- Actors: Various
- Format: Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Import, NTSC
- Language: English
- Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
- Number of discs: 2
- MPAA Rating:
- Studio: Alliance Films
- Release Date: May 8 2007
- Run Time: 136 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- ASIN: B000NO23YE
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Trailer Park Boys: Season 6 (Deluxe 2-disc Set)
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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. This set includes 2 DVDs.
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Buying the DVDs from Amazon.ca is almost half the price as Amazon in the states. Come on Amazon, they are the same region so they will play both in the U.S. and Canada.
Yes, piss jugs. Seems that Ricky's father Ray (Barrie Dunn) is still living in his old truck cab, and can't break the old trucker habit of peeing in jugs. It's the way of the road, he says, even though his truck cab doesn't move an inch.
Piss jugs of varying hues of yellow and orange inhabit every episode of the brief but hilarious season 6. Only six episodes once again, but five of those six are classic. (The only one I didn't enjoy was "Oscar Goldman".)
Randy has finally dumped Mr. Lahey for his out of control drinking. Randy finds a new love in a surprising place, and Lahey straightens himself out. But he pretends to be drunk to ensnare Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles and send them back to prison. In the meantime, the Boys have started some businesses of their own: "Kittyland Lovecenter" for Bubs, "Garbageland" for Ricky (basically selling stolen goods and garbage), and "Corey and Trevor's Convenients Store".
Season 6 is more of what you love about Trailer Park Boys. After the somewhat darker Season 5, the 6th season takes you back to a more familiar setting. In a way, this season was treading water a bit, with many familiar story elements returning (Lahey quitting drinking, Randy leaving him, etc). Things do change quite drastically at the end in one of the best episodes ever ("Halloween 1977") which sets up the finale that was Season 7.
Make sure you watch the other seasons first or you won't really understand who these people are and why they do what they do. But do pick it up!
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