The IT Crowd
About the Show
All four stars of the award-winning IT Crowd reunite for a one-off special episode written and directed by Graham Linehan
Series 4 Summary
In the fourth series, Jen is looking for new challenges and applies to be the Entertainment Officer, Moss beats all records on a popular spelling show and Roy spends a disproportionate amount of time trying to convince an old friend that he is not a window cleaner. Inevitably, there's naked aerobics, bunking off work, marriages and divorces.
Episode 1 - Jen the Fredo
Jen wants to stretch herself in the workplace so applies for the post of Entertainment Manager. But when she finds out that amusing her boss Douglas' business connections has its darker side, she has to turn to Moss and Roy for help.
Episode 2 - The Final Countdown
Moss becomes a celebrity by beating all records on a popular puzzle show...at the other end of human life Roy is mistaken for a window cleaner, while Jen is preoccupied with Douglas' secret meetings with lots of women in fluffy dressing gowns.
Episode 3 - Something Happened
Douglas becomes a Spaceologist, Roy's life is changed by a bad back, and Jen gets involved with a rock band.
Episode 4 - Italian for Beginners
Roy gets obsessed by his latest girlfriend's sad family history, while Jen tells an absolute whopper to get some attention.
Episode 5 - Bad Boys
Roy and Moss become juvenile delinquents for the day and have an uncomfortable experience at a shopping centre.
Episode 6 - Reynholm vs Reynholm
Douglas finds marriage agrees with him - for all of two weeks. When it all blows up his entire fortune is at stake - so it's up to Jen, Roy, Moss and one other mysterious Reynholm Industries employee to help him out...
The IT Crowd synopsis
All four stars of the award-winning IT Crowd reunite for a one-off special episode written and directed by Graham LinehanEpisode Guide >
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