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Trailer Park Boys: The 10 Worst Episodes (According To IMDb)

This Canadian mockumentary television series has been making us laugh and cringe for 12 whole seasons, a whopping 105 episodes. These trailer park boys have given us some incredible episodes, and honestly, this show has a stellar 8.4/10 on IMDb. However, like all things, not every part of it is brilliant. While there are of course 10 best episodes, there has to be the 10 worst. In case you're curious of which ones to avoid watching when you're looking for your next comedy fill, here are 10 that didn't quite make the cut, according to IMDb.

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10 "Why in the F*** is My Trailer Pink?" (7.6) (Season 9, Episode 1)

In this season premiere, Julian and Ricky get out of jail, obviously, and return to the trailer park to find that nothing is quite how they left it. Honestly, a 7.6 isn't exactly anything to sneer at, but this episode still takes the first spot on this list as one of the worst 10 episodes we get from these wild boys. However, do we really expect anything else except this plot from a season premiere? Well, you shouldn't. Also, spoiler, Ricky's trailer is pink.

9 "A Stable F***ing Environment" (7.6) (Season 9, Episode 2)

Ricky is trying to keep his family together, which proves exceptionally difficult since he's not allowed back in the Sunnyvale trailer park. On the other hand, Julian and Bubbles try to get their business going again. Without Ricky, these two are set to get into all kinds of their own trouble, naturally, right? You'll just have to tune in to see if they do, in fact, have a stable f***ing environment.

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8 "You Want the Lot Fees, Suck Them Out of the Tip of My C**k" (7.6) (Season 10, Episode 2)

Again, pretty much every episode of the 10th season made this list. In this episode, the boys are desperate to make some quick cash in order to fight a court case. So, naturally, they try to collect outstanding fees from residents of the park. When this doesn't go as planned, they then consider returning to petty crime in order to fund their court case. This whole thing is very cyclical, isn't it? Also, if you're wondering how collecting lot fees really went for the boys, you can just refer to the super polite title of this episode.

7 "S**t Covered Cave Teeth" (7.6) (Season 10, Episode 4)

While Trinity is set to get married, Ricky swears off crime and gives her money for the wedding. However, Julian talks him into one last job at the Denture King offices (naturally, because where else would you set up a crime?) If you're curious, it doesn't exactly go well for the boys. While we usually find this incredibly hilarious, this episode doesn't quite make the cut, and winds up with a mediocre 7.6 on IMDb.

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6 "Freedom 45?" (7.5) (Season 10, Episode 1)

In this season premiere episode, Julian is celebrating the bar's success! However, Ricky and Lucy are trying for a baby, and the park is shaken up when a familiar face returns from jail. Of course, all sorts of drama results and you'll find a lot of wild, trailer park boy goodness. However, this episode doesn't exactly hold up, and takes the first slot on the proceeding 7.5 train.

5 "A Three Tiered S*** Dyke" (7.5) (Season 10, Episode 3)

In this episode, Barb and her sidekicks try to convince Mr. Lahey and Randy to testify for her in court. On the other side of the park, the boys are setting out to case a fancy neighborhood (shocking, it's not exactly what they're used to in Sunnyvale). What could possibly go wrong, right?

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4 "All the F***in Dope You Can Smoke" (7.5) (Season 10, Episode 6)

When Julian tries to turn his bar into an all-inclusive casino, he recruits Bubbles and Ricky to make an ad for it. Of course, this *somehow* doesn't go as planned, and leads to trouble that eventually even gets a celebrity's attention. We're sure you know who this is, and the title of this episode is actually quite the hint. Hint: he likes smoking dope.

3 "Thugged Out Gangsta S**t" (7.4) (Season 10, Episode 9)

When Tom sets out on an adventure with Lucy, Ricky is busy creating a new concoction that he allows Snoop Dogg (the no longer mysterious celebrity) to try. On the other side of the park, Mr. Lahey is plotting yet another diabolical mission against the boys. Prepare yourself for some thugged out gangsta s**t, or maybe just a meh episode of the Trailer Park Boys.

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2 "Up in Smoke We Go" (7.3) (Season 10, Episode 7)

When Snoop Doog and his friends visit the Sunnyvale trailer park, everyone in the park becomes abuzz with the new visitor. A super fan of the park (yeah, apparently that's a thing), Tom Arnold, even fulfills his bucket-list dream with Bubbles, who, apparently, is also a celebrity. No, we didn't make up this description, and yes, it's pretty encapsulating of this wild show. To no shocking avail, this whole episode kind of goes up in smoke, and takes the second last spot on the list of the worst TPB episodes.

1 "The Super Bling Cowboy" (7.2) (Season 10, Episode 8)

Bubbles is battling a bad case of nerves at his open mic gig. On the other hand, Lucy weighs a startling offer from the superfan, Tom Arnold. This disappointing episode is the only one out of all 12 seasons to receive a 7.2 on IMDb. Honestly, if you noticed, all of the worst episodes of the TPB happen in the ninth and tenth season. So it's probably safe to say you should just skip these two if you're looking to binge the entire series. Unless you're a massive fan of Snoop Dogg, of course, or find the bad episodes even more brilliantly cringy. Let's be honest, we still love every second these boys bless our screens. Aren't we all superfans of Sunnyvale?

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