IT Crowd Season 2, Episode 3: Great anti-piracy PSA sendup


26 Responses to “IT Crowd Season 2, Episode 3: Great anti-piracy PSA sendup”

  1. mayagrafix says:

    Absolutely love this show. Havent had this much fun since AbFab. As a neophyte 3rd world denizen, a sitcom as brilliant as IT crowd certainly lights up my fire. Please keep the BitTorrent streams comming. If you think China is far away, then you should try LA. The cello performance was absolutely brilliant :)

  2. Tian says:

    It was hilarious.


    If you are in China, try these two places to access outside of the Great Firewall of China:

  3. Scaramouche says:

    For those who prefer streaming video, you can view most of the episodes here:

  4. Hockeyrink says:

    Is it my imagination, or at 17:21 in the show, there’s a copy of MAKE Magazine on the corner of the desk behind Roy?


  5. hmatkin says:

    Here are more direct links to the law revue piracy parodies, which Barry referred to above.

  6. Webbie says:

    “Do you know, there is a twist at the end… ;)”

    Moss is a ghost ! He’s his own brother !

    It was all a dream…?

  7. MrIntolerant says:

    Mashable had a link to a mashed up version of the anti-piracy video parodied here mixed with content from a Strawberry Shortcake video it was seen on.
    Scary Strawberry Shortcake Warning

    Thanks for the IT Crowd updates, it was a long year and a half waiting for it to return.

  8. Luc says:

    Does anyone know what the vinyl bird figure on Roy’s desk is? I vaguely remember seeing it on Boing Boing. I think it’s from a cartoon but I’m not sure…

  9. Anonymous says:

    They have lots of geek in-jokes in the office. For example, when you see Maurice sitting at his desk, behind him you can see the Flying Spaghetti Monster parody of the Jesus fish.

  10. Anonymous says:

    They also have a Commodore PET in the office.

  11. Anonymous says:

    And they have an O’Reilly poster on the wall.

  12. Anonymous says:

    “To be clear — Danny O’Brien (EFF staffer, occasional Guardian contributor, and native to Britain’s shores) arranged for the stickers. I just talked with Graham about geek culture some.”

  13. FPF422 says:

    Enjoy this episode, it’s really great.

    Do you know, there is a twist at the end… ;)

  14. slawkenbergius says:

    Though, the British do have a fairly difference sense of humor than I do. I found it clever, that’s all

    Yep, likely to be funnier if you’re a Brit. It quite closely parodies a real advert, and the policeman’s helmet detail is (perhaps) a twisted reference to the Jeeves & Wooster stories by P.G. Wodehouse.

  15. Brian says:

    Love this show! Thanks for the torrent link.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Any links to a Youtube-esque video of it? I could care less for a 200mb video that I watch once. Plus, don’t want to hog the home’s bandwidth.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Fantastic as always. Good to see that Roy now has a “Father Dick Byrne”-style arch nemesis.

  18. Naikrovek says:

    “milk-nose-snortingly funny”? It was clever, yes.

    Though, the British do have a fairly difference sense of humor than I do. I found it clever, that’s all.

  19. kaosdevice says:

    As a person that finds those anti-piracy ads on DVDs unbelievably annoying I was in tears laughing at the parody, espescially the stealing it back bit at the end. I also liked the german cannibal’s rendition of the IT Crowd theme song on cello at the end during the credits. I love this show.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Anti Piracy spot from Paraguay (the copys was selled like real).

    Nobody is whatching it, maybe becouse its all in guarani, native lenguage.

    its funny

  21. bop says:

    Nice to see my homesewing logo posted on the wall at 1.37.

  22. Anonymous says:

    “milk-nose-snortingly funny”???
    I suppose… if you like laugh tracks. I found it painful to watch.

  23. barry says:

    some good piracy spoofs from University of Sydney Law Revue at Freedom to Differ too.

  24. Matt says:

    Is the devil poster in their office by Coop? I also dig the Drinky Crow model.

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