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Friday 26 April 2013

The IT Crowd - The new emergency number for 999, funny clip you remember for years.

Have you seen the IT Crowd? If not why not. You can get them on Box Set now to enjoy them again.
All four series (that's 24 episodes) for £18.58 on Amazon.

Thanks to YouTube I was able to find one of my favorite clips from the comedy series.
This is from the IT Crowd - Series 1 - Episode 2, its the replacement for 999, now you can simply use 0118 999 881 999 119 7253 This clip was way back in 2006 but you remember that jingle that goes with the advert for ever.

The IT Crowd, New emergency number to remember :

So no more having to remember that complicated 999 number when you can dial the new
0118 999 881 999 119 7253 number.
Also you get nicer ambulances, faster response times, better looking drivers too.

They are YOUR emergency service

Graham Linehan says there will be a "one off" special of the IT Crowd in Summer this year so keep an eye out for that.

This acclaimed comedy by Writer/Director Graham Linehan and Ash Atalla, the Producer of The Office. The short story is that in the dark and shabby basement, the company's IT Support Team - bitter slacker Roy (Chris O'Dowd), socially inept Moss (Richard Ayoade), and their new boss, computer illiterate Jen (Katherine Parkinson) - rule their own domain of professional irresponsibility, mega-nerd ecstasy, and random acts of personal insanity.


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