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Trailer Park Boys: The Complete Fourth Season (Deluxe Two-Disc Set)

Trailer Park Boys    Unrated   DVD
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The decrepit, loathsome and preposterously funny world of Sunnyvale Trailer Park begins season four in familiar fashion when anxious Julian (John Paul Tremblay), shirtless Randy (Patrick Roach), and hard-luck Lahey (John Dunsworth) all return home from prison. Typically, things have changed in the old neighborhood. Hirsute Ricky (Robb Wells) and weird Bubbles (Mike Smith) are growing a new dope farm and Lahey's old manager's trailer is now occupied by a new park boss (that would be Ricky). Things go downhill from there as subsequent episodes find a battle for possession of the park financed by pot, Bubbles takes on a wrestling persona as the Green Bastard, a cougar residing in the marijuana fields beats hell out of several of these losers, and Julian is mistaken for a Sasquatch. If one is new to Trailer Park Boys, getting used to the mockumentary-style textures, rhythms, and language of the show takes a little time. But once one adapts, this Canadian comedy is well worth the effort. --Tom Keogh

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Clattenberg and Co. have decided to shake things up a little bit in season 4, and alter a successful formula. This is something they would not be afraid to do in later seasons, usually quite successfully. Season 4 features some of the Trailer Park Boys' all-time best episodes, included S04E05 aka "Conky".

As revealed at the end of season 3, Lahey & Randy, as well as Julian, have ended up in jail. Ricky is now the Trailer Park Supervisor, and Bubbles is his assistant. They spend their days playing hash hockey (which, according to Sarah, is all they do). Ricky also has been using his position for illegal credit card scams, using the park money, and illegal satellite dishes. (His response to the satellite guys is, "You don't own space. Nay-sa (Nasa) does.")

Julian, Randy, and Lahey are out of jail early to find that Ricky has quarantined several trailers (including Julian's) behind a giant wall where he is growing dope. J-Roc, T, and new addition DVS (aka "DVD") are on board to help Ricky sell his dope at the Snoop Dogg concert. Lahey and Randy, now homeless, are powerless to do anything. That doesn't stop them from trying....

While I won't spoil all the twists and turns of this season, I will tell you some of the absolute highlights.

1. Conky. The greatest character in the show's history makes his debut, in the best episode of the entire run.
2. The Green Bastard. Bubbles gets to live his dream of being a wrestler, in a fight over who gets to control the park.
3. Rita MacNeil. Sure, Ricky could have been nicer to Rita and her band, but harvesting dope is a stressful thing. Rita is obviously a good sport and a cool woman for appearing on the show as herself.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT DVD, but Previews Suck!! April 12 2005
By A Customer
Of course the Trailer Park Boys DVD is great as usual, featuring many special features. The big disappointment has NOTHING to do with the show. When you first pop in the DVD, you are FORCED to watch movie previews for about 5 minutes before you can get to TPB. And you can't skip them! As usual, Great Job for the Trailer Park Boys, but for the DVD company, let's skip these ads next time around!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Previews Very Annoying, but TPB's Excellent! April 17 2005
By Todd
Excellent DVD set and very, very funny.
Unfortunately, what makes this set very upsetting is that it forces you to watch two very long unrelated movie previews/ads, prior to getting to the Trailer Park Boys Menu. You CAN NOT skip past them and must watch them every time you put this DVD in your player. Advice: watch it on your personal computer where you can skip the previews. Still worth buying.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars July 14 2014
By Mia M
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it was fn awesome!!!
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