My Name Is Earl Episodes

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My Name Is Earl Season 2 episodes

The Trial Season 2, Episode 23

Earl (finally) becomes an adult, with a real job, an apartment, a GED and a burgeoning romance. Meanwhile, Joy's trial for stealing a truck arrives---with Earl signed on to help her as a character witness. Marlee Matlin, Giovanni Ribisi and Christine Taylor guest star. Duane “Dog” Chapman, of TV's “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” plays himself in a cameo appearance. read more

Get a Real Job Season 2, Episode 22

When Earl lands his first real job, at an appliance store, the unseemly truths about class differences bubble to the surface. Meanwhile, the stress of Joy's impending trial causes her to make an irrational decision. read more

GED Season 2, Episode 21

As a man who can't get a credit card because he lacks a high-school diploma, a job and even a true home, Earl makes strides to finally grow up. His first step: to return to school to get his GED. In due time, he also develops a newfound appreciation for the work of teachers. read more

Two Balls, Two Strikes Season 2, Episode 20

The death of Camden's most powerful citizen---one Richard Chubby---brings even nastier Little Chubby (Norm MacDonald) to town, as the younger man commandeers the family business. In time, both Earl and Little Chubby learn a valuable lesson about sacrifice. read more

Harassed a Reporter Season 2, Episode 19

As he helps Earl scratch off No. 29 on the list---“harrassed a reporter”---Randy realizes that he's played second fiddle to his dominant brother for far too long. Finally attempting to escape Earl's long shadow, Randy bears witness to the potent power of karma and the media. read more

Guess Who's Coming Out of Joy Season 2, Episode 18

Joy's current pregnancy prompts Earl to reflect on their troubled marriage and how he supported her when she was pregnant back then---with what he thought was his baby. Beau Bridges reprises his role as Earl's father. Montel Williams also guest stars. read more

The Birthday Party Season 2, Episode 17

Earl celebrates his birthday by reminiscing about all the items he's crossed off his list in the past year. Randy organizes a blowout bash for him at the Crab Shack, but it's Earl who ultimately gets crabby when he ends up focusing on his disappointments and past foul-ups. Carl Hickey: Beau Bridges. read more

Blow Season 2, Episode 16

A jarred Joy discovers she has a half sister---one Liberty Washington (Tamala Jones), an aspiring wrestler who just happens to be Joy's lifelong nemesis. Liberty's also on Earl's karmic list, as he once stole her identity and now tries to make amends. read more

Foreign Exchange Student Season 2, Episode 15

And then there was No. 44 on the karmic list, as Earl tries to atone for bullying a French exchange student (Ernie Grunwald) when both were children. Earl's plan is to fly his past quarry to the U.S. and show him the wonders of America. Meanwhile, newlyweds Randy and Catalina find their marriage evolving in bizarre ways. read more

Kept a Guy Locked in a Truck Season 2, Episode 14

A funeral is planned by Earl, who is desperate to make amends to a dead guy he wronged by locking in a truck. Meanwhile, newlyweds Randy and Catalina decide to get an apartment together. read more

Buried Treasure Season 2, Episode 13

Earl doesn't know who to believe when Joy, Darnell and Randy give differing accounts as to what happened to his missing buried treasure. read more

Our 'Cops' Is On! Season 2, Episode 12

Earl, Randy, Joy, Darnell and the other Crab Shack regulars spend a boring Sunday afternoon watching a 2003 repeat of the TV show “Cops,” which was filmed in Camden County and features their unlawful escapades. Donny Jones: Silas Weir Mitchell. Patty: Dale Dickey. Off. Bob Smiley: George Frangides. Off. Stuart Daniels: Mike O'Malley. Off. Bobbi Bowman: Kathy Kinney. read more

South of the Border Season 2, Episode 10

Part 1 of 2. Earl and Randy encounter obstacles as they travel to Mexico to get Catalina back. Meanwhile, Darnell has trouble adjusting to Joy's nicer personality now that she is taking medication to control her anger. Ray Santiago, Emilio Rivera. read more

South of the Border Season 2, Episode 11

Conclusion. While in Mexico searching for Catalina, Earl encounters a fashion-challenged criminal (John Leguizamo), and Randy helps fill a void in the life of a married couple. Back in Camden County, Darnell is annoyed by invasive neighbors and Joy's personality change. Emilio Rivera, Ray Santiago. read more

Born a Gamblin' Man Season 2, Episode 9

At Christmastime, Earl shows Kenny (Gregg Binkley) how to act more manly, and in the process they both develop compulsive gambling habits. Meanwhile, Randy prepares to declare his love for Catalina and Joy enters anger-management therapy. Ruby: Marlee Matlin. Doug: Jonathan Slavin. Nescobar-A-Lop-Lop: Abdoulaye N'Gom. Rosie: Cheryl Hawker. read more

Robbed a Stoner Blind Season 2, Episode 8

Earl and Randy repay a debt to a nonmaterialistic hippie (Christian Slater) by spending a week at the totally self-sufficient, environmentally friendly commune where he lives, an experience that opens Earl's eyes to global warming, which he decides to stop. Naked Nora: Eve Sigall. read more

Mailbox Season 2, Episode 7

Catalina helps Earl tackle No. 75 on his list: “Used a mailbox as a trash can.” This leads to the discovery of two undelivered letters---one is a declaration of a man's love; the other reveals that Darnell is in the Witness Protection Program. Wendy: Jenny McCarthy. Will: Johnny Sneed. read more

Made a Lady Think I Was God Season 2, Episode 6

Earl offers to persuade Millie Banks (Roseanne Barr), the miserable woman who used to manage the trailer park, to lift a restraining order against Joy. At the same time, he seeks Millie's forgiveness for No. 12 on his list: “Made a lady think I was God.” read more

Van Hickey Season 2, Episode 5

Ralph (Giovanni Ribisi) learns something quite upsetting about his mom (Beth Grant), which threatens to end his friendship with Earl. This occurs after Earl gets his old rock-and-roll band back together at the request of former lead singer Tom, a senior citizen who got kicked out of the group before they played their first---and only---gig. Kay: Nancy Lenehan. Tom: Larry Hankin. read more

Larceny of a Kitty Cat Season 2, Episode 4

Randy pursues a romantic relationship with a cat lover named Judy (Amy Sedaris) even though he's very allergic to kitties, and Earl prepares to pick up the pieces of his little brother's broken heart once Judy learns how Randy really feels about felines. read more

Sticks & Stones Season 2, Episode 3

Earl becomes reacquainted with an old classmate (Judy Greer) whom he had made fun of as a kid for having facial hair. Meanwhile, Joy is thrown a major curveball when she meets her court-appointed attorney. Ruby: Marlee Matlin. Coach Lou: Paul Ben-Victor. Doug: Jonathan Slavin. read more

Jump for Joy Season 2, Episode 2

Burt Reynolds guest stars as Richard Chubby, the “richest man in Camden County,” who also happens to be kind of crazy. Earl seeks Richard's financial help when Joy needs a large sum of money, but there's a hitch to receiving the cash that involves Catalina. read more

Very Bad Things Season 2, Episode 1

Earl tackles No. 183 on his list by taking Joy's side for a change, a decision that gets him mixed up in quite a fiasco. read more

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Premiered: September 20, 2005, on NBC
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A petty crook sets out to make amends for his life in this quirky comedy created by Greg Garcia ('Yes, Dear'). Jason Lee brings an endearing warmth to the title role of Earl, who wins $100,000 on a lottery card, and loses it when he's hit by a car. In the hospital, Earl experiences an epiphany---courtesy of Carson Daly, of all people---and resolves to right his wrongs. Along for Earl's ride: his ne'er-do-well brother Randy and a sexy motel maid.

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