The fourth and final season of My Name Is Earl originally aired from September 25, 2008 to May 14, 2009 on NBC.
It's the grand re-opening of Mystery Funland, and Joy has a plan to get the kids in for free. With a magic marker, she draws "Make-A-Wish" on their T-shirts.
When Carl and Kay called Earl and Randy to pick up their stuff, the boys didn't realize they were going to have to buy it or lose it. It's yard sale time! Randy is thrilled to find his old puppet Milo, who always tells the truth.
Gas prices are so high that Earl tries not to drive too much, but it's hard to say no to Catalina.
After a mishap with the hot tub Earl gave Joy, she is confined to a makeshift bubble thanks to a dangerous toe infection forcing Earl to take on Joy's role. While helping out the Turners, Earl makes a worrying discovery about the kids.
Joy is merrily driving, chomping on some chicken nuggets when a guy with a gun hops in her car.
Darnell thinks Earl, Randy and Catalina should sell cake because it would make the Crab Shack classy.
Earl decides it's high time to cross #213 off his list - never let Randy have anything better than Earl.
It's Halloween season again.
Living at the motel, Earl's had his fill of annoying neighbors, most of whom won't shut up.
Earl decides to fix another item on his list. The day he dented the bar at the Crab Shack is actually the same day as the anniversary of his marriage to Joy.
When Earl can't figure out which list item to do next, Randy suggests doing anything else.
Earl brings the Bookmobile to the trailer park.
When a scruffy guy tells Joy a sad story and asks for money, she pretends to believe his tale of woe, and takes him inside the Crab Shack so everyone can laugh at him.
One great thing about the Crab Shack -- people come by whenever they have something exciting to share.
Earl and Randy are overjoyed to find a new reality game show featuring their all-time favorite actor, Erik Estrada.
Earl drowns his sorrows at the Crab Shack, feeling responsible for destroying Joy's lifelong dream of being famous and blowing Darnell's cover in the process.
Since Joy, Darnell and the boys are in the witness protection program, Earl and Randy move back into the trailer.
Since Joy, Darnell and the kids are in the Witness Protection Program, Earl and Randy move into the trailer, where they can enjoy the luxury of their own beds.
Randy never got to see Joy and Darnell before they went into witness protection, and he's missing them so bad, that he made his own Darnell scarecrow.
Since Joy and Darnell are out of witness protection, Earl and Randy are hard at work scrubbing down the trailer in preparation for their return.
On slow days, Earl and Randy like to bet on who will be the next person to come through the door at the Crab Shack.
Earl and Randy hang out at the Crab Shack working on #83 on Earl's list: Never taught Randy how to blow a bubble. Furious, Joy drags Dodge to the claw machine and puts him in time out.
Randy busts into the motel room, demanding that Earl drive to Joy's and punch her in the face.
The people Earl hangs out with usually don't spend much time at churches, but when he hears about a church bazaar, he happily makes an exception.
Ernie's Crab Shack is named for three things: the type of food it's famous for; the type of building it is; and its owner, Ernie Belcher, who's been missing for several years.
Everyone gathers at the Crab Shack to watch the second installment of Geraldo Rivera's Inside Probe, investigating the mysterious disappearance of Crab Shack owner, Ernie Belcher.
Every year, Dodge's school holds Career Day, where dads come in to talk about their jobs. Earl is relieved that it's Darnell's turn.