Randy: Hi, I'm Randy. Are you drunk enough to go home with me?
Woman gets rid of her straw and tosses back what's left of her drink
Earl meeting up with a clingy girlfriend after he faked his death, her screaming and this:
Randy: She screamed like that girl from E.T. when she first saw the monkey.
Randy's reaction remembering two neighborhood kids on the list who were crippled in a skydiving disaster were humped by a dog- one to completion- nearly a minute of the funniest laughter you'll hear on NBC (or wherever you watch it).
Before Joy and Darnell get married, she and Earl accidentally have sex behind his back. They decide to confess, but Joy personally tells Darnell Earl slept with his mother. Darnell goes berserk and starts beating Earl up. Earl thinks it's because he knows and tries to talk him down.
Earl: I didn't get mad when you slept with her!
"Moombataaaaaaaaaaaaa! New day for Central Africa!" stands out.
In the creative writing episode, the story Joy tells to Dodge and Earl Jr. to get them to behave themselves.
The part where Earl is telling the audience about his friendship with Ralph, and it shows them making popcorn and sitting down in front of the TV together, only for police to come by and show that they had apparently forgotten that they were trying to rob the house they were in.
Earl's conjugal visitor during his stay in prison. A very obvious Pre-Op Transsexual.
Earl: So, Annie...you got a wiener, right?
Annie:[Goes from a fake falsetto, to a deep baritone} Well it doesn't function if that makes you feel any better.
When Randy was dating Judy, and suffering from allergies to her beloved cat, and Darnell suggested allergy medicine, and Randy said how he already tried it, and all it did was make him thirsty. Cue a flashback to him drinking water (right out of the water cooler) to the song "Chug-A-Lug" by Roger Miller.
Donny's parody of Pat Benatar's "Heartbreaker" at Earl's birthday party.
In "White Lie Christmas", Joy tries to fool her parents into thinking she and Earl are still married and, what's more, that he just came back from the war in Iraq. She quickly takes him to the bedroom to explain things to him, under the pretense of having a quick "welcome home" session. Her parents, meanwhile, simply sit in the next room completely unfazed while she is hopping on the waterbed trying to make it sound real...
Joy: Give it to me, Earl! Give it to me like you gave it to those terrorists!
The Camden bookmobile is so poor that it can't afford real classic books. They have to buy knockoffs like "Trazan the Ape-Man". What's especially funny is that many of the books listed at knockoffs of public domain works. The bookmobile is so poor that it can't afford public domain books.
The time Earl and the golfer got Mistaken for Racist 3 times while trying to win back the latter's ex-girlfriend.