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Special guests: Nancy Lodder, Laura Pyper
Jen (Katherine Parkinson) gets a job at Reynholm Industries and the insane boss Denholm (Chris Morris) decides to place her in I.T. situated in the basement. The environment in the basement is not quite the beautiful world filled with beautiful people that Jen experienced on the upper floors. Decide to have a party to get things going. All goes well 'till Moss (Richard Ayoade) tells the wrong story of when he and Roy (Chris O'Dowd) got drunk in Amsterdam.
Special guests: Alison Bettles, Richard Pettyfer
Jen falls in love with a pair of shoes. Roy tells Moss to remember to switch off soldering iron. Denholm hires a stress expert with 'stress-o-meter'. Fight, food, fire, screen saver, emergency number, fire brigade. Mangled feet.
The scene where they come into the stress class is a direct reference to Laurel & Hardy's 'Sons of The Desert', right down to Roy catching his hand at the end.
Special guests: Graham Linehan, Oliver Chris, Chris Tarrant
Roy gets a date but has a bit of shit on his head. Jen fancies the security guard (Oliver Chris) and impresses him by guessing answers to questions on classical music. Roy believes that girls only like bastards so bets Jen that if he put an ad on a dating site being a total git, he will get a response. Chris Tarrant calls Jen during Who Wants to be a Millionaire so she can be the security guard's 'phone-a-friend'. Bad dates. Fights.
Special guest: Noel Fielding
Jen goes against all the advice and puts the rainforest af risk by opening the red door behind Roy's desk Instead of finding computer 'planches' and 'snibbits' she finds somethign else. From the pits of gothic lair she unleashes Richmond (Noel Fielding.) Richmond used to be Denholm's right hand man until the death of his father and, coincidentally of course, Richmond's discovery of the contemporary dark-wave band Cradle of Filth. Moss gets a new cup that no-one can possibly steal from him. Roy becomes a desk-rabbit. Richmond retreats back into his hole.
Special guest: Adam Buxton
Jen goes out with Bill Crouse (Adam Buxton). Moss accidentally reports her dead to cover up a bad lie. Creepy Bill Crouse lays claims he slept with her. Tall Paul dies. Jen goes to her own service, fake Elton John. Scary woman (Judy) tries to chat up Roy who goes up to the land of the beautiful people (5th floor). Show ends in 'Body Snatchers' style moment.
Moss' cry of "I'm insignificant" is a reference to The Young Ones.
The ending with Jen peering through the window is a salute to The Body Snatchers.
Special guest: Noel Fielding
Jen has aunt Irma visiting, geeks catch bug, web site setup, riots, dog in shopping market scared, Richmond talks about "rat mouse". Project Iccarus is finished and all the teams are assembled before Denholm. Huge thanks are dished out to all and sundry with, unsurprisingly, the exception of the I.T. crowd. They decide the give the celebration party a miss but end up joining them later despite this. Everyone ends up getting very horribly drunk It all ends hilariously the morning after when they wake to discover the aftermath. Will they ever be able to work together again? We'll have to hope they make another series so we can find out!