Ricky, Julian, Bubbles, Sam Losco, Cyrus, and Ray all plot revenge against Jim Lahey upon their release from prison.
In Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day, Ricky, Julian, Bubbles, Sam Losco, Cyrus, and Ray all plot revenge against Jim Lahey upon their release from prison. Directed by series creator Mike Clattenburg, the film stars Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay, John Dunsworth, Mike Smith, and Patrick Roach. The film is set to unleash its nastiness on September 25th, 2009.
Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day was released September 25th, 2009.Read More
Last December, Canadian Channel Showcase aired the final episode of its long running hit sitcom Trailer Park Boys with a farewell special entitled Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys. But don't fret. Even though this will be the last time Ricky, Bubbles, and Julian grace the small screen, they will be back soon enough in their second feature length film Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day. This latest adventure will act as a direct follow-up to the series' ending calamity that saw all of the boys in jail at the end of Goodnight. In the film, Ricky, Julian, Bubbles, Sam Losco, Cyrus, and Ray are all plotting their revenge against Jim Lahey upon their release from prison. But this isn't the only trick these guys have up their sleeve. According to The Vancouver Sun, the three main actors will be returning to television soon enough with another all-new series.
Robb Wells (Ricky), Jean Paul Termbley (Julian) and Mike Smith (Bubbles) are currently in the process of writing this new sitcom. Wells told the Sun, "Tentatively, right now, it's called The Drunk and on Drugs Happy Fun-Time Hour. That's just a working title." The trio has already completed the first five scripts with the hopes of filming them soon. It will be a very black comedy, and the first season will run a total of seven episodes in total. It will most likely air sometime in the fall. But don't look for their signature characters to be making appearances. This time, the trio will be playing completely different, multiple roles.Read More