When Earl and Randy are in a local Quickshop to return some stolen snacks and drinks so Earl can cross that mistake off his list, Earl sees Natalie, a girl he made believe he was dead so he could get out of their relationship. He now feels he has to tell her he's not dead. Written by
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Earl completes the following item(s) on his list in this episode: - #62 or #84 (Number is unclear, see above.): "Faked death to break up with a girl". - #203: "Stole various snacks and drinks from the local Quick Stop". See more
In the opening credits, the list is briefly visible on screen. Number 62 is shown as "Faked death to break up with a a girl". In the episode, however, Earl explains that "Natalie Duckworth, number 84!" is the girl he broke up with. Later, in "Something to live for", number 62 is given as "Siphoned gas". See more
She wanted me to do arts and crafts.
It's called paper maché.
Somehow she figured out a way to make newspapers even more boring.
These Boots Are Made for Walkin'
Written by Lee Hazlewood
Performed by Nancy Sinatra See more