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The Inbetweeners Could Return as Adults

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Three years since we last saw The Inbetweeners on their hopeless quest to find girls, flirting with grannies and harming fish, the ­Pussay Patrol could finally be back up and running.

Back in 2014 the show’s cast did what they dubbed their “final ever” interview in Bizarre, and were adamant it was over for good.

But now star JOE THOMAS has revealed the four “fwends” may return for a new series — only this time as adults.

The actor, who played ­bumbling teen Simon Cooper in the E4 sitcom, hopes the reboot would follow the ­hapless students as they grow old, get married and have kids, which definitely sounds like an Inbetweeners-style recipe for disaster.

In an exclusive interview, he said: “I think that we are ­definitely too old now to do anything that is set in a sixth form.

“If it’s the case that you want to do a show about some sixth formers then obviously we can’t be involved in that, with the best will in the world.

“But we could do the ­originals ten years down the line, married with kids. I mean, we can do that now. I would jump at any chance to work with those guys again — in any context, really.”

“We have spoken about it but it’s not really in our hands. We don’t write the show so it’s not down to us.”

Joe and his co-stars SIMON BIRD, BLAKE HARRISON and JAMES BUCKLEY — aka Simon, Will, Neil and Jay — waved goodbye to Rudge Park Comprehensive in 2014 after three hilarious TV series, two record-breaking films and plenty of cringe-worthy on-screen antics.

And despite going their ­separate ways, the lads still see a lot of each other. Far too much, in fact.

Joe, who is working with James on new BBC2 comedy White Gold which begins at the end of this month, said: “I do miss the show but we do get to see each other quite a lot anyway.

“But I suppose I do miss it. It’s been great to work with James again — he’s a really good friend.

With an Inbetweeners reunion on the horizon, he had better get used to it.

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