The IT Crowd T-shirts: Series 4 Episode 1

by Andy on July 1, 2010

The IT Crowd t-shirts Series 4 Episode 1

Took me a little bit longer to get around to watching the show than I expected, what with the Brussels trip and all, but it was a good episode to open this fourth series of The IT Crowd, not amazing but a enough laugh out loud moments to keep me happy and looking forward to the next episode.

The first tee from the episode can be seen at the top of this post, it says “NO.” and it’s from Think Geek. It’s not exactly the best tee in the world, but I presume that there’s quite a lot of people in IT departments across the world that wear tees from ThinkGeek, so there’s a nice nod towards realism there. If you’d like to express the word “NO.” emphatically on a t-shirt, the tee is $15.99 and you can buy it here.

It was pretty easy to work out where the second tee was from, since I’d been tweeted about it days before. The shirt is based on The Ring, the Japanese version presumably, not the not-quite-as-scary American version. It can be purchased from Dark Bunny Tees for £19, but be quick because they’ll only sell 100 of them and then it’s gone, and judging by the amount of people that visit HYA looking for IT Crowd shirts, it might be gone fairly soon.

The last tee of the night was a riff on the familiar “Home Taping Is Killing Music” graphic that has been around since the music industry became afraid of people. There are a lot fo designs around based on this image, but I’m fairly sure that this t-shirt from 8ball is the same one as in the show, and you can pick it up for £17.50 (and not just in olive).

I wonder who will turn up next week!

  • skatimmy737

    Is this a British show?

  • Andy

    Yep, it’s shown on Channel 4, I think it might have been shown on one of the smaller networks in the US though.

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  • Al

    Seasons 1-4 are on Netflix Streaming.

  • Fred Sanford

    Unless you have worked in tech support you will have no idea how wonderfully delicious the simple “No.” t-shirt is. Some people need to be whacked on the nose with a newspaper! I work in tech/app support for a scientific instrument company. You’d think that our PhD clients would be a cut above the typical IT user. Wrong. 2x. When you strive to create a more idiot-proof device, nature responds by creating a better idiot.

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