Trailer Park Boys, Season 2Closed Captioning
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Building on the success of last season — a season which earned Trailer Park Boys a Gemini nomination in the Best Ensemble Performance category — this year starts with Julian (John Paul Tremblay) and Ricky (Robb Wells) getting picked up outside of prison by Bubbles (Mike Smith). Things are going to be different this time, they vow. The days of nickel and dime scams are over. It’s time to go big or go home. Time to get professional. Julian has a plan. It's called “Freedom 35” and it calls for Ricky to grow as much of his awesome dope as he can, which Julian will then sell to prisons across the country through his prison guard contacts. In return, they’ll make a trailer full of cash — enough to let them retire early and stay out of crime forever.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoWhat In the F**k Happened to Our Trailer Park?||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.||23:07||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoJim Lahey Is a Drunk Bastard||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.||23:07||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoI've Met Cats and Dogs Smarter Than Trevor and Cory||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.||22:08||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoA Dope Trailer Is No Place for a Kitty||Ricky's entire dope operation is threatened by an infestation of "black things" that covers all but six of his plants.||23:08||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Bible Pimp||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.||22:48||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoNever Trust a Man With No Shirt On||After constant power interruptions at the same time every night, Lahey and Randy suspect that Ricky and Julian are up to something.||22:48||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Bare Pimp Project||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.||22:47||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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very entertaining, not for everyone
I find the show very funny, the character dynamics are great. A show only for the crude..
One of the Best Comedies
If you want to laugh. Buy this series. Some of the best comedy I have ever watched.
THE great comedy series of the last 20 years!
Never have pure, fearless art and screamingly funny comedy been so expertly combined anywhere. Julian, Bubbles, and (especially) Ricky embody the perfect blend of hooliganism and down to earth grace. John Dunsworth is astonishing as the drunken, gruff, petty, yet sincerely enduring and hilarious Park Supervisor Jim Lahey. Most actors WOULD NOT want to be seen in this light, but Dunsworth aims and charges through every episode. The cast is brilliant, the writing and directing is brilliant, and this is the series running in peak form.
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- Genre: Comedy
- Released: Jun 23, 2002
- © TPB II Productions Limited 2002
- CCin English