Earl tries to return a set of precious silverware he stole from the public library. But when he discovers that it's gone, Randy, Joy and Crabman each reveal their own secrets about the whereabouts.
Did You Know?
During Dotty's interview with the reporter (about three minutes into the episode), she mentions that the peacock's name is Zucker. Jeff Zucker is the current president of NBC, the network on which the show airs. Also, behind her is a list of the "founders" of Camden County Municipal Library. Instead of using made-up names, the names of the creative staff are employed, including Greg Garcia, Mark Buckland and Victor Fresco. See more
You know the kind of guy who graduated college at 14, is a virtuoso cellist, and can identify 254 varieties of cheese in a blind taste test, but can't reveal any of that because he's in the witness protection program? Well, that's me. Don't tell anyone I told you this. My name is... well, you just better call me Crabman.
Written by Stephanie Bentley
and Holly Lamar
Performed by Faith Hill
Sung by Jaime Pressly See more