This year, the Canadian TV show Trailer Park Boys turns twenty. The program’s refusal to patronize its marginal, working-class characters was key to its comedic and popular success, and won it a special place in our hearts.
Aaron Giovannone is a writer and English professor based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He hosts Sweater Weather, a video and audio podcast about Canadian arts and culture.
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