My Name Is Earl: Season 2, Episode 3

Sticks & Stones (5 Oct. 2006)

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Earl makes up for teasing a mustached girl in school, and it forces him to confront his fear of taking his shirt off in public.



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Earl makes up for teasing a mustached girl in school, and it forces him to confront his fear of taking his shirt off in public.

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One of the "freaks" teaches Earl to skateboard. In reality, Jason Lee, who played Earl, was a well known skateboarder before he became an actor. See more »


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Darnell Turner: What thong?
Joy Turner: Perfect. Here, put these socks down your pants in case he's gay.
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"Earl" at it's best
12 November 2009 | by (Portland, Oregon, United States) – See all my reviews

Clever, facetious, exaggerated, and razor-sharp wit -- this episode is not only this show at its absolute best, the writing should have garnered an Emmy nomination (and maybe even a win). The episode is laugh-out-loud wipe-tears-away funny (as so many episodes are), but also really touching: the outrageous scenarios will (or should) make you think about your own interactions from people with disabilities -- or those simply different from yourself. It's better than any diversity videos or lectures or workshops that a Human Resources Department has ever subjected employees to. Yes, "Earl" can be really funny, but it can also be really thoughtful.

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