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Canada's 'Trailer Park Boys' follows Julian (John Paul Tremblay) and Ricky (Robb Wells)--two ex-convicts who have recently been released (again) from prison--along with Bubbles, an awkward-but-friendly guy with thick glasses that lives in a shed filled with his many cats. Upon release, Julian and Ricky have returned home to Sunnyvale trailer park. Julian has hired a camera crew to film his transition to life as a free man again.

In reality, the series is the product of Mike Clattenburg, the creator, director and head writer. The show is a comedy produced in a fake documentary style. Although the show's plots are scripted, much of the dialogue is not, and like many other mockumentaries it is instead ad-libbed by the actors while they are in character. The central characters of Julian and Ricky have been criminals a long time, so long that they seem to know of no other way to live now. The show chronicles their often illegal attempts to gain wealth and happiness without landing back in prison. The trio is often thwarted in their plans by drunken authoritarian property manager Jim Lahey (John Dunsworth) and his shirtless brown-nosing assistant Randy (Patrick Roach). Added into the mix are the ex-girlfriends, neighborhood delinquents, white rappers, and assorted oddballs that the trio call their neighbors.

The adventures of the Trailer Park Boys can definitely get wild, with their plans often involving alcohol, marijuana, theft, con artistry, and/or sex, along with plenty of salty descriptions of the activities to go around. The boys do not hide their love of having a good time or their rough nature, and after all, it isn't a show about the Royal family. The program is intended for mature audiences that enjoy edgy, raunchy humor.

Netflix
11 Seasons, 95 Episodes
April 22, 2001
Comedy
8.4/10
Cast: John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells, Mike Smith, John Dunsworth
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Trailer Park Boys Full Episode Guide

  • All hell breaks loose on the ocean as the boys prepare for the drop-off while trying to find Bubbles and avoid Lahey and Randy.

  • The boys' deal with Snoop Dogg hits a snag when they're accused of killing Lahey and Randy, then everything goes haywire with Cory and Jacob.

  • A "free weed" sign draws a bunch of stoners to the shipping container, where the boys face off with Lahey, Randy and a pair of cops.

  • Julian sends Lahey and Ricky off on a golf outing, leading to a confrontation. NHL star Nathan MacKinnon visits the hockey school kids.

  • Ricky's injury isn't healing properly, so the boys head back to see Sam Losco. Ricky takes drastic action when the power gets shut off at the rink.

  • Ricky has a meltdown trying to process information he learned from Lahey. The boys have to get Bubbles's truck back from George Green.

  • Ricky has to stay behind and look after Mo while Julian and Bubbles go lobster fishing. Lahey warns Ricky that the cops are out to get them.

  • When Ricky gets shot in the groin by Mo, the boys argue over what kind of medical attention -- if any -- he should receive.

  • Ricky mistakes a sick-looking Jacob for a "zombley," while Bubs thinks he's an alien. The boys make Cory and Jacob steal fertilizer from a farmer.

  • Bubbles and Ricky are doing well with their new pizza sauce company, but a new opportunity arises when they get a tip on where Julian's been living.

  • Still shaken up, the gang gets ready for Trinity and Jacob's wedding. Meanwhile, Barb struggles with a big decision about the park.

  • Tom sets out on an adventure with Lucy, while Snoop tries Ricky's new concoction and Lahey plots a diabolical mission.

  • Bubbles battles a bad case of nerves at his open mic gig, and Lucy weighs a startling offer from Tom Arnold.

  • A visit from Snoop Dogg and friends sets the trailer park abuzz, and Sunnyvale fan Tom Arnold fulfills a bucket-list dream with Bubbles.

  • When Julian turns his bar into an all-inclusive casino, the ad made by Bubbles and Ricky stirs up trouble and gets a celebrity's attention.

  • When a truck heist goes awry, the boys turn to Sam the Denture King for help. But a fight at his office quickly spirals out of control.

  • After handing over Trinity's wedding money, Ricky swears off crime, but Julian tries to talk him into one last job at the Denture King offices.

  • As Barb and her sidekicks try to strong-arm Lahey and Randy into testifying for her in court, the boys set out to case a fancy neighborhood.

  • Desperate for quick cash to fight the court case, the boys try to collect outstanding lot fees at the park and consider a return to petty crime.

  • While Julian celebrates the bar's success and Ricky and Lucy try for a baby, a familiar face returns from jail to shake things up at the park.

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