George Lopez (2002–2007)
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George Can't Let Sleeping Mexicans Lie 

While on their neighborhood watch route, George and Angie stumble across the new neighbor and his offensive lawn ornaments.

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Officer Hector Sanchez
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Bob Sorkin (as Steven Robert Wollenberg)
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While on their neighborhood watch route, George and Angie stumble across the new neighbor and his offensive lawn ornaments.

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Comedy | Drama

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24 April 2007 (USA)  »

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Throughout the series, various characters have mentioned that the series takes place in Los Angeles. However, when Officer Sanchez is in the police car, the camera pans over to where the side of the car is shown and you can see that it reads "San Francisco Police" and not "Los Angeles Police". See more »

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Benny: Where the hell have you been?
George Lopez: I was giving Angie a back massage to put her to sleep, she started telling me about her day the next thing you know, I'm out.
Benny: You made me wait for so long I dozed off too. George! We had a job to do and we fell asleep. We're sleeping Mexicans!
George Lopez: No we're not. This is what racism does, it makes people feel bad about sleeping. Everybody sleeps, it's night!
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Intolerance at its best
17 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really like most of the episodes of George Lopez, but this one offended me. At first I thought they were joking when they said that a neighborhood garden gnome offended them, but as the show moved on, they were actually serious and then engage in criminal behavior.

If I were offended by the sign of the cross, I would have a nervous breakdown because every power pole in my city is in the shape of a religious cross. Does that give me the right to chop them all down?

This particular show teaches intolerance and pettiness and that criminal activity is justified if you see something you don't like.

It is the most unfunny George Lopez of the many that I have seen.


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