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Air weekdate:Thursday Cast:Jane Horrocks, Jason Watkins, Chanel Cresswell, Joel Fry, Nick Blood, Carl Rice, Rita May, Mark Addy, Dominic Coleman, Faye McKeever, Samuel Anderson, Stephanie Beacham Genre:Comedy Channel:Sky1 Status:Continuing
Trollied season 3 episodes list:
Changes abound as the supermarket sitcom begins its third series. Gavin and Julie meet the new head of strategy, a flashy upstart with big plans for Valco
Gavin finds himself at odds with the forward-thinking Richard during a brainstorm for the new Valco Better store. Valco could soon be down a staff member as well when a visit from Emma's dad prompts Kieran to consider moving out of Warrington.
Richard France's latest brainwave is given the greenlight - a 'suggestion fort' to find out what customers want from the Valco Better store.
Andy the butcher is smitten by his ex, Sarah and can't wipe the grin off of his face, divulging a few too many details about their date the night before.
Andy is leaving the Warrington branch of Valco for pastures new. He decides to follow his former flame, Sarah, to Scarborough.
Richard France is really starting to rub people up the wrong way...
Richard France sets out to make Gavin more approachable, a two-hit strategy involving a hoodie and the removal of the manager's office door. Is this the last straw for Gavin?
Staff gather for the night shift to give the store the final once-over ahead of its reopening, but emotions run high after Julie misconstrues a conversation she heard between France and Anna, and reports back to Gavin.
France pulls out all the stops for the big reopening, booking a celebrity shopper in the form of Kelly Brook. An unimpressed Gavin, meanwhile, crosses the line.
The fallout between Gavin and France is the talk of the store, even more so when Julie is temporarily promoted to manager. Plus, Katie makes a discovery.
Gavin is back at work and doing his best to be a bit more like France. Plus, Colin and Lisa's stag and hen dos are almost upon them.
Julie and France are gearing up for the supermarket awards, and the former is concerned about the drop in the number of customers since the makeover.
The supermarket awards are here, and France hatches a dastardly plan to fool the judges.