Earl wants to make up for ruining Mother's Day so many times. Unfortunately, he and his dad don't get along. At all. Earl decides to ignore this and, with Randy, give his mother the best Mother's Day ever. However, his mother asks him to do something for his father, and because he wants to please his mother, Earl feels he has to do this. Together with Randy, he decides to get back his dad's Mustang he once lost in a race. When Earl tells his dad (whom he'd always told he'd driven the car in a lake) about his plan, his dad tells him the car was meant for him. This places Earl in an awkward predicament: He himself is now a person that needs to be crossed off his list!
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Did You Know?
Earl completes the following items from his list - #266 "Never gave Mom a good Mother's Day." and #108 "Lost Dad's Mustang." See more
When Earl shows up to Billy Ray's to race the Mustang against the El Camino, you can clearly see the lines of the bald skull cap that Billy Ray is wearing. See more
[A drunk Joy thinks she drove home fine
I told you I could drive just fine.
Oh I drove, you were steering with a paper plate in the passenger seat. But you did get a couple of turns right.
Ain't That Bad
Written by John Krautner, Bobby Harlow
Performed by The Go See more