Thursday, September 25, 2008


‘My Name Is Earl’ Duo Take Back Bad Behavior

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – My Name is Earl creator Greg Garcia and star Jason Lee would like to right some wrongs from their own pasts.

The comedy series, which centers around a low-life making up for all the bad things he’s done, has left Lee and Garcia wishing they could take back some of their bad behavior.

Garcia says, “There are definitely a few things I’d like to go back and fix. Like letting mice out during my high school play, which ruined Grease for everyone.”

Garcia also feels bad about borrowing a car from a girl back in college, and leaving it on the side of the road when it broke down.

Though Lee feels he’s been “a pretty decent human being,” there are a few things he’d like to erase from his past, especially in his acting career.

He says, “There’s a few movies I shouldn’t have done.”

Box-office bombs aside, Lee says he must’ve done something right to be on Earl, and thanks his “lucky stars” for the opportunity.

The new season of Earl airs tonight (Sep. 25) on NBC.

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