The Fab Four from Channel 4’s “The Inbetweeners” recently appeared on Alan Carr: Chatty Man, and they had quite an entertaining time on the show. Simon Bird, James Buckley, Blake Harrison, and Joe Thomas, known for their roles as Will, Jay, Neil, and Simon in the hit comedy series and movies, sat down with Alan Carr for a hilarious interview.

As they made their entrance, the audience erupted in applause, clearly excited to see their favorite cast members on the chat show. The banter began immediately, with Alan Carr jokingly offering them drinks from a lilt bed, to which they amusingly declined, stating, “Not again! It’s disgusting!”

The conversation took a comical turn as Alan Carr referred to James Buckley as “Buckteeth Face Singapore,” leaving the audience in stitches. The lively atmosphere continued as various jokes were exchanged, even involving a chicken and a future reading using a burka (though it was advised not to eat it).

The Inbetweeners’ popularity was evident as Alan Carr mentioned their transition from the small screen to the big screen. The group reminisced about their first movie, where their characters embarked on a memorable trip to Magaluf. The cast admitted that they were not actually present during all the craziness that unfolded in the notorious party destination, but they did spend a week in Malia. They fondly recalled feeling like the oldest people there, even though they were only in their mid-twenties at the time.

When asked about their initial reluctance to make another movie, the cast explained that they had all pursued different projects during their hiatus from The Inbetweeners. However, they realized how much they missed each other and ultimately decided that they were more comfortable working together. They also shared some behind-the-scenes tidbits, discussing their synchronized bathroom breaks and the fun they had filming in the outback.

Although they couldn’t reveal much about the upcoming movie, The Inbetweeners 2, the cast expressed their excitement for fans to finally see it. James Buckley also revealed that his character, Jay, would be going on a gap year in Australia, setting the stage for another hilarious adventure. An exclusive clip was shown, giving the audience a taste of what was in store.

Alan Carr couldn’t resist prying about the possibility of future movies, but the cast assured him that The Inbetweeners 2 would indeed be the last installment. They reasoned that the writers had run out of ideas, and with the characters moving on from school, the story had reached its natural conclusion.

However, Alan Carr mentioned a trending hashtag on Twitter, #boatsandhoesholidays, where friends rent a boat and have a wild time. This sparked curiosity among the cast, but they didn’t seem convinced about the practicality of the idea, with James Buckley jokingly mentioning the expense of hiring both a boat and “hoes.”

As the segment came to an end, Alan Carr wished the cast luck with the film, which was set to be released nationwide on August 6th. The audience and viewers at home were left eagerly anticipating the newest and final adventure of The Inbetweeners.

In conclusion, the cast’s appearance on Alan Carr: Chatty Man was nothing short of entertaining. With their witty banter and infectious chemistry, it was clear to see why The Inbetweeners has become such a beloved comedy series. Fans can now look forward to the highly anticipated release of The Inbetweeners 2, where the boys take on a new adventure during a gap year in Australia.