Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot6 July 2005
13 July 2005
Carlos uncovers the world of "Desperate Gardeners" and destroys all of your useless, outdated technology with the help of "mini-Gallagher."
20 July 2005
Carlos "Outs the Beaner," discovers the last white dude left in the barrio and serves up justice to stupid people as "Judge Carlos."
27 July 2005
Carlos becomes a "Cultural Explorer," takes a comedic look at the gay community of West Hollywood, CA, and later unveils his new designer clothing line, "Sean Juan."
3 August 2005
Carlos announces his Supreme Court picks, teaches kids about real life as "Carlos the Dinosaur" and poses the question "Why Aren't you Working" to a bunch of deadbeats. Special guest star Cheech Marin.
10 August 2005
This week Carlos tackles the delicate subject of the "N word" with rapper Method Man and then busts out his film theory skills in "Mencia's Real Reviews."
17 August 2005
Carlos and special guest Gene Simmons hit the streets to try and find out, once and for all, "What Women Want." Also, Carlos redefines the meaning of Christmas and Easter with "Mencia's Holiday Parade."
24 August 2005
Carlos takes to the streets to encourage people to say whatever is on their minds; then, back in the studio, he honors real-life idiots with the ?Dee Dee Dee Awards?.
24 May 2006
Carlos unveils his Dr. Doolittle gifts as a "Pet Psychic" and also "helps" new couples get real with "The Newly Met Game."
7 September 2005
Carlos demonstrates how Renaissance life in the 16th century is oddly similar to life in the 21st. Back in the modern day, Carlos challenges the Covingtons of "Biker Build Off" to see who can create the best "beaner" bike.
14 September 2005
Carlos demonstrates his own take on Mariachi music, has a strange encounter with Ron Jeremy in a men's room, and hits the streets with people of all races and ethnic backgrounds to "Ask Whitey" what they're thinking?.
21 September 2005
Carlos finds out what people will do to pay less for their gas and answers soul-searching questions as the very wise "Confucius Carlos," while his brother Joseph introduces his new line of "Joseph Mencia's Wetback English" DVDs.
22 March 2006
Kicking off an all new season, Carlos takes a look back at all the stupidity he missed on break, reveals his big secret in 'Wetback Mountain, and reminds you to 'Act Your Age.'
Carlos takes on Kanye West and his ego, hits the streets to see if it's harder out there for women or men, and introduces us to some lady dancers who are big on moves and in a lot of other ways too.
5 April 2006
Carlos Mencia's drive-by school...
5 April 2006
Carlos takes on the hot topic of illegal immigration, hits the streets to investigate if people should hit their kids, and gives his exclusive spring break tips; also, Peter Boyle stops by to help translate the real meaning of bumper stickers.
19 April 2006
Carlos hits the street to find out what the race of the future will look like and helps people with their problems through the use of cool R&B slow jams, such as "Carlos Smoov."
28 March 2006
Carlos sends a special message to baby 'Tom-kitten,' gives us a peak at his Hispanic version of The Soprano's (with special guest star Cheech Marin), and whips a group of whiny, stupid people into shape as Drill Sergeant Carlos.
3 May 2006
Carlos hits the streets to ask "Is Gay the New Black?" and investigates what it would have been like if Jesus was married in the first installment of "That's F**king Historical."
Carlos looks back at some of his favorite moments from the second season so far and explains how he came up with all this crazy stuff - featuring clips from "Wetback Mountain," his Kanye West video, and "It's Hard out Here for a Ho" with Dave Attell.
9 July 2006
Carlos reveals the real reason the founding fathers signed the 1st Amendment, introduces a new "music video" by the mega rich "Sheik Rapper," and shows his new line of workplace gadgets that help with the real problems of office politics.
16 July 2006
Carlos treats a group of senior citizens to a sushi dinner to find out their thoughts on sex, politics, and immigration in "Dinner for 75 and Over," and overhauls classic fairy tales with a Mencia spin.
23 July 2006
Carlos asks the public what America would be like without immigrants, and "Judge Carlos" returns to turn the justice system on its head with the help of Johnny Cochoran's ghost.
30 July 2006
Carlos hits the streets to advise people how to make their dreams come true, talks with Tony Hawk about how to realize his own skateboarding dreams, and takes us into the future to see what the news will be like in 2026.
6 August 2006
Carlos makes his famous" DeeDeeDee" catch phrase into a music video, and WWE's The Edge joins Carlos to co-host "Royal Religious Rumble," a wrestling match between religious icons.
Carlos takes a look at advertising with an infusion of truth and spies on his biggest fan's middle-class white neighbors in a new segment Carlos calls "Watching Whitey."
6 August 2006
1 April 2007
Carlos returns for season 3 and can't wait to tackle events he missed while on hiatus.
8 April 2007
Carlos crosses the border to introduce us to Barato and his movie Barato: Cultural Explorations of Differentness Between US of A and Mexicanos.
15 April 2007
Carlos visits prison to shoot a rap video that addresses a topic famous rappers never discuss...their experience behind bars.
25 April 2007
Carlos hits the streets to see if America is ready to elect a female President.
29 April 2007
Carlos seeks public opinion on whether or not Freedom of Speech truly exists. Then he becomes the bouncer at Club Carlos, where the only thing you have to remember is "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Dee-Dee-Dees!"
6 May 2007
Carlos joins a sensitivity training class. He then participates in speed dating dressed as a sassy Latina trying to find a man.
13 May 2007
P.O.D. helps Carlos introduce the world to the first Latino Super-Hero...Beaner Man!
Season 3, Episode 8: Highlights20 May 2007
Carlos presents highlights and some of his favorite moments from season three.
22 July 2007
Carlos imagines what life might be like for Bill Clinton if he became the First Man.
29 July 2007
Carlos takes on the reality series "Man vs. Wild" by testing how well its host would survive in a truly scary location - the ghetto.
9 July 2007
Carlos hits the streets to prove he's not the only one who does racial impressions.
5 August 2007
Carlos wonders how punk kids would react if sucked into the "Grand Theft Auto" video game. Then, Fernando Rosalindo returns for another edition of "Future News."
26 August 2007
Carlos portrays a space alien studying human behavior; high school students are given advice from Dean Carlos.
Carlos teaches a couple of wild animals how to live in the city.
Carlos wonders why there aren't more beaners in movies. Then, he lights the opening torch for the 2nd Annual Stereotype Olympics.
Carlos takes a look back at some memorable moments from the latest season of his hit show.
19 August 2007
21 May 2008
Carlos attacks political correctness when he plays a cop with Alzheimer's.
Carlos "Bitch Smacks" Prius Drivers and proposes a unique service for celebrities who abuse drugs.
Carlos pays tribute to a small town gay guy. Then he tries to find out what makes women happy.
11 June 2008
Old people and teenagers battle over who had it harder as kids.
18 June 2008
Carlos hits the street to find out what people would do if they were President.
25 June 2008
Carlos gives the low down on gay weddings. Then hear his take on Emo music, a type of hardcore punk. Guest starring Cheech Marin.
2 July 2008
Carlos and comedian Robert Schimmel hit the streets to explore Jewish culture, then hear what Carlos loves most about America.
9 July 2008
Carlos gets a time machine and travels to the past to help family, politicians and celebrities. Later, Carlos tackles the topic of "white guilt."
20 May 2008
Carlos reads hate mail, then hits the street to see if people will "smack talk" the dead.
23 July 2008
A team of handicapped superheroes fight crime.
10 June 2005
27 August 2006
22 April 2007
15 July 2007
22 May 2008
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