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George Lopez episode
“George's Relatively Bad Idea”
Ep 4x21 - Vic tries to explain to Linda what happened with he and Benny
Vic finds himself in a real bind when he has to explain to George's half-sister Linda (Eva LaRue), whom he had taken out on a date the night before, what once happened with her mother Benny (they once french kissed) in "George's Relatively Bad Idea" (ep.#21).
Season 4, Episode # 21
Number (#77) in series (120 episodes)
Guest star(s) Eva LaRue
Network: ABC-TV
Production code: 321
Writer(s) Stacey Pulwer
Director Joe Regalbuto
Original airdate April 12, 2005
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George's Relatively Bad Idea was the 21st episode of Season Four of George Lopez; it was also the 77th overall episode in the series. Written by Stacey Pulwer, the episode, which was directed by Joe Regalbuto, originally aired on ABC-TV on April 12, 2005.

"George's Relatively Bad Idea"
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Synopsis

In exchange for George granting permission to his father-in-law and his best friend who wish to date his long lost sister, Linda Lorenzo (recurring guest star EVA LaRUE), George considers taking bribes from the two men.

Storyline

George gets caught up in some bad family ties when he lets Vic give him money (pays off the garage) to go out on a date with his sister. But after seeing a kiss, George learns Linda isn't the only Lopez he kissed.

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Trivia and notes

  • Apparently, Ernie has broken up his engagement with Tammy, the mother of Ricky, Max's friend.
  • Ernie admits the events he witnessed from the episode "The Simple Life".

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