Elsewhere, Joy and Darnell attempt to turn the legend of a giant pig that lives near the trailer park into a one-of-a-kind, money making sideshow. Randy is the only one in Earl's family who still talks to him and was his main partner in crime in the old days. Erik Estrada guest stars as himself. Earl and Randy set out to find what might make this grumpy war hero happy, and accidentally turn him into a 75-year-old killing machine. Season 2 opens withÂ Earl helpingÂ Joy try to get rid of a stolen delivery truck, which becomes harder when they discover that someone is still in the back of the truck;Â Earl and Randy asking Catalina to return to her old job at the strip club, but they don't tell her that they need her to do it so that the club's owner will pay for Joy's bail. Guest stars include Geraldo Rivera and racer Michael Waltrip. Or is this a task that Earl can resolve just by listening to his father? Pay-Per-View videos will become available to watch once the event starts, will be available for playback for 24 hours following the event, and are not available for Download.
But the skies darken more when a downcast Earl loses his all-important karmic list. Earl winds up running through most of the money that he won in the lottery, but he also ends up mending his relationships with all the people who knew, and mostly hated, the old Earl Hickey. But forgiveness is fleeting when the religious figure finds out about Earl's many other misdeeds. Earl decides on an inmate who was in for running a meth lab that eventually burned his parent's house down. Earl attempts to help Raynard in a karmic deed that includes poisonous berries and a bride gone wild. However, the Warden is now faced in a major dilemma and needs Earl's help. Season 4, Episode 9 November 6, 2008 Season 4, Episode 9 November 6, 2008 A life-threatening item is bumped to the top of Earl's list when a mysterious man moves into the neighborhood.
Season 4, Episode 17 February 5, 2009 Season 4, Episode 17 February 5, 2009 When Randy wins a scratch-off lottery game and is then promptly hit by a bike, he takes it as a sign from none other than karma and decides to create his own karmic to-do list. Buddy asks Earl to produce his movie and suddenly all of Camden County find themselves starring in a high-octane action film. When he returns to the kid's home, he finds that little Buddy has exceeded all of the doctors' expectations and is still alive. Elsewhere, Joy doesn't see eye-to-eye with Willy: She dupes him out of his glass eye. Randy surprises everyone when his acting skills get rave reviews. She denied it and said it was a water bottle being emptied near the ground. Season 4, Episode 24 April 23, 2009 Season 4, Episode 24 April 23, 2009 Earl turns his karmic attentions on a reverend whom he aggrieved in the past.
When he learns that the law of the underworld no longer protects him, Earl struggles with the idea of going to the police, despite Joy's protests that snitches are the lowest of the low. . Carl, reluctantly, was left with no other decision than to buy back all the marijuana from the local drug dealer, Circus. If downloading is available, you can to two locations. Crabman is the one that is the most intriguing and it's a shame that his backstory is not given a lot more coverage. Earl accepts the task and finds out a lot more than he bargained for. Turtle comes home, so Earl sets out to return the pet to its rightful owner; and Randy begins dating---a guy named Jim.
Upon returning early from the airport due to a flight delay they found a duffel bag full of marijuana in the house. Will Earl solve the problem and earn his freedom? Season 4, Episode 16 January 22, 2009 Season 4, Episode 16 January 22, 2009 Conclusion. Between gossiping with the ladies at the salon and shopping for meat out of some guy's trunk, Earl learns a lot about the Turner family. But Joy may have to bite the bullet: A chagrined Darnell disapproves of owning weapons. Season 4, Episode 20 March 5, 2009 Season 4, Episode 20 March 5, 2009 Young Dodge's desire to attend space camp prompts Earl to reflect on the blast he and Randy had as kids at Chaz Dalton's Space Academy. Jane Seymour has a cameo as herself. He promises Earl six months off his sentence if he will help him start a program that will mediate a situation between an inmate and their victim.
This includes the fact that Dodge and Earl Jr. Moyle, Trey Carlisle , who apparently suffer from a social disorder. Meanwhile, Randy resorts to extreme measures to evade Joy's bullying behavior. And there's buzz in Camden County when killer bees swoop down on the region, trapping some of the gang in a phone booth. As he completes his list, Earl realizes more and more that it feels good to do good things.
Carl, Earls dad, is very mad and destroys all of it. Season 4, Episode 3 October 2, 2008 Season 4, Episode 3 October 2, 2008 There's bubble trouble when Joy is placed in a plastic bubble because of her flesh-eating toe infection. But Joy struggles to adjust to her new luxury lifestyle and her pampered desperate-housewife neighbors. For more information, go to the. But when they discover more skeletons in the closet than they had expected, the brothers find themselves needing to sort out some family issues between their mom and dad. The inmate agreed to comply if Earl would throw a prison prom, because he missed his in high school.
Earl then sets out to reconnect with the heroic Chaz Curtis Armstrong. My Name is Earl is a comedy that follows title character Earl Hickey, played by well known actor Jason Lee. In response, Catalina, Earl and Randy team together to locate them. Earl then decides to finish the rest of his list and fix all of the bad things he's done to his friends, family and random strangers during his life of crime. Season 4, Episode 12 December 4, 2008 Season 4, Episode 12 December 4, 2008 Earl recalls his past with the feral Raynard Ewen Bremner , an untamed friend residing in the wilderness and palling around with a raccoon sidekick.