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Earl J. Hickey
Earl's guitar is a Fender Stratocaster, the most popular electric guitar in the world.
"Takin' Care of Business" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
"All Right Now" by Free
"Take This Job and Shove It" by Johnny Paycheck
"You're No Good" by Linda Ronstandt
"Hair Of The Dog" by Nazareth
Introduced and crossed off in this episode
#202 Stole a wallet from a guy at a gas station.
(Earl holds Xena back after she kicks her boss Pat Patrick)
Earl: Take it easy, Xena! You don't want to swallow that new retainer.
Xena: Oohh, God your hands on my body feel so right.
Xena: (Quickly) Nothing.
Xena: You're taking all those rolls to Mr. Patrick's house? He goes through a lot of toilet paper because he is so full of crap! Ee-yesss!
Mr. Patrick: Are you and e. coli buddies?
Earl: Is that the little Asian fellow in back who does the dishes?
(Earl just stole the wallet in the bathroom)
Earl: Wahoo!!!....Uh, wow, they have my favorite brand of toilet paper...
Joy: (to Earl) Well, look at you all dressed up in that cute uniform. They even had your size, extra dorky.
(Earl is at the drive throw window and Joy and Darnell, pulls up)
Joy: Oh, my God! Earl Hickey working as a burger dummy? I think we can go ahead and park and come in.
Mr. Patrick: Hey Hickey, what was this doing in the trash? (holds up a tub of mayonnaise)
Earl: It was empty. You said recycling was for morons.
Mr. Patrick: Check under the rim?There were six burgers worth of mayo you could have swabbed out of there. Use your head.
Randy: (to a customer) You can feel good about your decision to eat here, my brother didn't spit in it, cause his into karma and whatnot.
Co Worker: (to Earl) That's ok, I had to eat a hamburger patty he wiped on a toilet seat.
Earl: (thinking) One good thing about the cold is finding things in your coat pockets that you put there a year ago.
Catalina: Gas leak, get up, we're all being poisoned.
Randy: Five more minutes.
Catalina: Five more minutes, and you'll be dead.
Randy: Four more minutes?
Earl: What do you want? A snake, an eel or an earthworm?
Kid: I want a dinosaur.
Earl: A dinosaur? Here.
Kid: This is not a dinosaur.
Earl: Sure, it is. It's a Balloon-nosaurus rex. Now, get out of here.
Earl: Welcome to Stars. May I take your order and your clothes look stupid too. Hey, Crabman. Hey, Crabman's turtle.
Darnell: Hey, Earl. That's from both of us.
(Narrating)Earl: One good thing about the cold is, find the things in your coat pocket you forgot you put there a year ago.
Randy: Hey look, it's Mr. Fishy. That's where he was.
Randy:I never understood how Bill is short for William. If anything Bill should be short for Billiam.
Earl: Maybe Karma's behind this whole thing Randy. I mean the guy finally got what he deserved. Maybe Karma just borrowed my fist to give it to him.
Randy : What a jerk. You should report that guy to the manager.
Earl: He is the Manager.
Randy : Oh. Then he already knows.
Catalina: I had a horrible uncle with a hot wife and a big house, but later we found out that the house and the wife, both had mold in the basement.
The Czech episode title is "Karmo, kde jsi?", meaning "Karma, Where Are You?"
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: September 24, 2009 on Prima COOL
Mr. Patrick: Hey Marlboro Man, why don't you trot on over here.
The Marlboro Man is the long standing symbol of the Marlboro brand cigarettes. He is a cowboy who is often portrayed riding on a horse.
Earl: ...underneath was that guy from U2 that does all that Charity.
That guy from U2 is their lead singer Bono. He is known for his political world views and his attempts at raising money for people all over the world.
Randy: Bono was that guy from U2, Sonny Bono.
Sonny Bono is not in U2 and never has been. Sonny Bono was a 70's singer and variety show host with then wife, Cher. He later went into politics and became a Representative in Congress.
Episode Title: O Karma, Where Art Thou?
The episode title is a reference to the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou starring George Clooney. It's a movie about escaped convicts in the 1930's going on a quest for treasure in the deep south.
Rocky and Bullwinkle
Randy asks Jasper's Russian bride Tatiana to say "moose and squirrel," which is the popular catchphrase that Natasha uses to describe the animal heroes in the cartoon series "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show". Boris and Natasha are the Russian antagonists who hatch plans that are constantly foiled by Rocky the squirrel and Bullwinkle the moose.
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