Air Date: March 27th, 2002
A man deals with his insensitive mother in all aspects of his life.
Season 6 - Episode 18 : George Decides to Sta-Local Where It's Familia May 8, 2007
When the factory is bought out by someone who plans on moving the plant to Mexico, George goes to bat for his employees, until the new owner presents him with a very lucrative offer.
Season 6 - Episode 17 : George Thinks Max's Future Is on the Line May 8, 2007
When Max breaks George's computer, he decides to teach Max the value of a buck by making him pay for it by working at the factory with him. But the plan backfires when Max decides college isn't for him.
Season 6 - Episode 17 : George Thinks Max's Future Is on the Line; George Decides to Sta-Local Where It's Familia May 8, 2007
To emphasize the importance of education, George forces Max to work at the factory; the new owner of Powers Aviation asks George to make some major life-changes.
Season 6 - Episode 16 : George's Bogey-ous Relationship With Vic Is Putt to the Test May 1, 2007
Vic wants George to play in a father-son golf tournament against a longtime rival and his son (Oscar de la Hoya).
Season 6 - Episode 15 : George Can't Let Sleeping Mexicans Lie Apr 24, 2007
The family's new neighbor decorates his front lawn with an offensive art display; an old friend takes an interest in George and Angie's niece.
The actors are all very good, particularly Moreno and Valentine Rodriquez who plays his pal, Ernie...It's not there yet - not by a long shot - but it's got potential. Chances are good that the producers will work it out. [27 Mar 2002, p.72] Show More
Even with all that support, George Lopez looks like a wispy, amateurishly performed show serving jokes that are bland, coarse or predictable. Lopez has a talent for delivering one-liners but he's a limited actor. [27 Mar 2002, p.E1] Show More
George Lopez is a show you can't help but root for because its star is so likeable. And, yes, it would be great to see more ethnic diversity on TV...But while the pilot isn't bad, it isn't all that good. But being likeable and mildly amusing is a start. [22 Mar 2002, p.C08] Show More