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  1. [...] second only to Hockey Night In Canada. This could very well be Canada’s The Office or The IT Crowd, so be sure to jump on the bandwagon early before America turns it to shit. Tags: Canada, Clerks, [...]

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    September 23rd, 2007 at 10:03 pm
  2. I’m sorry but I don’t find these clips funny; for a children’s show they would be perfectly fine, but I’m not a child. It sounds like that show has a laugh track, if a TV show has a laugh track then it’s more then likely not funny. I tried to watch the original British version of The Office, but I couldn’t understand what there saying most of the time. Some of it is because of cultural differences and some of it is because you have a lot of nonsensical baby talk in your language. For example, “Americans, Just Not Smart Enough For British Telly”. It’s television or the abbreviation TV, not telly. And there is North America and South America, so when you say Americans you are talking about a lot of people that are not U.S. citizens. Frankly, I would rather watch a test pattern then the IT Crowd, if those clips show how funny it is. In your rant you called me and many other people you don’t know complete imbeciles, you should really fine some manners to go along with your superior intellect.

    September 27th, 2007 at 9:26 pm
  3. Well, seeing as how I was making a point by calling it telly, which is British Slang for TV I was being clever while you were just being ignorant. Also, a big point here, a very big point I felt, is that I AM ALSO AMERICAN. Dumb ass. So yes, I am calling all of my fellow Americans who do not get this kind of humor (hmm, striking home with you?) complete imbeciles. Actually, I don’t’ remember calling you that but since you asked for it, there you go.

    Oh, and one other thing, I would actually rather watch a test pattern than most of the American TV shows as well.

    September 28th, 2007 at 8:48 am
  4. I agree that the British “Office” is more subtle/resonant/brilliant than the American version, and I’m not yet familiar with “IT crowd.” However, the humor in the two clips above (slapstick/stock charactery) doesn’t seem any cleverer than most American sitcoms. Again, I can’t judge the series as a whole (or even as an episode) so don’t take offense, but the only part that made me laugh was when the extinguisher caught fire. I don’t know if it’s fair to put all British shows up on a pedestal, they too have their share of stupid, broad humor; it’s just not as often talked about here in the colonies. By the way, if you haven’t already, be sure to check out “peep show.” It’s another brilliant programme that looks like it’s going to be destroyed with a version made for SpikeTV. Sigh.

    October 8th, 2007 at 2:38 am
  5. Germans, Just Not Smart Enough For British Telly As Well:

    Yes, the text is german, but it tells nothing more than: The will be a German remake of the British show. But simply take a look at the cast, ugly as hell.

    Auf wiedersehen ;)

    October 13th, 2007 at 2:08 pm
  6. Yeah, I know that its slang, and that’s my point. I don’t want to learn a dictionary’s amount of slang to enjoy the British version of “The Office”. I agree with you, I’m ignorant of British slang and the cultural references that are made in the British Office. That’s why I don’t watch it. I see you still don’t have any manners; you called me a dumb ass. I don’t know why I should know that you’re from the U.S., or how that makes me dumb. I assumed that you were not from the states because I didn’t think someone would call themselves stupid, my bad. You didn’t call us complete imbeciles exactly, and I apologies for saying that you did. But to say were all stupid because we don’t like a TV show from an other country is wrong as well.

    I love British humor; I think 80% of the Monty Python stuff is hilarious. But theses clips for the “IT crowd” are so bad, there like ‘Disney channel’ quality humor. Those skits wouldn’t make it on SNL, and I don’t think SNL is that funny any more. The test pattern joke was mine, if I’m so dumb why are you using it? And it was a joke; I would rather watch the IT crowd then a test pattern. But, I would rather watch nothing at all then the IT crowd.

    I didn’t mean for my message to come off like an attack on you, like yours did, on all the people that live in the United States, including yourself apparently. I’m just saying that intelligence has nothing to do with sense of humor. I only came back to this page to see if I made you mad, which was not what I intended; and to say sorry if I did. I was trying to defend a large diverse group of people which have different views on what’s funny and what’s not. I’m not coming back here, so feel free to insult me some more, if makes you feel better.

    October 14th, 2007 at 11:29 pm
  7. Well, Lee, I guess I do admit these are not the funniest clips I could have found. Part of the fact to this is that this show builds humor the entire time, so it’s hard to just show little clips of something that is funny because there is already a preface set up. If you haven’t actually watched the show, the entire episode, the humor does seem a little…flat? I don’t know. I guess I did not make a great go for this show, but it really is funny. If I had posted an entire episode of this show (that would be if I could even a full one and then if it wasn’t ripped immediately from the realms of the internet for copyright infringement) basically I am saying that it’s hard to post just one or two instances of humor from a show and expect you to be like “oh, this is great”. It’s just something you have to give a chance and watch a whole episode. Or not, it’s your prerogative.

    Oh, and I did know you were joking about the test pattern, I was also joking, though mine was a little less…nice to American television? See, I used the test pattern thing because you said it first. It’s my return to your humor.

    Hmm, and your message did not intend to be an attack to me directly, seeing as how you said to me ” you should really fine some manners to go along with your superior intellect.”? That was great. That part there where you weren’t attacking me directly. It does make me a little sad you won’t come back to read this nice oration of what I wrote for you. You’ll come back. You always do.

    Basically I don’t really care if you like this show or not. I didn’t write it, I didn’t act in it, I didn’t do anything but watch it and enjoy it and wonder why more people didn’t like it and why we had to remake something this good (which i did do a bad job of making look good as so obviously pointed out over and over and over again). Because most people understand that while imitation is the highest form of flattery, most remakes are just never as good.

    October 15th, 2007 at 7:33 am
  8. [...] recently I wrote an article on how I felt that the British show IT Crowd is very good and does not need an American remake.  If you click right there on that little blue [...]

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    October 15th, 2007 at 8:01 am
  9. Alouette
    October 15th, 2007 at 8:08 am
  10. I’m a Brit living in the States, and I have to admit there are a lot of lame Brit comedies that don’t make it over here. And sometimes I’m embarrassed to see the “Last of the Summer Wine” type shows that are aired on American TV. But I also think that the British version of The Office is one of the funniest series I’ve ever seen, and the American version seemed a little too smooth in comparison. It was the rough edges that made it so funny, I thought.

    Mind you, when Brit TV tried to remake American hits (as they tried to with Friends and Ther Golden Girls) it also doesn’t really work. Perhaps there are two different styles and we’d both be better watching each other’s originals.

    Fletcher Crossman
    January 12th, 2008 at 9:40 am

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