The Trailer Park Boys actors, from left to right, Robb Wells (Ricky), Mike Smith (Bubbles) and John Paul Tremblay (Julian). (Michael Peake/QMI Agency)
The artists known as the Trailer Park Boys are aiming high these days. Specifically, they've got their eyes on the movie Casino and its record of 398 F-bombs.
Actually, they claim to already have it beat. We'll just have to wait until August for confirmation.
That'll be when Swearnet is released - the second screen outing for Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith performing as themselves rather than as TPB's Ricky, Julian and Bubbles (the other is The Drunk And On Drugs Happy Funtime Hour, a short-lived TV series that's been cut into a DVD movie release).
"The movie's about us playing post-Trailer Park Boy versions of ourselves," Smith says. "We're tired of being censored on TV, so we get fed up and say 'F--- it,' and start our own network - which has a morning show, news show, cooking show, except everybody swears on Swearnet."