‘Have you tried turning it off and on again?’ ‘I’ll get me coat’. ‘Eee, turned out nice again’.
Catchphrase bingo goes next-gen in Trailer Park Boys, a squint-eyed genesplice of the mutated strains of My Name is Earl, House of 1000 Corpses, Mrs Malaprop and a swampful of cut ‘gators.
J-Roc, the racially-challenged gangsta rapper based in his mom’s trailer, Julian the snakeoil shyster, and Ricky, the man for whom the rules of language are mere guidelines. A world to dip into with abandon, and then get the hell back out before it gets too sticky.
Choose your Rickyism now: ‘go get some hyposuction’, ‘I’m just stretched out’, ‘denial and error’.
The Trailer Park Boys stage show comes to Hammersmith Apollo for one night only on Friday 3rd May. Be ready.
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The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle
Excellent! Supply and command!
I love the boys’ comedy saga so much I wrote a book about it: FIFTY SHADES OF TRAILER PARK BOYS: TPB in the Great Comedic Traditions. It’s a history of / how-to-write comedy book using TPB and other modern classics as examples. New Kindle edition features new content, available in every language! Paperback at Amazon US, UK, EU.