Mon Apr 27 1:30pm
George LopezDubya, Dad and Dating(Season 3, Episode 1) CMT

The president (Brent Mendenhal) visits George's plant, inspiring Carmen to protest his appearance and George to steal his speech. Part 1 of two. Lionel: Jimmie Walker. Randy: Nick Offerman. Sylvia: Marlene Forte. Powers: Jack Blessing. Special Agent Saunde (more…)

Mon Apr 27 2:00pm
George LopezDubya, Dad and Dating(Season 3, Episode 2) CMT

Conclusion. George's father (William Marquez) wants to make amends, but Benny vehemently opposes. Randy: Nick Offerman. Powers: Jack Blessing. Mrs. Lopez: Bijou Deluxe. Officer Hope: Teddy Lane Jr. Benny: Belita Moreno. Angie: Constance Marie.

Fri May 1 4:57am
George LopezDubya, Dad and Dating(Season 3, Episode 1) NIK

The president (Brent Mendenhal) visits George's plant, inspiring Carmen to protest his appearance and George to steal his speech. Part 1 of two. Lionel: Jimmie Walker. Randy: Nick Offerman. Sylvia: Marlene Forte. Powers: Jack Blessing. Special Agent Saunde (more…)

Fri May 1 5:30am
George LopezDubya, Dad and Dating(Season 3, Episode 2) NIK

Conclusion. George's father (William Marquez) wants to make amends, but Benny vehemently opposes. Randy: Nick Offerman. Powers: Jack Blessing. Mrs. Lopez: Bijou Deluxe. Officer Hope: Teddy Lane Jr. Benny: Belita Moreno. Angie: Constance Marie.

Fri May 1 11:00pm
Cold CaseGhost of My Child(Season 5, Episode 18) ION

In the fifth-season finale, a former drug addict claims to have seen her son---who supposedly perished in an apartment fire three years earlier---playing in a park. Priscilla Chapin: Nicholle Tom. James McElroy: Erik Van Wyck. Victor Martinez: Julio Oscar (more…)

Mon May 4 12:00pm
Bringing Down the House FX

A brassy convict (Queen Latifah) upends the life of a lonely lawyer (Steve Martin). The leads have chemistry, but the script is an uninspired rehash of black/white stereotypes. Eugene Levy shines in a supporting role. Adam Shankman directed.

Tue May 5 10:00am
Bringing Down the House FX

A brassy convict (Queen Latifah) upends the life of a lonely lawyer (Steve Martin). The leads have chemistry, but the script is an uninspired rehash of black/white stereotypes. Eugene Levy shines in a supporting role. Adam Shankman directed.