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      Season 3 – My Name Is Earl

      2007 Comedy List
      67% 6 Reviews Tomatometer 84% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Earl has taken one too many wrong turns on the highway of life as a bully and a low-rent crook, but he wins a lottery and has an epiphany: He will turn his good fortune into a life-changing event, as he sets out to right all the wrongs from his past. Despite his seemingly limited intelligence, he is oddly effective -- and has a voice and style all his own. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Dec 11 Buy Now

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      Episodes

      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 27, 2007 My Name Is Inmate 28301-016 As he begins his jail sentence, Earl discovers that life behind bars is difficult; Joy finds the perfect gift to pay Earl back. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 27, 2007 My Name Is Inmate 28301-016 Earl discovers that life behind bars is difficult; Randy has difficulty adjusting to his new life without Earl. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 4, 2007 The Gangs of Camden County The warden (Craig T. Nelson) approaches Earl to help with a gang problem going on in the prison yard; Randy continues suffering from Earl withdrawals. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 11, 2007 The Frank Factor Earl is surprised to find a fellow inmate (Michael Rapaport) is someone both he and Joy know. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 18, 2007 Creative Writing Earl attends a creative-writing class in prison; Randy creates a make-believe world; Catalina lives out a soap-opera story. Details Episode 6 Aired Oct 25, 2007 Frank's Girl Earl has no one to visit him on conjugal-visit day at the prison; Frank's girlfriend breaks up with him; Joy gets herself into a messy situation with Catalina. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 1, 2007 Our Other Cops Is On! While enjoying TV time in prison, Earl and Randy see that "Cops" is filming in Camden County; Kenny, featured in the "Cops" episode riding along with an officer, shows resentment toward Earl. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 1, 2007 Our Other Cops Is On! While enjoying TV time in prison, Earl and Randy see that "Cops" is filming in Camden County; Kenny, featured in the "Cops" episode riding along with an officer, shows resentment toward Earl. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 8, 2007 Randy in Charge (... of Our Days and Our Nights) The warden (Craig T. Nelson) asks Earl to create a skit that will discourage kids from committing crimes; Randy argues with Earl about who is in charge. Details Episode 10 Aired Nov 15, 2007 Midnight Bun Joy is impatient to have the baby and asks Darnell to help speed things up; Frank (Michael Rapaport) escapes when Randy takes the convicts for ice cream. Details Episode 11 Aired Nov 29, 2007 Burn Victim As part of a favor to the warden (Craig T. Nelson), Earl finds himself spending his last penny to arrange a prison prom. Details Episode 12 Aired Dec 6, 2007 Early Release When Earl discovers the warden destroyed his early-departure tickets, he turns to his friends to help him escape from prison. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 10, 2008 Bad Earl Earl has a hard time adjusting to life outside prison and continues to hold a grudge against karma; Randy turns to Earl's old friends to undertake an intervention on Christmas. Details Episode 14 Aired Apr 3, 2008 I Won't Die With a Little Help From My Friends Real-life events, places and people, including celebrity Paris Hilton, filter into Earl's fevered mind as he lies unconscious. Details Episode 15 Aired Apr 3, 2008 I Won't Die With a Little Help From My Friends Real-life events, places and people, including celebrity Paris Hilton, filter into Earl's fevered mind as he lies unconscious. Details Episode 16 Aired Apr 10, 2008 Stole a Motorcycle While Earl is in a coma, Randy realizes that every item he completes off Earl's list helps Earl get better, and asks Joy and Darnell to help him solve the mystery of a stolen motorcycle. Details Episode 17 Aired Apr 17, 2008 No Heads and a Duffel Bag While Earl remains in a coma, Joy and Randy decide to continue crossing items off Earl's list to help with his recovery; Earl's parents return from vacation and discover a duffel bag full of marijuana. Details Episode 18 Aired Apr 24, 2008 Killerball Instead of putting Earl in long-term care, Randy decides to take care of Earl himself; Joy, Darnell and Randy work together to complete the next task on Earl's list. Details Episode 19 Aired May 1, 2008 Love Octagon After waking from a coma, Earl sets out to find Billie, who may be his soul mate; Darnell and Joy have to move into the Crab Shack. Details Episode 20 Aired May 8, 2008 Girl Earl Karma leads Earl back to Billie (Alyssa Milano), so they decide they were meant to give their relationship another chance. Details Episode 21 Aired May 15, 2008 Camdenites With troubles in his marriage escalating, Earl turns to his friends for advice. Details Episode 22 Aired May 15, 2008 Camdenites With troubles in his marriage escalating, Earl turns to his friends for advice; Billie forces Earl to choose between her and the list. Details Next
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      Critics Reviews

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      Previous Alan Sepinwall Newark Star-Ledger By this point, "Earl" is what it is: a sometimes amusing, sometimes dull, shaggy dog comedy. Oct 3, 2018 Full Review Jon Caramanica Los Angeles Times Surprisingly, given its sometimes tunnel-like perspective, "Earl" also succeeds with topical humor. Oct 3, 2018 Full Review Amanda Ann Klein PopMatters Earl is proof that a popular primetime sitcom can be both bitingly funny and socially relevant. 8/10 Oct 3, 2018 Full Review Jane Boursaw CinemaBlend I love this show, but this [season premiere] episode wasn't as funny as I hoped it would be - especially after waiting since last May for it. Sure, it's nice to have Earl and the gang back, but let's see something really inspired, Earl Writers. Oct 3, 2018 Full Review Jonah Krakow IGN Movies A line graph of his life in season three would look like a downhill ski run, while a graph of episode quality over the course of the season would look like a rollercoaster. 7/10 Oct 3, 2018 Full Review Carl England Den of Geek Season three is an excellent return to greatness, albeit in a slightly altered form from before, but still, a fantastic addition to a series with as much warmth as a burning building. 3/5 Oct 2, 2018 Full Review Next
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      Previous Jamie marinic This is my favourite show but this seasons terrible. Its so boring and loses its story, the plot for each episode was bad and the prison setting was terrible. this season season 3 has 67% and the last season season 2 had 91% skip this season. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 05/18/23 Full Review Audience Member Strong season, even without the list plot being the main focus Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member At this stage, Earl J. Hickey has perhaps surpassed mighty Hercules in deeds. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member A crazy mess, Season 3 of My Name is Earl is all over the place and off the rails. After being send to prison Earl continues to work on making up for his bad deeds and finds a friend in the warden, who offers him time off his sentence in exchange for help solving some of the prison's problems, and after he gets out Earl has a crisis of faith. The writers quickly realize that putting Earl in prison was a mistake, and try to get out of it with flashback episodes, furloughs from prison, and eventually an early release at midseason. And they have a tough time coming up with B and C-stories (which are often contrived and awkwardly forced in) to keep Joy, Darnell, and Catalina around. Still, some interesting guest stars make appearances, including Howie Mandel, Jane Lynch, Michael Pena, and Paris Hilton. Also, Craig T. Nelson, Michael Rapaport, and Alyssa Milano join the cast as recurring characters and bring a fresh new energy to the show. My Name is Earl goes to some strange and unusual places in its third season (not all of them good), but manages to deliver plenty of laughs along the way. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Director
      Marc Buckland, Ken Whittingham, Michael Fresco, Eyal Gordin, Chris Koch
      Executive Producer
      Greg Garcia, Marc Buckland
      Screenwriter
      Hilary Winston, Michael Pennie, Danielle Sanchez-Witzel, Bobby Bowman, Greg Garcia, Kat Likkel, Alan Kirschenbaum, Victor Fresco, Vali Chandrasekaran, Michael Shipley, Jessica Goldstein, John Hoberg, Hunter Covington
      Network
      NBC
      Rating
      TV-14
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 27, 2007
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