My Name Is Earl Season 3
Fasten your seatbelt and grab yourself a Klondike bar! Earl's dirt road is offically off the menu.
Billie gets her list on while Earl bags it Napolean Dynamite-style.
Karma adopts a "don't ask, don't tell" policy as Catalina (temporarily) switch hits for the other team.
Earl wakes up and scratches two items off his list. But not necessarily in that order.
With a tip of the hat to Joe Pesci & 420, Beau Bridges steals the show in a haze of reefer smoke. Sure picked a bad week to stop smoking grass.
Earl may be unconscious, but there're still crimes to be committed and wrongs to be righted.
Welcome back to Camden County. Earl's unconscious, and he's still a better actor than She Who Shall Remain Nameless.
When Earl's good, he's good. And when he's bad, he's even better. With all apologies to Mae West.
Not intended to be a metaphor for a massage with a happy ending, but for Earl, all's well that ends well.
Earl and Joy plan a prison prom for a meth-cooking arsonist and Dee Wallace is addicted to love.
Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead, but everything else is up for grabs as the miracle of life comes to Camden County.
Earl and Randy play Who's The Boss, and Joy holds an exorcism.
It's a one hour Earl-stravaganza as COPS re-visits Camden County. ( -- and we almost get enough Catalina...o be still my widdle heart!)