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When things get tough for George, he drops out of school. He tries to keep it a secret from his wife and kids but his professor drops by for an uninvited visit.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of George Lopez from 14 votes.
George helps Ernie lose weight before he loses his job.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of George Lopez from 19 votes.
With Carmen and Jason grounded for throwing a party at Jason's and getting arrested, neither is able to do much. But George does allow for some bending when it comes to Jason's baseball career which upsets Carmen and her feminist poet friend who is inspiring her anger. When Carmen questions George about going to college, George makes a big mistake in telling Carmen she has no potential.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of George Lopez from 21 votes.
The airplane parts factory where George works is under consideration by the federal government for more business. Afraid that a certain employee's ethnic background will hinder the company's chances of getting the contract, George's boss orders him to demote the worker. George must decide whether or not to jeopardize his career by being ethical.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of George Lopez from 37 votes.
When George gives Angie a disappointing gift for Valentine's Day, Angie has a flashback to high school in the '80s, when George painted a great mural of her for the holiday. But when Angie takes the entire family to look at the mural - only to find out it will soon be torn down - the truth comes out about the origins of the mural.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of George Lopez from 39 votes.
George wants to get a companion for his depressed mother, but when a rowdy biker (guest star Duane "Dog" Chapman) refuses to give up the stray dog George's mom has grown to love, George takes to impersonating the mayor. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa guest stars as himself.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of George Lopez from 26 votes.
George and Angie bet over who can live more frugally
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of George Lopez from 22 votes.
Rather than give in to Benny's incessant pleas to buy her a new car, George and Angie agree to drive her around town just to get her out of the house. So, when George picks Benny and her friends up after a wild night on the town, her insensitive wisecracks and his temper gets him into a bit of trouble of his own.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of George Lopez from 25 votes.
A traumatic event at Max's school has George taking him to see a counselor, played by guest star Richard Lewis.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of George Lopez from 24 votes.
George gets money signs in his eyes when he finds out that he is named trustee of his niece's multi-million dollar inheritance.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of George Lopez from 25 votes.
Carmen's friend is over to study and wants to change out of her dress. When Max hars this, he pulls aposter off his wall to reaveal a hole. He looks through but Carmen sees him and sprays perfume in his eyes. George shrugs it off and tells Max not to do it again. Carmen gets revenge though by taking a picture of Max sleeping with a stuffed animal. This leads Max to bebeaten up at school. While getting stitches, George and Carmen argue and Carmen says George loves Max more. George comes to realize that maybe that is true since he doesn't understand Carmen as well, so he sets off to spend some quality time with her.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of George Lopez from 33 votes.
When George becomes frustrated with Max's dentist, he lobbies to have the company's dental plan changed.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of George Lopez from 18 votes.
George turns the garage into a business place for Angie.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of George Lopez from 18 votes.
After George's estranged father gives him a huge loan to save the family from financial ruin, George vows to visit him in Phoenix. But George's difficult personal journey becomes a family vacation when Angie insists on joining him with Benny and Max. Along the way, George reminisces about his upbringing. Meanwhile, Ernie might finally have some success with women.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of George Lopez from 33 votes.
When George discovers Carmen's new boyfriend is cheating on her, he does some snooping to find out who the other girl is. But he is surprised to find there isn't another girl........
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of George Lopez from 21 votes.
George steps in to be Jason's sports agent when NFL Quarterbacks Daunte Culpepper and Donovan McNabb (guest starring as themselves) pay a visit to the Lopez household to draft Jason for their alma maters and a minor league baseball recruiter approaches him for a contract. Meanwhile, Carmen and Los Lobos guitarist Cesar Rosas stir things up at George's family birthday bash.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of George Lopez from 21 votes.
A multi-millionaire Mr. Vega buys Powers Brothers Aviation and asks George to stay on board if he's willing to consider making some life-altering changes.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of George Lopez from 27 votes.
"Season Finale"- Everything hangs in the balance for the entire Lopez family: Ernie tells George that the factory is moving to Mexico and they'll both be out of jobs; the police want to question Benny for her part in an old robbery, so she flees; Angie has been feeling sick for days and awaits the results of a home pregnancy test; Carmen is afraid to open her final college letter after being rejected by her first three choices; Max has swiped a forbidden beer and is about to sample his first alcohol; and Vic prepares to propose marriage to younger woman he barely knows.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of George Lopez from 20 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of George Lopez from 20 votes.
George discovers that Max has begun an online romance with a teenage girl from Chicago. When he assumes his son's identity to protect him from what he suspects is an internet predator, George comes face to face offline with Freddie.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of George Lopez from 21 votes.
Last updated: feb 24, 2021
This show brought back so many memories of growing up and enjoying this show! While I love it, I can fully understand this is a relatively average family sitcom. It makes a very solid attempt to address all sorts of serious topics, which I can genuinely appreciate, but it doesn't do anything particularly well. The jokes are rehashed over and over, but nonetheless it is an enjoyable watch. While there is many shows I would recommend over this one, if you enjoy family sitcom (and more particularly George Lopez's humor) this is a show to check out. Average Season Review: 7.67/10 Recommendation: Watch if You Need Content (For Family Sitcom Fans)
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