The Inbetweeners Series 3 Blu Ray £11.93 delivered @ Amazon
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The Inbetweeners Series 3 Blu Ray £11.93 delivered @ Amazon

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Found 10th Oct 2010
Very funny TV Show - this is the pre-order, the release date is 25th October. Excellent price for the BLU RAY, most retailers are selling the DVD for this price.

The multi award-winning show returns in its third, hotly anticipated series.

The Inbetweeners follows four friends, Will, Simon, Neil and Jay, as they try hopelessly to navigate their way through sixth form, with their hormones running riot. Neither the coolest kids in school, nor the ultimate nerds the four ‘inbetweeners’ try their best to improve their social standing, and more importantly impress girls, with hilarious results.

From Simon’s wardrobe malfunction whilst taking part in the school fashion show, to Will trying to escape being known as the kid who soiled himself in the exam, to Jay’s trying to avoid his dog’s attentions, to Neil’s 18th birthday party, nothing goes quite to plan. But that’s okay, because they have each other. No, wait, that makes it worse.

DVD Extras
• Behind The Scenes
• Out takes and Deleted Scenes
• Video Diaries: Diaries from cast members eg Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Buckley, Blake Harrison and Greg Davies
• Audio Commentaries with Cast and Writers

8 Comments

The Inbetweeners - Series 3 - Complete [DVD] [2010]

where u get blu ray from?

AS above.

Yeah it's DVD only at this price!

Er, this hasn't even been filmed in HD.
Just DVD release.

more to the point. why would u need this in blu ray oO
Edited by moderator: "." 10th Oct 2010

There's no Blu-Ray release for any of the inbetweeners series. Title needs editing to DVD.

peterjmay

more to the point. why would u need this in blu ray oO



didn't see the catwalk scene then?

peterjmay

more to the point. why would u need this in blu ray oO



I agree with your perception,even though its a very funny series its not really what blu ray
was intended for,surely it was meant more for visual and sound experiences such as action
films and documentaries.
I think with programmes where there is a lot of talking i would just make do with a standard dvd format.
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