A pent-up Tracey channels Beyoncé to try and seduce Ronald, her virginal boyfriend. But mild-mannered Connor seems to like her just the way she is.
After meeting Connor's mother in the shop, Tracey finds herself with a new best friend, along with questions about proper contraception.
A casual run-in with a former schoolmate turns Tracey into a businesswoman. Her first venture? Selling secondhand sex toys.
When Tracey’s purity creates problems for Connor in the bedroom, she turns to the internet for answers -- and finds a threesome.
After Tracey pushes Connor to read a poem in public, her beloved cousin "Boy Tracy" stops by to deliver some surprising news.
Connor wants Tracey to move in with him, but Tracey's more concerned about Cynthia's impending marriage to Tracey's gay ex-fiancé, Ronald.
After three months away, Tracey returns to Tower Hamlets with a new look, a made-up boyfriend and no place to live -- except the shop.
Tracey meets a potential new suitor while passing out fliers for the Church of Joy. A desperate Candice turns to Cynthia for companionship.
Uncle Roy helps Joy spread the word about an upcoming vigil, and Boy Tracy tricks the gang into attending a clothing-optional sex party.
Connor's girlfriend gets chummy with Tracey, but she'd rather be a dog's best friend. Nan goes on a date, and Cynthia reunites with Ronald.
Tracey and Ola find people they fancy while tagging along on a trip to meet Aaron's folks. Cynthia plots her sexual liberation.
Tracey joins a book club that goes beyond the required reading. The residents welcome a new baby, and Aaron and Candice have a falling out.