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Karma is a funny thing. Just ask Earl who's learning the hard way that when you do something bad, it has a way of coming back and biting you in the ass! Hoping to turn his life around, Earl's got a lengthy list of detestable deeds to make up for.
Earl begins to serve his prison sentence. While he's there, he runs into Sonny, who teaches Earl the best way to go unnoticed. Meanwhile, Joy and Darnell are forced to take care of Randy while Earl is gone.
Earl begins his prison sentence. Meanwhile, Joy tries to repay Earl by taking care of Randy, who is struggling to adjust, and a prison bully is looking for Earl.
The warden offers Earl a month off his sentence if he can negotiate a truce between the African-American gang and the Latino gang. But during the negotiations, he learns that the the two leaders are actually in love.
Earl runs into his old roommate Frank, who is in prison for a bank robbery that Earl and Randy were supposed to help with. However, Earl missed the robbery at the last minute because he married Joy the night before.
While Earl struggles to write a paper for his prison creative writing class, Randy, Joy, Darnell, and Catalina have no trouble coming up with creative story ideas of their own.
Earl tries to get Frank back together with his girlfriend after she breaks up with him, but he has second thoughts when he discovers that she'd be better off without him. Meanwhile Catalina gets a compromising cell phone photo of Joy.
While enjoying TV time in prison, Earl and Randy are excited when they see that the show "Cops" is filming in Camden County.
Randy and the prisoners watch a second episode of "Cops," which features the Camden County Police responding to a series of disturbances on the first 4th of July after 9/11.
Earl is supposed to set up a "scared straight" lecture for school kids, until he gets in a fight with Randy over who's taking care of whom. Meanwhile, Joy tries to induce labor.
Earl and Randy are teamed up against their will to catch Frank, who escaped from a prison van under Randy's watch. Joy and her sister fight over how Joy's baby will be born.
The warden promises to take the last six months off of Earl's sentence if he helps him out of one final jam. It ultimately will require him to spend the remainder of his lottery winnings on putting on a prom in the prison.
The warden reneges on his promise to Earl to grant an early release, so Earl launches a plan to escape from prison.
Earl is out of prison, but he and Randy are broke and homeless. So when he sees Ralph living the good life doing bad things, he declares that there is no karma and throws away the list.
Earl is in a coma after being hit by a car. Randy steals an ambulance to get him to the hospital, but getting there proves to be difficult and complicated.
Nothing can get Earl out of his coma, so Randy turns to a young faith healer from their past. However, the boy says that he no longer heals people because he discovered how Earl lived his life after he "healed" him the first time.
Randy discovers that crossing items off Earl's list improves his condition, but the first item he chooses, returning a stolen motorcycle, brings back a frightening memory from Randy and Earl's past that Randy had forgotten.
The next item that Randy tries to cross off of Earl's list involves ruining their parents' vacation--by leaving a duffel bag full of marijuana they found in the bed of their truck at their parents' house, only to have them find it.
Earl is still in a coma but released from the hospital, and Randy finds a way to get him to cross an item off the list by helping out a pair of paraplegic siblings.
Now that Earl is out of his coma, he sets out to find his true love, Billie. However, finding her is difficult, and he discovers that she has several other suitors trying to get her.
Billie starts her own list, and she and Earl help out a grocery store bagger whom they share on their lists. However, Earl soon discovers that Billie doesn't completely understand the concept of karma and The List.
Earl discovers that helping the women he wronged on his list causes karma to improve his marriage to Billie.
When Earl finds out that making up for all the bad things he did to women changes Billie's behavior to the good, he picks the worst thing he ever did to women on his list. Billie wants him to choose between her and his list. When he picks the list, she steals it and starts un-doing the items he has already accomplished.
Jaime Pressly(Joy Turner)
Ethan Suplee(Randy Hickey)
Jason Lee(Earl Hickey)
Eddie Steeples(Darnell "Crab Man" Turner)
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