Scrappers

This week all hell breaks loose when scrapyard owner Lyndsay discovers his wife Terry has spent the week's payroll at a car auction, while they struggle to keep their motley crew they employ on the straight and narrow.

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Series 1 Episode 6 Dream On (Final) 28:57

Series 1 Episode 6 Dream On (Final)

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The yard is running smoothly, which means boss Terry Walker is getting bored. He decides to have a bit of fun by planning a semi-naked calendar - but can he persuade any of the other lads to get their kit off?
Series 1 Episode 5 Crunch Time 28:52

Series 1 Episode 5 Crunch Time

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Metro Salvage boss Terry Walker's holiday soon becomes a distant memory as he faces up to some big decisions regarding Boyle and Chris, the two employees who were sacked while he and wife Lyndsay were away in Tenerife.
Series 1 Episode 4 Wish You Were Here 28:58

Series 1 Episode 4 Wish You Were Here

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Jemma and Jon are left in charge of the Bolton scrapyard as owners Terry and Lyndsay Walker head off on a holiday. Terry is unable to leave thoughts of work behind and soon has CCTV footage of the yard set up on his phone.
Series 1 Episode 3 A Bright Idea 29:00

Series 1 Episode 3 A Bright Idea

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Things are going well between Bolton scrapyard owners the Walkers, who haven't had an argument for weeks. But when Terry decides to throw an open day to celebrate their 21 years working together, tempers start to fray.
Series 1 Episode 2 A New Broom 29:00

Series 1 Episode 2 A New Broom

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Terry has promised Lyndsay he'll stop spending at car auctions. Meanwhile, he sets the lads to work dreaming up ideas to make the yard more profitable - but things go a little too far when he ruins a rare romantic night out.
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