Early shoots Rusty to prove that guns should be legal.
Early sells out to liberal Hollywood.
The squids have a nuanced and well thought out debate on the controversial practice of fracture mining.
A new judge takes the controversial stance of punishing criminals.
Deputy Sheriff Denny runs for Sheriff against Sheriff Sheriff.
America declares war on Early's new neighborhood.
Rusty ducks his responsibilities as a deadbeat dad to become an amateur crime-fighter.
Early goes on a rampage with a ghost.
Early becomes king of a local cave.
Sheriff almost makes the biggest mistake of his life, then does.
Early gets jealous that Rusty has been taking the credit for all the crimes Early blamed on him.
Lil's loved ones try to get her re-addicted to drugs
Sheriff and Rusty go on a manhunt for Early at Lake Okaleechee.
When a serial killer is on the loose, Sheriff turns to the town's stupidest citizen for help.
While Tammi gets ready to give birth to her and Rusty's child, Rusty struggles at his new job.
On a transatlantic trucker challenge, The Scrambler and The Mummy get in high gear and hot water!
We're not sure what's responsible: the turkey or the party liquor.
The founding fathers knew that babies had the right to maintain an armed militia.
At the Cuylers' place, home defense is always offensive.
Early's temper can't wait 15 days, period.
Chuck Leavell and Francine Reed perform the Squidbillies show theme.
Early and Granny stand their ground.
Nothing's more sacred than the love between a squid and his shotgun.
Early shows as much emotion as he's capable of: zero.
Welcome to the Confederate Sons of the Wild-Eyed Liberty Boys and Dale Jr. Fan Club.
Stealing from the wounded is so much easier.
Boyd shows Early his not-so-little friend.
Rusty better lie like a squid or Early doesn't have a prayer.
When you're mixin' with a vixen, you say fixin'.
He'll tell you who to punch.