Trailer Park Boys Heart Of Dartmouth
Trailer Park Boys is a Canadian mockumentary television series created and directed by Mike Clattenburg and a continuation of Clattenburg's 1999 film of the same name. The series focuses on the misadventures of a group of trailer park residents, some of whom are ex-convicts, living in the fictional Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Trailer Park Boys Heart Of Dartmouth
Clattenburg had relied on his old high school buddies, John PaulTremblay and Robb Wells, to play the key roles of Julian andRicky, two guys who live in a trailer park and are alwaysplanning the big score that will let them retire before they turn35.
Soon viewers south of the border will also be getting a taste ofthe trailer park's humour. BBC America will begin airing thefirst season of Trailer Park Boys in the United States onThursday, April 15.
Despite his contempt for the citizens of Sunnyvale, even Mr Lahey is an integral part of the community. In season two, Mr Lahey drunkenly makes a speech in his bid for reelection as trailer park supervisor:
A native of Nova Scotia, Canada, Dunsworth participated in his local acting community and then signed on to Trailer Park Boys in 2001. The series followed the misadventures of a group of trailer park residents in the fictitious Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Dunsworth played the park supervisor Jim Lahey, who was, more often than not, drunk while trying to stop the scheming of trailer park residents Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles.
Back at the park, the boys compile their orders and prepare to make the drops, but Lahey is watching, and Julian sends Bubbles to distract him. Lahey warns them about 'shit-winds' and Bubbles gets worried.
Recently out of jail and completely broke, Julian has a plan to get outrageously rich. However, he first has to deliver his product to Montreal where his rival Cyrus is waiting to close the deal. In the meantime, the government's plan to legalize marijuana threatens Ricky and his dope business, so he goes to Ottawa to take action against the impending bill. With Julian and Ricky on a road trip, Bubbles joins the pair with his own agenda - to go find the inheritance left for him by his long-lost parents. The trio runs into trouble when ex-park supervisor Jim Lahey and Randy go after the boys in hopes of making them rot in jail. Air Date : 18th-Apr-2014 Read More
Doot doot doot doot doot doot ...Yeah!How many times have you sat out on the deckGettin' wreckedWaitin' to collect a check?Knowin' that's as good as life is ever gonna getKnowin' when you're from the parkIt's in your bloodIt's in your sweatHad some doubts and bets an' bouts of insanityIs it society or is it just vanityThat makes me plan to be the man that I plan to be?Instead I can't see the forest(Where's the forest at?)Right in front of meFor the treesIt's a social disease and all them other MC's are on my back like fleas(Get off me!)Please!J to the R-O-C is so hardO.L.P. ain't even gettin' royalties from meHelp my f**k!They're gonna come get me?Steal a whole album worth of samples cuz they'll let meCold stole a diamond ring to make my girl my wife(Wife)That's trailer park lifeDoot doot doot doot doot doot ...Rain made a (Raine Maida [he is the lead singer of Our Lady Peace and they use a sample of one of there songs though "rain made a" is the corrent line])Pool in the backyardThe kids playThey're only ten but actin' hardAll dayCuz the apple don't fall farFrom the treeWhadja think?They grow up and write their S.A.T's?Be Gretzky's?Race jetskis professionally?Naw dawg!For that you need opportunityAnd in the park when opportunity knocksOpen up - it's the cops!(Get the f**k down!)Lemme tell ya cuz it's dam hard to thrive yoWhen everywhere you turnYou're confronted by the Five OhDenied thoughThe right to be a saintNow ask me if I'm with that sh*tCuz I ain'tThey found ten gramsSeized my whipAnd took my knife(Knife)That's trailer park lifeDoot doot doot doot doot doot ...(Yeah Ray) (I think its Raine[J-Roc said stole a whole album worth of samples so its a reply from Raine's lawyerasking for royalties for the sample obviousley a joke])?Yeah I got that letter from your lawyer. I ain't payin'! that dawg!)Another sticky day in SunnyvaleJulian and Ricky cold busted outta jailFirst off to the LC to buy their rum and cokesRollin' around in the Sh*tmobile tryin' to bumb smokesBack to the park always theirs to reclaim(Yo what's up J-Roc?)I'm at the top of my game(J-Roc remember the time you directed that porn?)I had my shirt off my sh*t out but kept the lights on(No J-Roc the porn that you made)Well the suckers got sucked and the playas got played(That's the one)I'm still kickin' itYou know that I've been thoughFrom 6th floor school book depository windowSprayin' rhymes on the grassy knoll down belowIt's a sin thoughThat suckers can't seeMy rhymes are the branchesAnd I am the treeThe sh*t is dope BAin't got no candySo you best get out my eyes before I take you down like BambiMy rhymes are harder than that big ol' gut on RandyMy joints are tighter than the nerves of Mr. LaheyI jack my chips from Trevor and Cory(Hey gimme a chip!)SorryWalk a mile in my Nikes and feel the pain and strife(Strife)That's trailer park life(Trailer park life)Doot doot doot doot doot doot ...That's trailer park life.
Age 54, of Maclaughlin Road, passed away peacefully on Monday, May 1, 2017, in Dartmouth General Hospital. Lorraine hailed from the community of North Preston. She was a daughter of Mr. Wiley Cain and the late Mrs. Shirley Cain. She married Michael Buchan and was the mother of Magael and Morgan. Novelee was the choir director for the Children's Choir of Saint Thomas United Baptist Church. She held this role for more than 13 years. She was a member of Conquerors for Christ and United for Christ Gospel singing groups. She was also featured in several Eastlink commercials. Novelee was one of the lead performers of the CBC and Vision TV television production "Hallelujah". She was a lead soloist with the Nova Scotia Mass Choir and returned for guest appearances whenever called upon. Novelee had sung with the Winans, Cissy Houston, Mavis Staples, Gary Beals, Alfie Zappacosta, The Rankins, Jackie Richardson, Dutchie Mason, the Carson Downey Band, Jeremiah Sparks, to name a few. She even had the privilege of singing for the Queen of England! As well, Novelee acted with Danny Glover, Harrison Ford, The Trailer Park Boys and Louis Gossett Jr. Novelee performed for audiences in Canada, the United States and internationally, as far away as Czechoslovakia. She performed in productions such as Jesus Christ Superstar, A Christmas Song, Drum, Dream Girls, and the Book of Negroes. Novelee was the recipient of the 2016 African Nova Scotian Music Association's (ANSMA) Pioneer Award. She was especially honoured by this award because it came from her homeland as an acknowledgement of her years of performing both locally and abroad. Novelee's last performance was on her 54th birthday, this past February 16, in Halifax Central Library, 5440 Spring Garden Rd., for the Lift Every Voice 2 - A Musical Showcase. She was a passionate performer who put her heart and soul into every note. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her. She is survived by her loving husband, Micheal; sons, Magael "Mookie", and Morgan; sisters, Vernelda (Keith), Mazie (Alfred), Elaine (Wayne), Olive (Kimoon), Gwen (Kevin), Carrenle (Daniel), Charmaine, Kim, Cindy; brothers, Morgan (Bernadine), Chan, Farrell (Chantel), Tyson; godfather, John Thompson; godmothers, Delfina Dixon and Linda Williams; godchildren, Lee Marion, Cavllier Tionne, A'zien, Markie, Kemo, Antroinette, Melly, Melanie, Terika; many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. She was predeceased by grandparents, James and Maugeritte Willis, Ted and Mildred Cain. Memorial service will be held today, May 5, from 7-9 p.m. with funeral Saturday, May 6, at 1 p.m., both in North Preston Community Rec. Centre, North Preston; Rev Wallace Smith officiating. Interment in Downey Road Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Novelty Scholarship Fund of Nova Scotia. Special thanks to the 3 East Nursing Unit at Dartmouth General Hospital.
Sometimes the hardest task was simply finding the right house, back in the days before cell phones and GPS systems. One snowy December evening, a call came from a new trailer park. On the phone, the mother said I couldn't miss their white trailer with a green wreath. When I arrived at the park, dozens of wreath-bedecked, white mobile homes twinkled below. Even the manager's white trailer, where I stopped to ask directions, sported a green wreath.