Julian plans on offering some premium holiday decorations, re-marketed from wealthy neighbourhoods, at his annual Christmas pop-up shop in the park (Ricky contends that rich people don’t need all that extra shit anyway). What with the success of “Cyborg Monday,” the Boys wonder if they can somehow cash in on Amazon’s success and think up some fucked names for online companies.
Ricky and Bubbles learn about the sexy time when Julian met Dolph Lundgren on the elevator when they chat about fucked movie facts, and Bubbles expresses his extreme distaste for Tom fucking Cruise.
PLUS: Would Bubbles sink or swim on the Shark Tank, and is his idea any better than drinking water from Buffalo sacks?
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The latest episode of the Trailer Park Boys Podcast, now available on iTunes and Libsyn, was full of fucking spills and thrills! Several drinks were spilled and Bubbles’ computer may be a casualty.
The Boys reminisce about the music of Rick Astley, and Bubbles claims that Astley is the original inspiration for Ricky’s now-famous hair do. Ricky denies that, but then again, he doesn’t remember much from those days. The man smoked a lot of dope.
Speaking of Ricky being stoned as fuck, the dope that he’s been smoking lately has made him extremely fucking convinced that the earth is indeed flat. Bubbles takes issue with that, and all Flat-Earthers, and they dive into a roaring debate.
The Boys also discuss Michael J Fox’s middle name, Paul McCartney’s sexual (?) album Ram, and The Ties that Bind Families.
PLUS: What would you pay for Randy “Macho Man” Savage’s wrestling trunks? Would you pay more if you were guaranteed they touched his bare cock and balls?
Holy fuck, the Boys should’ve worn rain jackets on this week’s episode of the Trailer Park Boys Podcast! There are spills-a-plenty, and nothing is safe, not even Bubbles’ laptop!
But there was an upside to the numerous spills on the podcash – Ricky learned about absorption. He came into podcash 96 thinking that plastic was a suitable material for cleaning up spills. After plenty of denial and error on this episode, he arrives at paper towel.
The Boys also discuss the Flat-Earther movement, comprised of fucking morons who think that the Earth is indeed flat, surrounded by an ice wall (to keep in the ocean water), and covered by a dome. Well, you may or may not be surprised to learn that one of the three Boys on this podcast is a member of this fucking moronic movement, and his name rhymes with Dickey.
PLUS: If Randy “Macho Man” Savage’s bare balls and cock touched an old pair of his ring trunks, does that add value?