TORONTO, Oct. 15, 2013 /CNW/ – Entertainment One (eOne) today confirmed that in time for the infamous 4/20 weekend, Ricky, Julian and Bubbles will return to theatres across Canada on April 18(th) in Trailer Park Boys 3: Don’t Legalize It.
Out of jail and broke, Julian concocts an outrageously greasy scheme to get rich and, to make it even greasier, he will have to deliver his product to his arch-enemy, Cyrus, who’s waiting in Montreal to close the dirty deal. Meanwhile, Ricky’s dope growing business is under a major threat when the government announces a plan to legalize marijuana, so he heads to Ottawa to make an impassioned plea – in the way only Ricky can – Say No to Decriminalization.
Bubbles reluctantly joins them on his own quest to claim an inheritance left to him by his long-lost parents. Hot on their trail is Ex-Park Supervisor Lahey and Randy, who have never given up on the dream of seeing the three reprobates in jail once and for all; and they will stop at nothing, including a wild drunken episode on Parliament Hill.
On receiving news of the official release date, Bubbles commented, “time to gear down on the liquor and ramp it up on the dope.”
TRAILER PARK BOYS 3 is directed by Mike Clattenburg and produced by Michael Volpe and Barrie Dunn.
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