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Revision as of 16:40, 23 March 2019

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The I.T. Crowd is a British situational comedy show written and directed by Graham Linehan, which ran from 2006-02-03 to 2013-09-27 for a total of 25 episodes, two of which were double-length. The show focuses on the IT department of a London-based company which is staffed by a lazy comic book geek, a nerd with no interpersonal skills, and a woman with no computer knowledge whatsoever as they attempt to avoid having to solve the problems of the company's inept users.

While I had seen meme's of this show online, I didn't know what they were referencing. Around 2016, I saw the show on Netflix and instantly fell in love with it.

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