Greetings from Tucson

Season 1 Episode 9

Christmas

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Aired Friday 9:30 PM Dec 13, 2002 on The WB
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While Elizabeth and Maria scheme to teach Sarah's narrow-minded mom a lesson, David plots revenge when his dad first gives him permission to spend the holidays skiing with Sarah, then goes back on his word. Meanwhile, Ernesto allows his friends' band (Los Lobos) to practice in the garage, but is horrified when Joaquin wants to join the band as their lead singer.moreless

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      • Karen: I hope we didn't offend Joaquin. I wasn't sure if his people had ever seen caroling.
        Elizabeth: Actually, we Mexicans, and I say we because I converted, have something called Las Pasadas. On Christmas Eve, we stroll from house to house, reenacting Mary and Joseph looking for a place to stay the night.
        Karen: I knew Mexican Christmas would be completely different from normal Christmas!

      • Ernesto: It shouldn't be this hard to make a kid play a racist cartoon character.

      • Carolers (to Maria & Elizabeth): Feliz Navidad! Feliz Navidad! Feliz Navidad.
        Maria (to Joaquin): Daddy, turn on the sprinklers.

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      • The Los Lobos who appear in this episode also perform the theme song for the series Greetings from Tucson in the beginning of the opening credits.

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