You can also click on any episode below to get more information on which Netflix countries it is available in. Matt and Garry face a threatening situation when they try to reclaim a debt owed by a couple in unpaid nursery fees. Please improve this by adding. The series contained 7 episodes. Later, they deal with a bankrupt debtor who tries to claim that he isn't liable for a debt incurred after his bankruptcy was declared, and later tries to blame the debt on his wife. Max and Steve head to Romford to reclaim £12,000 owed by the town council and find themselves clamping the mayor's limousine.
Elsewhere, Stewart and Vic face a moral dilemma, and Paul and Steve hear a story that stops them in their tracks. In Surrey, Brian and Del chase over £2,000 owed by a single mother for an unpaid childcare bill, before trying to recover £12,000 of debt on credit cards. The series was the first to be recorded with James May, as the first series featured motoring enthusiast Jason Dawe. Cases featured include the violent car owner from episode 1, the woman who defaulted on her loan repayments from episode 2, and the taxi driver who had a writ written out against him instead of his brother from episode 3. Genre Reality Country of origin United Kingdom No.
Can't Pay, We'll Take It Away! Plus, Stuart and Vic try to recover £5,000 owed by a forklift truck company after an agreement went sour. There are 5 different series, with the 4th and 5th series being made up of multiple parts. Matt and Garry chase a £4,000 debt owed by a woman to a loans company, and are suspicious when despite claims that she is unable to pay, the debtor has a stash of brand new white goods. Later, they chase down an unemployed decorator who owes more than £3,500 in legal costs, but finds he has no assets to seize and no money. Brian and Del attend the King William Hotel in London to reclaim £6,500 owed to a supplier, but are forced to start removing goods when the owner claims he cannot pay. Meanwhile, we catch up with three previous debtors to see how life has been for them since the programme aired.
Meanwhile, Steve and Paul must evict a tenant in North London who has not paid her rent for over 18 months, before heading to Cambridgeshire to make one of their most emotional evictions to date. . Meanwhile, Brian and Kevin deal with a single mother whose overall debts come to more than £45,000, but is struggling with any form of repayment, and later meet an aggressive debtor recovering from a brain tumour who refuses to pay his dues, despite owing more than £2,000 to a lawyer. After the eviction, they become concerned for her welfare and try to track her down. Stewart and Iain call on a retiring optician to recover £4,500 owed to a supplier, but the debtor becomes abusive and claims he cannot make any form of payment. When they come across a pair of vehicles, they are shocked to discover that both are worthless. In Bedfordshire, agents Paul and Steve try to evict a community of travellers who have set up home in a private car park, however they receive a hostile response and must react to prevent the situation from spiralling out of control.
Matt and Garry meet a down-on-his-luck businessman on a Welsh farm who owes more than £6,000 in consultancy fees, and face the prospect of seizing and removing a boat. This episode was scheduled for broadcast on 18 October, but was not broadcast until 8 November. This article relies too much on to. Meanwhile, Stewart and Victor hunt down one of their biggest debts of the year - £66,000 owed by a businessman. Matt and Garry meet a father in crisis who owes £9,000 after acting as a guarantor on his daughter's tenancy agreement.
It was claimed that between the filming of the ninth and tenth series, rival motoring magazine Fifth Gear broke into the Top Gear premises and burnt down the Cool Wall. Gary and Cona visit a pensioner who owes £2,500 after signing as a guarantor for a loan taken out against the repairs on her son's car. Later, they deal with a slippery garage owner who owes more than £2,000 to a customer for poor repair work. Meanwhile, Brian O'Shaughnessy and Del Anglin chase £2,000 worth of debt owed by a business based in Kent, and recover £4,000 from a recycling business in Buckinghamshire. The third of four special episodes combining new and unforgettable past cases.
Gary and Cona try to reclaim £1,700 from the former owner of a grocery shop, but are forced to escalate the case when the debtor plays hard ball, and then leaves his wife to deal with the situation. Brian and Del attempt to hunt down an elusive debtor, who has evaded capture before, for a debt of more than £4,500. Meanwhile, Brian and Del chase a debt of nearly £2,000 in Surrey, before trying to recover almost £3,000 in Northamptonshire. Broadcast was later confirmed for 13 April 2016. Stewart and Vic attempt to reclaim £5,400 owed by a man that Vic has met before, but are forced to seize a vehicle when the debtor refuses to pay.
Brian and Del head to the Isle of Wight to reclaim £3,700 of estate agency fees owed by a security guard, but Del is assaulted by the debtor's wife. The series consists of six episodes. Can't Pay, We'll Take It Away! Meanwhile, Brian and Del chase £3,000 owed to a firm of letting agents, before tracking a debtor who was accidentally over-paid for a job. Stuart and Vic attempt to reclaim £6,000 owed in private school fees by a man and wife, but discover they no longer live together. Stewart and Vic try to reclaim £2,300 owed by a builder who is living on the verge of bankruptcy, but discover that he owns very little in the way of goods that could offset the debt.
The series was filmed between September and November 2015. Stuart and Vic revisit a young debtor who owe £750 for a laptop computer, and in Oxfordshire, Paul and Steve chase £30,000 owed by a world-famous Formula One racing team. Paul and Steve attend the eviction of a mum and her two children, whose father has supposedly disappeared and left her with more than £6,000 of rent arrears. Agent Aron Graves also appears as a recurring member of the cast. Clarkson later proclaimed that it was not an 'accident' as first implied, but a publicity stunt to show everyone how much Top Gear hate caravans.