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George tries to relive his high-school days by teaching Max to play the guitar. But George wishes he could take it all back when Max moves on without him and joins a rock band. George Lopez's daughter, Mayan, plays Jackie; Andy Garcia directed.
When Powers Aviation institutes a smoking ban, Benny's nicotine withdrawal drives George to self-destructive behavior.
The Lopezes strike out against a new neighbor, who has put offensive decorations on his front lawn. Meanwhile, George and Angie run into an old friend (Mario Lopez), who takes an interest in Veronica.
Vic feigns fatherly affection to get George to play in a father-son golf tournament against his longtime rival and his son, Tony (Oscar de la Hoya). Dr. Anthony Tovar: Eloy Casados.
George puts Max to work at the factory to make him realize that the way to a better job is to go to school first. Then, Powers Aviation is sold, and the new owner (Edward James Olmos) asks George to make major life changes if he wants to stay on. And Benny (more…)
Powers Aviation is sold, and the new owner (Edward James Olmos) asks George to make major life changes if he wants to stay on. Meanwhile, Benny's long-lost love (Jerry Springer) finally gives her a chance at living happily ever after.
It falls to newly promoted manager George to decide who's going to be laid off: his best friend or his mother, which would require her to move in with him and his family. Benny: Benita Moreno. Carmen: Masiela Lusha. Powers: Jack Blessing.
George learns the father who abandoned him is alive, contrary to what his mother had told him. Also, Angie brings home a sick dog. Manny: Esai Morales. Cecelia: Olga Merediz. Jenny: Jodi Lyn O'Keefe. Benny: Belita Moreno. Angie: Constance Marie. Ernie: Val (more…)
The “cool” girls court Carmen, but not her best friend; George is tempted by another firm after he's dissed by his bosses. Toby: Rachel Snow. Adams: James Lesure. Piper: Autumn Reeser. Jack: Jack Blessing. Mel: Mark Tymchyshyn. Carmen: Masiela Lusha. A (more…)
George goes into denial when Max is thought to have dyslexia, and things only get worse when Angie suggests he may have it, too. Mrs. Wilder: Nancy Lenehan Charles. Max: Luis Armand Garcia. Angie: Constance Marie. Ernie: Valente Rodriguez.
Max's coach asks George to have him sit out the next game. Rod Carew, Steve Garvey, Joe Morgan and Jim Palmer have cameos. Coach: Scott Klace. Marty: Marty Nedboy. Max: Luis Armand Garcia. Marie: Constance Marie. Ernie: Valente Rodriguez.
Sandra Bullock reprises her role as “Accident Amy,” a worker who competes with George as both try to sell their kids' fund-raising candy bars. Debbie: Connie Ray. Alberto: Malcolm Wain. Max: Luis Armand Garcia. Carmen: Masiela Lusha. Benny: Belita More (more…)
Angie doesn't mind when George offers their backyard for a friend's wedding reception. But his refusal to dance there is another story. Frank: Mel Rodriguez. Ginger: Paget Brewster. Campbell: Jodi Lyn O'Keefe. Curtis: Carl Anthony Payne. Angie: Constance M (more…)
After George's warning about the evils of boys, Carmen comes home with a hickey; Ernie uses Max to meet single moms. Adam: Jordan Masterson. Cindy: Bari Hochwald. Meter Lady: Sarah Bibb. Michelle: Dani Goldman. Carmen: Masiela Lusha. Ernie: Valente Rodrigu (more…)
Angie's charity work includes badgering George into taking on an intern (Tonantzin Esparza), who is more hindrance than help in his office. Groomer: Cristos Andrew. Emma: Diane Sellers. Angie: Constance Marie. Ernie: Valente Rodriguez. Carmen: Masiela Lush (more…)
Benny (Belita Moreno) refuses to see her dying brother (Ismael East Carlo), until it appears that she can get his Super Bowl tickets. Marisol: Tonantzin Esparza. Carlos: Alejandro Furth. Hector: Izzy Diaz. Angie: Constance Marie. Max: Luis Garcia.
Ernie tries to help when Angie learns the big romantic gesture that made her fall for George was a lie. Marisol: Tonantzin Esparza. Carla: Elena St. John. Ernie: Valente Rodriguez. Angie: Constance Marie. Max: Luis Armand Garcia.
- Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, United States
- Profession: Actor