Trailer Park Boys: Season 3 (Deluxe 2-Disc Set)
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Ricky and Julian are, once again, out of jail. They are also rich thanks to their dope sale from the previous season. Julian begins a vodka bootlegging business, and Ricky applies for the position of assistant trailer park supervisor now that Randy has been suspended. Lahey and Ricky working together? You know that's not going to turn out well.
Before long, Julian comes up with the idea of committing a series of small crimes, so they won't get caught, and saving the money for a big cruise. Stealing gas and opening a gas station in the park seems like a good idea. This leads to the first-ever big Ricky courtroom scene of the series. If you haven't seen one of these, believe me, Ricky's courtroom scenes are always a highlight.
Meanwhile, Julian starts dating a cop, and J-Roc starts jacking other rappers tunes (he calls it "cross promoting") which leads to the debut of new character DVS, who comes to Sunnyvale looking for reckoning. Seeing Bubbles rapping during a moment of crisis is another highlight of the season, as is finding out what J-Roc is really like under that headband.
Then, one day, Bubbles finds that Rush are playing at the Metro Centre. He asks Ricky to go get him a ticket, with the only money he has.Read more ›
1. Originality. The mocu-mentitive stile is hilarious. Only seen before on "This is Spinal Tap" (that I know of).
2. Only good Canadian show ever. Sorry "Kids in the Hall" fans.
3. Bubles glasses. Enough said.
4. Pants wetting hilarity. The show has the funniest stories and jokes. From stealing barbeques to stealing Alex Lifeson (Rush).
5. Bubles rap. The solidly most hilarious thing ever. Must see.
There is only one bad thing about buying this set, peolple will not stop asking to borrrow it. This show can be enjoyed by anyone, must for your DVD collection.
In season 3, the scene of Bubbles playing and singing "Closer to the Heart" with Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson resulted in such side-splitting laughter that I literally fell off my seat. Bubbles also appears on the jumbo-tron during a live concert. The same goes for the scene where Lifeson gives the perpetually shirtless Randy a T-shirt to put on and he refuses, Bubbles enters the scene and states "Listen Randy, if somebody like Alex Lifeson gives you a f***ing t-shirt to put on, you put it on". The entire episode is hysterical beyond words. It must be seen!
The shows are tightly written with poignant euphemisms, juxapositions of scenes that display total disgard to rules and regulations of society. The Trailer Park Boys are true Anti-Heroes. With many bits of Canadiana mixed in, one of the best scenes is Ricky living in his car or "cur" - Maritime style, watching the great Canadian classic TV show "The Littlest Hobo" - Go Canada . . . all the way to the Park! This DVD series is NOT TO BE MISSED! Also, the many extras, deleted scenes and outtakes included in the DVDs are fabulous as well.
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Building up to the ultimate season - Season Four. The episodes get tighter and funnier and the characters more developed. Read morePublished on June 23 2009 by Neil Olsen
What a freaking great show. When watching, I truely believe that these characters are real, even when I know they are all performers. Read morePublished on June 8 2009 by C. LeGrow
To be honnest, season 1 and 2 of TPB are just setting the tone for the series. Its really with season 3 that things begin to be really crazy! Read morePublished on June 30 2006 by Sam Doucette
This is probly one of the funniest show ive seen and everybody should take some time to watch it.Ive been watching it from the begining and im from Victoriaville so i cant wait for... Read morePublished on March 15 2005
The Trailer Park boys have become major celebrities for a vast majority of Canadians. Their focus on comedy within a certain spectrum of social behaviour is absolutly hilarious! Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2004 by Andrea Howe