Earl has to get his old band back together to take care of an elderly man on his list. But it only brings out a nasty secret which ultimately forces Earl to marry Ralph's mom.

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Earl wants to make up for number 50 on his list, "kicked the lead singer out of my band", by getting his old band back together and play one more gig. Everything goes quite well until the former lead singer of the band finds Earl's list and reads aloud that Earl once had sex with Ralph's mother. Ralph is so mad at Earl he wants to kill him and the only way for Earl not to get killed is to marry Ralph's mother. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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19 October 2006 (USA)  »

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In this episode Earl sets out to help an old man be a lead singer. However the only song the band is ever seen playing is "Frankenstein," which has no lyrics. See more »

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[voice over, about why he had sex with Ralph's mother]
Earl Hickey: And there she was. She wasn't young, but she was conscious... And besides, she made us Rice Krispy squares.
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Frankenstein
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Written by Edgar Winter
Performed by The Edgar Winter Group
Hummed by Jason Lee, Giovanni Ribisi, and Ethan Suplee
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