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George and Angie catch Carmen and her boyfriend Jason in a lie about his parents, who recently moved out of the country. Jason: Bryan Fisher. Officer: Barry Sigismondi. Carmen: Masiela Lusha. Benny: Belita Moreno. Angie: Constance Marie.
To build Angie's garage-office, George hires two old pals, who keep costs low---and permits invisible. Jim Belushi appears as an inspector. Bobby: Danny Trejo. Victor: Ricardo Antonio Chavira. Rob: Greg Lee. Laura: Michelle Paradise. Angie: Constance Marie (more…)
In the fourth-season finale, George blows Jason's shot at a football scholarship. Daunte Culpepper and Donovan McNabb have cameos. Driskel: Joel McKinnon Miller. Morey: Steve Ryan. Jason: Bryan Fisher. Carmen: Masiela Lusha. Benny: Belita Moreno.
Benny shows all the signs of clinical depression, and may lose her job for taking so much time off. L.A. mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has a cameo. Biker: Duane “Dog” Chapman. Jack: Jack Blessing. Benny: Belita Moreno. Ernie: Valente Rodriguez. Angie: Con (more…)
Angie's rich former sister-in-law dies and leaves everything to her spoiled 20-year-old daughter, Veronica (Aimee Garcia). But she can't get her money until George---who's the trustee of the will---decides she's mature enough to handle it.
George decides to teach his rich niece Veronica (Aimee Garcia) a lesson in the value of honest labor by getting her a job at the factory. Trouble is, the men want to do all of her work, and the boss (Mark Tymchyshyn) wants to do something else with her.
Andy Garcia guest stars as Angie's brother Ray, a con artist who reappears after five years. Could it have something to do with the fact that his daughter, Veronica (Aimee Garcia), inherited millions? As it happens, Ray wants to help his daughter with her (more…)
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- Premiered: March 27, 2002
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: The stand-up comic plays an assembly-line worker and family man facing a dicey adjustment to managing employees (including his mother). (more)