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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Maggie Lester - The Bearded Lady
Tommy - Lobsterboy


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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The apartment complex where the freaks live is located at 2900 Griffith Park Blvd. in Silver Lake and was originally built to house employees who worked at the nearby Disney studios. This location was also featured in David Lynch's film Mulholland Drive. See more »


Earl Hickey: Nice house you've got here. No plastic. The wood is made of real wood.
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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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