Later, the agents return when the debtor defaults on a payment plan to clear the remainder of the unpaid balance. This episode was not due for broadcast until 2018, but broadcast following the rescheduled broadcast of Episode 22. Paul and Ben carry out an eviction with a twist when they discover a tenant with multiple identities. Gareth and Mitch try to get £3,000 from a car wash owner after a customer's car was damaged. Del looks back on a case from Series 5, Episode 4, where he and Dael visited the owner of an Indian takeaway who owe £3000.
Agents Stewart and Iain head to Lancashire for an eviction that proves to be the most confrontational case they have ever faced. Max and Paul visit North-West London try to recover almost £30,000 owed in rent arrears by a dentist after he was barred from working. We'll Take It Away Special Nov 30, 2016 25 Episode 25 Dec 7, 2016 Name Air Dates 1 Episode 1 Sep 30, 2015 2 Episode 2 Oct 7, 2015 3 Episode 3 Oct 14, 2015 4 Episode 4 Oct 21, 2015 5 Episode 5 Oct 28, 2015 6 Episode 6 Nov 4, 2015 7 Episode 7 Nov 11, 2015 8 Episode 8 Nov 18, 2015 9 Episode 9 Nov 25, 2015 10 Episode 10 Dec 2, 2015 11 Episode 11 Dec 9, 2015 12 Episode 12 Dec 16, 2015 13 Episode 13 Dec 23, 2015. Paul and Steve attend a property repossession in , but are caught in the middle of a dispute between tenant and landlord. Later, Brian joins Dael to track down a pensioner in who owes £15,000 for a business he bought four years ago.
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. Paul and Steve undertake the eviction of a former businesswoman who owes more than £14,000 in rent arrears, who refuses to accept the situation she has found herself in. Matt and Garry try to reclaim £1,600 owed to a car rental company but find that the debtor has no assets that could possibly offset the debt. In East London, Paul and Phil head to a flat expecting a routine eviction, but get more than they bargained for when they find dodgy wiring, illegal substances, and two men sleeping in squalid conditions. Agents Stewart and Elmore are met with lies and aggression when they track down nearly £3,000 owed by a garage mechanic, while Steve and Ben encounter a retired couple who are being forced to leave their home. Max and Paul attend an East London butcher's shop to collect £1,700 owed to a former supplier, but are given the runaround by the new owners of the business.
Stewart and Elmor try to find a debtor who owes £2,000 for an engine he bought on Ebay, but he tries to outsmart the agents by claiming he knows the law better than they do, before Paul and Steve are forced to break into the property of a tenant who owes nearly £8,000 in unpaid rent. Del looks back at a case previously featured in Series 5, Episode 1, where they tried to reclaim £3,500 owed by a man to a van rental business, but received death threats from the debtor's father. The woman disputes the eviction and claims she has repaid the landlord as he requested. The process of collecting debt is full of distress, tears, violence, lies and endless stories of misfortune. Plus, an acrimonious divorce in Chessington comes to a head when the estranged wife obtains a writ to reclaim the house, and an off-licence owner in Hampshire with unpaid rent of more than £5,000 battles to keep his business open just as everything shuts down for the holidays.
It is narrated by Jason Done, written by Ginita Jimenez, produced by Brinkworth Films and executive produced by Malcolm Brinkworth and Charlie Clay. Plus, a family booted onto the streets at night by a ruthless aunt, and a man who won't engage with the agents and loses his car. 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. Later, they call on a student nurse who owes £750 on a payday loan, who has defaulted on her repayments. Later, they are forced to evict a hard-working young nurse who is desperately seeking a home for her young family through no fault of her own. Sorry, Can't Pay, We'll Take It Away! Meanwhile, Paul and Steve attend the eviction of an army veteran whose other outstanding debts have resulted in the repossession of his house, and later to Slough to deal with a troublesome family of who refuse to believe the powers of the High Court.
The series follows a group of High Court enforcement bailiffs and members of repossession teams around the United Kingdom. Plus, two agents try to recover £1,600 worth of goods from the owner of an entertainment company after a wedding day dispute, and in west London, a landlady is owned £9,000 in rent arrears by a young mother. Although the property initially appears to be empty, Matt and Garry find an ingenious method of entry, and are surprised to be confronted by a surprised and angry landlord. Gary and Cona head to Kent to chase over £4,000 of vet fees after two neighbouring dogs got into a fight. Meanwhile, we catch up with three previous debtors to see how life has been for them since the programme aired. Later, Ben joins Paul as they head to Biggin Hill, Kent, to evict a family which they have been told have no children, only to find six children living at the property. Brian and Del attempt to hunt down an elusive debtor, who has evaded capture before, for a debt of more than £4,500.
About the series Can't Pay? Can't Pay, We'll Take It Away! Later, they visit the owner of a pet shop who owes a substantial amount of money to a former supplier, but tries to raise funds to pay the debt. Five series of the programme have been broadcast to date. Meanwhile, Stuart and Elmor head to Merseyside to attend the eviction of a tenant with a brain tumour who has been unable to pay the rent on his house, and later attend an eviction with a twist — the tenant is in fact the letting agent and has been living in the house under a false name. Matt and Garry face a threatening situation when they try to reclaim a debt owed by a couple in unpaid nursery fees. 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.
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. Stewart and Iain visit a woman who owes £1,800 to a veterinary surgery after she refused to pay them, claiming they misdiagnosed her dog. 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. 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. Every episode of the series ranked in the top three most watched programmes on the channel that week. Because different Netflix countries have different availability for episodes, you'll need to check the episode listing below to see which are available in Russia. Stewart and Vic take on one of the biggest cases of their careers when they confront a hotel owner who owes £80,000 to his former girlfriend.
Brian and Del attempt to reclaim £2,000 in unpaid bills owed to a funeral director, but the debtor's revelation that she is unable to pay is furthered hampered by her claim that the agents visit is causing a flare up of her illness. They also look back on a case previously featured in Series 4, Episode 2, where they tried to reclaim £2,700 owed by the owner of a garage, but the situation became volatile, forcing Vic to call the police. Debt collectors, debtors and creditors are all portrayed, and their respective perspectives are explored. You can also click on any episode below to get more information on which Netflix countries it is available in. Later, they call on a woman who owes £6,000 in arrears from her previous property. The High Court of Appeals awarded the two £20,000 after finding that their privacy had been infringed. This half-series featured sixteen episodes.
Later, they head to Essex to track down the tenants of a country estate who owe their landlord more than £10,000 — but have since disappeared. Produced by Brinkworth Films, the series and its various spin-offs reveal what it means to be a creditor who cannot get back what they are owed, what it is like to be saddled with that you are simply unable to repay, and what it takes to be the kind of person who can pay but refuses to do so. Cameras capture the daily hassle of dealing with violent confrontations, tearful debtors, downright liars and genuine cases of hardship. Matt and Garry head to the to reclaim £1,600 owed by a takeaway owner to a car hire company. Steve and Ben attend the eviction of a young mother and child, and Steve is shocked when he discovers some of the worst living conditions he has ever seen. The running joke regarding the Dacia Sandero continues from series 11, with the alteration that Clarkson is now the one making the announcement with feigned enthusiasm, to utter. Stewart and Vic attend a barber's shop in Bolton to recover £3,600 from a debtor who has defaulted on a payment plan, but are met with a frosty reception.