Comedian George Lopez stars as a Los Angeles manufacturing plant manager attempting to deal with his wacky family along with other random mishaps.
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 George Lopez (120 episodes, 2002-2007)
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 Angie Lopez (120 episodes, 2002-2007)
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 Max Lopez / ... (120 episodes, 2002-2007)
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 Ernie (120 episodes, 2002-2007)
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 Benny (120 episodes, 2002-2007)
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 Carmen Lopez (104 episodes, 2002-2007)
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 Vic Palmero / ... (54 episodes, 2002-2007)
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Comedian George Lopez stars as a Los Angeles manufacturing plant manager attempting to deal with his wacky family along with other random mishaps.

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Family is forever. Sanity is only temporary.

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27 March 2002 (USA)  »

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In the episode George Drives The Batmobile George Lopez provides the voice of the drive thru attendant See more »

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George Lopez: Orale.
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Referenced in The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D (2005) See more »

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Low Rider
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Good show, but needs some fine-tuning
16 January 2009 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

I started watching this show on Nick at Nite. It's pretty funny, and for me, better than Lopez's stand up. I have seen his stand up comedy live, but it is not as enjoyable as the show. At least in the show, there are elements of other aspects to life rather than just animosity towards white people.

The show is good because it is realistic to many situations. George is a self-made factory manager, who married a loving but sometimes neurotic wife, Angie, has a troubled and quite spoilt daughter, Carmen, and a gullible, somewhat spoilt younger son, Max. Many things happen over the course of the show, giving it spice and edge. Issues such as teen runaways, dyslexia, gang violence, drugs, alcoholism, child abuse, unemployment, and racism are addressed. Besides the racism, the rest is set well. It also has its comedic moments.

I understand the pain of Mexicans. I am not white, but like I said, I have seen his stand up. Three hours of his rambling hatred towards Caucasians made me quite nauseas. Doesn't this guy ever give up? What does he know about immigration patterns, anyway? He was born in America, and maybe his childhood was abusive (I'm switching back to the show, though it's true in real life) he turned out okay. I am half-Arab, and my people have been denied immigration because of 9/11. He acts as if Latinos are the only ones that undergo racism. Arabs are defined as terrorist because of a few group of renegades who are insane.

Sorry about the political situation. Racism is wrong, and sometimes the jokes are funny just to lift burdens, but there is a limit. Lopez passed that limit ages ago. Good show, but he might want to get some new material for his stand up other than his averse disposition towards white people.


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