It’s a bonanza of keyboards, Valentine’s Day, and marine life on the latest episode of the Trailer Park Boys Podcast, now available in audio form on iTunes and Libsyn!
After discussing how they spent their Valentine’s Day (Ricky had a Sunnyvale Hat Trick – he got in a fight, got in a car accident, and got banged), the Boys chat about more ways to make money, with Julian thinking about becoming a bed-warming pimp cuddler.
Ricky busts out a new keyboard he got at the pawn shop, and Bubbles shows him some DECENT tips and tricks to help Ricky catch up to the piano-playing chicken. Ricky doesn’t stop there – he also tests his vocal skills by singing some Beatles!
PLUS: Ricky shows us how the brilliant octopus avoids predators via self-decapitation!
If a chicken can play the keyboard, so can Ricky, right?! Find out on the latest episode of the Trailer Park Boys Podcast, because Ricky got a fuckin’ keyboard at the pawn shop and Bubbles shows him a few tricks!
The Boys start the podcash by talking about how they spent Valentine’s Day. They were all with ladies, but all in uniquely different ways. Ricky found himself in the middle of what he calls a “hat trick” – he got in a fight, got in a car accident, and got banged. I guess we can call that a Sunnyvale Hat Trick!
PLUS: It’s the Life Aquatic with Ricky, as he shows us a variety of sea creatures and explains the unique ways in which an octopus evades its predators.
Ricky has big musical dreams on the latest episode of the Trailer Park Boys Podcast, now available in audio form on iTunes and Libsyn! Inspired by a YouTube video of a chicken playing piano, Ricky figures it can’t be that hard and hopes to eventually be good enough to become a Shit Rocker.
But that’s not Ricky’s only professional aspiration. He’s also thinking about trying his hand at dentistry, after all, they’re basically just mechanics with teeth, and we know from Gettin’ Learnt with Ricky that he is handy with a power tool.
We also learn the origins of the phrase “Milk and Honey,” the difference between a spider and an octopus, and the invention of rum and coke.