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Tripper's Day is a British television sitcom produced by Thames Television for ITV. The plot involved Leonard Rossiter as Norman Tripper, a Northern manager assigned to a London supermarket with a problematic staff. The programme is largely remembered for the negative critical reviews it received, and mainly for the fact that it was Rossiter's final television work, the actor dying between the broadcast of the second and third episodes.
|S01E01||Special Offers||00/00/0000||Trainee manager Mr Christian arrives at the store, a drunk arrives in search of a job, and police officers leave with Mr Tripper in a case of mistaken identity...|
|S01E02||Foreign Parts||00/00/0000||Alf reaches his 60th birthday and despite his protests, Norman retires him. But he's got a trick up his sleeve to get his job back.|
|S01E03||Games People Play||00/00/0000||Following a printing error all of the store's promotional bingo cards have the same numbers on, so Tripper attempts to rig the final draw so that no one wins.|
|S01E04||Token of Esteem||00/00/0000||Hilda's feeling broody, one of the junior staff is demanding a rise, the stock room is flooded, Alf's ill, and the regional manager is due at the store to conduct a routine inspection - just another day in the life of Norman Tripper!|
|S01E05||Alarms and Diversions||00/00/0000||The store's burglar alarm keeps going off - every hour, on the hour, in fact. Threatened with arrest for wasting police time, Tripper deactivates the alarm and spends the night on guard in his office. Meanwhile, the one-member union is on strike, and the store welcomes its millionth customer.|
|S01E06||Vatman and Robbin||00/00/0000||Tax inspectors turn up to audit the store's accounts, but with the discovery of a suspicious package in the store Tripper has bigger things to worry about!|