Bunk Off


Bunk Off

"Bunk Off" is episode 2 of E4's "The Inbetweeners". It originally aired on May 1, 2008 the same day that First Day aired on E4.

Plot

The boys "bunk off" from college. They get served for alcohol and get drunk around Neil's house. His father catches them and sends them out. Simon spray paints his love for Carli, his love interest, on her drive. Her friends mock him but she invites him around to her house later that night.

Simon tries unsuccessfully to seduce Carli, drunk after drinking a lot to "work up the courage". Meanwhile, Will is babysitting her little brother, and tells him about terrorists. They get kicked out and go back to Simon's house, where all the parents have gathered. They give several excuses, but none work.

The next day, they are punished by Mr Gilbert for imitating their parents to him over the phone earlier that day.

Note

This episode aired right after the first episode, "First Day", aired.


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