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My Name Is Earl-Season 4

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"Karma" should be a four-letter word. Just ask Earl, the lovable loser with a hilarious laundry list of dirty deeds that need undoing, from stealing a children's bookmobile to getting his babysitter pregnant-the hard way! And, while Earl's brother Randy starts a karmic list of his own, his ex-wife, Joy, and her husband are movin' on up to the suburbs. Trouble is, you can take the girl out of the trailer park, but you can't take the trailer park out of the girl. Hilariously irreverent and outrageously over-the-top, Season Four of My Name is Earl proves, once again, that karma is a funny thing. This 4-disc collection includes all 27 episodes from The Complete Fourth Season of My Name Is Earl.


Studio Foxvideo
SKU 211243775
UPC 024543602644
UPC 14 00024543602644
Format DVD
Release Date 9/15/2009
Rating NR
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  1.78:1
Golden Globe (2008) Jaime Pressly, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Emmy (2008) Michael Goi, Nominee, Outstanding Cinematography for a Half-Hour Series
Emmy (2007) Beau Bridges, Nominee, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series,C. Darin Knight, et. al., Nominee, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) And Animation,Jaime Pressly, Winner, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Emmy (2006) Dava Waite, Winner, Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series,Gregory Thomas Garcia, Winner, Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series,Lance Luckey, Winner, Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series,Marc Buckland, Winner, Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series
Golden Globe (2006) Jason Lee, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy
People's Choice (2006) My Name is Earl, Winner, Favorite New Television Comedy
ReviewSource Variety
Review Being funny is always a good place for a comedy to start, but when the title character is a crooked lowlife suddenly overwhelmed by the redemptive notion of karma, there's reason to fear that might not be enough. Blessed less with belly laughs than an amusingly wry tone, this single-camera half-hour disarmingly focuses on an underclass that seldom gets much attention in the neatly manicured world of primetime. Yet NBC has done this promising series no favors by asking it to be a self-starter, underscoring the deep state of disrepair into which the net's comedy footprint has fallen...In one of those life-changing moments that Earl takes as a sign from a higher power, he scratches a winning lottery ticket only to abruptly (and pretty hilariously, with "I'm a Loser" playing in the background) misplace it, which briefly lands him in the hospital...Watching TV in bed, NBC's own latenight guru, Carson Daly, introduces Earl to the meaning of karma, inspiring his self-appointed mission to do right by all those he wronged in the past as his "road map to a better life."...Of course, this do-gooding thing is new to Earl, and his first beneficiary, a schoolmate he tormented named Kenny (Gregg Binkley), isn't initially interested in any assistance -- especially when Earl decides the way to help is to find him a woman, which isn't the direction ol' Kenny swings...The show's demeanor, in fact, is essentially that of the Coen brothers' "Raising Arizona," which is to say more an arthouse snack than a full-blown meal. With NBC lacking a solid comedy foundation, the network can only hope that "Earl" and companion "The Office" prove an acquirable taste capable of building a loyal core following...Back when Grant Tinker took over a then-ailing NBC in the '80s, he famously told his lieutenants: "First be best. Then be first."..."My Name Is Earl" isn't the best comedy around, but it's pretty darn good. As for being first, well, it's probably going to be a while before that little bit of karma pays off.
Reviewer Brian Lowry
ReviewRating 8
DVD, Widescreen, English, French, Spanish, Subtitled
Product Attributes
Video Format DVD
Alessandra Stanley, The New York Times Offbeat and utterly charming.
Britt Gillette, The DVD Report ...certain to be a favorite for years to come with its eccentric characters, brilliant writing, and infinite episode possibilities... ...a sweet, often very funny series that benefits from a terrific ensemble and solid writing.
Erik Martinez, DVD Town ...a truly unique and funny show...a wonderful mix of humor that is often intelligent and always full of heart.
Francis Rizzo, III, DVD Talk of the funniest series on TV and easily the most touching comedy...
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