My Name Is Earl (2005–2009)
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Boogeyman 

When Earl decides to cross off "made a kid scared of the boogeyman" from his list, he discovers just what kind of lasting affect he had on the little boy.

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Catalina
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Darnell Turner
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Alby (as Malcom David Kelley)
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Hostage Negotiator
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Younger Alby
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Alby's Dad
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Stepmom
Louis T. Moyle ...
Dodge
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Tiffani Lopez-Chang (as CeCe Tsou)
Warren Watkins ...
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When Earl decides to cross off "made a kid scared of the boogeyman" from his list, he discovers just what kind of lasting affect he had on the little boy.

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Comedy

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TV-14
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30 March 2006 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Earl completes the following item on his list in this episode: - #239: "Made a kid scared of the boogeyman". See more »

Goofs

Alby has twin infant brothers, yet when Earl is making his sandwich in the kitchen there's only one high chair. See more »

Quotes

Randy Hickey: I still can't believe you didn't call me when you were playing paintball. It combines two of my favorite things: Toy guns and paint. Not gonna be any more paintball for me, Randy. I'm crossing him off the list. Wait. Three things- I also like balls. Balls of paint. I like balls of paint.
Earl: Not gonna be any more paintball for me, Randy. I'm crossing him off the list.
[Knocking]
Alby: I wanna live with you.
Randy Hickey: Wait. Three things- I also like balls.
[Alby looks at him]
Randy Hickey: Balls of paint. I like balls of paint.
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Connections

References Win, Lose or Draw (1987) See more »

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Halloween Theme
Written by John Carpenter
Performed by John Carpenter
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