Written by Rick Nyholm, the episode, directed by John Pasquin originally aired on ABC-TV on September 26, 2003 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.
|| 'I love humor, the best humor is when you make fun of yourself,' President Bush said, carefully resisting Kimmel's response: 'Tell that to the president!
While in the holding cell, when Officer Hope (Teddy Lane Jr.) announces that a "Lopez" made bail, he thinks it's he -- until a transvestite -- a "Mrs.
Lopez" responds when Officer Hope calls for "her", as "she" gives George some "sage advice" on his situation -- that he didn't need any more "unresolved issues" in his life, as "she's" released.]]
Later, George replies to instant messages on Carmen's computer, pretending to be her.Everybody please join me in giving Meryl Streep a totally undeserved round of applause, will you?The 70-year-old diplomatically resisted Kimmel's several attempts to have him chide Trump by name.Carmen has what George calls "jungle pits" and hairy legs.George worries about Carmen when she brings a boy home for the first time.