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October 27, 2021
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Deep in the sub basement of the ambiguous company of Reynholm Industries, are not one, but two socially awkward IT guys. Moss, an electronics wizard and overly naive man and Roy, a lazy disgruntled co-worker have to provide support for Reynholm Industries with their inept boss, Jen, who doesn't know the difference between hardware and software. The show revolves around Moss and Roy's antics both at work and out socially, which always ends badly.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: February 3, 2006

Also Known As: IT-osakond, Kiber klapa |  See more »


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Company Credits

Production Co: Talkback Thames, Channel 4 Television Corporation


Adam G. Goodwin
as Barman
John Snowden
as Theatre Photographer
Katherine Parkinson
as Jen Barber
Liam Hourican
as Security Guard
Paul Bazely
as Michael
Orla Hannon
as Mother
Charlie Baker
as Phil
Susannah Wise
as Samantha
Chris O'Dowd
as Roy Trenneman
Silas Carson
as Derek
Tim Elsenburg
as Self - Sweet Billy Pilgrim
Ed Weeks
as John 1
Graham Linehan
as Beth Gaga Shaggy/Blind Irish Sorcerer/Director/Mexican Singer/Panicked Man
Lucy Liemann
as Julie
David Garfield
as Small Paul
Ralph Ineson
as Paul the Masseuse
Lucy Montgomery
as April
Adam De Ville
as Greg
Philip Rham
as Johann
Thaila Zucchi
as Sophia
Gareth Morinan
as Troy the Barista
Jamie Michie
as Philip
Ashley McGuire
as Homeless Lady
Laura Pyper
as Laura
Lucy Robinson
as June
Gemma Cousins
as BBC Woman
Mat Stace
as Club 8+ Member
Chris Hayward
as Ben Genderson
Theo Gregory
as Anonymous
Chris Morris
James Bachman
as Jeff
Nathan Robinson
as School Friend
Wendy Wason
as Woman in Lift
Matt King
as Raymond Peterfellow
Jon Snow
as Jon Snow
Stephen Lea Sheppard
as Calendar Geek
Charlotte Weston
as Jessica/Stephanie
Joanna Bobin
as Journalist
David Crow
as Negative One
Gavin Keenan
as Singer
Simon Snashall
as John 2
Alex Macqueen
as Vicar
Derek Ezenagu
as Luke
Adam Leese
as Barry
Alhaji Fofana
as Mayhem
Karin Perathoner
as Club Receptionist
Sean Sollé
as Calendar Geek
Rachel Parris
as Alice
Christopher Morris
as Denholm Reynholm
Kirsty Wark
as Kirsty Wark
Toby Longworth
as Dr. Julian Holmes
Belinda Stewart-Wilson
as Barbara/Victoria
Alistair Hamer
as Self - Sweet Billy Pilgrim
Chris Tarrant
as Chris Tarrant
Ty Glaser
as Nadine
Hermione Gulliford
as Linda
Togo Igawa
as Japanese Boss/Mr. Yamamoto
Cristian Solimeno
as Juan the Barista
Darren Strange
as Lawyer
Frances Barber
as Doctor Mendall
Brett Allen
as Donald
Alice Lowe
as Patricia
Anthony Harwood
as Cavorting Geek
Lorna Watson
as Milly
Adam Farr
as Peter
Jim Alexander
as Rupert
Suzanne Toase
as Alison
Marc Small
as Policeman
Nancy Lodder
as Office Girl/Weeping Woman
Danny Wallace
as Cultural Advisor
Martino Lazzeri
as Bernatelli
David Schaal
as Dec
Rik Heywood
as Calendar Geek
Cavan Clerkin
as Dan
Drew P.
as Stress Class Ponytail Guy
Gerald Lepkowski
as Jorg
Peter Serafinowicz
as Lift/Newsreader/Voice Over
Hywel John
as Dave
Tom Meeten
as Tramp
Simona Roman
as Paramedic
Jim Lynn
as Calendar Geek
James Doherty
as Anonymous' Dad
Alexandra Weaver
as Kimberly
Adrian Schiller
as Judge
Nigel Martin Davey
as Doodles - the Cleaner
Pete Deagle
as Office Worker
Susy Kane
as Female Bones
Mark Chatterton
as Jeremy
Richard Cambridge
as Bad Guy
Nicholas Burns
as Jerome
Giacomo Mancini
as Moses
Jacob Edwards
as Niall
Brian Limond
as Barry the Window Cleaner
Claudia Harrison
as Delina
Marcus Garvey
as Bomb Disposal
Noel Fielding
as Richmond
Amelia Bullmore
as Helen Buley
Anthony Bishop
as Self - Sweet Billy Pilgrim
Ash Atalla
as Rampant Gay Man
Hazel Douglas
as Joan
Richard Ayoade
as Maurice Moss
Richard Pettyfer
as Fireman
Richard Attlee
as Stephen Premel
Catherine Shepherd
as Jessica
Andrew Brooke
as Policeman
Adam Stevens
as Hoist Window Cleaner
Katie Males
as Shoe Shop Assistant
Rachel Riley
as Rachel Riley
Orlando Seale
as Peter File
Janet Whiteside
as Olive
Pamela Lyne
as Old Lady
Nicholas Sidi
as Lawyer
Jonathan Ryland
as Gary
Guy Henry
as Lawyer
Gresby Nash
as Alistair
Alexandra Roach
as Stenographer
Margaret Cabourn-Smith
as Anonymous' Mum/Social Worker
Jon Foster
as Barry
John Willie Hopkins
as Postman/Postman Harry
Jeff Stelling
as Jeff Stelling
Takatsuna Mukai
as Translator
Cordelia Bugeja
as Abi
Hannah Bourne
as Rebecca
Tim Browse
as Calendar Geek
Gemma Chan
as Female Sulu/Ivana
Nathalie Cox
as Julia
Sarah Hadland
as Margaret
Ben Moor
as Newton/Paul
Laura Patch
as Tour Guide
Matt Berry
as Douglas Reynholm
Dolly Wells
as Miranda/Paula
Sophie Colquhoun
as Nikki
Kevin Cecil
as Norman
Simon Kunz
as Judge
Tom Tremayne
as Office Junior
James Tovell
as Terry
Cheryl Fergison
as Judy
Benedict Wong
as Prime
Sarah Paul
as Nurse
Guy Porritt
as Policeman
Jack Whitam
as Awful Man
Ritchie Singer
as Con
Daniel Lawrence Taylor
as Ben
Kim Wall
as Manager
Chris Wilson
as Police Officer
David Golt
as Third Undertaker
Rachel Bavidge
as Stressed Woman
Tom Binns
as Nolan
Sanjeev Kohli
as Booth
Kevin Eldon
as French Tech Support
Peter Sullivan
as John
Carsten Hayes
as Waiter
Simone McAullay
as Shop Assistant
Lewis Macleod
as Charity Voice/Friendface/Narrator
Gyles Brandreth
as Gyles Brandreth
Bennet Thorpe
as Clown/Office Worker
Oliver Chris
as Daniel Carey
Adam Buxton
as Bill Crouse
Lydia Fox
as Laura
Nathan Harmer
as Sombre Guy

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2006 | 6 Episodes

Season 2
Season 3
Season 4




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Banff Television Festival 2006


Banff Television Festival

Best Comedy Program

British Comedy Awards 2006


British Comedy Awards

Best TV Comedy Actress


British Comedy Awards

Best Female Comedy Newcomer

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