Ep. 1 The Kiss of Freedom
After their release from prison, Ricky and Julian are not only free men, they're rich, thanks to their huge dope sale to the prison guards at the end of last season.
Ep. 2 Temporary Relief Assistant Trailer Park Supervisor
Ricky is broke again and back living in his car. Julian refuses to loan him any money to buy weed. Bubbles can't loan Ricky anything either as all his money is tied up with Julian's long-term investments.
Ep. 3 If I Can't Smoke and Swear, I'm Fucked
Having lost all his money on the vodka operation, Julian is flat broke. Needing cash, but not wanting to go back to jail, Julian realizes he has to come up with a new plan.
Ep. 4 Who's the Microphone Assassin?
J-ROC shoots a music video in the park to help promote his new CD "J-ROC And Friendz". The "Friendz" include such artists as Dr Dre, NWA and Moncton recording artist Detroit Velvet Smooth.
Ep. 5 Closer to the Heart
Bubbles is beside himself with excitement when he hears that the legendary Canadian rock band RUSH will be playing a concert in town. RUSH is Bubbles's favourite rock band, and Alex Lifeson is his favourite guitar player.
Ep. 6 Where In the Fuck Is Randy's Barbecue?
As part of his ongoing strategy to commit several small crimes rather than try for the big score, Julian comes up with the plan to remarket barbeques. Ricky, always ready to take Julian's plans one step farther, enlists the support of his daughter Trinity and her friends from the Junior Achievers' Program at school.
Ep. 7 The Delusions of Officer Jim Lahey
The Boys are playing a game of road hockey in front of Mr. Lahey's trailer. It's a difficult day for Mr. Lahey, as it's the anniversary of his dismissal from the police force.