Deleted Inbetweeners scene where Jay says he's taking 144 condoms on holiday ahead of joining mile-high club
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A deleted scene from The Inbetweeners Movie has surfaced online and it shows Jay in absolute top form.
The Inbetweeners movie, which was released all the way back in 2011, was a huge hit and went on to spawn a sequel in 2014, but it appears as though this one scene didn’t quite make the cut. You can watch it here:
In the clip, Will, Simon, Jay and Neil can be seen on a train as they get their holiday underway.
After taking the p**s out of Will (played by Simon Bird) for bringing his mum’s pink suitcase, Jay (played by James Buckley) reveals he’s packed his case with 144 condoms.
Doing the fast maths, Will questions if Jay really thinks he can get through ‘over 10 a day, including today’, to which bulls****er Jay answers: “Yes. If I wanted to, I could get through all of these before we even hit Malia.”
At this point, Neil (played by Blake Harrison) chips in to ask Jay if he plans to join the mile high club and, of course, Jay says he ‘probably’ will, prompting Will to quip ‘with every passenger on the plane?’
The deleted scene's X-rated humour will come as no surprise to fans of the show, which was well known for its crude and offensive jokes.
And in a recent interview with the Telegraph, Bird revealed that he didn't think the show would be made today.
"I honestly think it wouldn't be commissioned today," he told The Telegraph.
Asked whether he thought the sexism in the show would make it unpalatable today, he replied: "Yeah, and the casual homophobia.
"I rationalise it to myself by saying that at the time it was an accurate representation of the way teenagers talk to each other.
"Is that still the case now? I assume not.
"Although the programme was set in the 2000s, it was based on a pilot set in 1990, so even in the 2000s it wasn't really an accurate reflection of how teenagers spoke."
Bird also spoke about the heavily-criticised reunion show that aired back in 2019 - admitting that money and ‘pressure’ from the broadcaster were the driving force behind the special.
"That was just a terrible idea from the get-go," he said.
"We all knew that. We all had suggestions about how it might be possible to do one that wasn't totally embarrassing. Those suggestions were not heeded.
"Frankly, we got paid quite a lot to do it, and there was a certain amount of pressure from Channel 4."