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.
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Patrick J. Adams,
I can't believe his show was on as long as it was. Lopez is a funny guy and his sitcom was OK, but the few times I watched his talk show I was not impressed. He also has a lot of issues around women and gays and that is a big turn off. He's just kinda of a big mouth who used his wife until he got ahead then he dumped her, I think the word tool is appropriate in his case or perhaps he is a closet case? Either way I hope they find something with some entertainment value to put on during that time slot that is not a talk show or a reality show, hell reruns of the Flying Nun would be an improvement! I think the whole late night thing is pretty stale now, I can't stand Leno, Cohen or Kimmell, (how Jimmy got his own show I will never know, I guess he was F;;;ing Ben Affleck.
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