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2x12 Our 'Cops' is On

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Episode pictrue 2x12 Our 'Cops' is OnAir Date: nbc logo January 4, 2007
Writer(s): Ken Wittingham, Timothy Stack


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Everybody was gathered around the television at the Crab Shack to check out an old episode of the show, Cops. It was the episode when they came to Camden County and featured Joy, Randy, and Earl fighting in a trailer park. The cops are played by guest stars Kathy Kinney (of The Drew Carey Show fame) and Mike O'Malley (returning as the cop who loves bowling from episode 1×22 Stole a Badge).

The episode of Cops followed different citizens around Camden County. The cops came across Earl and Randy in a quarrel with a cashier at the convenience store. When the cop was distracted, Randy and Earl escaped the store with stolen batteries.

The cops came by the trailer park with their camera crew to find Joy on top of her trailer roof. She had gotten in a fight with Earl and was throwing all of his belongings off the roof. The cop had to intervene before Joy did anymore damage.

The cops responded to a break in at a local house. When they arrived, Earl and Randy were caught red handed stealing from the vacant home. Just then, Earl dropped everything and ran from the scene. Randy just sat there and continued to talk to the camera crew from the show. Earl ends up stealing the cop car.

Earl showed up to Joy’s front door with the cop car. She was turned on by Earl’s generosity and especially when she found out there was a cameraman in the back seat. She asked the cameraman to later film her and Earl having sex. Later, she and Earl had fun pulling over strangers with their stolen cop car.

Darnell was hiding from the cops because they found his marijuana stash. It wasn’t that hard to find him, he buried himself in leaves, but his hair gave his hiding place away. Another cop found Randy crying on top of a tree.

After the episode of “Cops” was done, everybody at The Crab Shack applauded. Earl, Joy, Darnell and Randy were proud of themselves for actually making it on television, even though it was on “Cops” and was years ago. They all felt special and famous. The episode even reminded Earl of a few things to put on his list.

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LAZY SUNDAY – It's the end of the week at the Crab Shack – the beer is finished, the food is finished, and everyone is bored. When „Cops“ comes on, everybody notices it's the Camden County episode they were all featured in. Earl (Jason Lee), Randy (Ethan Suplee), Joy (Jaime Pressly), Darnell (Eddie Steeples), Patty the Daytime Hooker (Dale Dickey) and other Camden County residents relive that one eventful day when they all had a brush with the law – on television. Sunday at the Crab Shack takes a turn for the better as they all remember their fifteen minutes of fame.

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