Petty crook Earl finds a $100,000 dollar-winning scratchcard - and immediately loses it when he's hit by a car while celebrating in the street. Is karma telling him to atone for his past misdeeds?
Earl tackles two items on his karma list: making up for all the second-hand smoke he's inflicted on the world, and confessing to a crime he committed
During their high school days, Earl ruined Randy's chance to score a touchdown during a key football game, so Earl tries to figure out a way to make things right
Earl decides to come clean to a former girlfriend with whom he split up by faking his own death. But his plan backfires...
Earl decides to teach English as a second language so that he can cross 'Made fun of people with accents' off of his karma list
Earl tries to win a beauty pageant trophy for Joy to make up for breaking one that she had won. So he enlists the help of her former nemesis...
Earl attempts to help Scott get over his preoccupation with golf, an obsession caused when he and Randy started fixing Scott's golf game to get free beer
Earl's list of misdeeds grows when Joy makes it very clear that he's not welcome at her wedding to Darnell
Earl sets out to mend his relationship with his father Carl (guest star Beau Bridges)
As the festive season approaches, Earl tries to win Joy a car to make up for all the times he ruined her Christmas
Joy's application to enrol her children into the Right Choice Ranch for troubled youth is blocked because of a barn burning incident at the hands of a younger Earl
Earl tries to atone for stopping a young couple from going on honeymoon together by returning the wallet he stole from them and filling in for the groom at work
Earl decides to return a hot dog cart that he and Ralph stole. But Ralph (guest star Giovanni Ribisi) has other, incendiary, ideas.
When one of Earl's friends is arrested he decides to make amends for number 18 on his list: 'told an inappropriate story at Hank Lange's party'.
Car trouble inspires Earl to atone for regularly siphoning petrol out of strangers' cars
Earl's nervous about returning a laptop computer he stole from a college professor, mostly because he's uncomfortable around smart people
Earl faces a battle with government bureaucracy when he tries to make up for not paying taxes, and his efforts to atone leave him on the wrong side of the law
It's Mother's Day and Earl is feeling particularly disgusted with himself for never having given his mother a Mother's Day gift
Earl wants to return the ticket machine he stole from the Bargain Bag. But Randy doesn't want to give it back because it brings back happy memories.
Earl decides to remove 'Made a kid scared of the boogeyman' from his list, and discovers the lasting effect he had on the boy in question
Number 45, 'Ditched Jessie to marry Joy', is next on Earl's list when his ex-girlfriend Jessie (Juliette Lewis) returns to town seeking revenge.
While he's looking for stuff in the storm drain, Randy finds a badge Earl stole from a cop's shoe at the bowling alley
Earl attempts to cross out number 147 on his list: 'Shot Gwen Waters with a BB Gun'. To make things right he must reunite Gwen with her estranged father.
Earl decides to cross number one off his list - stole ten dollars from a guy at Camden market - but realises he now owes him much more than ten dollars.