My name is Earl is a popular show airing these days on NBC and TBS. It was created by Greg Garcia and produced by 20th Century Fox Television. I have watched it couple of times and tried to make something out of it but no such thing.
With the bummers and losers, disheveled and all cast it looks more like a hash of American Dad, Family Guy, only this time the characters are not animated.
The series stars Jason Lee, Ethan Suplee, Jaime Pressly, Eddie Steeples, and Nadine Velazquez. Lee stars in the title role as Earl J. Hickey, a petty crook with occasional run-ins with the law, whose newly won $100,000 lottery ticket is lost when he is hit by a car.
While lying in his hospital bed after the accident, he develops a belief in the concept of karma when he hears about it during an episode of Last Call with Carson Daly. He decides he wants to turn his life around and makes a list of all the bad things he’s ever done. After doing his first good deed, he finds his $100,000 lottery ticket. He sees this as a sign and, with his new lucky money, he proceeds to cross items off that list, one-by-one, by doing good deeds to atone for them.
Critics have claimed that the series has a Scientologist basis, with creator Greg Garcia and actors Jason Lee and Ethan Suplee being Scientologists.
I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone but the series went on to win the Emmy’s so maybe there’s something I missed out on.