Trailer Park Boys: Season Seven

Trailer Park Boys: Season Seven
Once again, the most dysfunctional place in Canada is back to its old tricks: get rich quick scams, dope deals and being greasy. Season seven is a little different than past ones as for once Julian, Ricky and Bubbles are at peace with the newest officer of the law Jim Lahey, Ray is now the trailer park supervisor and some minor characters start to become ever present. Phil Collins and Randy are working on the debut of the "dirty burger” and Jacob Collins, with the aid of his two idiotic mates, ends up on a trial run to assume the positions of Corey and Trevor. To make it official, their task is to set up a system of train tracks that cross over from the Canada to the U.S. so the boys can use the stolen Swayze Express to deliver dope to Sebastian Bach. A drunken cheeseburger party with Lahey, Randy and Phil almost burns down a trailer, forcing Lahey to unfurl a plan to remove George Green and Ted Johnson from the police force with a staged beating of Ray in "Three Good Men Are Dead.” This season features a huge twist when everyone finds out that Randy got Lucy knocked up, causing Lahey to hit the bottle hard, as well as to convince Randy to get back together with him so they can get the reward of $50,000 for the Swayze Express in "Let The Liquor Do The Thinking.” This is easily one of the best written seasons yet, diving into the lives of multiple characters while keeping everything in the tightly knit community of Sunnyvale Trailer Park, while Jacob Collins starts to rock Julian’s look and with the help of his two friends, parallels Julian, Ricky and Bubbles, but dumber. The bloated stomach and gurgling of his father Phil, with his "mustard tiger” shirt, is disgustingly white trash, but irresistibly funny. The ending for this season is the most hilarious and surprising yet, as during the ending of "A Shit River Runs Through It,” Ricky for once proves to have the most intelligent solution, making the FBI agents, Park Rangers and Jim Lahey look like morons. Extra featurettes include "Weed Hunt,” where backstage hands look for the plants they use in place of dope, showing how they prepare it for the show, and more. (Alliance)