The final couple minutes of the show consist of Randy -- in a leg cast, two arm slings, and a head wrap -- trying to get himself into bed. Earl doesn't help him, so maybe he's making him take care of himself after all? Wasn't the episode's moral that he doesn't have to? Earl apologizes for hitting Randy with the car. Randy says it's okay, then asks if kryptonite works on people who aren't Superman. Earl thinks not, so Randy asks about garlic or apples (Earl thinks those just work on vampires and doctors). Earl asks who Randy's trying to keep away, and Randy says Joy. Earl tells him to try hummus. What? And is that the way that Earl has gone back to helping Randy? Because "hummus" isn't that helpful, actually. Randy thanks him, though, and they say good night.
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