Give Peace A Chance


April 17, 2005




Mike Clattenburg

Barrie Dunn

Michael Volpe


Mike Clattenburg

John Paul Tremblay

Robb Wells

Mike Smith

Jonathan Torrens


Ricky (Robb Wells)

Julian (John Paul Tremblay)

Bubbles (Mike Smith)

Jim Lahey (John Dunsworth)

Randy (Patrick Roach)

Lucy (Lucy Decoutere)

Sarah (Sarah Dunsworth)

J-Roc (Jonathan Torrens)

Ray (Barrie Dunn)

Cory (Cory Bowles)

Trevor (Michael Jackson)

Trinity (Jeanna Harrison)

Barb Lahey (Shelley Thompson)

T (Tyrone Parsons)

Detroit Velvet Smooth (Garry James)

Guest Stars

Cyrus (Bernard Robichaud)

Detective Ted Johnson (Jim Swansburg)

Phil Collins (Richard Collins)

Terry (Nic Adilman)

Dennis (Nobu Adilman)

Terry & Dennis' Grandmother (Fokuko Saito)


The boys get out of jail and find all their plans to buy the park have been foiled by Barb Lahey, Cory and Trevor.

Plot Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Teaser[edit | edit source]

The boys are seen in jail on the day of their release, complaining about the conditions there, and Ricky says he is planning to kill Jim Lahey.

Act One[edit | edit source]

Randy and Lahey are out of jail already and Lahey talks about how he is not drinking and wants to turn over a new leaf, and make peace with everyone. The boys have big plans for taking over the park when they get home. Cory and Trevor admit to the cameras that they were screwed over by Barb Lahey: they do not own the park after and all the rest of the drug money they were given has been spent on recording with J-Roc and given to various people in the park.

The boys say their goodbyes and leave jail, celebrate in a limo and toast Cory and Trevor. Ricky wants to visit his friends Dennis and Terry and get some dope.

Act Two[edit | edit source]

They roll up to Dennis and Terry's place and are invited in. While trying to work out a dope deal on credit, Terry complains that the limo outside is a heat score, and if their partner sees it, he will flip. After some heated words, Julian faces off with Terry and a firefight almost breaks out. Once it's subdued, their partner arrives, and it's Cyrus.

Outside, they all argue with Cyrus, who fires his gun off and scares away the limo. Bubbles defuses the situation and they are able to leave unharmed.

The boys take a taxi back to the park (they eventually stiff the driver) where they discover that things look different; Bubbles' shed is missing and the drug money is gone. They go to ask Ray what's happened, and find Bubbles' shed there, full of empty liquor bottles.

Ray tells them that Cory and Trevor screwed them over, and Lahey bought Julian's trailer. Ricky goes ballistic and calls out Cory and Trevor with his gun.

Act Three[edit | edit source]

Ricky goes looking for Cory and Trevor at Sarah's trailer—they aren't there—and reunites with Trinity. Lahey and Randy try to shut J-Roc's party down, and Ricky arrives finding Cory and Trevor hanging out. Julian confronts Lahey about his trailer. Detective Ted Johnson arives and hands Ricky a peace bond ordering Ricky to stay away from Cory and Trevor. Ricky breaks off his friendship with them and the pair run away.

Lahey offers to sell Julian's trailer back to him at cost and tries to apologize and make peace with the boys, telling them he's off the liquor, but Julian isn't buying it and they storm off. Lahey is sure they will come around.

Background[edit | edit source]

The closing music for this episode is J-Roc's track, "Trailer Park Life."

References[edit | edit source]

Rickyisms[edit | edit source]

Ricky repeatedly calls Bubbles' favourite game bagminton.

"No fuckin' way, you got us a lemonzine?" (meant to say 'limousine'.)

(watched the director's cut of Blade Runner, and thought the title of the movie was "The Director's Cut".)

(to Lahey) "You're fuckin' sorry, are you? What are you gonna do, play a big song on the magdolin?" (Ricky means "mandolin", but mimes playing a violin.)

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