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Trailer Park Boys: The Complete Series
Trailer Park Boys The Complete Series
Actors: Shelley Thompson, Hugh Dillon, Michael Jackson, Jonathan Torrens, Nichole M. Hiltz
Director: Mike Clattenburg
Genres: Comedy, Television
NR     2009     20hr 0min

NTSC/Region 1. 13 DVD box set. Includes the complete series of the cult Canadian TV series. Packaged in a cooler lunch-bag style sack! Universal. 2009.


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Actors: Shelley Thompson, Hugh Dillon, Michael Jackson, Jonathan Torrens, Nichole M. Hiltz
Director: Mike Clattenburg
Genres: Comedy, Television
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Comedy
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 06/30/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 20hr 0min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 13
SwapaDVD Credits: 13
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 8
Edition: Box set,Import
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Not complete!
Sampson Simpson | Canada | 09/01/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Despite the title, this is not a complete series. Read on for details.

Trailer Park Boys is for everyone who:

1. Is not easily offended.
2. Loves loosely scripted and highly improvised dialogue.
3. Love Rush and/or Helix.
4. Loves the east coast and Canada.

Ricky and Julian are two criminals from Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Nova Scotia. They can't seem to figure life out, so they keep doing what they do best: Coming up with often rediculous and always illegal ways to get rich quick. Sometimes it works, sometimes they get caught, but one factor always remains: They never get to keep the cash. Something always happens.

Bubbles is their innocent best friend, yet also their sometimes unwilling partner in crime. Bubbles is arguably the most funny and most popular character on the show.

Mr. Lahey and Randy run Sunnyvale -- or try to, while Ricky, Julian and Bubbles drive them to drink and drugs. Lahey may be an ex-cop, but that doesn't mean he follows the letter of the law.

Other supporting characters include J-Roc and T, Sunnyvale's own rap artists who try to make the big time, and make "greasy" adult films. Lucy and Sarah are sometimes allies, but more often antogonists to Ricky and Julian. They usually mean well, but often cause problems for the boys. Barb Lahey owns Sunnyvale, and is Jim Lahey's ex-wife. Her allegiance shifts from season to season and she cannot be trusted. Lastly, Trinity is Ricky and Lucy's daughter. Trinity gets into trouble sometimes, but Bubbles and the boys will always be there to protect her. And let's not forget Conky....

The writing on this show is, quite frankly, deceptively brilliant. Ricky's dialogue in particular is quite well written and delivered. Take this line for example: "Providences like Texas and Calgary have all the oil." There's three jokes right there in one line, if you care to take a look. For fans of Canadiana, this is a must. Any show that has Helix, April Wine, and Rita McNeil references is OK by me. (Look for cameos by Canadians such as Rita, Brian Vollmer from Helix, Sebastian Bach of Skid Row, and Alex Lifeson of Rush.)

Bonus features abound, including alternate takes (some funnier than the takes they used), behind the scenes features, deleted scenes, and...yes!...the Tragically Hip video for "The Darkest One". Not only is it a great song (one of my Hip favourites) but the video takes place in Sunnyvale. In addition to the Hip, the video stars Ricky, Julian, Bubbles, a whole bunch of kitties, and Don freakin' Cherry. A masterpiece music video.

While attractively packaged in a cooler bag, I cannot give this set 5 stars. The reason being is that for a set called "Complete" it is missing some essentials.

1. The Christmas episode.
2. The final episode "Say Goodnight To The Bad Guys".
3. A couple documentaries that aired on TV.

There's also the original pilot which has never been released on DVD, and a short called Cart Boy (but I have been told it's on the first season as an Easter egg).

Still, if you have no Trailer Park Boys yet, this is an obvious no-brainer. Even Ricky could figure out that this is the way to go.

Four stars -- five for the show, minus one for not including the above episodes.


Addendum: In 2010 look for the new show from these guys, plus Alex Lifeson from Rush. It is called "The Drunk And On Drugs Happy Funtime Hour" and it looks like it will be another crazy show!

Canada...they make the BEST comedies!
John Salerno | Las Vegas, Nevada | 08/29/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Trailer Park Boys...what can I say...if you get the white trash street humor you will love it, if you don't you won't like it. This series is a "mockumentary" that follows hapless knuckleheads and all of their trailer park neighbors through daily life. Their whole life is about scams, smokin' and growin' "dope" (weed), going to jail and fighting with the trailer park supervisor, who is an alcoholic former cop who treats the park as his city. It is hilarious from start to finish. The actors are so good, you actually would believe they are as dumb as they appear in show, but brilliant is more the description. I highly recommend getting the entire series and watch from the first episode to let the characters develop, you will not be disappointed. If you're hesitant to buy the entire series, rent from net flix first and see if you like the trailer park humor. There are also many clips on you tube. Just to follow up. The price here at amazon in the U.S. is 114.00 but if you go to amazon . ca in Canada, the price is only $66.00 plus a minimal charge for shipping, saving you over 40 dollars on the entire series."
BBQ Queen | NW Indiana | 09/11/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Love the cooler that the set came in. Love the collection. Fast delivery. Of course the TPBs are a million laughs."
J. Combs | Western North Carolina | 08/28/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I got this set for my husband for his birthday and it is awesome. So far we have watched through season 3 and are really enjoying this program. My husband especially liked the cooler bag the set came in. No problems with shipping, it arrived in about 3-4 days."