Watch Trailer Park Boys 2001–2018 123movies, Full TV Series Online – 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..
Plot: Follow the booze-fueled misadventures of three longtime pals and petty serial criminals who run scams from their Nova Scotia trailer park.
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Unique and hillarious.
The Trailer Park Boys is a unique and funny television series from Halifax. It is filmed almost like a documentary which features the stories of two friends who are in and out of jail. While trying to keep their drug business running they have to deal with the park supervisor. Bubbles, a friend of the two main characters will have your sides splitting. I highly recommend this show if you don’t mind some vulgarity with your comedy. You’ve never seen anything like it.
A Canadian Treasure.
Before Trailer Park Boys, there was SCTV, King of Kensington and Royal Canadian Air Farce. These three shows are the only ones that I can think of that are arguably more funny and addicting. Most people that watch this show that grew up watching more sophisticated shows will not care for this at first. It is a mockumentary about three foul-mouthed low-lives in a Nova Scotia trailer park. All they do is swear and try to sell drugs. Some episodes aren’t even funny. After watching several episodes over the course of weeks, it grows on you by becoming funnier and more addicting. Maybe it’s just my opinion, but the show really started getting funny by the third season and the episodes started really making sense by the second season. Not that the ones before didn’t make sense, the clarity just grew. The video quality also got better. Once it grows on you and becomes addicting, it becomes evident that this is one of the best shows Canada ever made.
What I like about the Trailer Park Boys is that they have very distinctive character with their own trademarks. These kinds of shows are the best ones to see. The character that started it all back when they were doing short films was Julian: the dark-haired, bearded, black t-shirt wearing, glass-holding, muscular one who is the smartest guy of the group. Then there is Ricky: the Elvis- haired, side-burned, plaid-wearing one with the most foul-mouth in the cast and the stupidest character in the show. Then there is the show-stealer, Bubbles: the blonde-haired, under-bitten, funny-voiced, cat-loving, ventriloquist who wears special glasses that really magnify his eyeballs. Then there’s the park supervisor, alcoholic Jim Lahey and his shirtless assistant and lover, Randy. There’s many other cool characters that are funny and memorable.
Everybody on the show do mighty fine jobs of acting. Bubbles is the most emulated character, as very few people know what he actually looks like. He looks like a cartoon character on the show with the way his hair is combed and voice changes and huge eyes. People are shocked to see what he looks like without his glasses. He looks like a regular person. Ricky and Julian are also cool to see in real life because their behaviours change and they drop their Canadian-hick accents. Lahey is probably the best actor aside from Bubbles (he might even be better) because of how good of a drunk he plays. He battles his addiction, but winds up intoxicated most of the time in such believable and hilarious ways. Easily the best alcoholic I’ve ever seen.
Many people that don’t like this think this is real like Honey Boo-Boo. This is a show with actors playing comical characters. The actor that plays Bubbles has a university degree in English. As for the show being about Canadian low-lives, the portrayals are spot-on! I am Canadian and think think they way they capture trailer-trash in Canada is awesome. Even real trailer-trash would like this. Might as well-laugh at yourself like I do.
Original Language en
Runtime 30 min
Genre Comedy, Crime
Writer Mike Clattenburg
Actors John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells, Mike Smith
Awards 4 wins & 22 nominations
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