Cheers to Jimmie from Worst Case Ontario for winning our #TPBFreedom35 contest for Canada’s 150th Borntday! Nothing quite says Sunnyvale like driving a beer can up a chicken’s arse. And is it just us, or is that bird flipping us the bird?!
We had some DECENT runners-up too!
Erika from Nova Scotia rocked the Ricky look while enjoying an ice-cold Freedom 35 lager by the lake.
Kody from Ontario went full Bobandy in this pic, driving a burger and a Freedom 35 into his cheeseburger locker!
Natalia from New Brunswick brought a Freedom 35 with her while she watched a fighter jet fly over Parliament Hill in Ottawa!
Thanks to everyone who entered the contest — it was a hard fucking decision and the competition was stiff! We think you all deserve an ice-cold can of Freedom 35 lager for your efforts. It’s available in most parts of Canada; check your local liquor store to see if they have it. If they don’t, then demand they bring the DECENT lager in!
Maybe it wasn’t the best idea to have a Halloween theme for the latest episode of The Jim Lahey Show and Randy.
Though Randy is full of enthusiasm (candy, dressing up, oh my!), we are reminded that Mr. Lahey HATES Halloween, due to the traumatic incidents of Halloween 1977. The painful memories turn Lahey into the LIQUOR.
But, the show must go on! Randy prepares some BRAIN BURGERS for “Randy’s Kitchen” and Mr. Lahey shows us some footage of a boozy boat trip that he and Randy took to Nova Scotia’s most famous landmark, Peggy’s Cove!
It’s gonna be a merrier Christmas in Nova Scotia this year! The Trailer Park Boys’ very own Liquormen’s Ol’ Dirty Canadian Whisky is now available in selected NSLC stores across the province. Click here for a list of current retailers: http://bit.ly/1QxOGY2
Look out for more Liquor News soon!
The Trailer Park Boys cast and crew were out in force at Wednesday’s rally in Halifax to support the Nova Scotia film and TV industry.
It isn’t just about Sunnyvale! Many other TV shows and movies are produced in Nova Scotia. Recent productions include Haven, The Book of Negroes, Lizzie Borden, Jessie Stone, Moby Dick, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, and of course Mr. D, which stars TPB favourites Jonathan Torrens and Gerry “suck it, Donny” Dee! Let’s hope the politicians listen and #SaveSunnyvale and 2,000+ #NSFilmJobs!
The future of TPB and other Nova Scotia-based productions are at risk!
The Nova Scotia government is proposing to cut the Film & Television Tax Credit, a vital credit that helps produce amazing shows and movies in the province – INCLUDING TRAILER PARK BOYS!
Please watch and share this video, write to FinanceMinister@novascotia.ca, tweet @NSFinance and use the hashtag #SaveSunnyvale. There’s more information about the issue HERE. Thanks for any help you can give us!