Character Background Edit
Living Arrangements Edit
Sarah is most often seen living with Lucy in a single trailer, along with Lucy's daughter, Trinity. The arrangement is mainly seen as a best-friend scenario; Sarah explains from time to time that she is helping Lucy out financially by splitting the costs of a trailer. There is some minor conjecture as to whether this 'friend' arrangement was once something more.
At other times in the show she was seen living at Ray's place (once Randy had moved in during season two), and in the supervisor's trailer with Ricky, Cory and Trevor (the trailer was split in half; Sarah, Cory and Trevor took one side).
Love Life Edit
In Season 2, Sarah dated Ricky for the entire season, while he was attempting to complete Grade 10, but this relationship did not last past the season.
In Season 3, she 'adopted' Cory and Trevor, in an attempt to keep them from getting too heavily involved with Ricky and Julian. There were many mixed signals regarding whether it was a romantic/sexual arrangement or simply platonic (at one point, Sarah announces that they were all getting married to each other).
At the end of Season 7 Episode 10 "A Shit River Runs Through It", Sarah announced that her and Jacob Collins had fallen in love, despite that he wanted to impersonate Julian. Sarah also mentions that Jacob and her reside with Philadelphia Collins in The Dirty Burger Camper. However, in the movie "Trailer Park Boys: Say Goodnight to The Bad Guys" Sarah finally ended the relationship because she could no longer handle Jacobs obsession with Julian.
In the movie "Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It" Sarah is dating J-Roc, and he credits her for straightening him out and setting his priorities straight. However, Sarah and J-Roc are not known to have a relationship in Season 8 or 9.
Criminal Activity Edit
Sarah (and Lucy, since the two are often a package deal) prefers to stay on the fringes of any operations that interest her, but stays away from the large scale operations. For a time, she was using the hair salon that she ran with Lucy as a front for laundering money from Julian's operations.
When she was part owner of Cory and Trevor's Convenients, they were selling bootleg DVDs and loose cigarettes, both of which are illegal, but no action seemed to have been taken against them for these acts.
In season 7, she was part of the luggage stealing ring with J-Roc, Lucy, and Tyrone.
In Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It, she is living in a trailer with J-Roc, and Bubbles has been living under their porch for a few years.
Sarah has only been to jail once, in season 7, along with J-Roc, Tyrone, and Lucy for stealing luggage.
In Season 9 Episode 10 "The Liquor Snurf" Sarah was arrest along with Donna and Barb Lahey for getting busted by an undercover police officer for the prostitution services at the Mystic Fingers Day Spa. It is described by Donna in the jail cell that "Apparently police officers don't like it when you 'cop' a feel"
Sarah is often the level headed one in certain situations and serves to provide much expository information and relatively non-biased opinions of the goings-on in Sunnyvale.
Sarah is often used in cutaways to express her opinions of people and things in the park. She seems to be a person that says what she honestly thinks, and when she is in the right mood you will always get a straight answer from her.
Sarah has been known to smoke dope but it doesn't appear to be the motivating factor in her life.
As mentioned above, Sarah prefers to stay on the fringes of any of the operations she becomes mixed up in, choosing to avoid direct involvement. Thus she has avoided prison sentences when others have gone multiple times and also caused tension amongst several of the players involved in the operations, as while she doesn't want to put in too much effort, Sarah definitely wants her share of the payoff, if there is any.
Sarah has also been witnessed to become extremely argumentative in situations outside of her control, particularly where cops are involved. At least twice, Sarah is heard to loudly proclaim that they could not touch her or grab her and drag her around (despite the fact in the later instance, she was resisting arrest) in the manner that they were.
Along with Lucy but definitely more so, she can be extremely judgemental about Ricky and to a lesser extent, Julian to the degree that at one point, she was instrumental in the successful plot to steal their earnings while they were in jail, splitting the funds with Barbara, Lucy , and J-Roc. She received $5,000 for her part in getting Cory and Trevor to sign a false deed to the park thus turning over the "dirty drug money" to her. ("Give Peace a Chance") She agreed with Lucy that she was "owed" the money for having to deal with Ricky which revealed a side of the girls which could be called vindictive. ("The Shit Puppets").