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When Earl decides to cross number twenty-four off his list, "stole a red take-a-number machine," he finds that he has to first convince Randy it's the right thing to do. Randy's fondness of the machine is revealed in a flashback to New Year's Eve 1999 when the gang confuses Y2K with the apocalypse leading them to believe they are the last surviving people on the Earth.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x19
Production Number: 1ALJ19
Airdate: Thursday March 23rd, 2006

Director: Marc Buckland
Writer: Hilary Winston

Guest Stars
Silas Weir MitchellSilas Weir Mitchell
As Donny

Co-Guest Stars
Alejandro PatinoAlejandro Patino
As Man
Charles HowertonCharles Howerton
As Fed #1
Doug WaxDoug Wax
As Border Guard
Timothy StackTimothy Stack
As Tim Stack
Pattie TiercePattie Tierce
As Store Worker
Rob ElkRob Elk
As Security Guard
Tatum McCannTatum McCann
As Cindy
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Dire StraitsMoney For Nothing 
R.E.M.It's the End of the World As We Know It 

Episode Quotes
(while sleeping on the bottom of a bunkbed)
Earl: Hey, Mr. President?
Randy: Yeah, Earl?
Earl: How's it feel to be on top?
Randy: I don't like it. It's too high up here. Will you switch with me?

Randy: Marco, marco, marco....
Joy: We're not in the damn pool, you idiot. pause Ally Ally Oxen Free!

Joy: If this is another damn thesaurus I'm gonna track down those dumb, stupid, ... (tries to think of a synonym for dumb, but gives up) dumb people and teach them how to buy a proper gift.

Randy: (holding a chess set) It's one of them checkers sets, but for smart people and gays.

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