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In a crossover episode with “Freddie,” Max has struck up an online friendship with Freddie's niece Zoey (Chloe Suazo). George finds out and assumes that “Zoey” is really a pervert. In Chicago, Freddie assumes the same thing about Max.
After belittling Angie's job as a wedding planner, George becomes one himself---taking on an impossibly demanding client (Eva Longoria) whom Angie dumped to show that anything she can do he can do better.
After Benny berates him for not giving her a work prize she thinks she deserved, George dreams (with the aid of a spiked drink) that she's really a warm and caring mother---and that he's a mama's boy. It's anything but a wonderful life.
Ernie tells George that the factory is moving to Mexico and that they'll both be out of jobs; Benny flees when she learns that the police want to question her about a robbery; a nauseated Angie awaits the results of a home-pregnancy test; Carmen is afraid (more…)
Angie tells George she's pregnant, and Benny's off to jail after she's arrested as an accessory to the convenience-store robbery. So George has to find a lawyer (Adam West). And that won't be his only expense: Carmen got accepted into college. Meanwhile, V (more…)
George hallucinates that he and Ernie are gay and about to be married after downing a worm along with his drink at Thirsty's Bar, where he has gone to drown his sorrows after a humiliating day at work. Making matters worse, he and Angie are fighting becaus (more…)
George seeks help from a popular reality-TV show in order to expose Vic's cheating, gold-digging fiancée (Stacy Keibler).
When Angie becomes concerned about losing her looks, George asks his gorgeous niece Veronica to tone down her sex appeal.
George's lousy memory gets him into trouble when Angie's mother dies.
When a sexual predator moves into the neighborhood, George and Angie decide it's time to finally have “the talk” about sex with Max. Mr. Gutierrez: Tommy Chong. Cris Watson: Kristin Bauer.
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.