Because of Earl's gambling problem from the previous episode, Cataline has been exposed as an illegal alien and deported to her homeland. Earl and Randy plan to go there to get her back to Camden and to give Randy an opportunity to woo her and tell her he loves her. However, Earl's fear of flying throws a spanner into the works. Meanwhile, Joy is on pills that control her anger and make her an extraordinarily happy person who doesn't get angry no matter what happens. Which annoys Darnell because the neighbors are getting louder, closer and more and more obnoxious.
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The scene where Catalina sees two gangsters (who look like Earl and Randy) tying up an old woman to a chair to make her smoke until she dies is very much reminiscent of a scene in the second episode "Quit Smoking", where Earl ties up Donny's mother to make her quit smoking. Even the dialogue follows the same pattern, with Catalina asking what the gangsters are doing, commenting on why they kidnapped the woman and telling how many kidnappings she has seen in her life. See more
In the first three minutes, Joy's shirt changes color and design after she leaves the shot and comes back after 10 or 15 seconds. See more
So, Earl, Randy, it says here that I haven't seen you boys since you were ten.
Well, you know, you get busy. I haven't been seeing another doctor, if that's what you're worried about.
References Smokey and the Bandit
Written by Linda McCartney
and Paul McCartney
Performed by Wings See more