When Dodge tells Joy he wants Earl -- his "real father" -- to speak at Career Day, Earl realizes it's time Dodge found out who his father really is.
Earl and Randy become the prime suspects in what is now a murder case after a Geraldo Rivera investigative special airs.
When the owner of the Crab Shack disappears, Geraldo Rivera arrives to investigate. Eight years later, the story finally airs.
While making up a list item to a local Reverend, Earl (Jason Lee) realizes he and Randy (Ethan Suplee) have wronged the man more than once. The more things the Reverend finds out Earl did, the harder it is for him to forgive. Meanwhile, after hitting Catalina (Nadine Velazquez) with a riding mower, Joy (Jaime Pressly) turns to Darnell (Eddie Steeples) for help. But she doesn't like his advice.
When Randy complains to Earl about Joy's bullying, Earl is reminded of how he bullied little Wally back in school.
As Dodge develops feelings for a young girl in the neighborhood, Randy is reminded of the summer when he met his first love, Pinky. Encouraged by Darnell to reconnect with her, Randy and Earl set off to find the girl Randy has been dreaming of all these years. Jaime Pressly also stars.
After he apologizes to a crazy witch lady for all the trouble he caused her as a kid, Earl faces his fears and tries to make it up to her.
When Dodge begs Joy to let him attend space camp, Earl recalls the fun he and Randy had at Chaz Dalton's Space Academy as kids.
Darnell's absentee father who is a covert spy arrives in Camden claiming he needs to make amends with his son.
When Mr. Turtle finds his way home after being lost, Earl sets off to return him to Darnell, who now lives in an upscale community with his family, thanks to Witness Protection. Meanwhile, adjusting to her new wealthy lifestyle proves difficult when Joy struggles to fit in with her trophy-wife neighbors. Back in Camden, Randy accidentally starts dating a guy named Jim. Nadine Velazquez also stars.
Randy assumes that karma is at work when he loses his winning lottery ticket, so he starts a list of his own. Joy is not happy with her new identity.
In the aftermath of having his cover blown, Darnell is sent to a relocation facility with Joy and the kids, where they are assigned new identities.
Joy's audition for Erik Estrada's reality show "Estrada or Nada" goes awry, forcing Darnell to take the stage to keep her from pummeling the host.
A young Earl gets his heart broken by his baby-sitter and exacts revenge by sabotaging her boyfriend's condom, causing her to get pregnant.
When Earl finds out that Joy has continued a scam they started years ago, he makes it his mission to cross the conned man off his list.
Earl takes a walk on the wild side when he helps an old friend who's "gone native" reintegrate into society.
The actors and producers talk about the character Nescobar-A-Lop-Lop.
Earl is back for a wild second season, still trying his best to do good deeds while getting into offbeat misadventures as only he can.
Earl Hickey is an unrepentant ne'er-do-well with a long list of things he's done wrong in life. All that changes when he wins a small lottery and, in a swift twist of fate, learns the meaning of "karma": Do good things and good things happen.
In its freshman season, viewers are introduced to Earl Hickey, a lifelong (but oddly lovable) no-account who wins the lottery, then promptly loses the ticket after being hit by a car. In an epiphany, Earl realizes its all because of bad karma. Thus begins Earls quest to turn his karma around by making amends for all his former misdeeds, of which there are plenty.
Season 3 finds our hero in the toughest spot of his life prison! Of course, Earl was only taking the rap for Joy.
What kind of monster needs over four years to apologize for all of the horrible things hefpvAPOSs done? Vlogger Sean Crespo dares to challenge Jason LeefpvAPOSs endearing warmth to find out.
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