Best Local TV/Film Production

Trailer Park Boys

Once again, a mock-reality show about petty drug dealers living in mobile homes is your choice for best local TV/film production. In 1973, George Carlin listed seven filthy words than could never be broadcast. “We’ve used six of them,” says Trailer Park Boys writer/producer Barrie Dunn. “When these guys swear, it’s like poetry. But the C-word is just so vile, I can’t see us using it.” Dunn says a movie is in the works, and a holiday special is already complete. “It’s called ‘Dear Santa: Go Fuck Yourself.’ It’s about the true spirit of Christmas.”

1st runner-up: This Hour Has 22 Minutes

2nd runner-up: Street Cents

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