Earl J. Hickey
Ray Ray Washington
Introduced and crossed off in this episode
#101 Stole a girl's identity.
"I Can Help" by Billy Swan (Earl explains in vitro fertilization)
"Family Affair" by Sly and the Family Stone (The story lines wrap up)
In this episode we learn that Joy trims her pubic hair in the shape of a lightning bolt.
The episode title "BLOW" is a pun on GLOW which stood for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, a syndicated womens wrestling show from the late '80s.
Joy: This is for slashing my tires. (spins Liberty around the ring)
Liberty: (hits Joy on the back) That's for trashing my credit rating.
Joy: (puts Liberty in a leg lock) And this is for making out with that Math teacher when you knew he had a crush on me.
(Joy grabs Liberty by her hair)
Liberty: Not my weave, not my weave.
Talent Scout: Damn! A deweaving, now you can't fake that.
Ray-Ray: I better go get that hair.
Randy: (yelling at Liberty) You, go to the back of the bus.
Earl: (voiceover) Randy, may have had the perfect head for wrestling, but his heart was a little too soft, and he just couldn't take the booing.
Randy: I'm not really the man. I'm Randy and I'm nice. I like black people, I love Oprah especially when she acts black.
Liberty: (yells at Ray-Ray) Come on, let's go.
(Darnell begins to follow)
Darnell: Sorry baby, sometimes I just respond to yelling.
Darnell: What's your little man's name?
Ray-Ray: Oh, this right here is mister bearded dragon. Yours?
Darnell: Mister turtle. Call me if you ever interested in setting up a play date.
Ray-Ray: Oh, that be nice.
Joy: You? Earl, if this whom I'm supposed to met, we're done. I'd rather have a pitbull of puppies stick a litter in me than carry this woman's demon child.
Liberty: That pitbull would have to be pretty drunk to knock you up.
Earl: Okay, that's a nice icebreaker now let's stop right there while the score's even.
Liberty: Road whore!
Earl: Okay, still tied, two to two.
Catalina: Are you guys done with this gum on the side of the tv?
Randy: Pink gum, yes, green gum, no.
Joy: Well, lookie here. Looks like we got us a little private time. You wanna have sex? (opens her overcoat)
Earl: Joy, are you crazy?
Joy: Crazy for you. Made us some sangria. (hands the bottle to Earl and licks her lips)
Earl: I'll drink the sangria, but the days of me and you having sex are over.
Joy: I need to get knocked-up, Earl. Juries go easier on pregnant women, and you know I got a deaf lawyer and I'm guilty, so I need all the help I can get, and Darnell's not giving it to me so I need it from you.
Earl: Look, it sounds like a perfectly good plan, but I can't be a part of that. Besides, I can't do that to Darnell.
Joy: Oh, come on Earl, you spent a few years taking care of one of his babies, now he can take care of one of yours.
Earl: Joy, just go home.
Joy: God, I've never been 0 for two in one night. Two for three, but never 0 for two.
(Randy enters the room)
Joy: (opens her coat) Randy, you know where babies come from?
Randy: Yeah, the bottom of that fuzzy lightning bolt.
Joy: (yelling at Darnell) Fine. But, just so you know I didn't wash the sheets from last night yet, so I may not need you anyway.
Joy: This pamphlet says that pregnant women have a 50% higher acquittal rate with sympathetic jurors. Double snap! Darnell, get your jammy bottoms off right now.
Joy: 'Cause, you're gonna get me impregnated so I won't be incarcerated. Damn, I know a lot of big words.
Darnell: Joy, that's a terrible reason to have a baby.
Joy: A terrible reason? Darnell, the reason I had my first child was a broken condom. Reason I had my second one: because we were standing up, you had a cramp in your leg which prohibited you from making a timely exit. Staying out of jail is the best reason I ever had. (puts her hand under the covers) Now, gimme that thingy and let's do this.
Darnell: No, stop pulling on me.
(Liberty hits Randy on the head with a chair)
Liberty: Hey, Ray-Ray you can go on the long walk with your stupid lizard, I found a new white devil.
Earl: Anyway, I was hoping to do something to make up for running up your credit card.
Liberty: I don't know what you can do, I got all the debt erased. They finally realized a black woman didn't have any use for a tanning bed and Jimmy Buffet tickets.
Liberty: (on the phone) No, I did not buy tickets to Graceland. Elvis stole his music from the black man. Why would I want to see what he bought with the money?
Joy: Parking space says compact, so unless you want a ticket you better move your fat ass.
Liberty: What, you'd just say?
(Joy backs up her car)
Liberty: Whoa, whoa! (she falls inside the car's trunk)
Liberty: Oh, hell no!
(Liberty takes a knife out of her purse)
Joy: Oh, you gonna cut me?
Liberty: Oh, yeah!
Joy: Okay. What I got? (searches her car)
Liberty: Enjoy the parking space, cause you gonna be here a while. (punches the car's tire)
(Earl gets out of the car)
Earl: Liberty, calm down, okay.
Joy: I got a hair spray and a lighter. Hope your man like barbecue.
Liberty: Bring it.
Earl: Don't test her. I've seen her cook a turkey that way, just, just, go.
Liberty: Fine. But, I'm not leaving because I'm scared, I'm leaving to find my man a new parking space.
Joy: Check it out. I was just in my deaf lawyer's office and the most unbelievable thing happen.
Earl: She can hear now?
Joy: No, you idiot.
Randy: She can see through walls?
Joy: Yeah, that's it genius, she can see through walls.
(Randy is drinking two glasses of beers at the same time)
Randy: I told you the light beer drinks faster.
Earl: Well, it only makes sense.
Joy: (Opening her robe to entice Randy) Randy, do you know where babies come from?
Randy: (rather nonchalantly) Yeah right at the bottom of that fuzzy lightning bolt.
Earl: Wow, a half-sister!
Randy: Is it the top half or the bottom? I'm amazed they even kept her alive.
Joy: I'm amazed they kept you alive.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Černá dáma wrestlingu (Black Lady of Wrestling)
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: November 12, 2009 on Prima COOL
Earl: Joy made Liberty's neighbor an offer she couldn't refuse.
Assistant: Don't say things you've seen the movies, like you're out of order or you can't handle the truth.
This is in reference to Jack Nicholson's famous line from the movie A Few Good Men which premiered in 1992.
you're out of order is in reference to Al Pacino's line from the 1979 movie ...And Justice for All.
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