Earl is back for a wild second season, still trying his best to do good deeds while getting into offbeat misadventures as only he can.
Season 3 finds our hero in the toughest spot of his life prison! Of course, Earl was only taking the rap for Joy.
In its freshman season, viewers are introduced to Earl Hickey, a lifelong (but oddly lovable) no-account who wins the lottery, then promptly loses the ticket after being hit by a car. In an epiphany, Earl realizes its all because of bad karma. Thus begins Earls quest to turn his karma around by making amends for all his former misdeeds, of which there are plenty.
Earl Hickey is an unrepentant ne?er-do-well with a long list of things he?s done wrong in life. All that changes when he wins a small lottery and, in a swift twist of fate, learns the meaning of ?karma?: Do good things and good things happen.
It's a Mother's Day to remember.
Burt gets musical (and kosher).
Burt’s parents (Guest stars Shirley Jones and Lee Majors) come to town with the surprising news that he actually is Jewish. So Burt takes a musical crash course in his newfound heritage to prepare for the Bar Mitzvah he never had. Then, it’s a Mother’s Day to remember as Burt and Barney take a road trip to Maw Maw’s childhood home and discover that her mother may still be alive. Multiple generations of crazy gather under one roof.
The Chances throw a birthday party for Hope.
Sabrina is excited to introduce her new friend Rachel to the family.
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It’s a “My Name is Earl” reunion as the Chances throw a birthday party for Hope. Jason Lee reprises his guest-star role as former rock star Smokey Floyd, and he is joined by guest stars Jaime Pressly, Ethan Suplee, Nadine Velazquez and Eddie Steeples as Natesville locals who all band together to save the party. Then, Sabrina is excited to introduce her new friend Rachel (guest star Hilary Duff) to the family, but Virginia and Burt are shocked when she turns out to be Jimmy’s ex-girlfriend who broke his heart as a teenager.
Surprises are in store for Hope and Jimmy.