My Name Is Earl (2005–2009)
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Earl wins the lottery, but loses the ticket. He discovers that it could be because he has bad karma. So he makes a list and begins fixing the bad things he has done. And once he begins ... See full summary »

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Darnell Turner
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Sonny
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Kenny James
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Himself
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Mrs. James
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Mr. James
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Young Earl
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Young Kenny
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Earl wins the lottery, but loses the ticket. He discovers that it could be because he has bad karma. So he makes a list and begins fixing the bad things he has done. And once he begins working on his list, the ticket finds its way back to him. Written by jgp3553@yahoo.com

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20 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Earl's list is introduced and he completes two of the items from it, they are: #136: "I've been a litterbug" and #64: "Picked on Kenny James". See more »

Goofs

In the first of the show, Earl places Kenny at number 64 because he tortured him when they were both children. In the opening montage for the next episode, number 64 is shown as "Spray painted the bridge." See more »

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Randy: Number 23: Peed in the back of a cop car.
Earl: I'm no longer proud of that.
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References Total Request Live (1998) See more »

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99 Luftballons
Performed by Nena
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great series, a crackup from the beginning
13 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

"you know that guy you see going to the convenience store when you stop off in a little town on your way to your grandma's house? the kinda guy you wait to come out before you and your family go in?" well, that guy is... Earl

Like he says, he's exactly who you think he is. A thoughtless, rude and stupid guy who's always been a bully. But what the series is about is his change: by watching TV, he gets enlightened and learns about karma.

He then tries to make up for all the bad things he's done. But doing good isn't easy, there's always a lot of repercussions you don't expect.

The gags are great, and the system of flashbacks is very effective.


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