On this week's My Name is Earl, the Camden County crew gets its fair share of excitement in the form of a few tornadoes. Even though this episode didn't completely blow me away, it was yet another strong showing as the show works its way through season four.
Most of our characters kicked this installment off angrily - Randy (Ethan Suplee) was sick of crossing things off Earl's (Jason Lee) list, Joy (Jaime Pressly) and Darnell (Eddie Steeples) were beginning to argue over who is more intelligent, and Catalina (Nadine Velazquez) was fed up with unwanted male attention (and all three scenes featured some hilarious freeze frames). Soon after Randy accidentally let the list fly away with the breeze, the first of three tornadoes hits the area, and in the aftermath, a spirited, town-wide game of Finders Keepers is underway. Catalina has other plans though, when Patty the Daytime Hooker (Dale Dickey) tries to take her purse. She sees a gun on the ground and, after an overdue diatribe about being fed up with everything, uses it to take her purse back (and a few other things). Soon though, a well-traveled Bible flies into the picture causing her and Patty to try and seek forgiveness from God.
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