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George Lopez: It's Not Me, It's You (2013)

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Comedian George Lopez has grown into one of America's funniest standup comics. His HBO special It's Not Me, It's You is edgier than his early material, and just as funny. Lopez continues to mine his Hispanic roots--and delivers a fair amount of this performance in Spanish. He has some choice words for the borderline-racist sheriff in Arizona, Joe Arpaio, as well as for one-time Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. His topical comedy is hilarious, but Lopez also finds the small moments in everyday life that are perplexing and amusing, much like Jerry Seinfeld does. His bit on women and snoring will ring uncomfortably true for men and women--and maybe even rappers. Lopez is not a larger-than-life comic like, say, Chris Rock; but Lopez's strength is in being completely willing to be himself--and a very loud version of himself. Lopez fans will love this performance, and comedy lovers not as familiar with Lopez definitely should check it out. --A.T. Hurley

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  • The Road to “It’s Not Me, It’s You

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He starred in his own hit sitcom, recorded Grammy-nominated comedy albums, scored a string of Hollywood hits, wrote a best-selling book, and became the first Hispanic American ever to host a late-night talk show. So what’s George Lopez going to do for an encore? Find out, when Lopez returns to HBO for his third live solo stand-up special, direct from the 7,000-seat Nokia Theatre in LA (site of the Primetime Emmy Awards).
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