They’ve survived school, awkwardly losing their virginities and punching a fish to death – now, The Inbetweeners are returning in their second big screen outing titled, erm, The Inbetweeners 2, and this time around Will & co are headed to Australia (“The sex capital of the world”).
We haven’t seen it yet, but from the trailer we’re hoping the sequel will follow the unusual example set by the first film by actually being quite good.
To mark the release, we’ve compiled our favourite moments of accidental wisdom and profundity from the show's history. And probably a few bits about clunge.
"I'm a principled man, and one of those principles turns out to be I'll do literally anything a girl asks me to."
"I stopped believing in god when I realised it was just dog spelt backwards."
[On the Duke Of Edinburgh award] "You've gotta be f*cking joking, there's no way i'm gonna get bummed by some royal bloke on a mountain."
[After defecating during his A level exams] "In a term of low points, this was it, literally the bottom. Yet as I waddled to the toilet, I felt strangely optimistic. Things couldn’t get any worse. As painful as it may seem I was free."
"Oooh everyone look at me, I've got a girlfriend and I love going round her house and listening to her shit music and laughing at her shit jokes and pretending that she's fit when she isn't even that fit."
"I’m so sorry that I’m alive and a bender"
"You're going away with a Facebook stalker? Do you not watch the news? Where's he taking you? A ditch off the A40?"
"Vandalism is like smashing in people's windows and stuff. This is just a laugh"
– Neil (after Jay kicks the heads off some daffodils)
"Between you and me, the only reason anyone teaches is because they've taken a more relaxed view on police checks in recent years."
– Mr Gilbert
"Bit over dramatic, it's only a bollock."
The Inbetweeners 2 is out now
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