Loosely based on Kirstie Alley's real life struggles, this unscripted reality/comedy hybrid follows a semi-fictional film and TV star, in an ongoing attempt to find work and love in the cruel environment of Hollywood.
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Earl is still lying in the middle of the road next to Billie, both of whom are unconscious after being hit by a car. The accident puts Earl in a coma and takes him to an alternate world in the form of a sitcom. Meanwhile, Randy, Darnell, Joy and Catalina begin doing whatever they can to ensure Earl lives. After several attempts, Earl continues to be stuck in a fevered state and is visited by Paris Hilton in his dream. The group realizes they are all out ideas and turn to their last option, a little boy that can cure everything with his finger. The boy refuses to help because he thinks Joy has the devil on her side, so Darnell and Randy try to prove to him that she does not. Has Earl's bad karma gotten the best of him? Will he find the strength to survive his coma?
Earl is still lying in the middle of the road next to Billie, both of whom are unconscious after being hit by a car. The accident puts Earl in a coma and takes him to an alternate world in the form of a sitcom.
In episode 107, the series finale, Kirstie discovers her bank account is running low on funds and schemes to get yet another lucrative deal from NBC.
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In episode 101, the series premiere, John Travolta recommends a diet guru (Kelly Preston) whose bad weight-control advice to Kirstie includes bulimia; Kirstie pursues black men, believing they'll find her size alluring.
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