My Name Is Earl (2005–2009)
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While working on the list, Earl uncovers a one-night stand from 1985 between his mom and their old neighbor. When Earl's dad finds out, he moves in with Earl and vows to get revenge.

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(as Greg Garcia)

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(created by) (as Greg Garcia), (as Greg Garcia)
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When they were kids, Earl and Randy once saw their rather sensitive neighbor Clark Clark cry and decided to play tricks on him (like giving him a newspaper stating the suicide rate under babies has increased) just to see him cry again. Not much later, he and his wife moved. Now, Earl wants to make up for this and he visits Clark Clark to apologize and ask him what he can do to cross him off the list. Clark then tells Earl the reason he moved wasn't the pranks, it was because he had sex with Earl's mother! Shocked, Earl goes to his parent's house and confronts his mum. When his dad finds out, he moves in with Earl and sets out for revenge by having a one-night-stand as well. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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25 September 2008 (USA)  »

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First time young Randy speaks. See more »

Quotes

Earl Hickey: Dad said there was one other woman in town that flirted with him. The waitress at the diner. So we headed over to give him one more chance.
Carl Hickey: [Getting out of the car] You stay here. I think those other women would have been game if I hadn't had my son with me. I think it creeped them out a little.
Earl Hickey: [Narrating] I wan't my dad to feel better but I was hoping he wouldn't find a girl. I was also hoping he didn't get hit again because he was out of socks and I'd been wearing mine for a week.
Carl Hickey: [...]
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References We Are The World: The Story Behind The Song (1985) See more »

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Crying
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Written by Roy Orbison and Joe Melson
Performed by Roy Orbison
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