Joy and her cat once entered a contest for cats and because she wanted to be sure she'd win, Earl stole the prize winning kitty that would probably win the contest and took it to an old, constantly sleeping cat lady's place. Now, he wants to make up for stealing the feline and when he goes to previous owner Judy to tell her what he did, Randy falls in love with her. The fact that Randy hates cats and is allergic to them doesn't help though and neither does Randy's habit to pretend to be someone he's not in order to be appreciated by a girl he likes. Meanwhile, Earl gets the cat back and gives it to Judy. When Randy finally tells Judy he hates cats she decides to get rid of the cat. Everybody is happy now and Earl is ready to cross this misstep off his list until Darnell tells him the feline doesn't look very happy. According to Darnell, the former prize winner doesn't like being a fat cat instead of a beautiful champ. Earl decides he can't cross 'larceny of a cat' off his list until ... Written by
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Among the town residents at the cat show is Pete the one-eyed mailman, who had a chance to grab Earl's lucky ticket as it blew through the town on its way back to Earl. Pete wears an eye patch and his cat sports one as well. Pete is played by Ethan Suplee's real life father--Bill Suplee See more
Randy, I'm not gonna stand here forever just 'cause you're superstitious.
Why? Every day of my life revolves around you believing in karma. Plus, we always buy the kind of cereal you like.
Written by Roger Miller
Performed by Roger Miller See more