112 minutes – Comedy
Release date: August 29, 2014
DVD Release date: December 23, 2014
Canadian Distributor: Entertainment One Films
Images courtesy of Entertainment One Films
The Trailer Park Boys might be the most successful, iconic Canadian comedy export since Bob & Doug McKenzie, but when they lose the rights to the Trailer Park Boys franchise, overnight they become three more out-of-work actors, struggling to pay the bills. Frustrated and desperate, Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith all struggle with their post-Trailer Park Boys lives. Robb is unfulfilled with his
dead-end marketing job and is dating the psychotically jealous, but incredibly stunning, Julie. JP is married to a hulking but loving weightlifter named Rachel and will soon be a new daddy, but lives in the shadow of his racecar-driving father, who recently passed away. Mike seems to have adjusted the best to post-Trailer Park Boys stardom by moving in with his friend Pat Roach (who played Randy on the Trailer Park Boys) and using his TV money to live a 24-hour playboy party lifestyle. But all this comes to a dead stop when the CTC Television network responsible for their success, denies them a new contract. As the gauntlet is thrown down, they embark on creating their own internet media channel called Swearnet. They enlist the help of Pat, whom they mold into the channel’s mascot: a spandex superfan named Swearman, who gets them into more trouble than they can handle.