- J-Roc's Mom: "I don't know of any twenty-nine-year-old rappers who live in their mothers' trailers, you know what I'm saying?"
- The scene where Ricky fights with the satellite company, arguably one of the most infamous moments of the show.
- The character of Randy, his shirtlessness, and the casual acceptance of this by the other characters.
- Bubbles dressed up as a wrestler called the Green Bastard. His proclamation of "I'm the Green Bastard!" right before rubbing a chicken wing on Lahey's sunglasses catches a lot of people by surprise because of how loony it is, even for Trailer Park Boys.
- In the same episode, Bubbles describing Trevor as having "translucent skin stretched over an alien frame."
- In season 8, The Green Bastard makes a return and drags Ricky out of his trailer half-naked right as Lucy's about to give him oral sex.
- The montage of Lahey's rampage when he has an alcoholic delusion that he's still a police officer.
- At one point the main trio are in a swamp and find a puppet named Conky which once belonged to Bubbles. Ricky isn't too happy when Bubbles and Conky are reunited. Bubbles starts to have fun with Conky again. Then Conky starts to control every aspect of Bubbles's life, and make death threats to an increasingly frightened Ricky. It doesn't end well for Conky.
- Ricky, Julian and Bubbles are put on trial. Ricky opts to represent himself and successfully(!) asks the judge for permission to smoke and swear, stating that "If I can't smoke and swear, I'm fucked." Then he bullies the prosecutor into giving him a cigarette - "You've been a dick all morning, it's the least you can do." Following this, he unleashes a tide of curses and hilarity, eventually getting the group off and framing Cory and Trevor.
Ricky: First, I'm gonna tell this guy (the prosecutor) to shut the fuck up and wipe that stupid fucking grin off his face. Next, the testimony given by Randy and Lahey was total fuckin' bullshit. They're drunk as fuck, they've been drinking all morning, and they're both assholes.
- "I'd like to make a request under the Canadian Freedoms Act of Choices and Voices."
- Bubbles describing Randy as a "big coagulated gravy hot dog bun bastard."
- Also, whenever Bubbles talks about Sam Losco. The phrase "greasy bastard" is hilarious coming out of Bubbles' mouth.
- Bubbles trying to create a new identity: "From now on my name is... Scorpion."
- Made even funnier by his wearing a red leather jacket and black afro wig.
- A pissed-off Ricky takes J-roc's new recording equipment from him..... and then on a whim, he takes the dryer. Even better is the struggle he has trying to get a dryer home in a shopping cart.
- Ricky goes to a department store and presses the Page button.
Ricky: Mr. Lahey and Randy to the Fuck Off department, Mr. Lahey and Randy to the Fuck Off department, and hurry the fuck up. Thank you.
- Ricky's imitation of a drunken Lahey in "A Shit River Runs Through It."
- The Running Gag of Ricky just throwing shit. Ricky throws things like a kid's temper tantrum, but special mention goes to the season 4 premiere where he tosses out two garbage bags - the first one being an awesome throw, and the second one pathetically hitting the house.
- Jroc getting himself intentionally arrested for street cred and record sales. It's sublimely ridiculous.
- In episode 8-8, "The Super-Duper-[...]" Rick coaches Jacob while holding a drink contained in a cut-off 2L plastic bottle:
Ricky: Jacob, you're part of my family now (smiles) and my family does not fuck things up (drops his drink, spilling it all over his clipboard) for fucks sakes! (whips the bottle at one of the sheds)
- Before and after the Dublin live show, Ricky is "grilled" by customs officers (all fans of the show) asking if he has pot, and both times he freely admits it, citing a different Insane Troll Logic law in each case. The judge in Dublin also gets one for chastising Ricky... for not buying pot locally instead.
- Arriving at Dublin: He took a private jet, therefore the contraband he's carrying is his private property.
- Arriving back in Halifax: He only brought back as much as he had brought to Dublin.