sometimes i feel like the only person who has seen it who doesn't like the show.
I feel the same way about the office.
You are probably talking about the US version of the Office, but the UK version is quite possibly worse. With Ricky Bloody Gervais playing the incompetant asshole idiot boss. God I hate that man. He brings insult to the name 'comedy'.
On the other hand, IT Crowd was great, even the one where he got stuck under the desk belonging to those two ladies. What do you expect though? It is a comedy stereotyping IT tech support, and how many jokes are there about geeks and lack of dates?
The IT Crowd is probably one of the only 'geek' shows I can stand to watch. I hate with an absolute passion any show that tries to be 'geeky' especially The Big Bang Theory. Even as a kid before I learned how to program I hated tv or movies that portrayed hacking as some sort of keyboard mashing while using some sort of file navigating GUI. I was very surprised to see this exact portrayal in Skyfall by Q.
A USA version of The IT Crowd was almost aired by NBC. It starred Richard Ayoade reprising his role as Moss, with Joel McHale as Roy, Jessica St. Clair as Jen and Rocky Carroll as Denholm. The show was produced by FremantleMedia for Universal Media Studios with Linehan and Steve Tao as Executive Producers. There were four writers involved—David Guarascio, Moses Port, Joe Port and Joe Wiseman. A pilot was filmed in January 2007, and a full series was ordered, advertised by NBC to be aired in 2007–08. According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter in September 2007, the show had not gone into production and was to be cancelled, despite the fact that a number of scripts had already been written, stating the series "didn't quite spark" with new NBC chairman Ben Silverman.
On 30 July 2010, Linehan stated a US version was back on, with possible changes due to negative reactions. However, there has been no subsequent announcement confirming the series.