Darnell's father uses Earl and Randy to track Darnell down and tell him that he can get his old identity back if he agrees to do one more top secret job for The Agency.

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Catalina (credit only)
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Louis T. Moyle ...
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Darnell's father uses Earl and Randy to track Darnell down and tell him that he can get his old identity back if he agrees to do one more top secret job for The Agency.

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Earl Hickey: Darnell always told us his dad died in the American-Canadian War.
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References VeggieTales: Lyle, the Kindly Viking (2001) See more »

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Secret Agent Man
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Written by P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri
Performed by Johnny Rivers
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It's a Secret
6 September 2010 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

I would have written this even without the other user's 5/10 review that seems to miss the point of the show's possibly only multi-episode arc's biggest benefit: freshness. This is still the same show, just re-invigorated with experimentation. And this is the high point of the experimentation period. Everyone probably spotted Danny Glover on the cast list, and boy, does he milk his guest appearance for all it's worth! Unlike in the previous episode, here the plot benefits, Glover's appearance giving the writers an excuse to load this one to the breaking point with various genre jokes, movie & TV references and spoofs, in-jokes, even a meta-joke, plus one of the best cliffhangers before a commercial break. Phew! Absurdist comedy that reaches exceptional levels, falling only ever so short of a full 10/10.


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