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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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I went through the checklist Woody gave me and got some things. Fluorescent bulbs that use less electricity. Reusable hemp bags for shopping. And look: shampoo that's not tested on animals. I feel bad for those lab animals running around with dirty hair but - if it's better for the environment, that's the sacrifice they have to make.
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