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Black Ladies of Wrestling (B.L.O.W.) is Camden County's most famous all-woman amateur wrestling entertainment federation in which Liberty Washington aka Lady Liberty was the star and the reigning champion. It first made its debut in the 16th episode with the same name within Season 2 of My Name Is Earl. Every Saturday at some high school in Camden, they always held up their wrestling events there. To make her act more controversial since she knew that wrestling needs controversy, and to have the entire crowd on her side, she pays her neighbor to dressed up as a female Klan member called the Klanimal. She also shares double billing with her husband Ray-Ray, who plays an ever badly-beaten, evil manager called The Man before Randy happily replaces him as Liberty's new partner-in-crime to have a role of a wrestling villain but couldn't handle the job well when he just couldn't take the booing. Mr. Saticoy is the promoter and talent scout of B.L.O.W. With the whole crowd waiting to watch the show begin, Earl along with his new pal and Liberty's supporting husband Ray-Ray, sat next to Mr. Saticoy who act as official scout for Black Ladies of Wrestling on their behalf. Earl told him that when Liberty wins, he'd buy a poster, calender and/or action figure with her image on everything while getting close to crossing her off his list. But as the match begins after his brother Randy as the evil manager The Man got kicked off the stage, Joy as the Klanimal smacks Lady Liberty and revealed herself shortly before the viscious battle to end their long rivalry begins in the ring. He was so impressed by the two of them throughout the whole match before this nasty, yet enetertaining catfight came to a crushing end that in the end, it truly impressed and entertain the whole crowd.