While Earl struggles to write a paper for his prison creative writing class, Randy, Joy, Darnell, and Catalina have no trouble coming up with creative story ideas of their own.

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While Earl struggles to write a paper for his prison creative writing class, Randy, Joy, Darnell, and Catalina have no trouble coming up with creative story ideas of their own.

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Randy notes that a writer could make up "a guy all alone in a boat hunting a big white whale". That storey idea conflates Hemingway's 'The Old Man and the Sea' and Melville's 'Moby Dick'. See more »

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Joy Turner: [after a ninja in Randy's super-hero story is unmasked and revealed as Joy] Go ahead, finish me off.
Randy Hickey: I'd never hurt a lady.
Joy Turner: [breathes a sigh of relief]
Randy Hickey: [snapping her neck] Lucky for me, you're no lady.
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References Dr. Shrinker (1976) See more »

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Great episode!
25 October 2007 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

I love this episode because it involves the imagination of all the characters and it is different from the normal episodes. We have Randy imagining himself as a superhero saving the day, Joy imagining herself as a 'face of Princess Diana and a body of a porn star' animated character teaching a lesson to her kids about studying and taking a bath, Darnell imagining himself as a soul R & B singer singing a tribute to the crabs he cooked, which is surprisingly good! (Joy, Earl, Randy and Catalina sings in Darnell's imagination as well!), Catalina imagining herself as a star in a Spanish telenovela 'Catalina' which have Earl, Randy, Joy and Darnell plays different characters and finally Earl in his ideal situation.

This episode is truly the best episode in the whole series.


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