George Lopez

Home Sweet Homeschool

Season 4, Ep 4, Aired 10/19/04
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  • Episode Description
  • When Carmen's school refuses to let her back in, the recently laid-off Angie agrees to home school her. But the money cut also forces a postponement of George and Angie's wedding.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Valente Rodriguez

    Ernesto 'Ernie' Cardenas

  • Belita Moreno

    Benita 'Benny' Lopez

  • Constance Marie

    Angie Palmero Lopez

  • George Lopez

    George Lopez

  • Masiela Lusha

    Carmen Conzuela Lopez

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  • Quotes (13)

    • Carmen: (to Angie) So now you're accusing me of cheating? This is hell! I can't take it anymore! There's no breaks, no one to talk to, it's just you all day! Have you ever spent eight hours with yourself?! No wonder Dad always hides in the garage. George: I'm not hiding, I'm working. Carmen: It doesn't take 3 years to build a bird house. George: It does if you're doing it southern plantation style.

    • Carmen: (after Angie asks a hard questions) That's not fair! Angie: Tell it to the chicken!

    • Angie: Well, George, I do have time now because I'm not working. George: But homeschooling, Angie, that's a big commitment. Remember that special moment every morning when Carmen finally leaves for school and you say, "Thank god she's gone!"? You won't have that anymore!

    • George: My daughter's gonna be class president, valedictorian, prom queen, everything she can't be with those other kids around!

    • Angie: You saw me in my dress before I hid didn't you? That's when the bad luck started! George: Sure, Angie. I ruined our string of bad luck with our dyslexic son, our run away daughter, and my mother who shows no sign of aging or disease what so ever.... (Benny walks by coughing) A window just opened!

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    Notes (1)

    • When George says something along the lines of 'Bottle water didn't seem to be such a great idea back then' there is actually a bottle of water in the background.

    Allusions (1)

    • No Child Left Behind A 2001 U.S. federal law that set to reform the primary and secondary education system.

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