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Three petty felons have a documentary made about their life in a trailer park.

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Trailer Park Boys is about life between prison terms. Always trying to play the angles, always done-in by forces beyond their control, and always in the middle of a gunfight, Ricky and Julian are decent, hard- working guys trying to cope with the New World Economic Order. It's not that the boys don't know right from wrong, it's just that "right" rarely presents itself. Written by Anonymous

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Although the show is scripted, Rob Wells (Ricky) said many of the memorable moments on the show were ad-libbed by the cast. See more »

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The police are often giving the United States Miranda rights when they arrest anyone, when they should be using Canada's. See more »

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[Outside a club]
Julian: There's no male dancers in there, right?
Trevor: No, that's every second Tuesday and Thursday.
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Throughout the seventh season, the following disclaimer was at the beginning: PATRICK SWAYZE HAS NO ASSOCIATION WITH THIS PROGRAM AND HAS NOT AUTHORIZED ANY USE OF HIS NAME IN THIS PROGRAM See more »

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It grows on you
21 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

When I first left a review of this show I was fairly unimpressed with it. However, since then I've forced myself to watched the entire Seasons 1-3 and I have to say it: man, was I wrong.

It grows on you. If you can get over the bad acting and the political incorrectness you'll find one hell of a show. As another reviewer said it's not an accurate reflection of life in a Nova Scotia trailer park: more like if you took the weirdest members of every trailer park in NS and put them together to dumb it up.

Some of the funnier aspects I've found have been Ricky's constant mispronunciations (there are at least then in every episode), Mr Lahey's constant sh*t analogies, and, of course, Bubbles, who makes even the bad episodes worth watching.

If you give it a chance you won't have a single favourite episode; more like a collection of favorite moments pulled from each ep. Whether it's J-Roc's identity crisis ("I hate to admit it ... I'm white"), Bubbles' dragging a drunken Ricky home in the back of his go-cart, or the visit from the hysterically creepy Bible Pimp, there'll be at least something that makes you giggle whenever you think of it.

All that said, BBC America can look forward to a few letters of mixed reactions, and Comedy Central can start kicking themselves for not being the first to snatch it up.


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