My Name Is Earl (2005–2009)
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Robbed a Stoner Blind 

Earl makes up for stealing an air conditioner from a stoner and winds up living on a commune for a week. The experience makes him environmentally conscious, which only frustrates him even more.

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Earl wants to make up for robbing everything in the house of a stoner. Earl and Randy find the stoner (Woody) now lives in an environmental conscious commune. Woody tells them it's very nice of them to offer to buy him back the stuff they stole, but he doesn't need it now that he lives in the commune. When Earl asks him how he can cross him off his list then, Woody suggests he and Randy come and live on the commune for a week and they agree. During the week, Randy starts to miss TV and real food and starts eating his own hand while Earl becomes so environmentally conscious he wants to help out and gets very frustrated when he finds out most people don't care about the environment. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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16 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Catalina says in Spanish: "This was going to be me removing my heads and dusting with it, but the animation was too expensive, so instead you can watch me dance!" See more »

Goofs

In the last episode ("Mailbox") we learn that Darnell is in Witness Protection. So how does Joy know his aunt? See more »

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Randy Hickey: I need real TV! I need real food!
Earl Hickey: You have to excuse my brother Randy. When he hasn't had TV or food, he gets this angry, dizzy Hulk thing going. That's the angry part.
[Randy faints]
Earl Hickey: And that's the dizzy part.
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References He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983) See more »

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Draggin' the Line
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Written by Tommy James and Robert King
Performed by Tommy James
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Number #26
17 November 2006 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

A heat wave reminds Earl of number twenty-six on his list: the guy he stole an air conditioner from. That guy turns out to be an old stoner played by Christian Slater whose long term use of weed has messed up his memory so he never even remembers the event. He's now living in a commune and invites Earl and Randy to stay a week and live like they do there before Earl can scratch him off the list.

The whole "global warming" issue gets a little bit heavy handed for a brief moment (are they going for their Humanitas prize?) but otherwise the episode is a riot. Highlights include a reenactment of a "Friends" episode (with the irrepressible Mike McGill as Chandler!), and Randy eating a mixture that causes him to hallucinate and see everyone in Claymation form.

Slater is good as the old stoner and the regular cast is in top form. The comedy is really hilarious though the writers still don't seem to know what to do with Catalina.


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