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Weekend read: How ‘The Inbetweeners’ was created

I really liked The Inbetweeners, so I was very interested to read this blog post by Iain Morris describing the creative process behind the show. It gives a fascinating insight, and is well worth reading this weekend.

This 2,012th post was filed under: Weekend Reads, , .

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