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  • It got off to a great start in my opinion with the first couple of episodes, especially as it had a lot to live up to after the first two series
  • I think they also had a lot to live up to because I think, like many others, caught onto The Inbetweeners more the second time around when the series was being replayed on E4 and channel 4 last year
  • Mark Donovan the school bully, has barely featured and yet a lot of the the first two series were about Will trying to avoid being beaten up by him
  • It still made for good viewing, there were some great laugh out loud moments and I would still recommend it to others, but the end was not so strong and I just hope that whatever they do in the future really helps the show to go out with a real bang as it deserves that

    • by JustHonest
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      The third series of The Inbetweeners. It got off to a great start in my opinion with the first couple of episodes, especially as it had a lot to live up to after the first two series. I think they also had a lot to live up to because I think, like many others, caught onto The Inbetweeners more the second time around when the series was being replayed on E4 and channel 4 last year. There was then a big gap as we waited for

      the third series, over a year, which really really made the cult support for this show grow and grow and expectations rose.

      Whilst the show is about the four lads, I have found it a little disappointing some of the other minor characters from the last two series have barely been used.

      Mark Donovan the school bully, has barely featured and yet a lot of the the first two series were about Will trying to avoid being beaten up by him.

      Carli, Simons long term love interest barely featured ...


      • other than for the first episode, before making a slight appearance at the end of the series.

        The Head Teacher, Mr Gilbert, who had some great lines in the first two series was again barely present.

        Infact, much of the series took place off school grounds as well which made the need for these other characters to be around, less and less.

        I presume that one reason they may have not been involved would have been other filming commitments and therefore were unable to be on set and were

        therefore not really including in the script. I just felt that by this happening, there were fewer directions that the series could shoot off in as it did in the two previous series.

        It still made for good viewing, there were some great laugh out loud moments and I would still recommend it to others, but the end was not so strong and I just hope that whatever they do in the future really helps the show to go out with a real bang as it deserves that.




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