Pepe, Chico's blind cousin, is a famous Latino singer. Pepe shows up in a limo and his driver has to quit the same day. He offers the job to Chico but Ed,while Chico is out,unwittingly ... See full summary »

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Pepe, Chico's blind cousin, is a famous Latino singer. Pepe shows up in a limo and his driver has to quit the same day. He offers the job to Chico but Ed,while Chico is out,unwittingly talks Pepe into considering Chico's girlfriend! She doesn't know, however, Pepe is "all hands", when it comes to women. Feliciano briefly sings his classic version of "Light My Fire" and actually sings the show's theme song to Ed and Chico when they start arguing. Written by happipuppi13

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The great Jose Feliciano and all his signature songs
19 July 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Chico's Cousin Pepe" features the sole appearance of blind singing star Jose Feliciano, whose dual themes for CHICO AND THE MAN were as much responsible for its success as Jack Albertson and Freddie Prinze. As Chico's sensational singing cousin Pepe Fernando, he plays a character much like himself, a wealthy performer around the world, who never turns a blind eye to the pretty ladies. Chico's girl Liz Garcia (Jeannie Linero, third of four) is a huge fan, requesting he sing her a song right there in Ed's garage, and he performs his signature version of "Light My Fire," a #3 smash in 1968. Having lost his chauffeur to another employer, Pepe arrives to ask Chico to take over for $300 a week until he leaves for Europe in six months. Liz is determined to progress from her full year as a registered nurse, until she learns about the salary: "where are the keys?" Chico is angry with Ed for suggesting Liz go to Las Vegas as Pepe's driver, but when he makes a pass at her and she rebuffs him, he's not angry but pleased to be treated not as a celebrity but as a man like other guys. As Chico and The Man continue their verbal sparring, Pepe picks up his guitar and soothes the ruffled feathers by performing the show's theme song as the two stars look on, a touching moment to be sure.


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