|“||You son of a bitch!||„|
|~ Didi the One-Legged Girl|
Didi, also known as Didi the One Legged Girl, is a one-legged resident of Camden County that was once hurt by Earl Hickey and a character from My Name Is Earl.
She was portrayed by Tracy Ashton.
Earl met Didi when he was drunk. The next morning, he stole Didi's car at some point, after telling her that he loved her and would marry her.
After Earl was run down following getting a $100,000 lotto ticket, Didi just missed picking it up herself.
Seeing DidiEarl went to see Didi to make up for stealing her car. However, she did not want to see him, and her one armed, no legged boyfriend chased him and beat him with a Marty Park for Mayor lawn sign.
When Earl went to Yummy's to get some doughnuts for Hank Lange, he saw Didi there, who he didn't know worked there. She chased him away. He then called Yummy's, which attracted her away from the counter to the phone, ran in, took some doughnuts and left the money on the counter.
Catching up with Didi
Earl bumps into Didi after fleeing his birthday party at the Crab Shack. He felt that his birthday wasn't the best day to deal with her, so he runs to the Motel and she hops after him, gradually giving up and putting one of the El Camino's windows out.
Didi ForgivesEarl finds her wooden leg under Joy and Darnell's steps to their trailer, after it's turned back on its right side. Earl went to see Didi at her donut shop, and told her about his List and that he wanted to make up for stealing her car.
She said he could make it up to her by hopping around for a whole day on one leg. He tried, and realized how hard it was, understanding now what he had done to her. She was pleased that Earl now understood, and told him to cross her off the List.
Earl's new wife Billie later stole this leg when she was undoing Earl's list items just to have his full attention to her. Didi then became part of Camden's angry that is against Billie long before Billie herself finally redeemed herself all of the trouble she caused to Earl and the rest of the townspeople of Camden.