The Inbetweeners. Image shows from L to R: Simon Cooper (Joe Thomas), Will Mackenzie (Simon Bird), Neil Sutherland (Blake Harrison), Jay Cartwright (James Buckley). Copyright: Bwark Productions.

The Inbetweeners

E4 sitcom about four school kids. 18 episodes (3 series), 2008 - 2010. Stars Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Buckley, Blake Harrison and others.

Series 2, Episode 4 - Night Out In London

In a desperate attempt at reinvention, Will decides that the lads should become cool and go clubbing.

Further details

In a desperate attempt at reinvention, Will decides that the lads should be cool, and become "the boys who go to clubs". Simon's not so sure, but when Carli thinks it's cool he immediately changes his mind. Simon drives them up to the bright lights of the West End, where they encounter all the characters of a great night out: aggressive bouncers, tramps and angry bus passengers.

Broadcast details

Date
Thursday 23rd April 2009
Time
10pm
Channel
E4
Length
30 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Simon Bird Will Mackenzie
    Joe Thomas Simon Cooper
    James Buckley Jay Cartwright
    Blake Harrison Neil Sutherland
    Emily Head Carli D'Amato
    Guest cast
    Lily Lovett Rachel (Carli's Friend)
    Kacey Barnfield Kalie Sutherland (Neil's Sister)
    Jody Halse Bouncer
    Robert McCafferty Tramp
    Daniel Lawrence Taylor Adam (Carli's Friend)
    Jonny Sweet (as Johnny Sweet) Dean (Man chatting up Rachel)
    Seok-Ha Hwang (as Seok-Ha Wang) Angry Man
    Writing team
    Damon Beesley Writer
    Iain Morris Writer
    Robert Popper Script Editor
    Production team
    Ben Palmer Director
    Christopher Young Producer
    Damon Beesley Executive Producer
    Iain Morris Executive Producer
    William Webb Editor
    Charlie Fawcett Editor
    Richard Drew Production Designer

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