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My Name Is Earl/My Name Is Inmate 28301-016

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My Name Is Inmate 28301-016
Season 3, Episode 1 & 2
Airdate September 27, 2007
Production Number 3ALJ01/3ALJ02
Writer(s) Part 1
Michael Pennie
Part 2
Kat Likkel
and John Hoberg
Director(s) Michael Fresco
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My Name Is EarlSeason Three
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My Name Is Inmate 28301-016 is the first and second episodes of the third season of My Name Is Earl, and the forty-eighth and forty-ninth episodes overall.

Starring: Jason Lee (Earl Hickey), Ethan Suplee (Randy Hickey), Jaime Pressly (Joy Turner), Nadine Velazquez (Catalina), Eddie Steeples (Darnell "Crabman" Turner)

Special Guest Star: Ben Foster (Glen)

Guest Starring: Leo Fitzpatrick (Sonny), Bill Macy (Whiskey Pete), Bill Henderson (), Noah Crawford (Young Earl), Michael Bailey Smith (), Victor Varnado (Albino Gang Leader), Bennet Guillory (), Joey "Coco" Diaz (Prisoner #1), Andy Mackenzie (Prisoner #2), Josh Wolf (Josh), Keith Oney (Skinhead #2), Edward "Grapevine" Fordham, Jr. ()

Co-Starring: Camden! (Young Glen), Doyle Stack (Teenager), Roger Burton (Skinny John), Angel Oquendo (Prison Medic)

Uncredited: Giovanni Ribisi (Ralph (voice only))

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

  • Inmate Number: The inmate number used by Earl in this episode belonged at the time to another inmate in a federal prison, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the former assistant to Vice President Dick Cheney who was convicted and sentenced to 30 months in prison on June 5, 2007 for obstruction of justice, making false statements and perjury in regard to the Valerie Plame incident. Libby was later pardoned by President George W. Bush.

Memorable Moments

Quotes