“My Name Is Earl” Recap: Inside Probe, Part 1

In sort of a throwback to the Camden County COPS episodes from a few seasons back, the investigative news show Inside Probe with Gerardo Geraldo Rivera is in Camden, looking into the mysterious 2001 disappearance of Ernie Belcher, owner of the Crab Shack. Geraldo interviews the various residents of Camden — and two-time Daytona 500 winner Michael Waltrip — to get their memories of Ernie, trying to piece together the puzzle of his disappearance and narrow down the list of possible suspects. After the police searched Ernie’s office and discovered threatening letters from Randy, the cops arrest Randy and Earl, his suspected accomplice. But two-time Daytona 500 winner Michael Waltrip gives the boys an airtight alibi, since he went out drinking with them the night of Ernie’s disappearance. But we have to wait until next week’s Inside Probe to find out what happened to Ernie, thanks to network executives not ordering enough episodes … douchebags.

What We Learned

Randy was Camden’s first unintentional underwater birth.

If you introduce a very low grade of seafood into a population a little bit at a time, people’s stomachs will adapt.

If a hooker comes to your room by mistake, you don’t have to pay her.

Your boss is missing? Sounds like a good thing.

What kind of jerk surves corn and pulled meet and doesn’t awfer his customers a way to get thoose itams unloged from there teeth?

Earl in a coma? Come on! Nobody wants to see that!

Wisdom From Randy: [Indecipherable gibberish]

Crab Man Chronicles: Poor Crab Man. “The Black Coworker” gets mentioned twice as a suspect.

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