George Lopez

Season 3 Episode 8

Bringing Home the Bacon

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Nov 07, 2003 on ABC
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With his job in jeopardy, George tries to cancel Carmen's expensive quinceañera (15th birthday party). But since Angie is successful with her cosmetics business, she gets to make the financial decisions in the family now—to George's chagrin. Meanwhile, Carmen agonizes over how to tell her boyfriend Jason that she loves him without scaring him away.moreless

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Valente Rodriguez

Valente Rodriguez

Ernesto 'Ernie' Cardenas

Belita Moreno

Belita Moreno

Benita 'Benny' Lopez

Constance Marie

Constance Marie

Angie Palmero Lopez

George Lopez

George Lopez

George Lopez

Masiela Lusha

Masiela Lusha

Carmen Conzuela Lopez

Luis Armand Garcia

Luis Armand Garcia

Max Lopez

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Angie: Listen, I know it's hard for you to understand, because you've never been a teen-age girl, but my quinciñera is a day, I will never forget. I dressed up like Cinderella, and my friends and I put on a big musical show, and for one day, I was a princess!
      George: Well, you probably won't understand this, because you've never been a man in debt, but WHO CARES?!?!

    • Carmen: All I have to do is have a father-daughter dance and then I'm a woman.
      Jason: So, when exactly do you start your womanhood?
      (George places his hand on Jason's shoulder)
      George: You go near her womanhood, you'll be looking for you manhood at the bottom of a punchbowl.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Peter Smokler was nominated for the 2004 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series" for this episode.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • When Angie tells George to imagine Carmen coming out of an oyster, this is possibly a reference to the song, "Daughters of Triton" from The Little Mermaid at the scene where Ariel is supposed to come out of the purple clam/oyster.

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