Episode - 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (s01e07) | My Name Is Earl Fan Site - My Name is Earl

1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer

Summary

Episode pictrue 1x07 Stole Beer From A GolferAir Date: nbc logo November 8, 2005
Writer(s): Michael Pennie
Director: Chris Koch


Episode Score (Show Episode Stats)

Community rating: 90.7 %


You must be logged in to rated!

Links

Synopsis (Source: Wikipedia)

The fair is in town! There are going to be ferris wheels, cotton candy, The World's Shortest Giant, and the car from Smokey and the Bandit, but before they can go, Earl has to cross an item off his list. Earl secretly fixed a ton of golf games for a golfer when he finds out that the golfer celebrates by buying everyone at the bar a free beer. When Randy slips and tell others about the scam, Earl and Randy have to stop. When they find the golfer to give him the beer they scammed him out of, they find that because the golfer thought he was so good, he was going to go pro and neglected his life for golf and lost his job, and is now living in his car. Since the golfer’s life has tanked, and it is Earl’s fault, Earl has a talk with the golfer’s old boss and manages to get him his old job back. After telling the golfer the good news, he finds out that the golfer also lost his girlfriend. They go to her house and talk her into letting him move back in. Then they find out that the golfers dog was put up for adoption, Earl vows to get everything straight, and tells Randy if he would help him a little, then they could get to the fair. Randy leaves with Earl's keys and disappears. They reunite to find Randy has taken it upon him self to find the golfers dog. Earl adds to his list, „Neglecting Randy“ and vows never to cross it off. They miss the fair, and in order to make it up to Randy, Earl rents the Bandit's car and they drive off into the sunset.

Official Storylines (from NBC)

WILL LIE FOR BEER – This time Earl (Jason Lee) decides to pick something simple from his list – stole beer from a golfer – so that he and Randy (Ethan Suplee) can attend the county fair like they do every year. Seven months prior, Earl and Randy began fixing golf games in order to keep scoring free beer from Scott (guest star Johnny Galecki), who would purchase drinks for everyone whenever he hit a hole-in-one. To atone for this sin, Earl buys Scott cases upon cases of beer. He soon discovers, however, that in order to fully cross Scott off of his list, Earl must help Scott regain the life that he had before he became obsessed with the sport. Earl is helping Scott get his job, apartment, girlfriend, and dog back when Randy suddenly disappears-upset that Earl’s list is taking a front seat to going to the fair with him. Earl soon realizes that his behavior is becoming a little obsessive and causing him to be neglectful of other things in his life. Nadine Velazquez also stars.

The List (Complete List)

Music (Complete Music List)

Screenshots

Picture 1 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl) Picture 2 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl) Picture 3 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl) Picture 4 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl) Picture 5 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl) Picture 6 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl) Picture 7 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl) Picture 8 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl) Picture 9 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl) Picture 10 from Episode 1x07 Stole Beer From A Golfer (My Name Is Earl)

Login

Sign up

Top Episodes

  1. 2x12 Our 'Cops'… (94%)
  2. 1x19 Y2K (93%)
  3. 1x01 Pilot (92%)
  4. Earl… (92%)
  5. 4x15 Darnell… (92%)

All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License | Design & webmaster Petr Kašpar 2006-2012 | Site Map | Privacy Policy
This site is a fan site, we have no connections with My Name is Earl or the NBC studios.
All copyrights on images and other materials presented here remain property of their respective owners.