Now on iTunes and Libsyn – The Final 16th of 2016!

Ricky claims he would fight a tiger

The Boys tackle a wide range of absolutely fucked topics on the latest edition of the Trailer Park Boys Podcast, now available on iTunes and Libsyn!

Ricky’s mind is blown because this podcast takes place on December 16th, the final “16th” of 2016!  Is that a wild coincidence or what?  Julian encourages Bubbles to answer the Space Poop Challenge by inventing a better way for astronauts to take a shit, thereby winning the $30,000 prize.

Plus: Are human head transplants really on the way?  How would Julian feel about waking up with his head attached to Randy’s body?

Episode 72 is brought to you by the Official Trailer Park Boys Store (you can still get DECENT gifts in time for Christmas – last recommended date for order in the US is December 20th!) and Neat ‘King Bee’ microphones!

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  1 comment for “Now on iTunes and Libsyn – The Final 16th of 2016!

  1. Denzil Vallance
    December 22, 2016 at 2:51 pm

    Nasa doing these competitions is nothing new. My dad won $1,000,000.00 US by inventing the wooden spoon in just such a competition.

    Everyone knows how the Americans spent millions to develop the paper mate pen to write in zero gravity, while the soviets simply used pencils. Not many people realise that the Americans, or more properly my dad, invented the wooden spoon.

    Most people don’t realise that the wooden spoon wasn’t invented until after the non stick pan. Think about it, there was no need for wooden spoons before that. You could just use a metal one.

    Everyone knows that Teflon was invented as part of the space prorgram but what was kept pretty quiet was the early teething problems. The astronauts were constantly fucking up the non stick pans on apollo missions while making scrambled eggs in space so NASA organised the competition to find a solution.

    The rest is history. Dad’s invention was so successful most people can’t even recall a time it didn’t exist.

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