My Name Is Earl (2005–2009)
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Our 'Cops' Is On! 

The gang fondly watches an episode of "Cops" in which they were featured.

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The gang fondly watches an episode of "Cops" in which they were featured.

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TV-14
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4 January 2007 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Randy is scared of heights (but not of flying, as shown in the previous two-part episode). This episode marks the first time the show had to be bleeped or censored. See more »

Goofs

Timothy Stack claims in this episode that IMDb lists 63 acting credits for him. However, the episode was set in 2003, at which point he would have had 57 acting credits. See more »

Quotes

Joy: I love you so much baby. I am gonna
[beep]
Joy: your
[beep]
Joy: [beep] with my sweet sweet sweet love
[beep]
Joy: [beep]
[beep]
Joy: [beeeeeeeeeep] .
Earl: Sssh. You had me at balls.
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References Quincy M.E. (1976) See more »

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Afternoon Delight
(uncredited)
Written by Bill Danoff
Performed by Starland Vocal Band
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Tim Stack drunkenly disputes IMDb
5 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this hilarious parody of "Cops," comic actor Tim Stack appears as himself, pulled over for a DUI, as his car serpentines past a grammar school.

He drunkenly boasts to the star-struck officer that he has "63" entries on IMDb--but angrily claims to have been cheated on the total. It seems the site only counts his 1981 appearance on a two-parter "Quincy" episode as a single entry.

Later, when his vehicle is found by another cop crashed against a telephone pole, Stack woozily rolls down his window and tries to order fast food.

Funny (and hopefully untrue)stuff.


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