when she has to invite Roy, Moss and Richmond, and, for some reason, Roy finds something hilarious about her new boyfriend's name: Peter File
23:14

Moss and the German

3.0 0 x
Jen tries to escape the romantic attentions of Douglas, Roy tries to watch a film, and Moss's attempt to meet new people backfires dramatically when he answers an online ad for a cookery course
January 2018
23:14

Return of the Golden Child

3.0 0 x
Denholm's death means trouble for Jen, Roy and Moss, until support appears in the form of a mysterious, albeit libidinous, stranger
23:14

The Work Outing

3.0 0 x
Jen's heart soars when 'Philip from Six' visits the basement to borrow Heat, and invites her to the theatre. But her hopes of finding true love are dashed when Roy and Moss invite themselves along.
25:12

Aunt Irma Visits

3.0 4 x
Jen is subject to powerful mood swings around a certain time every month, and Moss and Roy develop similar symptoms. Can a big bar of chocolate, Dirty Dancing on DVD and a girly night out help?
25:12

The Haunting of Bill Crouse

3.0 5 x
Moss goes to extraordinary lengths to help Jen escape the unwanted attention of potential suitor Bill Crouse. These lengths include Jen's untimely death...
25:12

The Red Door

3.0 1 x
What lies behind the mysterious red door in the IT department? What has happened to Moss's new mug? And why is Roy in danger of becoming known as a 'desk rabbit'?
25:12

50:50

3.0 2 x
Jen has a new admirer, but her inability to tell the truth results in humiliation. Roy decides to improve his love life by adopting a sterner attitude, and Moss recommends a romantic restaurant.
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