Trailer Park Boys
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Workin' Man (2)
aired: Sun, May 30, 2004
Beginning immediately where the previous episode left off, the arrow strikes and the propane-soaked trailer explodes.
Propane, Propane (1)
aired: Sun, May 23, 2004
The Boys are excited. The dope is ready to harvest and J-Roc and DVS have presented them with a plan to sell it at a Snoop Dogg concert in Moncton. All the guys have to do now is harvest their weed, put it in a truck and deliver it.
If You Love Something, Set It Free
aired: Sun, May 16, 2004
Something or someone has been stealing - or possibly eating - weed from the Boys' dope fields. The Boys stake out the field at night to get to the bottom of the problem.
aired: Sun, May 9, 2004
Mr. James Lahey is once again the Sunnyvale Trailer Park Supervisor and is savouring every moment. He's already holding a bake sale to raise money for a fund that he can use at his discretion for the betterment of Sunnyvale.
The Green Bastard
aired: Sun, May 2, 2004
Today is Lahey's day. Despite the fact that he is no longer the Sunnyvale Trailer Park Supervisor, it seems that Jim Lahey has won the prestigious International Trailer Park Supervisor of the Year Award and they're presenting him with the award today.
Rub 'N Tiz'zug
aired: Sun, Apr 25, 2004
Julian is trying to get some sleep in his empty trailer (the furniture was moved out long ago to make room for dope plants) and has to sleep on the floor and cover himself with an old bear rug.
A Man's Gotta Eat
aired: Sun, Apr 18, 2004
Julian and Bubbles get out of the drunk tank and come home to Sunnyvale Trailer Park only to discover that Ricky has run up thousands of dollars of debt in Julian's name.
Never Cry Shitwolf
aired: Sun, Apr 11, 2004
After Ricky's botched bank machine robbery in the last episode of season three, Julian, Mr. Lahey and Randy end up where Ricky should have been – in prison.
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The Bare Pimp Project
aired: Sun, Aug 4, 2002
It's Freedom 35 day – the day when Julian will sell all the dope to the prison guards. It's also a big day for Ricky. Not only will he be rich, he'll also have his grade ten, assuming he passes his exam. Adding to Ricky's stress, Cyrus will also be taking the exam.
Never Trust a Man with No Shirt On
aired: Sun, Jul 28, 2002
After constant power interruptions at the same time every night, Lahey and Randy suspect that Ricky and Julian are up to something.
The Bible Pimp
aired: Sun, Jul 21, 2002
Door-to-door Bible-selling salesman Hampton and his diabetic daughter Tanya visit the park to convert the heathen, or failing that, sell lots of Bibles.
A Dope Trailer Is No Place for a Kitty
aired: Sun, Jul 14, 2002
Ricky's entire dope operation is threatened by an infestation of "black things" that covers all but six of his plants.
I've Met Cats and Dogs Smarter Than Trevor and Cory
aired: Sun, Jul 7, 2002
Julian's prison guard contacts tell him that they need much more dope than they thought. Ricky freaks. The only way he can meet the demand is to buy more dope-growing equipment – but that's expensive.
Jim Lahey Is a Drunk Bastard
aired: Sun, Jun 30, 2002
Still reeling (and drunk) from losing Randy to Lucy, trailer park supervisor Jim Lahey is confronted by an angry mob of park residents who are fed up with burning cars, uncollected trash and bottle-throwing kids roaming the park. They demand he take action to clean up the park or lose his job. The news gets back to trailer park owner Barb Lahey who tells Lahey that an election will be held for a new trailer park supervisor.
What in the Fuck Happened to Our Trailer Park?
aired: Sun, Jun 23, 2002
On the day of his release from jail, Julian tells Ricky and Bubbles about his plan to retire early and get out of crime. Called "Freedom 35", the plan calls for Ricky to grow lots of dope that Julian will sell to the country's prisons through his prison guard contacts. Unfortunately, the plan hits a couple of snags.
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Who the Hell Invited These Idiots to My Wedding?
aired: Sun, May 27, 2001
Lucy insists that Julian take over the job of organizing her wedding: which is odd since Julian isn't the groom, Ricky is. She wants lots of people and lots of food. The people part will be easy but getting that much food will be difficult on a tight budget. Julian's plan to hit a local grocery store runs into a snag when Ricky unexpectedly shows up in the middle of the heist. Shots are fired. The next day, the cops show up uninvited to the wedding.
I'm Not Gay, I Love Lucy... Wait a Second, Maybe I am Gay
aired: Sun, May 20, 2001
With Ricky's life still a mess, Julian tries to convince him that it's time to marry Lucy. Reluctant at first, Ricky changes his mind when Julian suggests that people will always think that Ricky is gay unless he marries Lucy. Julian's engagement present to Ricky is the '76 New Yorker, which for weeks was up on blocks in his front yard, and is now made operational thanks to a few purloined replacement parts.
Mrs. Peterson's Dog Gets Fucked Up
aired: Sun, May 13, 2001
While babysitting both Trinity (his daughter, played by Jeanna Harrison) and Mrs. Peterson's dog, Ricky accidentally gets shot and the dog devours a tray of hash brownies. A vet treats both the dog and Ricky. In order to pay the vet, Ricky and Julian must repossess a lawn tractor owned by a former patient who hasn't paid the vet's bill. The Boys successfully recover the tractor -- but not before Ricky gets shot for the second time that day.
Mr. Lahey's Got My Porno Tape!
aired: Sun, May 6, 2001
In desperate need of $2,000 to buy some hydroponics gear for his dope-growing business, Ricky reluctantly agrees to star in one of J-Rock's (Jonathan Torrens) amateur porn films to be shot in J-Rock's trailer. Ricky, however, isn't quite up to the task, and the video, entitled "From Russia With The Love Bone", eventually winds up in Mr. Lahey's possession. Julian must convince Lahey that using the tape against Ricky would not be in Lahey's best interest.
Fuck Community College, Let's Get Drunk and Eat Chicken Fingers
aired: Sun, Apr 29, 2001
Fed up with all their demands and complaints, Julian tells everyone that he is leaving the trailer park. Ricky, who has been living in Julian's car on his front lawn, has one week to find a new place to live. Mr. Lahey (John Dunsworth), the trailer park supervisor, is thrilled to hear of Julian's imminent departure but when he hears that Ricky won't be leaving too, his worst nightmare seems about to come true.
Take Your Little Gun and Get Out of My Trailer Park
aired: Sun, Apr 22, 2001
After 18 months in jail, our Trailer Park Boys, Ricky (Robb Wells) and Julian (Jean Paul Tremblay), head back home to Sunnyvale Trailer Park aiming to get their lives back together again. The problem is that neither Ricky's fiancée Lucy (Lucy Decoutere) nor his dad Ray (Barrie Dunn) will let him back into their homes, and some guy named Cyrus (Bernard Robichaud) has moved into Julian's trailer, having crowned himself the new "King of the Park."
Trailer Park Boys: Trailer Park Boys: Xmas Special
aired: Mon, Apr 2, 2012
In this prequel to the hit series Trailer Park Boys, it's 1997 and Sunnyvale Trailer Park is getting ready for the holiday season. Julian's got a great idea to make money this Christmas, Ricky gets confused between God and Santa, and Bubbles tries to get the Boys together for an annual Christmas bonfire. Meanwhile, Mr. Lahey is thrilled because Christmas is the only day of the year that his wife Barb allows him to have a few drinks.