On the set of Raising Hope recently, Jason Lee is feeling a little out of sorts. No, it's not the gray, long-haired wig (complete with a Snooki-esque pouf). It's not the faded yellow shirt with cut-out sides and maroon, leopard print skintight pants he's wearing. And it's not the facial latex, which took at least two hours to age him 15 plus years. It's something much more familiar.
"There are probably 30 crew members on this that worked on My Name is Earl and being with Greg [Garcia] at the monitors, it literally feels like I'm on the set of Earl," Lee tells TVGuide.com. "It's really bizarre and it makes me miss Earl that much more."
Although Lee's current get-up is far from the flannel shirts and handlebar mustache so closely associated with karma-conscious Earl Hickey, the appearance is very much a homecoming. More than a year after NBC pulled Earl off the air four seasons in, Lee is reuniting with Earl creator Garcia on his first-year sitcom Raising Hope.
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