One time, George and I broke into school with a whole bunch of spray paint, and we... He was just using you to hide something that he doesn't know how to deal with. George: Carmen, you're lucky you have parents who care. Carmen: I just got my letter from Northern Vermont, but I'm afraid to open it.
[chuckling]George: Look, I know, I don't like it either. [Zack is shocked and hides back in the closet] Okay... Okay, this doesn't mean that you're ugly or stupid. I partied with Chingy and I shared a sandwich with a homeless guy. So no more curfews, no more rules, I'm an adult, and tomorrow night, I'm going out. Now, at the time, I was already growing vegetables in the garden; I didn't want one walking around my house.
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen of the jury."Angie: I wish they were unresolved. I'm gonna try to stop complaining because I don't want to be your excuse for smoking.
In the pilot of George Lopez’s new TV Land comedy, Lopez, he is asked: “Do you ever do anything without your name in the title? Angelenos will get a kick out of seeing former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa getting confused for a valet parker — by you! About a year ago, we shot a production pilot and he was in it and then he did it again this time. The first one he was good too, but when he says pendejo [slang for dumbass] both times, it is really funny. And then I called him and I went out to dinner with him and I nailed it down. That actually happened to me a couple times so I decided to put it in. So if you’re gonna be honest, then use it to be honest. When you were thinking about the show, were you thinking it would work better on cable? There’s not a lot of places on network TV, and I don’t think network TV is the first option anymore, you know? And with being able to watch it on an app, on your phone, it’s ridiculous. It hasn’t been that long since your show was on ABC. I’m more playing me than I was playing an actor playing me.
I will shred files, I will lie, I will do anything! So I'm gonna run an ad in all the newspapers up in Northern California. "I lost my father as a boy, mother told me he was dead.
You know maybe it was for love, maybe it was the drink, I don't know! Seriously man just tell me what you did so I can help you.
According to a new report from Deadline, Lopez will be overseeing the new dating show on Fox entitled "Take Me Out," which is based on a series in the United Kingdom about an eligible bachelor who tries to convince a group of women to go out on a date with him.
Each week, viewers tune in to see intimate one-on-one dates between contestants, facilitated by Lopez.If there are multiple women remaining by the end of the round, the bachelor then chooses who he would like to go on a date with out of the remaining women.Lopez brings a great deal of humor to the hosting gig, which should serve the show well since the other major dating show out there ("The Bachelor") is often serious and dramatic.George Lopez has made a name for himself on television.Literally — his past three TV shows have all bore his name: George Lopez on ABC, Lopez Tonight on TBS, and Saint George on FX. The single-camera sitcom riffs on the Curb Your Enthusiasm model and gives us a look into the life of a slightly-fictionalized George Lopez, a divorced stand-up comedian living in California navigating the dating world, looking for ways to up his social media game, and trying to find a way to nab that sweet job he’s been angling for.