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« Reply #25 on: Jul 07, 2005, 01:09 AM »
I agree with the previous poster that the end of S5 didn't have the typical staple of happiness at the end. However these things are still there, but the quality of the show has increased so they're not as visible. I will attempt to shed light on a few.

Mr. Lahey, defenitely his breakout season (I'm not the first one to say this). But now, he's changed to his core. That to me was more shocking than anything. And continuing with that, the boys' opinion of him has fundamentally changed as well. For instance, Julian telling Mr. Lahey that he sees him as his father, knocked me on my ass, now others probably hated that moment thinking it was just a ploy. I think he was completely sincere and we've finally understand Julian's subdued affection for Jim. Now for Ricky, not only was his life saved by his arch enemy but Jim offered him a drink!. Think about the significance of that simple line and reaction. And to cap it all off, "Hey Lahey, thanks."

Folks, you have something more significant in those events than anything we've ever witnessed in TPB history. Now how does it setup next season? Good question, my thoughts. The Julian, Ricky and Lahey triangle of deceit is growing old, 5 years old. (Don't get me wrong, I LOVE it.) However from listening to Mike Clattenburg's commentaries, it is evident to me that his greatest passion is to keep TPB bleeding edge and fresh. For this reason, our beloved triangle of crazyness must make way for immense change to the show's structure, which we tasted in S5.

This left an understandably sour taste in the mouths of some, I ask those loyal fans to keep the faith and not forget the nature of change and progress. After all, change brought us the Bubbles we all love.

Many years from now, when Trailer Park Boys is looked upon as a full body of work, season five will be highly regarded by fans and critics alike, who will agree that it was the path to continuation for our favorite show.

Cheers to Season Five and all those associated with it. And cheers to everyone here at the org. For loving a show so much that it hurts. And making this the best damn Trailer Park Fourm in the world!
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« Reply #26 on: Jul 07, 2005, 09:24 AM »
I now I am a little late for reviews, but I did not have a chance to see episode 10 until last night.  

  Anyways, I feel that this season was quite strong compared to season four.  The plot was much deeper, much darker, and much more believeble, except for the laying the hash out on the drive way...  The first few episodes were a little aimless though, and the boys were having such a hard time trying to survive.  After Juilian's little jackpot from the flappy bird brother, however, the action and "drama" really set and you knew the boys were going in for quite a season, which they did.  

  I really enjoyed the character development of Juilian instead of his lumbering silence and occasional one-liners.  As stated before, Ricky'isms were relied on to heavily during the first couple of episodes, but quickly cleared after the third episode.  Ray was a nice character to bring into the spotlight, and including his trailor being burnt down, brings a sense of season two into the mixture.  John Dunsworth, once again, proves to be the best actor on that show.  The acting it must take to play such a character is beyond me.  Lehay was easily my favorite character this season as his "plan to quit drinking" acctually treated us with the most drinking anyone has ever done, anywhere.  Lehay's award scene in episode 10 is pure, fucking, gold.  Randy proves to be the same loyal assitant trailer park supervisor that Lehay fell in love with.  

  One thing that is still present in season 5 that was carried over from season 4 is the ugly, bare trailer park.  What happened to the lake and the nice, green, trailer park that we trailer park fans fell in love with during seasons 1-3?  The scenery is the only problem I have with season 5 because it takes so much of the flavor out of the show.  If I wanted to see bleakness, I'd go to Russia or something.  

  Anyways,  all in all this was a great season, and I'm willing to say it belongs up there with season 2.(up there, but not surpassing by any amount)  I'm glad to see the writers changed over from what they were doing in season 4 and I'm glad to see they still leave the show open for many great seasons to come.
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« Reply #27 on: Jul 07, 2005, 09:26 AM »
I think seasons 3 and 4 were more consistently funny but season 5 seems better as a whole than on a per episode basis.

My favorite moment of the season was when Jules and Bubs went to visit ray in jail.

Ray- The only book that matters Julian is the Bible, and the Bible says to help your friends.

Julian- What does the Bible say ray aboot ripping off insurance companies, pretending you're in a wheel chair? Then gettin caught drunk, dancin' with hoes makin' porn flicks? Huh? Anything in your book about that Ray?

Ray- It's the Bible Julian, it's open to interpretation.

I laughed so hard I couldn't breathe. Took me back to the Bible Pimp episode.

My other favorite scene was when Ricky testified at the child protective services hearing, stellar!

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« Reply #28 on: Jul 10, 2005, 01:05 PM »
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Though I appreciate what Mike C. & co. were trying to do, I think this may be the weakest TPB season yet. It was a fascinating (and at times  successful) experiment, but in order to sustain ten episodes of mostly drama, you need a LOT of plot, and I felt like this plotline was really stretched out. It also meant that, for dramatic reasons, Lahey (always the most interesting character, to my mind) became a villain, at the expense of his earlier, more complicated role in the park.

I think TPB could take a darker turn, but I don't think it's what the show excels at. It was originally conceived as a greasy, hilarious satire of COPS and other such shows, and it was wonderfully original. This season it came a bit too close to the sort of shows it used to satirize.
(And a few things, like Cory and Trevor's erections, I thought were way out of place and didn't fit with the show's sense of humor.)

There were classic moments (Ricky at the college break-in, for example, or ANYTIME John Dunsworth was on screen) but something seemed to be missing. In the first three seasons, each episode was so well-written, so tightly conceived, and you always felt like the show had a heart (even if its messages were tongue-in-cheek.)

I'm sure most people here will disagree, but I wanted to say what I thought. This is my favorite show, and I'm feeling a bit disappointed.

I agree with this.  Season five was good and I was impressed with what they did and where they would take the show, but I'm feeling empty after this season.  The last episode was the pinnacle and featured some truly excellent moments.  Another poster mentioned it on PG 2 of this thread.  Shitty Bill I believe posted it.

What I disliked about this season...

- Lahey is way too over the top.  We need more clairity to make the stories more believeable and exciting.  Too much "shit talk", too much drunk as hell Lahey, too much Randy never standing up to Lahey or questioning him like he did before.

- Ricky seemed a little too stupid in this season.  Sure there were some hilarious moments, but still.

- The "suck my cock" stuff has to go.  That is too crude and not funny.  Same with the Corey and Trevor boners.  Very weak.


What I really liked about this season...

- Addition of new characters and the return of Cyrus.

- Excellent finale, much like season four.

- I liked the plot, but I did feel like it dragged on a bit at times.

- Lots of J-Roc and more Tyrone and DVS, very good.

- Using the Ricky and Lucy family angle again.  Well. done.



Overall I think it was good, and maybe season five is like a really good record.  It might need some time to sink it and be fully appreciated.  But I do not consider this to be the best season.

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« Reply #29 on: Jul 20, 2005, 01:31 PM »
Season 5 was absolutely stellar. IMHO, each season builds on the previous one. Therefor each season could be considered better then the previous. None of that matters though.

One of my all-time favorite scenes from Season 5 is Bubbles doing a 180 when Cyrus, Terry, and Dennis come running out of their house. I laughed so hard and so loud when I first saw that.

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« Reply #30 on: Aug 05, 2005, 06:54 PM »
Season Five was a true return to form. I thought it really felt a lot more like the first two seasons. The humour wasn't all based on Ricky-isms like Season Four often detoriorated into. The weed theft episode was good. I love the re-appearance of Cyrus. All of a sudden, he starts using his guun and actually acting hard, instead of relying on empty threats. I also didn't mind Terry and Dennis. I don't understand why so many on this site didn't like them. They were harmless.

I agree that the boys interacting with the camera more would be welcomed and make the show feel more like a mockumentary, like the first couple of seasons. Also, I would like to see a season where the boys stay out of jail and someone else goes to jail. That would shake things up, although I understand that one of the boys has to go to jail.

All in all, it was a great season. Can't wait for next season.

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Re: Official Season 5 Final Reviews and Analysis
« Reply #31 on: Sep 03, 2005, 08:27 PM »
" I am the Liquor"

Lahey was absolutely brilliant this season.

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« Reply #32 on: Sep 03, 2005, 09:18 PM »
Yeah he was but so werer the others

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Re: Official Season 5 Final Reviews and Analysis
« Reply #33 on: Sep 04, 2005, 12:30 AM »
it had it's moments...but to my mind Lahey stole the season.

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« Reply #34 on: Sep 04, 2005, 02:18 PM »
I think this season was really well done. The difference that I noticed is, in seasons one through four layhey was always saying things more that had to do with him being way better than rickey and julian when hes just really as low down as them, whitch is really funny, but in this season he did it less but he still had his really funny moments. rickey julian and bubbles are seperated for most of the season and come together in the end to stop cyrus. the expresion on layheys face when julian goes to him to get help for rickey when hes having his heart attack when he says "we got cock riding cowboys on the side of trailers jim" is priceless.

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« Reply #35 on: Sep 05, 2005, 08:53 AM »
Seeing Julian so low and desperate was a big change. Lahey's spiral into his liquor haze was really unpredictable and had a great effect. Some of the reality was lost, though. Who took care of the park while lahey was so drunk? How did Jroc and T get out of Jail to ward the boys? That's kind of glossed over.

In all, I loved this season. Every season is a little different, and I guess we'd all be bored if the direction and methods didn't change.
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« Reply #36 on: Sep 05, 2005, 09:06 AM »
Every season is a little different, and I guess we'd all be bored if the direction and methods didn't change.

Very true.
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« Reply #37 on: Sep 17, 2005, 02:31 AM »
I missed most of season 5 as BBCA decided to pull the plug on this original and truly funny show. I have since moved out of the country(USA) and found season 5 on a cable channel(DR2) in Denmark. Problem is I don't know where I am in the season. The first episode I saw, last night, was Ray's trailer burning down. Can someone tell me where I am in the season? Many thanks and skål  :D

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« Reply #38 on: Sep 17, 2005, 02:58 AM »
That was episode 3 of 10, "The Fuckin' Way She Goes"  . Next up is "You Got To Blame The Thing Up Here".
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« Reply #39 on: Sep 18, 2005, 09:53 AM »
Hey all, things I liked about Season 5...

Lahey wins MVP for his role, just pure genius. He plays a drunk so well.

A lot of the stuff I liked was already mentioned, but one thing I did find funny that some didn't were the erections, I think it sticks with C&T's characters, they're like kids who can't control their privates, maybe some of the ladies don't understand that aspect, but it got me rollin', especially in the strip club "FUCK OFF WITH THE ERECTIONS!!" hehe and bubbles sayin' "VLT's and erections ruined the night"  classic

I think J-Roc is making strides with his acting, him and T explaining to Ricky how they got all the DJ equipment, and them all eating cereal in the opening episode...I fiind myself eating a bowl of pops while I watch the show so it made me laugh even more...and the airport speech was by far one of his best, that and the "if he comes lookin' in my eyes for candy, I'm not gonna be sayin' you know what I'm sayin' you know what I'm sayin'" 

I'm really looking forward to the next season.

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« Reply #40 on: Oct 10, 2005, 06:29 PM »
I love the Space scene, one of my alltime favourite scenes and Bubbles shouting "DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEECENT".  Definitely the best moment of season 5 for me, especially Ricky trying to do the Space talk that shit is hilarious!
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« Reply #41 on: Oct 16, 2005, 05:00 PM »
I liked Phil alot better when he made Cameo apprearences. When you put him with Randy and Layhey, Randy wasn't as important.. Becuase well his gut seemed less superior. And I HATED the new trailer park where they filmed. They filmed all in like one spot. I believe season 2 was the best season, In order of Season 2,3,1,4,5. How bout you fellas?

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« Reply #42 on: Oct 22, 2005, 08:40 AM »
I noticed three types of people in this thread: those that loved season 5, those that thought season 5 was ok, and those that thought people were taking it too seriously.

I don't remember too many details from season 5. I've only seen each episode once, and I really don't have a desire to see them again at this time. Don't get me wrong; season 5 was fine; it had it's moments but overall I didn't laugh as much (which was the same for some other people). For me the show has lost its freshness and originality; the two things that made seasons 1 to 3, the Golden Era as I like to call it, so fantastic. So the powers that be have a formula that works and, like anyone else, they're sticking to it. Lahey will always be the drunken villain, Randy his sidekick, Ricky will always be the stupid one, Julian will always come up with another get-rich-quick scheme, etc. The problem is that if they stray too far from the formula then it won't be TPB anymore. I personally wouldn’t be upset if the show was ended sooner rather than later. I guarantee I'm the only one who feels this way.
 
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« Reply #43 on: Oct 22, 2005, 09:08 PM »
I think if they add more characters and keep it fresh it should be pretty good for a few more seasons.   They need to get a little deeper into the drugs and crimes, and maybe introduce some nudity  :ricky:

But yah I agree with you that it needs to be fresh or end soon before it starts to go down hill.  I think thats why they ended married with children when they did....it was losing its originality and hilariousness when they added the new little kid to the show.  Same with Seinfeld although I think they could have gone strong for another season or 2.

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« Reply #44 on: Oct 23, 2005, 06:48 PM »
I think Seinfeld ended on a good note & at the right time; really I don't think they ever 'jumped the shark.' I just hope that TPB will have the same good sense. I totally understand your feelings RumNCoke, but I would love to see TPB have a 9(?) year run like Seinfeld.
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« Reply #45 on: Oct 23, 2005, 07:19 PM »
So far so good!  As mentioned above, the first 5 seasons each had their own "feel".  I personally tend to enjoy the earlier episodes more but that's just me.  I'd also love to see the show go on for several more years and in fact, just the other day I was thinking I can't even IMAGINE how this show would end!  With the departure of MJ at the end of S6 could this be the beginning of the end?  Will the movie blow open the show to a whole new audience?  Would this change the feel of the show?  Ya know what - only time will tell.  In the mean time I can't wait for S5 to come out on DVD [hope the pilot is included on it!].

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« Reply #46 on: Oct 26, 2005, 10:44 PM »
Sorry if this is too long, I’ve been thinking about this for a while.
In my opinion this season is by far the worst season so far, I’ll share my problems with it in list form.
1- Two characters have been totally dumbed down and simplified for cheaper laughs, Bubbles and Lahey. Bubbles simplification began in season four, and continues to season five. In the first season’s bubbles talks about reading philosophy and The Catcher in the Rye, Ray calls him the sharpest guy in the park, and Julian asks him for advice. So how come Bubbles is always confused by Lahey’s shit analogies now? He should comprehend metaphors, especially the Shit abyss one. He’s basically a goof who relies on Julian to think for him and laughs like a gorilla.
Lahey used to be the closet homosexual ex-cop who ran the trailer park owned by his ex wife, and worked with his secret gay lover, while also having an opposition to Ricky. Now he’s basically just a drunk asshole, he’s been totally simplified for cheap laughs.
2 - People say the plot in this season is deeper, but it seems obvious to me that they were desperately stretching it out. Especially episode 3, it began with them paving the driveway, then ends with the trailer burning down. Everything between that was pointless and obviously trying to stretch events out to feature length. Corey and Trevor’s erections seemed like an obvious attempt at fitting humour into an episode that had none.
3 - All of the seasons had a purpose they were building up to in the final episode. Even in season 3 they were saving up to go on a cruise, though they oddly never mention that again. In this one they screw around, don’t make any money, Ricky doesn’t even try to get a trailer, Ray still doesn’t have a trailer, Julian still doesn’t have his one, they don’t even follow through on their plan to sell the hash. I thought that somehow Ray would end up with Julian’s trailer at the end, but no, Lahey still has it. They had two extra episodes than usual, but they couldn’t tie up the loose ends? It’s like they ran out of ideas. Not exactly great writing.
4 - It’s obvious they didn’t know what to do with Corey and Trevor having all the money, so they just dropped it. In season 4 they said they bought their car and trailer with cash, so Barb couldn’t have taken them back. What happened?
5 - Ricky and Ray are total pricks now. Before Ricky was my favourite character, now he just seems like a jealous dick. Every time Julian mentions reading something Ricky instantly starts yelling about his damned book learning, even though in season 2 he was always talking about reading and improving his situation in life through education, now he just resents Julian for doing that. Ray’s trailer burns down, Julian goes out and buys him a tent, utensils, pots and pans, and liquor (he didn’t know Ricky was getting him the sleeper, so Julian ends up sleeping in the tent). Then later on, Julian asks for a sip of Vodka, and Ray says no, then acts like he’s a great guy for finally giving it to Julian. Julian bought it for him in the first place! Ungrateful bastard.
Even when he revealed that Lahey was secretly drunk, he’s being a prick. Lahey wasn’t doing anything bad to anyone, Ray just did it to embarrass him because he was talking about being off the wagon. Jealous prick.
6 – They recycled a lot of gags from earlier seasons, probably because they couldn’t think of new ones. How many titles were just references to past titles? I know Jim Lahey is a Drunk Bastard and Always Will Be is one, there may be another. J roc with his third porno. Oh yeah, what the hell happened with Jroc’s album release? And DVS just disappears after a couple of episodes. And how the fuck do Jroc and T escape from jail? They’re just like “We gotta get out of jail,” then in the next scene, they’re out! Is escaping that easy?

I’ve got other problems, but those are the main ones. I did enjoy some things too, I’ll mention those.

1 – They developed Cyrus’s character more, and I liked him a lot. In the first episode, he seemed like a real bad actor, but he’s really good here. I also like Phil, he’s funny, although he seems like a different character, since he doesn’t recognize Ricky and the boys.
2 – The first two episodes, and the one in the college, are very good. The finale was too, but anti climatic.
3 – Some good lines, you all can decide your own, though I miss Ricky’s knock knock jokes.
4 – That part where Julian tries to get Trevor to shoot his gun, and Trevor can’t bring himself too. For me, that was the funniest moment.
5 – T finally got his own part, when talking to Lahey behind Jroc’s trailer. He’s been in Jroc’s shadow mostly, I hope they develop his character more.

And that’s what I can think of now. So, after season 4, I was seriously looking forward to the next season, I couldn’t wait. After about 4 episodes of season 5, I realised it wasn’t as great. You could say I’m taking it too seriously, but understand, this is my favourite show. When it disappoints me, I gotta ask myself why. As it is, this is still my favourite show, and I’ll definitely watch the 6th season (and the movie), but I’m nowhere near as excited about it as I was before, it’s just “wait and see’ now.

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« Reply #47 on: Oct 26, 2005, 11:16 PM »
I think the fickleness and flakiness of the characters lends realism. Alot of the characters are very familiar to me from my life and they really are fickle people who change their plans and their attitudes all the time because they live from week to week. Sometimes minute to minute. Many times i've found myself behaving the same way.
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« Reply #48 on: Oct 30, 2005, 10:45 PM »
After thinking about it for a week, I realise what my main problem with the fifth season is, it's Bubbles. You see, when I first saw the Trailer Park Boys movie, I thought that Ricky and Julian were dicks. When the series started they introduced Bubbles, and they both became more likable. Bubbles brings out the best in them, and that's because they love him, and respect him. Bubbles has the right to say "Ricky, promise me you won't use kids to steal Barbeques", and Ricky listens. Julian asks Bubbles for advice on Lucy. And when they bible pimps came along, it was Bubbles who caught on to them and got Corey and Trevor to follow them. Which shows that Bubbles can be smarter than Julian.
One of the things I liked about Bubbles is that they established that he looks like a goof, but he's actually very smart and self reliant. And by the fifth season, that's all gone. Now Bubbles is always asking Julian what are they going to do. Remember in season 2 when his shed burned down, he went and moved into Jroc's van right away? Now all of a sudden he can't do that. And Bubbles has been living in a shed since he was a  kid, on his own, so no one should be better at taking care of themselves than Bubbles. Basically, Bubbles is way more passive now, and when he's like that, Ricky starts acting like way more of a dick, and not always a funny one.
Despite all that, I'm looking forward to the sixth season more now, based on what I've read here. Since it's only going to be six episodes, they should be able to focus on making them better, and spending more time on making great episodes, instead of quarter-assed ones. And the movie sounds pretty funny too.

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« Reply #49 on: Nov 10, 2005, 08:36 PM »
Season 5 i think was a great season, these guys never had made a bad season, and all the funny stuff is in the little details. I especially enjoyed the hash driveway i thought it was clever and halaious as the same time. But they do need to start comming up with little more whackyier plot lines, because they are following the same basic idea. Maybe some more clebs too, i'd like to see what Ricky has to say about Micheal Jackson  :lol: