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Trailer Park Boys Trio to Launch Legal Marijuana Brand

Ah, the Trailer Park Boys.

For years Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles have been the voice of Canada’s lost and stoned generation. Since 1999, the holy trinity of Canadian dope smokers has been giving us Rickyisms and teaching us valuable lessons.

Now, it seems that life is imitating art as the trio just signed a deal that will see them bring TBS branded weed to the public.

It doesn’t take rocket appliances to know that it’s probably a good move. I mean, who out there who hasn’t wanted to smoke some of that driveway hash or hopefully grab a bag of weed entitled “Green Bastard” or “Steve French?”

It was announced on Wednesday that the legal marijuana company OrganiGram partnered with TBS Productions, the company run by Mike Smith (Bubbles), John Paul Tremblay (Julian), and Robb Wells (Ricky). [Read more at VICE]

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