George Lopez

Season 2 Episode 15

Girl Fight

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Feb 12, 2003 on ABC
7.8
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After Carmen ends her relationship with her classmate Adam, he tries to ruin her reputation at school. George and Angie want to repair the damage, but school counselor Tommy, who knew George when they were kids, refuses to right the wrong—prompting Carmen to take action in her own defense.moreless

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  • Sad

    10
    Carmen is known as the school "Wh%$e" because she dumped her boyfriend, and he spreads gossip about her. Things get worse and worse, and when George tries to fix this, he learns the only person who can help is his old bully.



    Soon Carmen's reputation is completely trashed, and she is forced to go to a different school.



    Some people may hate this episode, but I really like it. It had classic George Lopez humor, and it was sadder then most episodes of the series. Not my all-time favorite episode, but it is a really well-written and serious episode, and I applaud it for thatmoreless
  • Holy Cheese on a Cheesecake! What an emotional episode!

    10
    I have enjoyed watching this show for a while, and Carmen was always my favorite character (Next to Benny and Ernie). And this episode made me feel so sorry for her. I actually first started watching the show when she was in the private school, and I was wondering why she wasn't in public school, and, oh boy, this episode answered my question. Even being a boy,I totally understand what it is like to be called a school "Sl*t and Wh*re", and I felt so sorry for her at the end when she said what happened to her at school, especially with the boys. I mean, following her into the GIRLS bathroom for sex, that's sexual harassment, and pulling up her shirt, That's Out And Out Sexual Assualt! I actually had mixed emotions for this episode, in the beginning with Max telling George and Angie that Carmen cut class, and the look Carmen gives him before he runs out of the house in fear! lol I burst out laughing. But that all went down hill when we discovered the "Carmen Hopez" on the window, and when said to Piper, "Screw You Piper!", I really started hoping Carmen would kick the bullies sorry butts, but at the end, I cried along with her. Another great episode, possibly one of my favorites! 10/10!moreless
  • OH.......MY......GOD!!!!

    1.5
    What an ageist and sexist episode! While girls might think of this as a strong, powerful episode that teaches a lesson in sexual harrassment, us guys just find it as discrimination. Sheesh, teenage guys are not *that* abusive!



    Ever since that "Woman's Rights" bill was passed, guys have been disrespected for many years. This is just another thing to give people a reason to keep disrespecting them. It's thanks to stuff like this that people think of guys as a bunch of girl abusers.



    Why am I talking specifically guys? Because if Carmen was labeled as the "School Wh*re", then it would be specifically guys who are picking on her. Why would a girl want to have sex with another girl?



    This episode was kind of unrealistic, too. First of all, how would those guys be able to reach the Lopezes' home phone number? And I don't know how a guy would be able to follow a girl into the girls' bathroom without getting caught. That sounds a little farfetched, in my opinion.



    Overall, I wish they never made this episode in the first place. Guys have been disrespected for many years now and people should not be given another stupid reason like this to keep disrespecting them. With stuff like this on the air, I don't know if I'll ever get a girlfriend.moreless
  • i feel so bad. imagine being in this situation?

    9.7
    omg, this episode was very well acted, soo sad though, i cant believe she ended up going to private school. all of those names they called her and what they put on the house. if i was carmen, i would of been like in shock, humliated, embarrased, and soo pissed. especially if my friends did to me what her friends did to her. atleast now she can have a peaceful life, without that school. i really like this show and this episode was really really really really really good. this was really well written, and an amzing episode. all it was was annoying, because of what they wwere doing to her.moreless
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Ernesto 'Ernie' Cardenas

Belita Moreno

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Constance Marie

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Angie Palmero Lopez

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Masiela Lusha

Masiela Lusha

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Luis Armand Garcia

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Watch closely: When Benny is talking about how she was made fun of in high school, the exclamation point on the window is written with a heart at the bottom. Moments later, when she's cleaning the window, the exclamation point is written normally, no heart.

  • QUOTES (8)

    • George: So you're not still mad I didn't wear my jacket in our wedding photo?
      Angie: Of course not. It doesn't matter to me that the most important day of my life was just casual Saturday to you!
      George: Glad you're over it!

    • Angie:Are you going to going to Adam's?
      George: If I tell you it'd be pre-mediated! Let me go while it's still a crime of passion!
      Angie: You are not going anywhere!
      Benny: She's right; I'll go. I got a bigger trunk and no plates!

    • Max: Mom, you say you love me, and you say you love the flower vase in the hall. If one of those things broke the other, would you still love me? You can think about it. (leaves)
      Angie: Sell the boy.

    • Angie: I'm gonna call Adam's parents about this window right now.
      Carmen: Adam didn't do it. Piper did.
      George: Piper? That snob who used to be your friend?
      Carmen: That's her handwriting. I know because she wrote "Carmen Can't Say No-pez" on my locker.
      Benny: Hey, thank God our last name isn't Tucker.

    • Benny: (rushing in the house) Hey, you been pranked!
      George: Not now, Mom!
      Benny: No, I just want to see what it says. (pulling open the blinds) I couldn't read it backwards. (reveals Carmen Hopez spray painted on the sliding door)
      Carmen: Oh, God.
      Benny: Now I get it.
      Angie: Why would somebody do this?
      Carmen: It's Adam's fault. He lied and told some of his friends that I let him have sex with me. Now it's going around school that I'm a ho. That's why I'm not going to school, okay?
      Angie: Honey, that's horrible.
      George: Why the hell would he do that?
      Carmen: He doesn't want people to know I broke up with him. He wants everyone to think he dumped me 'cause he got what he wanted.
      George: That little punk. I thought I straightened him out last week.
      Benny: I know just what you're going through. When I was in high school, they called me easy, cheap, loose...of course I was pregnant.

    • Carmen: You know what else happened today? A boy followed me in the bathroom and asked me if I wanted to do it!
      Angie: Honey...
      Carmen: Another boy pulled up my shirt when I was walking down the hall. Please don't make me go back, please!
      George: It's okay, baby. We'll figure something out. Go upstairs so your mom and I can talk. (Carmen leaves)
      Angie: She's not wrong. She can never get her reputation back.
      George: I don't want to see her suffer like this for three more years.
      Angie: Me either. What are you thinking?
      George: Private school.
      Angie: That's what I was thinking. Can we afford it?
      George: No. We'll have to sell the boy.

    • Carmen: I got in a fight with Piper. She kept calling me a slut, then she pushed me.
      Angie: Oh, my God. Are you all right? You have blood on you.
      Carmen: That's Piper's.
      George: Really?
      Carmen: Yeah, I punched her in the nose.
      George: Damn! My girl's a scrapper! Whoo!
      Angie: George!
      George: Come on. Let me have this. She drew blood.
      Carmen: I didn't start the fight. I didn't even want to fight her, but ugh! She made me. You believe me, right?
      George: We believe you, honey.
      Carmen: Good. 'Cause Mr. Durango didn't. I'm suspended.
      Angie: What? You're suspended? That's not right.
      George: You see. I told you, Angie. He's paying me back by getting back at my daughter. You still think I'm being paranoid?
      (Later, Benny walks in)
      Benny: Hey, what's going on?
      George: Carmen got in a fight, Mom.
      Benny: Whoa. Look, you got blood on you.
      Carmen: It's the other girl's.
      Benny: Damn! My granddaughter's a scrapper!
      (Angie stares)
      George: Mom, we don't encourage violence in this house.
      (George and Benny give each other a low-five)

    • Piper: We heard about somebody wrote hopez on your house so we got you a little present. (Carmen opens the bag and takes out a pillow) That should make you more comfortable considering all the time you spend on your back.
      Carmen: Screw you Piper!
      Piper: What?! (Piper pushes her)

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