After serving a two-year prison sentence, Earl (Jason Lee, Dogma, Enemy of the State) is back on mission to get karma back on his side in the fourth and final season of My Name is Earl released to buy on DVD 5th October 2009 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
In the final instalment of this Emmy-award winning comedy, Earl is once again joined by his clueless and naive brother Randy (Ethan Suplee; Mr Woodcock, Chasing Amy), his foul-mouthed first wife Joy (Jamie Pressly; I Love You, Man, Charmed) and the sexy and good spirited hotel cleaner Catalina (Nadine Velazquez; Entourage, War).
As expected, life on the outside holds its own challenges, and in this final season Earl attempts to complete his list by continuing to do good deeds for the citizens of Camden County, including building bridges with a boy he bullied at school and making amends for selling a new neighbour a dodgy car. Earl even attempts to cross Randy off his list by taking him to cheerleading camp! With their tight cheer pants, lack of flexibility and a camp owner who takes an instant dislike to them, Earl needs to take some drastic measures to make sure Randy's cheerleading dreams come true!
Will Earl finally succeed in cleaning his slate, or will each wrong he tries to right continue to spiral out of control?
- Four deleted scenes: The Magic Hour (0:02:13); Vote for this and I Promise to (0:02:26); We've Got Spirit (0:00:24); Quite Your Snitchin' (0:01:28)
- Five deleted scenes: Little Bad Voodoo Brother (0:00:27); Sold a Guy a Lemon Car (0:01:52); Earl and Joy's Anniversary (0:02:32); Nature's Game Show (0:01:08); Reading is a Funda Mental Case (00:51)
- Three deleted scenes: Darnell Outed, Part 2 (0:02:23); My Name is Alias (0:00:39); Chaz Daltons Space Academy (0:00:21)
- Four deleted scenes - Gospel 0:00:37; Inside Probe, Part 1 (0:01:14); Inside Probe, Part 2 (0:01:38); Dodges Dad (0:01:19)
- Gag Reel (0:08:07)
- Earl's Fan Mail (0:30:00)
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.