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Assembly-line worker and family man George (comic George Lopez) is promoted to manage an airplane parts factory in Los Angeles. George is clearly devoted to his wife, Angie, and their children, Max and Carmen, but his live-in, insensitive, difficult mother makes things complicated.

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George is arrested for assaulting his father; Manny wants to clear the air so he drops the charges and George invites him over to dinner on the same night Benny is bringing her younger boyfriend, Randy, over to meet George.
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George unknowingly commits a felony while awaiting President Bush's arrival at the factory, resulting in the Secret Service paying a visit to his home.
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When George and Angie run into financial trouble, Benny reaches out to the second wife (Cristina Saralegui) of George's estranged father.
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George has to hide his concern when Ernie is made team leader at work; a cosmetics saleswoman (Hilary Duff) encourages Angie to lie to her clients.
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Carmen's first day of school turns upside down when George misdirects his worry and concern; Max develops a crush on an older woman.
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George and Angie invite ex-gang member Marisol to stay with them, but trouble erupts when she becomes a role model for Carmen.
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When Benny learns that George's father is wealthy, she concocts a get-rich-quick scheme that jeopardizes George's job.
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George has a crisis of conscience when he is asked to demote an employee because of his ethnic background.
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Angie's sister (guest star Jacqueline Obradors) makes a pass at George. Emiliano Diez also guest stars.
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George learns he has a half brother (Lou Diamond Phillips) when he tries to take out a loan for Carmen's private school.
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Carmen's boyfriend spreads nasty rumors about her after she breaks up with him; George has a score to settle with a school counselor (guest star Steven R. Schirripa).
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Benny tries to reconcile with her dying brother in hopes of getting his Super Bowl tickets; George has trouble dealing with death.
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Benny's bathroom is falling apart, and Angie tries to convince George that if he fixes it up for her, she'll be grateful to him for once in his life.
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When Angie joins more charity organizations than she can handle, George and the family help her get things under control.
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George and Angie feel compelled to elaborate on the birds and the bees as their daughter Carmen matures.
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Baseball's premier players teach George the true meaning of the game. Rod Carew, Steve Garvey, Joe Morgan and Jim Palmer guest star as themselves.
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George is compelled to confess something embarrassing about himself in order to help Max overcome a learning disability.
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George and Benny try to fill jailed Jim's spot in a carpool; George tests Max's street smarts with devious tricks.
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Angie plans a surprise birthday party for George; an accident-prone employee (Sandra Bullock) returns to work at the factory.
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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.
aired 7 days ago
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.

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