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#174 Ruined Dodge's Career Day. (We never get to see if it was crossed-off).
"Wooly Bully" by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (Randy wins stuffed animals)
"Roadhouse Blues" by The Doors (Randy has a fist fight)
Normally Randy has facial hairs, but during the fight scene with Wally, it is shown that he is shaved. It is apparent that a stunt double was used.
Introduced in this episode:
#277 Made Randy and Pinky break up. (At the end, the problem was solved, meaning Earl crossed it off, even though we did not see it on-screen)
"I Put A Spell On You" by Creedence Clearwater Revival (Witch Lady flashback)
"Season Of The Witch" by Donovan (Joy pushes over the Witch Lady)
"Theme From Shaft" by Issac Hayes (Darnell's phone rings)
"Join Together" by The Who (Closing scenes)
"Rocket Man" by Elton John (Closing scenes)
Written on the note board when Darnell's dad comes in to give him his orders:
Gain control of Arctic Resources
Replace Prime Minister of Canada w/ android
Blame global warming on Syrians
Locate and destroy leaders of New Zealand revolutionary movement
Drop off point
Checked off as completed when Darnell comes back
Replaced Prime Minister of Canada w/ android
Located and destroyed leaders of New Zealand revolutionary movement
"The Girl from Ipanema" sung by Astrud Gilberto (Played on Thomas' car radio)
"Theme From Shaft" by Issac Hayes (Thomas' flashback to being a spy)
"Secret Agent Man" by Johnny Rivers (Earl watches father and son work)
The entire scene of Earl making an exposition about Karma, is similar to the one he did in the season one episode "The Professor". Also, during the exposition, he mentions two actions he did in previous episodes of this season:
"Stole An RV" - He helped two soldiers to become friends again.
"We've Got Spirit" - He and Randy became cheerleaders.
"Wake Me Up Before You Go Go" by Wham! (Played at the Crab Shack)
"I Want a New Drug" by Huey Lewis & the News (Sleep therapy)
"I Feel Good" by James Brown (Good night sleep comes back)
"Here And Now" by Luther Vandross (Slow jam in the van)
"Born To Move" by Creedence Clearwater Revival (Earl becomes friends with Zeke)
"(I've Had) The Time Of My Life" by Earl Hickey and Zeke (At the Crab Shack for karaoke night)
"Waiting On A Friend" by The Rolling Stones (Earl explains to Zeke how to become friends with his brother Arlo)
"Undercover Of The Night" by The Rolling Stones (Joy learns to be Mrs. Rosenstein)
"The Gambler" by Joy Turner (Jaime Pressly) (Joy performs on Estrada Or Nada)
Earl supposedly gave the blue door back to its owner at the end of "Nature's Game Show". However, it appears on the car at the end of this episode.
It is revealed that Randy is 31.
In the episode "Sticks and Stones", it was told Earl had hairy nipples when he was a kid. In this episode, young Earl is seen without a T-shirt, and there is no hair at all on his chest.
"Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd (Earl's flashback)
"Old Time Rock and Roll" by Bob Seger (Earl's flashback)
"Old Time Rock and Roll" by Bob Seger (Earl walks in on Ronnie's parents)
"Amazing Grace" by Johnny Cash (The turtle is buried)
"It Takes Two" by Rob Base and D.J. E-Z Rock (The dance contest)
"Slow Turning" by John Hiatt (Closing scenes)
"Here Comes Santa Claus" by Gene Autry (Played on Mr. Hill's radio)
"Up Around the Bend" by Creedence Clearwater Revival (Earl explains the scam)
"Paint It Black" by The Rolling Stones (The consequences of the scam are explained)
"Here Comes Santa Claus" by Gene Autry (Closing scenes)
The El Camino can be seen in this episode still sporting its one blue door. At the end of the previous episode (with the tornadoes), Earl found the guy whose car he stole the door from. 'I believe I owe you a blue door'. He shoudln't really still have a door on that side of his car.
"Oh Susannah" by Dan Coscino's Band (The band is playing live in the bar while Earl and Randy and Raynard pick up girls)
"Rainy Day Mushroom Pillow" by Strawberry Alarm Clock (Joy is drugged by berries)
"Jump Around" by House of Pain (Catalina jumps)
"Don't Bring Me Down" by ELO (Raynard gets a job)
"Colours" by Donovan (Closing scenes)
"Couldn't Stand The Weather" by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble (Tensions are rising)
"Dust In The Wind" by Kansas (Closing scenes)