George lopez dubya dad and dating part 1
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.
In Part 2 of the 3rd season premiere, George is in jail for punching Manny, whom he punch after he confronted Manny in his office back in Phoenix.
Dubya, Dad, and Dating (Part 1) was the first part of a two-episode story arc which served as the Season 3 opening of George Lopez; the episode, which was also the 29th overall series episode.
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.
George then invites Manny to stop by his home for dinner later that evening, so he can meet Angie and his grandchildren.
Meanwhile, Benny and Randy also decide to go over to George's house that night to tell him that they are seeing each other.
When the police knock on his door, he's arrested for something entirely unexpected and is forced to meet his estranged father face-to-face.
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But innuendos are common, and some of the humor relies on put-downs ("she's not like you when you were getting married -- she's not a minor, not pregnant, and knows the name of the guy she's marrying").
The ethnic humor doesn't sink as low as it could, but it is there, and sometimes it's more stereotypical than it has to be.
This season, George and his crew host a very special guest at the plant, as the U. President arrives to drum up support amongst the Latino community.
But a tragedy could spell trouble for George's future at the factory.