Tuesday 1st May 2018
A look back on The Inbetweeners, 10 years on. The show started out on E4 with very modest audiences, but it soon grew into one of the biggest sitcom hits of the decade, and then spawned two of the most successful British comedy movies of all time too.
Inbetweeners star James Buckley reckons the world is not round -- but shaped "like a bowl of porridge". The actor, 31, suggested it is actually "lumpy and bumpy" like a bowl of oatmeal after he met with a leading 'Flat Earther'.The Sun, 7th June 2019
Did you catch the first episode of the new series of White Gold on Wednesday night? No? Me neither.Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 9th March 2019
The year is 1985. Eight months have passed since Vincent Swan (Ed Westwick) - Essex's premier and most amoral double glazing salesman - teamed up with gangster Ronnie (Lee Ross) and forced his boss Walshy (Nigel Lindsay) to sell Cachet Windows to them for a measly pound coin.Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 6th March 2019
James says that he blames himself for the "disappointing" special, The Inbetweeners: Fwends Reunited. He opened up about the show's "disastrous" reunion, claiming that he looked like a "f***ing idiot" - and admitting that he blames himself.Stephanie Soteriou, The Sun, 29th January 2019
The episode, which aired on New Year's Day, largely disappointed fans who branded it 'painfully bad' and 'self indulgent'.Rose Hill, The Mirror, 2nd January 2019
School reunion is full of nostalgia, and poo jokes.The Independent, 2nd January 2019