Earl, Randy and Catalina enter a contest to win a brand new car. Earl ruined several Christmases for Joy and now he wants to make up for them all at once by giving her this car. Earl is out of the contest very quickly but Randy and Catalina can still win. While Randy and Cataline are doing their best to win the car, Earl goes to Joy to ask her what color the new bikes he'll get her two kids should be (he once ruined their brand new Christmas bikes the evening before Christmas). Unbeknown to Earl, Joy's parents are over for a Christmas visit and, even more unbeknown to Earl, Joy never told them she and Earl have divorced and that she's now married to a black guy. She therefore pretends Earl is still her husband and, because he doesn't want to ruin yet another Christmas for Joy, Earl plays along. It turns out Joy isn't the only one who keeps a secret: Her mother has one as well and Earl finds out about it.
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Did You Know?
Alvin and the Chipmunk's Christmas special is heard playing on the t.v that Earl and Randy are watching. Jason Lee (Earl) went on to receive the role of Dave in Alvin and the chipmunks (2007) See more
A casino would never accept a set of car keys as currency for a bet at a table. Joy's mom could not legally gamble the car away because she was not the legal owner. Randy was the legal owner. He could have returned to the casino the next day and demanded the return of the car. See more
We should go on a beer run. Are we okay to drive?
I know a good way to find out. If I can steer that remote control car around the living room without crashing, then we're okay.
Randy, that's a cat.
We shouldn't drive.
[cut to Earl and Randy swerving back and forth on bicycles that were intended as Christmas presents for Joy's kids
That's when I realised we might be too drunk to drive, but, we weren't too drunk to pedal. Although I learned a valuable lesson that night: if ...
References Smokey and the Bandit
Written by Joan Javits
, Philip Springer
and Tony Springer
Performed by Eartha Kitt See more