Have you seen Britain’s most successful comedy of all time? If you haven’t been paying attention to the programming on E4 for the past few years, it might surprise you just what that movie is. The Inbetweeners started off as a sitcom on that channel that ran from 2008 to 2010. It was a high school-based comedy that resonated hugely with audiences, probably because it featured the sorts of characters who people relate to most, but who rarely get represented in stories about the teen years—not the absolute dorks whose lives are made miserable, and certainly not the popular kids who rule their schools, but those in between somewhere who anonymously go about their lives without too many people learning their names. The Inbetweeners Movie is the film in question. It was a 2011 followup to the sitcom, directed by Ben Palmer, that took the four nebbish but sex-obsessed leads from the show, Simon Bird’s uptight Will McKenzie, Joe Thomas’ melodramatic Simon Cooper, James Buckley’s mental Jay Cartwright, and Blake Harrison’s dopey Neil Sutherland, and sent them on a vacation to an exotic locale where they learned a little bit more about women and—of course—got into a number of embarrassing and downright disgusting situations. The film grossed a reported $67 million in the UK and $20 million elsewhere, and was clearly shot on a shoestring budget, so—of course—it’s going to be getting a sequel.