George Lopez (TV Series 2002–2007)
|1||George Searches for a Needle in a Haight-Stack (28 Sep. 2004) |
The Lopez family is very worried about Carmen, who has run away from home after an argument with her father. George and Vic travel to the Haight-Ashbury section of San Francisco to look for her.
|2||Landlord Almighty (5 Oct. 2004) |
When Carmen rebels against the house rules and remodels her bedroom without her parents' consent, George grants her request for independence and charges her for living expenses.
|3||George of the Rings (12 Oct. 2004) |
When George forgets his wedding anniversary, he scrambles to get enough money for a nice ring. A few failed schemes later, he promises Angie something even better: to renew their wedding vows.
|4||Home Sweet Homeschool (19 Oct. 2004) |
Carmen is not invited back to private school for the new semester, so Angie decides to homeschool her. But when the mother-daughter relationship becomes strained, George suggests a much better career option for his wife.
|5||Leave It to Lopez (26 Oct. 2004) |
As Halloween approaches, George feels guilty about his failure to buy life insurance. He becomes obsessed with death, resulting in nightmares that hearken back to his childhood television fixations.
|6||Sk8erboyz (9 Nov. 2004) |
In order to make a few friends, Max spends time with a gang of skateboarders but then gets in trouble with the law. Meanwhile, admiring the various colored bracelets that Carmen wears, Angie copies the look without realizing what the colors mean.
|7||The Simple Life (16 Nov. 2004) |
When George gets a job opportunity in a small Colorado town, he and Angie consider moving there to provide a better life for the kids.
|8||Trouble in Paradise (23 Nov. 2004) |
Carmen and Max befriend some local kids and manage to get into more trouble while visiting a small Colorado town than when they're living in L.A. George and Angie realize that Los Angeles is the place for them.
|9||E.I.? E.I. OH (30 Nov. 2004) |
When Powers Aviation merges with another company, a young upstart, Vanessa (KIMBERLY WILLIAMS-PAISLEY - "According to Jim," "Father of the Bride" movies), is brought in to co-manage--forcing George to share his territory with someone new.
|10||A Clear and Presentless Danger (14 Dec. 2004) |
George accuses his mother of being a Scrooge in this Christmas-themed episode but she might just prove him wrong when mother and son compromise to help make Max's dream of meeting his idol.
|11||Prescription for Trouble (11 Jan. 2005) |
When Carmen wants to begin using birth control, George and Angie contemplate making a deal with her in order to keep her from taking the next step with her boyfriend, Jason (recurring guest star BRYAN FISHER).
|12||Friends Don't Let Friends Marry Drunks (18 Jan. 2005) |
When Ernie considers marrying a troubled woman, Tammy (GIGI RICE), George risks their friendship to keep him from making the biggest mistake of his life.
|13||George to the Third Power (25 Jan. 2005) |
When Max complains about the braces on his teeth, George takes him to the dentist, Dr. Holland who is a provider on the company medical insurance plan.
|14||George Gets Assisterance (1 Feb. 2005) |
In a plea to get Max additional help in school, George confesses to his long-lost sister, Superintendent of Schools Linda Lorenzo, that she was given up for adoption at birth, and worse, Benny is her real mother.
|15||Sabes Quake (8 Feb. 2005) |
When a major earthquake shakes Los Angeles, George's repressed childhood fears resurface. Despite a positive assessment of the house from a contractor, George refuses to go back in, and he and Carmen set up a tent in the backyard.
|16||George Takes a Stroll Down Memory Pain (15 Feb. 2005) |
When Benny demands money for a box of George's old things, he is shocked to learn Benny (unbeknownst to him) helped he and Angie start up a life, but she also owes George money from a source he never knew about.
|17||George Buys a Vow (22 Feb. 2005) |
George hatches a plan to make Angie's most romantic fantasy a reality: a dream wedding. A host of wedding singers auditions for George, including film director ROBERT RODRIGUEZ (himself) and WILLIAM HUNG (himself) from "American Idol."
|18||George Watcha's Out for Jason (1 Mar. 2005) |
George allows Jason (recurring guest star BRYAN FISHER), Carmen's boyfriend, to temporarily move into the Lopez residence, enabling the teen to finish the baseball season after his parents move away.
|19||George's Grand Slam (8 Mar. 2005) |
George seems to be favoring Jason over Carmen because he lacks faith in his daughter's potential. Carmen enters a poetry contest with a feminist writer, Kenzie, who challenges George to see his daughter's real abilities.
|20||George Needs Anchor Management (29 Mar. 2005) |
When Angie meets a former boyfriend--who's now a news anchor--for lunch, George becomes concerned she might be having an affair.
|21||George's Relatively Bad Idea (12 Apr. 2005) |
In exchange for George granting permission to his father-in-law and his best friend who wish to date his long lost sister, Linda Lorenzo (recurring guest star Eva LaRue), George considers taking bribes from the two men.
|22||George's Extreme Makeover: Holmes Edition (3 May 2005) |
George tries to convert the garage into an office for Angie's business, but when it proves too difficult, he calls Victor and Bobby, two friends from the old neighborhood who cut corners to get the job done on time, but it doesn't pass the city inspection.
|23||George Stare-oids Down Jason (10 May 2005) |
When George and Angie find out that Carmen and her boyfriend, Jason have become intimate now that the teens live in the same house, they think about asking Jason to move out.
|24||George Negoti-ate It (17 May 2005) |
George acts as Jason's sports agent when NFL quarterbacks DAUNTE CULPEPPER and DONOVAN McNABB visit the Lopez house to draft Jason for their alma maters.