Sure, you've got your Green Gables farmhouse in Prince Edward Island - thousands of fans of little Anne flock there every year. But the true cultural shrine on the east coast?
Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. That's the home of Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles, also known as The Trailer Park Boys - three of the strangest, funniest dudes to ever hit your TV.
And here's the thing about Trailer Park Boys: yeah, they were getting high, getting drunk, and getting into dust-ups with the law - but they also proved a Canadian TV show could push boundaries, and still be wildly successful.
Trailer Park Boys was even a launch pad for future Oscar-nominee Ellen Page.
But after seven seasons and two awesome movies (with a third on the way), the boys there were looking to do something a little....well, different. And that explains the madness of their current show, The Drunk and On Drugs Happy Funtime Hour.
And if you're wondering how they got that past the censors and on to TV, wait 'til you see
what they're planning next.
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