Money Can Suck My Cock


September 5, 2014




Gary Howsam

Jeff Sackman


Mike Smith

John Paul Tremblay

Robb Wells


Ricky (Robb Wells)

Julian (John Paul Tremblay)

Bubbles (Mike Smith)

Jim Lahey (John Dunsworth)

Randy (Patrick Roach)

Cory (Cory Bowles)

Tyrone (Tyrone Parsons)

Jacob Collins (Jacob Rolfe)

Barb Lahey (Shelley Thompson)

Trinity (Jeanna Harrison)

Sam Losco (Sam Tarasco)


Brief Description[edit | edit source]

The Boys have new money-making schemes, Jim Lahey is on the verge of retirement, and Randy has a new assistant.

Plot Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Teaser[edit | edit source]

The Boys are installing an industrial strength air conditioner in order to keep his weed dry and cool when Ricky discovers the film crew. He tells them to "fuck off with the cameras" and complains that they got ripped off. Julian explains that Ricky was the one that signed the contracts when Swearnet wanted to do a followup to the previous documentary series. "The guy can't even fucking read," explains Julian.

Act 1[edit | edit source]

Julian tries to calm Ricky down but then suddenly the air conditioner they have been hoisting onto the roof breaks from its harness and crashes onto the roof of the Shitmobile. Ricky talks briefly about how good it is to have Cory back in the park and hopes Trevor will also come back. Cory explains that when he and Trevor were released from the mental hospital, they hitchhiked around the world for a while but became separated in New York trying to get on the subway and he hasn't seen Trevor since.

Ricky finds out that the crashing AC unit smashed the the fish bowl containing his pet, Orangie and he rehouses him temporarily in a water bong. Bubbles explains that Orangie was a gift to Ricky from Trinity when she and her mom moved out of the park into George Green's house.

Barb and Sam drive by and are arguing over whether or not Sam banged some guy.

Julian shows us his new venture, Julian's Sports Bar and gym. He talks about how he is able to give away free drinks and asks for donations thereby avoiding the need for a liquor license. Ricky tells us how he has insulated his trailer with weed and is using it for his retirement. This is why he needs the AC to keep it fresh. He also tells us he is earning a lot of money making honey oil from his massive stash. Bubbles shows us his Shed N Breakfast business which is basically a hostel that allows vacationers to bring their cats with them when they come to stay. The draw for them is all you can eat homemade maple syrup. He shows us how he makes the syrup.

Bubbles needs to buy more sheds and asks Julian and Ricky to purchase some more sheds for his business. Ricky scoffs at the idea of money and tells us how he is making his own currency out of hash -- he makes coins out of it and he uses that instead of real money. Bubbles says he wants to do things legitimately now and insists they actually buy the sheds with real money.

Randy shows up complaining about gunfire and the giant AC unit Ricky has. He has brought the new assistant park supervisor, Donny, with him. Randy accuses Ricky of peeing in his new shoes.

Jim Lahey updates us on his situation -- today is his last day as supervisor. Barb had married Sam and didn't want to renew his contract. He also tells us Randy is the new supervisor.

Randy introduces Donny to Jim and goes off on him as he suspects that Jim is on the liquor when he said he was going to wait until the end of the day. But Jim is actually drinking orange juice. Randy gives Lahey the opportunity to take down Ricky one last time because of his AC unit, but Jim isn't interested. Randy is upset that Jim didn't stand up for him when Ricky pissed in his shoes.

J-Roc and the Roc Pile arrive at Ricky's place with a carload of Roc Vodka that they are going to sell in the bar. J-Roc wants to be made a partner in the venture, but Julian is resistant.

Julian and Ricky arrive at the hardware store and talk to Coconut, a local food vendor, and his pet parrot Talk-o. Talk-o speaks mainly in profanity. Ricky convinces Julian to try and steal the sheds rather than pay for them and keep the money to deck out the bar. They pretend to be representatives of a pest control agency, waving guns shouting that the sheds are infested with rare bugs and they need to be confiscated. He plies them with hash coins and they leave.

Back at the park, Randy harasses Bubbles about the air conditioner and Bubbles convinces him to let it slide on Donny's urging. They take off after getting a call from Jim on the radio. The incident is occurring at Barb's trailer, she is in the process of kicking Sam out of the park for cheating on her with a guy. Barb is upset that she can't find a good man and informs us that she will have to sell the park because of this decision.

After a Bottle Kid attack, Ricky and Julian show Bubbles the sheds and let it slip that he bought the sheds with hash coins and he is quite upset. He wants the sheds off his property and storms off. They decide not to listen to him and build the sheds anyway.

A bit later, after some work has been done, a new cop by the name of Officer Daniels arrives on the scene. He has been on the trail of stolen sheds and it has led him there. The boys beak off at him and deny that they have anything to do with stolen sheds -- that they have these ones is a coincidence. Daniels leaves and Bubbles arrives with some shopping carts. Julian goes over to him and wants to show him what they've done, but Bubbles isn't having any of it. There is a battle of wills where neither of them will move so they spend a couple of hours standing in place until Julian manages to convince him that he's won. Bubbles sees all the work that they have done to get his Shed N Breakfast lot built and wired up. He is suitably grateful. Julian assures him that from this point on they will do everything above board.

Ricky complains that his trailer is absolutely freezing Bubbles tells him it's because the AC was meant for a building the size of a department store. Cory arrives on scene -- he has fixed up the roof of the Shitmobile by putting a small window meant for a house in place. He also tells the boys that Barb is selling the park. They freak out and rush to find Lahey who is putting a for sale sign up at the entrance. Jim tells them that Barb and Sam are splitting the assets which means that the park has to be liquidated. This all occurred as a result of an anonymous phone call to Barb that Sam had been banging dudes (a call which Jim clearly made). Because both of them own equal shares of the asset, neither can buy the other one out and there is a third shareholder who owns an additional 1% of the park -- that person being Jim. Jim's watch alarm goes off and he is officially retired so he immediately pulls out a bottle and drinks deeply from it.

References[edit | edit source]

Rickyisms[edit | edit source]

"...four degrees celsnius."

"...I got rid of the middle land..." (instead of "middle-man")

"I hope you got the necessary doguments and fucking permutations to suck on my shaved balls..."

"That's quite a fucking theory, there, Eisenstein." (instead of "Einstein".)

"Bubbles and Julian are two of the most stuvern people I know. I've seen them get into fucking Mexicali stand-ons that can last for 3 or 4 hours." (meant to say "stubborn" and "Mexican stand-offs" respectively.)

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