Freddie

Freddie Gets Cross Over George

Season 1, Ep 19, Aired 3/22/06
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  • Episode Description
  • Zoey's Internet friend, his dad and a friend travel to Chicago so they can meet. Freddie and Chris try to prove their manhood. They do the same, and the four end up in a bit of trouble.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Stacey Pulwer

  • Bob Koherr

  • Brian Austin Green

    Chris

  • Freddie Prinze Jr.

    Freddie Moreno

  • Jenny Gago

    Grandma

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (4)

    • Jacqueline Obradors (Sofia) also appeared in the season 2 episode "A Kiss Is Just A Kiss" of George Lopez. However, she played a different character.

    • Valente Rodriguez (Ernie) also worked with Jenny Gago (Grandma) in the 1993 movie Bound By Honor, and, in the 1995 movie My Family.

    • Valente Rodriguez (Ernie) also worked with Brian Austin Green (Chris) in the season 5 episode "Injustice For All" of Beverly Hills 90210.

    • The George Lopez show airing right before this episode of Freddie was called George Gets Cross Over Freddie. Stars from Freddie in George Gets Cross Over Freddie: Freddie Prinze Jr. (Freddie) Brian Austin Green (Chris) Chloe Suazo (Zoey) Stars from George Lopez in Freddie Gets Cross Over George: George Lopez (George) Valente Rodriguez (Ernie) Luis Armand Garcia (Max)

    Trivia (1)

    • Freddie spills a drink on a guy at the bar. The guy had a big wet spot on his shirt, but on the next shot, the stain was gone.

    Allusions (3)

    • George and Ernie mumble about Grandma and how she looks like "someone." That someone is clearly Benny, from "George Lopez."

    • Since Freddie and George were in the drunk tank, an Otis/Mayberry reference was pretty expected. Otis was the town drunk on The Andy Griffith Show.

    • Freddie mentioned to George that Grandma was watching "a Ken Burns documentary on baseball," a reference to the 18 hour miniseries Mr. Burns made for PBS.

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