A newly divorced working man-turned-entrepreneur balances the clashing culture of his all-American ex-wife, his over-bearing mother, his free-loading uncle, his cousin, his son and his school's "tough and sexy", assistant principal.
Expect the unexpected when George Lopez hits the stage in his first HBO solo stand-up special. Performed in front of a packed house at the Dodge Theater in Phoenix, Arizona, the show will be a no-holds-barred affair from the comedy star.
Luis Preciado is a brilliant Mexican trumpet player who has recently hit a patch of bad luck. If he can't find a job as a musician, a requirement of his O-1 visa, he'll be forced to return ... See full summary »
This show is amazing. It takes Late Night shows to a whole new level. I mean sure, Larry King is a God, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon are awesome, and Jay Leno simply is a badazz and many more... But what they do gets old; First 20 Min's = Jokes about the present (They at least gotta make it entertaining like George!) and what not. I rarely laugh anymore. I watched Lopez Tonight and laughed my ass off, and I haven't laughed to TV shows since, well, can't remember. Also, finally we get a Latino talk show host! Representing my heritage, and I'm damn proud of him! To the haters, keep doing your thing, it's your life. But all in all, this show is awesome, and you know. Live with it.
George f'n owns!
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