My Name Is Earl

Season 2 Episode 11

South of the Border, Part Dos

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Dec 07, 2006 on NBC
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In the second half of this special one hour episode, Earl and Randy face problems in their quest to take Catalina off Earl's list and bring her home after she was deported because of Earl. Joy's friendly attitude causes the neighbors to get closer and Darnell doesn't like it at all.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Earl looks for Randy after accidentally hurting his feelings. He finds him next to a Spanish speaking man singing the Spanish version of the Cyndi Lauper "Time after Time". As seen in a previous episode "Larceny Of a Kitty Cat", Randy will listen to the English version of this song over and over again after he breaks up with a girl.

      • This episode is full of Spanish versions of American songs, Including Cyndi Lauper's Time after Time and Survivor's Eye of the Tiger

      • Crossed off in this episode

        #??? (new) Got Catalina kicked out of America. (Probably #267)

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    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Red Dawn

        John Leguizamo's character shooting his guns in the air and yelling "Wolverines!" is a reference to the 80's movie Red Dawn starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey.

      • Bugle Boy Jeans

        Diego: Are those Bugle Boy jeans you're wearing?

        This is a reference to a series of commercials in the 80's, where an attractive lady would stop a car and ask a hitchhiker the jeans he was wearing were Bugle Boys. When he answered yes, she would then smile and drive off, leaving him by the side of the road.

      • Rocky

        The mariachi playing "Eye of the Tiger" while Earl tried to cross the balance beam is a reference to the training montage from the first Rocky film.

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