Never Cry Shitwolf


April 11, 2004




Mike Clattenburg

Barrie Dunn

Michael Volpe


Mike Clattenburg

John Paul Tremblay

Robb Wells

Barrie Dunn


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) (credit only)

T (Tyrone Parsons)

(Detroit Velvet Smooth) (Garry James)

Guest Stars

Officer George Green George Green (actor)


Julian, Lahey and Randy get released from jail to find Sunnyvale isn't quite they way they left it, thanks to Ricky and Bubbles' new reign.

Plot Synopsis Edit


Lahey and Randy bicker with Julian on the city bus home from jail. Lahey vows revenge on Ricky. Julian prevents them from getting off at the park's stop because he doesn't want to be associated with them. Meanwhile, Bubbles and Ricky, in their new roles as park supervisors, play hash hockey and get stoned. They hear Julian's message about getting out of jail, and they scramble to move their dope growing operation which they have set up in Julian's trailer.

Act One Edit

We discover that Ricky has built a giant wall around the supervisor trailer and behind it they prepare to move the dope. Cory and Trevor are to steal a truck and Ray will load it with dope and drive it out of the park. Ricky tells Bubbles to distract Julian and keep him away from his trailer until they are done.

Lahey and Randy hoof it home, and Julian arrives at the park ahead of them. Ricky invites him for a drink and Julian warns him that he is done with illegal activities. Bubbles convinces him to hang out for a bit. Julian tells them that Lahey and Randy are also out of jail.

Act Two Edit

Bubbles takes Julian to J-Roc's place, and secretly strikes a deal with J-Roc to pretend the new car J-Roc just bought is a gift for Julian. They decide to order Swiss Chalet and drink a lot. Julian is concerned the car might be stolen.

Lahey and Randy return to the supervisor's trailer and try to kick Ricky out. Ricky politely says that since he is the supervisor now, they have no right to live in the trailer. He has set them up with the supervisor's car in a different lot. Lahey protests, but Ricky forces them to leave.

Julian and Bubbles eat chicken and drink in the car. Julian wants to rest in his trailer, but Bubbles wants to play him a new song he wrote. Julian gets bored and tries to leave. Trevor, Cory and Ray return with the truck and they load it up with the plants. While setting up their lot, Lahey sees the truck driving by. Ricky sends the bottle kids to attack Lahey's lot.

About to move the truck out of the fenced in area, Ricky is descended on by Julian, Bubbles (who is getting increasingly more drunk) and Lahey. Ricky says he is hauling a truck of dangerous mold and Lahey calls Officer George Green.

Act Three Edit

When Lahey refuses to move his car, Ricky releases the parking brake and it rolls free, allowing the dope truck to leave. The cops arrive shortly thereafter and confront Jim. George Green is reluctant to enter the premises without probable cause. Ricky allows him to search one trailer at random, and George picks Julian's. Of course there is no dope in there anymore, and George gets angry at Lahey for calling in another false alarm. Lahey insists he check the plates on J-Roc's car and they come back registered to 'Cory Trevor' at the park's address.

Officer George Green tells Lahey not to call him again, and tells everyone to disperse without a word or face arrest. Bubbles messes with him so he and Julian end up in the drunk tank. There, Bubbles confirms Julian's suspicions that Ricky is growing dope again.

Background Edit

Garry James is added to the opening credits for this season.

'Tell Cory and Trevor to fuck off' is actually an item on Ricky's 'To Do' list.

Other than his hash hockey and dope growing activities, Ricky appears to actually be doing quite well in his role as park supervisor. Despite his limited education, he is able to quickly plan a successful dope-hiding operation and evade the police yet again. Also, despite his usual bumbling, he acts and speaks quite calmly and lucidly to Lahey when explaining the supervisor's trailer is his now, tries to be nice in offering him the supervisor's car, and even correctly uses the word 'reallocated' when handing him the keys. It is only when Lahey tries to pull rank that Ricky becomes belligerent.

Ricky also seems to be getting things done around the park, with many of the residents apparently happier as a result; there is an appearances of calm throughout the park. It`s been seen that when he wasn't tending to his illegal exploits, he was actually fixing things and helping out in the park. This isn't to say that Ricky wasn't skirting danger with his new power, as his illegal satellite hookups generated heat for him and he certainly is upping the ante with the Canadian government by creating false identities under which to collect employment insurance checks. Nonetheless, the park morale seems far different under Ricky then Lahey.

References Edit

Rickyisms Edit

"I've always believed do unto others as you would do unto you."

"You got a search warranty?"

Lahey's Shit Talk Edit

In this episode, Officer George Green retells Aesop's famous tale of the boy who cried wolf, except that he uses the term 'shit-wolf', further evidence that 'shit-talk' is more wide spread on the force than just Jim Lahey.

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