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“George Says I Do... More in This Marriage”
Season 5, Episode # 10
Number (#90) in series (120 episodes)
Guest star(s) Hector Elias
Claudia Choi
Robert Wu
Network: ABC-TV
Production code: 410
Writer(s) Paul A. Kaplan & Mark Torgrove
Director Joe Regalbuto
Original airdate December 7, 2005
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George Says I Do... More in This Marriage is the 10th episode of George Lopez, in Season Five of the series, also the 90th overall series episode. Written by Kathy Fischer, the episode, which was directed by Joe Regalbuto, premiered on ABC-TV on December 7, 2005.

"George Says I Do... More in This Marriage"
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Synopsis

While giving marriage counseling to a young engaged couple from their church, George and Angie discover that they disagree about who works harder in their own marriage. They set up a point system based on their household tasks and compete for dominance.

"George Says I Do... More in This Marriage"
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Plot summary

George and Angie compete to see who does more work in their marriage and at home after George claims he does more. George is winning, but Vic convinces George let Angie win so that she won't leave him. Angie says she has 90 points, and George says he has 90 too in order to protect their marriage, but Angie really had 120. Because of this, George has to do Angie's chores for a month, and in the end of the episode, George starts acting like Angie and vice versa.

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