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Trailer Park Boys 

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


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Series cast summary:
John Paul Tremblay ...  Julian 106 episodes, 2001-2018
Robb Wells ...  Ricky 106 episodes, 2001-2018
Mike Smith ...  Bubbles / ... 106 episodes, 2001-2018
John Dunsworth ...  Jim Lahey 99 episodes, 2001-2018
Patrick Roach ...  Randy 99 episodes, 2001-2018
Sarah Dunsworth ...  Sarah 88 episodes, 2001-2018
Tyrone Parsons Tyrone Parsons ...  Tyrone / ... 88 episodes, 2001-2018
Jeanna Harrison Jeanna Harrison ...  Trinity 87 episodes, 2001-2018
Cory Bowles ...  Cory 87 episodes, 2001-2018
Shelley Thompson ...  Barb Lahey / ... 74 episodes, 2001-2018
Lucy Decoutere ...  Lucy 72 episodes, 2001-2016
Jonathan Torrens ...  J-Roc 67 episodes, 2001-2016
Jacob Rolfe Jacob Rolfe ...  Jacob / ... 62 episodes, 2001-2018
Barrie Dunn Barrie Dunn ...  Ray 56 episodes, 2001-2007
Michael Jackson Michael Jackson ...  Trevor / ... 47 episodes, 2001-2014


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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Randy's man-whoring alter ego is named 'Smokey'. He sells his body to pay for cheeseburgers or coupons to buy food. His catchphrase is "Man's gotta eat" See more »


Ray's Trailer is different in every season. See more »


Ricky: I mean how many fathers can give a nine-year-old daughter a car? I'm just happy I'm in a position where I can do something like that.
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Crazy Credits

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 »

Alternate Versions

Episodes airing in the United States have all the profanity bleeped out (averaging sometimes up to four swear words per minute). See more »


Referenced in Degrassi: The Next Generation: Back in Black (2004) See more »

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Knock Knock...F%@k Off.
7 October 2006 | by thor4923See all my reviews

While I respect the opinions of those who criticized the show (not surprisingly the comments rated "least useful"), it appears that their views are so concrete that they just don't get it.

This brilliant series is not intended to reflect the "reality" of trailer park life in Nova Scotia, but is instead a wonderful artistic compilation of many extreme, bizarre, and mundane experiences that are interesting on an entertaining and (feigned) voyeuristic basis. There are operas, soap operas, space operas, and now "park operas".

Consider how difficult it must be to act improv style not only on the set, but to act "in character" during all media interviews and public engagements, as is the expectation. Not many actors would have the commitment or stamina to carry this through for the benefit of the production image. Mike Smith, who plays the character Bubbles, apparently can only wear the thick glasses for 15 minutes at a time without extreme fatigue.

Let's consider the acting quality and skill. Would Deniro or Pacino make this a better series? No! The charm is in the rough edges, the improv, the humility, and the belief that these are low rung thugs. It is totally believable and a credit to the acting and direction.

How is Canada or Nova Scotia being insulted if we recognize that this series is a parody and that we should not take it so seriously. According to the on-line polls I have viewed for TPB of the episodes to date, the average rating has been 9 out of 10. Most of those voting were from Canada followed by participants from the US, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. We should be proud that we have had an impact on others, especially on those outside of our country.

If given a chance, you will see how the brilliance shines through the layers of carefully placed sh#@. It is meant to look amateurish!

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