It’s like fuckin’ Christmas in April as the Boys unwrap some more amazing (and fancily-wrapped) shit on today’s episode of Mailbag! Gifts include a greasy gift from King of Donair, some sneaky snaps of Paul McCartney, and awesome photographic art! They also attempt to track down the sender of the Dick In A Box…
Setember is here – it is now the 9th month of the year 20…16/17/18, whatever the fuck it is, and the Boys are establishing a “no-suck guarantee” for this episode of the Trailer Park Boys Podcast, now available on iTunes and Libsyn!
The Boys snack on popcorn that may or not be flavoured like Julian’s nut sack, Ricky laments the extinction of the massive Passenger Pigeon, and Bubbles looks up the cost of the most expensive bang doll on eBay.
PLUS: Why in the fuck is Julian interested in burying Bubbles and Ricky alive?!
The Boys want to make sure they take this week’s episode of the Trailer Park Boys Podcast to the next level, so Bubbles is cranking into the Freedom 35 Lager.
After what Ricky thought were a few week episodes of the podcash, Ricky wants to instil a no-suck guarantee, but none of the Boys have any fucking clue how about how they will pull that off. Bubbles comes up with a new segment in which the Boys shop for fucked things on eBay, with fucky results.
PLUS: Ricky and Bubbles talk about the flavour of Julian’s nutsack. Sweet, salty, cheesy?!
It’s raining like fuck in Sunnyvale and the Boys are singing all about it on the Trailer Park Boys Podcast, now available on iTunes and Libsyn!
Bubbles challenges Ricky and Julian to come up with as many rain-related songs as possible, as the rain hammers down on the rooftop below. And holy fuck are there ever a lot of DECENT songs about rain! He tries to edge them into a sun-related competition but enough is e-fucking-nough.
The Boys are a little off-kilter after Ricky slid some magic mushrooms into their breakfast omelette, and topped their pancakes with weed butter. This altered state of mind brings the Boys down some fucky roads, and they play a dark, cringe-worthy game of “If You Had To.”
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 podcast – Ricky learned about absorption. He came into Podcast 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?
On this week’s Trailer Park Boys Podcast: Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith is this week’s guest – and he’s brought his guitar! He talks about a trip to Paul McCartney’s house, Japanese toilets, and eavesdropping on Elton John.