George Lopez 5 Seasons 2003

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27. George Has Two Mommies TV-PG

When George and Angie get into major financial trouble, Benny secretly asks Lydia, the second wife of George's father, for help. Meanwhile, George does his best to obtain extra money.

Starring:
George Lopez, Constance Marie
Runtime:
21 minutes
Original air date:
May 7, 2003

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Season 1
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    1. Prototype When well-liked George becomes the first guy to be promoted from the assembly line to plant manager at a Los Angeles airplane parts factory, his life becomes a little more complicated.

    TV-PG 21min March 27, 2002
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    2. Curious George George worries about Carmen when she brings a boy, Duncan, home for the first time. He persuades Max to spy on them, but despite finding no impropriety, George threatens Duncan.

    TV-PG 22min March 27, 2002
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    3. Happy Birthdays Angie plans a long-overdue surprise birthday party for George, despite his dislike for such celebrations.

    TV-PG 22min April 10, 2002
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    4. Max's Big Adventure When a factory employee, Jim (GREGG DANIEL), is arrested because of a bar fight, George and Benny audition people to replace him in their carpool.

    TV-PG 21min April 17, 2002
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    5. Who's Your Daddy? After Max idolizes Angie's father, George concocts a false story about how wonderful his own father was. The reality is that George never knew his father.

    TV-PG 21min October 2, 2002
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    6. Token of Unappreciation After his bosses ask him to help on the assembly line, which is humiliating because it is the duty he performed before his promotion to manager, he receives a job offer from a competitor.

    TV-PG 22min October 9, 2002
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    7. The Show Dyslexic When Max performs poorly in school, one of his teachers suspects that he has a learning disability. Angie wants to place Max in special classes, but George objects.

    TV-PG 22min October 16, 2002
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    8. Halloween Cheer George prepares the house for Halloween, his favorite holiday, while dealing with the stress of hiring an assembly line worker whose life is a disaster.

    TV-PG 21min October 23, 2002
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    9. The Unnatural When Max is asked to not play in an upcoming Little League game because he can't hit the ball, George works tirelessly on improving his son's skills.

    TV-PG 21min October 30, 2002
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    10. No Free Launch George must help sell chocolate bars to fund Max's school trip to Florida's Cape Canaveral--but the effort doesn't quite go accordingly to plan.

    TV-PG 21min November 6, 2002
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    11. The Wedding Dance The Lopezes host a wedding in their backyard. For the first time in their 16-year marriage, George asks a delighted Angie to slow dance with him, which she has always wanted to do.

    TV-PG 21min November 13, 2002
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    12. Love Bites With Carmen maturing, George and Angie hesitantly teach their daughter about boys and sex. But when Carmen dates her classmate, her parents realize that more drastic measures are necessary.

    TV-PG 21min November 20, 2002
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    13. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, Honey After learning that his mother had sex with a co-worker 35 years ago, George believes he has found his father. He meets a man, Lalo, whose picture bears a striking resemblance to George.

    TV-PG 21min November 27, 2002
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    14. Charity When Angie realizes that she has free time after helping her family with everyday chores, she volunteers with a variety of charities.

    TV-PG 21min December 4, 2002
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    15. Meet the Cuban Parents When Angie's parents, Vic and Emilina, visit for Christmas, George thinks they still believe that he is not good enough for their daughter.

    TV-PG 22min December 11, 2002
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    16. This Old Casa George's mother, Benny, has always seemed ungrateful, no matter what George does for her. So when Benny's shower drain becomes clogged, he refuses to fix it.

    TV-PG 22min January 8, 2003
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    17. Super Bowl The Lopez family finds out that Benny's estranged brother, Uncle Joe, will die soon. George and Angie convince Benny to reconcile with Uncle Joe.

    TV-PG 21min January 15, 2003
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    18. The Valentine's Day Massacre After George gives Angie a disappointing gift for Valentine's Day, she recalls their high school days in the 1980s, when George painted a great mural of her for the holiday.

    TV-PG 21min February 5, 2003
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    19. Girl Fight After Carmen ends her relationship with her classmate, Adam, he tries to ruin her reputation at school. George and Angie want to repair the damage.

    TV-PG 22min February 12, 2003
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    20. George vs. George When Carmen is accepted to a private school, George and Angie decide to take a bank loan for the tuition. They receive a bad credit report that reveals more history of George's father.

    TV-PG 22min February 26, 2003
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    21. A Kiss Is Just a Kiss As a surprise for Angie's birthday, George arranges for her father, Vic, and sister, Gloria, to visit for the celebration.

    TV-PG 22min March 5, 2003
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    22. Profiles in Courage The airplane parts factory where George works is under consideration by the federal government for more business. George's boss orders him to demote the worker.

    TV-PG 22min March 12, 2003
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    23. Secrets and Lies When Benny learns that George's father, who left her years ago to care for George alone, is now wealthy, she decides that she deserves to get rich herself.

    TV-PG 22min March 26, 2003
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    24. Girls Night Out After giving an ex-gang member, Marisol, a job at the factory, George is shocked when Angie takes further pity on Marisol and allows her to live in the Lopez home.

    TV-PG 21min April 2, 2003
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    25. I Only Have Eyes for You Carmen's first day at her new school causes trouble in the family. When George overreacts with concern for Carmen's safety, it appears that he doesn't trust her.

    TV-PG 22min April 23, 2003
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    26. Team Leader George must hide his concern--and disapproval--when Ernie is promoted to team leader at work. Meanwhile, a cosmetics saleswoman, who is training Angie, encourages her to lie.

    TV-PG 22min April 30, 2003
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    27. George Has Two Mommies When George and Angie get into major financial trouble, Benny secretly asks Lydia, the second wife of George's father, for help. Meanwhile, George does his best to obtain extra money.

    TV-PG 21min May 7, 2003
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    28. Long Time No See After George's estranged father gives him a huge loan to save the family from financial ruin, George vows to visit him in Phoenix.

    TV-PG 22min May 14, 2003

Product Details

Genres Documentary
Starring George Lopez, Constance Marie
Season year 2003
Network Warner Bros.
Executive Producer Fiona Jennison
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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We recommend to all familys that want to laugh.
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We love watching this show on TV and had to get the first two seasons for our house to watch whenever we want too! :)
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53 of 57 people found the following review helpful By SUPPORT THE ASPCA. on April 22, 2008
Format: DVD
George Lopez is a factory worker in a Plane parts factory in LA who has just been promoted to management. His Cuban wife Angie{played by the stunning Constance Marie}, is the good Samaritan & matriarchal "know it all." His father in-law Victor Palmero{played perfectly by Emiliano Diez}, is the Cardiologist who can't accept that his upper-middle class daughter married a blue-collar man. The kids are hyperemotional Carmen{Masiela Lusha}, & dyslexic Max{Luis Armand Garcia}. George's best friend & co-worker is the sweet, insecure, loveless, Ernesto Cardenas{Valente Rodriguez} Now for the other main character, one truly can't describe George's verbally cruel mom Benita Lopez-Benny{played brilliantly by Belita Moreno}. She is a cross between Godzilla & Roseanne{Roseanne Barr}, without the softness. She works with George, chain smokes, & drinks.

This is a blue-collar Hispanic version of the "Cosby Show" with more laughs. In this show a solution given to a problem at the end of one episode often creates new plots while maintaining the basic themes. You have an array of multiple disputes. Cuban vs. Mexican, white-collar vs. blue-collar, dominant wife{George, end of discussion!} vs. cynical husband{George loses 99% of the time}, daughter vs. son, parents vs. kids, George vs. Victor, & everyone vs. BENNY! Typically, episodes that involve her are the most hilarious. She can walk into a room{George move your big Pumpkin head out of the way, your blocking the TV!}, offend everyone in 30 seconds, & then leave for a "smoke & a beer." George's wounds from his fatherless childhood & neglectful mother are at the heart of the show as he & Benny rehash every battle as they draw all into their mini Armageddons. The first two seasons were not the best, but this show got better every season. Lastly, Sandra Bullock deserves credit for getting this show on TV.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on January 27, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I cannot tell you how much I love this show. It's so funny and under-rated. George's humour is so dry and quick and he pulls it off amazingly. I love the banter between him and his mother, and how he talks about his kids to his wife.

It's about time that this finally came to dvd. I cannot wait to get my hands on it because I want to see it all again from the beginning. Here in Australia we only get to see it during the early hours of the morning (I guess our networks don't know a good thing when they see it), so I'm also hoping to catch up on the episodes I might have missed, or they cut out of it.

For 8 episodes, one of the executive producers was Sandra Bullock and she's responsible for this fantastic show getting off the ground. Do yourself a favour and pick this up when it's released. It's so funny and enjoyable, you're bound to love it as much as I do.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. Kennedy on May 1, 2007
Format: DVD
I just finished watching the first two seasons. I laughed so much. There are 28 episodes, the first season being only 4 episodes long. I really enjoyed how the show hit on real life issues but always with funny moments to keep it lighthearted. Also the cast really works well together. If you give the show a chance you will laugh and really enjoy it. I have only watched these DVDs so I can't speak for the rest of the show, but I really enjoyed these first two seasons. I highly recommend you buy/watch this DVD set.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Bennet Pomerantz VINE VOICE on July 11, 2007
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The George Lopez show is twenty first century family entertainment at its best. He is the Captain of the house, as long as you do not tell his Cubain born wife Angie. His kids respect him-NOT and his mother Benny...well lets say, she wont win mother of the year anytime soon

Lopez is part in the vein of Desi Arnaz and Part in the vein of Chico (Freddie Prinze SR) of Chico & the Man. He is also the first comic to survive in TV as a latino, since Chico and the man. The humor is dry and rapid. Not just one liners, but heartfelt barbs of family life. Think Roseanne with more heart and better humor

One of my two favorite episodes is George not wanting to celebrate his birthday and his son Max following suit. The end of the episode (SPOILER)is George spending time with his childhood hero. I wont say who that
is, that would be a real spoiler. However the last 5 minutes (HINT) will be well KROFTED (note not mispelled) for the kid in all of us.

the second of my two episodes involves accident Amy (played by executive producer Sandra Bullock). She seems to have so much fun pratfalling and ending up in mishap after mishap, while George tries for a 30 day accident free shop.

So if you want family fun with a target on fun. This hits the bullseye on all accounts

Bennet Pomerantz AUDIOWORLD
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By R. Baugh on October 29, 2007
Format: DVD
I loved the the show from the beginning. George Lopez really tells it like it is and much resembles my own family upbringing. I hope they complete the series with the following seasons. There is one flaw. During each of the beginning credits, why was the song "Low Rider" by War taken out of the beginning credits and replaced with some weird moaning and groaning music. Keep up the good work George!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By DVD Fan on August 15, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
As a fan of the show that was unable to watch it regularly, due to the unpredictability of ABC's schedule, this is a great way to finally enjoy all the episodes. Please don't drop the ball with releasing the entire series on DVD as some other shows have had happen to them (Leave It To Beaver, The Bob Newhart Show, Simon and Simon).
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