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Lucy and Sarah (Ex-girlfriends) Trinity (Possible Daughter) Julian and Bubbles (Best Friends) There are three films in the series: The Movie, released on October 6, 2006; Countdown to Liquor Day, released on September 25, 2009; and Don't Legalize It, released on April 18, 2014. In October 2012, Wells, along with Tremblay and Smith, signed on to return to Trailer Park Boys in a third film that started filming in March 2013 and was released April 18, 2014. Portrayed by Robb Wells, the character was created by series creator Mike Clattenburg. His dope is considered by most people in the trailer park, including Ricky himself, to be the very best. Shot himself during a gunfight with Cyrus and Sam. Jeanna Harrison, Actress: Trailer Park Boys. Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day is a conclusion to "Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys", the television special that ended the series after its seventh season. ... Robb Wells, the actor who plays Ricky on the Showcase hit comedy Trailer Park Boys hails from Moncton, along with Chris Lee, Jacques Daigle, Julie Doiron, an indie rock musician, and Holly Dignard the actress who plays Nicole Miller on the CTV series Whistler. Ricky smokes cigarettes very, very often, although he never seems to have any, instead preferring to bum them off of other people (usually Trevor). Trailer Park Boys: The Movie, also known as Trailer Park Boys: The Big Dirty and simply Trailer Park Boys, is a 2006 Canadian crime dark comedy film based on the television series Trailer Park Boys. Richard "Ricky" Lafleur She additionally appeared in Beefcake and the shorts The Bridge and Treevenge. During the credits for Hobo with a Shotgun, Wells' name is incorrectly spelled as "Rob Wells". When we first meet Ricky, it's not clear whether Ricky lives with Lucy or not, but they do seem to share space in some way. For example, he is fine with Trinity driving around the park in the shitmobile, being a bottle kid, stealing bikes and tire rims, smoking cigarettes, getting drunk, etc., stating that he was allowed to do so when young, and he turned out fine. Despite his professed lack of intelligence, Ricky is actually very skilled in a myriad of ways. When in the mood, Ricky has been known to taunt people with a 'knock knock joke', which isn't a joke per se, merely a method of getting a person's attention and then rambling off whatever rhetoric he wants to say about what's going on at that moment. Ricky is also shown to be extremely selfish, often thinking for himself more than others. Every episode, Every season. Portrayed by Swearnet: The Movie is a 2014 Canadian comedy film directed by Warren P. Sonoda, written, produced by and starring Mike Smith, John Paul Tremblay, and Robb Wells, stars of the Canadian television series Trailer Park Boys. Sometime between Seasons 11 and 12 the Shitmobile is apparently no longer operable as Ricky has a new car and built a deck over the Shitmobile where he now resides. It was released in Canada on October 6, 2006, and a limited release in the United States began on January 25, 2008. Shot with a potato gun while trying to track who, or what was damaging their marijuana field. Nose broken by Bubbles when he slammed the door of his shed into him. Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day is a 2009 Canadian mockumentary crime/black comedy film directed by Mike Clattenburg, and based on the Canadian television series Trailer Park Boys. He is a co-founder of Swearnet.com and often appears in sketches for the internet media channel. He hates squirrels and will shoot them on sight. Jeanna Harrison was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia and grew up in the small town of Antigonish. He appears in the films: Trailer Park Boys: The Movie (2006), Countdown to Liquor Day (2009), and Don't Legalize It (2014). The seventh and final season of the series' original run on Showcase ended in 2007, with its final episode, "Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys", premiering as a one-hour special on December 7, 2008. Almost froze himself to death with a giant industrial air conditioner he hooked up to his trailer. Julian also appears in four films; one short, and three feature length. John and his wife Andrea Tremblay have three children. Watch Queue Queue. On July 4, 2013, it was announced that Wells, Tremblay and Smith had acquired the rights to Trailer Park Boys and confirmed it would return with eighth and ninth seasons to be aired on the internet channel SwearNet.com. Age Crushed by the collapsing walls of his trailer. Drunk and stoned, Ricky accepts -- even though he is not really sure why -- but then gets dumped by Barb when he is sent to prison.[11]. He is very clumsy, and tends to trip and fall in the most inopportune moments, such as every time he is standing on an incline, or walking down one. Most of all, Ricky is a near savant at growing marijuana. He is also not shy to light a smoke in public places. Shauna MacDonald is a Canadian television and film actress, director, producer, writer, voice actor, and radio announcer. In January 2006, The Globe and Mail published an article in which it was revealed that Wells is a distant cousin of the former Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper. Shot by someone with a shotgun while on his way to harvest his weed. John Francis Dunsworth was a Canadian actor, best known for playing the alcoholic trailer park supervisor Jim Lahey on the comedy series Trailer Park Boys. Real-life daughter of the late John Dunsworth, the actor who played Mr. Jim Lahey. Jeanna Harrison was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia and grew up in the small town of Antigonish. She additionally appeared in Beefcake and the shorts The Bridge and Treevenge. As a person with only a stunted education, he has scarcely grown up beyond the age he was when he stopped having a formal education; he is the same person he was as a youth. He has failed Grade 6 three times,[16], because he was drunk most of the time), and didn't pass grade 10 until he resumed his schooling in his adulthood).[17]. She started acting at only 5 years old on the show Trailer Park Boys in the original black-and-white pilot program as Ricky's (alleged) daughter Trinity. Lucy's second child, Baby Randy, is not Ricky's child, although he did act as father figure along with Randy to some extent. In 2010, Wells reunited with many of his former Trailer Park Boys cast-mates in the new series The Drunk and On Drugs Happy Fun Time Hour . It is the third and final film in the Trailer Park Boys franchise, and a sequel to Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day (2009). They hook up again after Lucy gets out of jail. He appears in the feature-length films: Trailer Park Boys: The Movie (2006), Countdown to Liquor Day (2009), and Don't Legalize It (2014). The story culminates in Ricky heading to Parliament Hill in Ottawa, where he tries to prevent the legalization of cannabis. Ricky is also grandfather to Mo, Trinity's child with Jacob Collins. Ricky seems a little impervious to physical damage. It has developed into a cult film since then. Lucy's second child, Baby Randy, is not Ricky's child, although he did act as father figure along with Randy to some extent. Michael Smith is a Canadian actor, screenwriter, comedian and musician born in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, and raised in Thorburn. In Season 6, while Julian is working buying and flipping trailers, he also buys and fixes one up for Ricky that he ends up growing dope in and living in and out of up until Season 12. Ricky is (assumed to be) the father of Trinity with Lucy being her mother. After it was picked up by big-time producer Barrie Dunn, she continued to act on the popular Canadian... Trinity on 'Trailer Park Boys' 'Memba Her?! Tremblay and Wells also appeared in the 2002 family film Virginia's Run, though not as Ricky and Julian. She started acting at only 5 years old on the show Trailer Park Boys in the original black-and-white pilot program as Ricky's (alleged) daughter Trinity. In the film, Ricky, Julian and Bubbles attempt a series of get-rich-quick schemes, but are again pursued by Sunnyvale Trailer Park supervisor Jim Lahey. He once spent 7 hours trapped in a freezer. The character is portrayed by Mike Smith, Bubbles is one of the three main characters on the show along with Ricky LaFleur and Julian He was created by series creator Mike Clattenburg. The television series, a continuation of Clattenburg's 1999 film of the same title, premiered on Showcase in 2001. Ricky does a lot of crimes, most often than not it is dealing drugs like Weed or Hash. Things seem to be going well, despite her earlier (and later) opinions that he is a loser, but it doesn't last beyond the season and things go back to the way they were between them both. He is best known for playing Randy on the television series Trailer Park Boys. Ricky, Julian and Bubbles all grew up in the trailer park together. It was announced in 2014 that the seasons 8 and 9 of Trailer Park Boys will be shown on Netflix from September 5, 2014. Before Trailer Park Boys he and Wells owned a chain of pizza restaurants called J.R. Capone's. Tremblay grew up in the Dartmouth suburb of Cole Harbour where he lived on the same street and went to the same high school as Robb Wells, his future co-star of Trailer Park Boys. Trailer Park Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. For a short time in 2006, he was engaged to actress Nichole Hiltz. [9] However this only lasts until Ricky accidentally floods the motel and after the conclusion of Season 9, is allowed to move back to Sunnyvale with his family. He constantly messes things up, fails to understand the simplest concepts, mispronounces or misunderstands words and phrases, has trouble expressing complex ideas and feelings, and loses his cool when any of these things happen. He is a co-founder of Swearnet.com and often appears in sketches for the internet media channel. Wells in character as Ricky in April 2009, The Drunk and On Drugs Happy Fun Time Hour, Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day, "A big Happy Birthday "FUCK OFF" to Robb Wells! Bubbles also appears in three feature-length film. [3]. It is the second film in the Trailer Park Boys franchise, following Trailer Park Boys: The Movie (2006). Shot in the testicles by Mo who got a hold of his favourite gun. Ricky loves and dotes on his daughter, Trinity, but he seems to have trouble acting as a good parent. The show is written by Tremblay along with co-stars Robb Wells and Mike Smith. [citation needed] Robb Wells. Cole Harbour is a former unincorporated village and unincorporated community located in the Halifax Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia, Canada. He appears in the feature-length films: Trailer Park Boys: The Movie (2006), Countdown to Liquor Day (2009), and Don't Legalize It (2014). Ricky states once or twice that he has never worked at a real job, but in fact he has had three bona fide jobs: a brief stint as a mall cop,[12] he works as the Temporary Relief Assistant Park Supervisor,[13], then as the Park Supervisor. Around the time Trinity is pregnant, Ricky is forbidden access to the park and lives in the Shitmobile outside the front gates. He is one of the three main characters on the show, along with Julian and Bubbles. Ricky and Lucy conceived Trinity (at least that is what we are meant to believe, but there is some room for doubt) and experienced an on again off again relationship that carries on over time. He has even shot himself by accident. Bubbles is a fictional character in the television series Trailer Park Boys. [10] She and Ricky had oral sex during season 12. [2], In 2004, Wells appeared with John Paul Tremblay and John Dunsworth in the film Virginia's Run starring Gabriel Byrne and Joanne Whalley, playing characters similar to their Trailer Park Boys characters.

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