|George Lopez episode|
|“Trouble in Paradise”|
| Season 4, Episode # 8 |
Number (#64) in series (120 episodes)
|Guest star(s)||George Wendt|
Skye McCole Bartusiak
|Original airdate||November 9, 2004|
|IMDB||Trouble in Paradise|
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Trouble in Paradise was the eighth episode of Season Four of George Lopez, also the 64th overall series episode. Written by Dave Caplan, the episode, which was directed by Gerry Cohen, originally aired on ABC-TV on November 9, 2004.
|"Trouble in Paradise"|
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A terrible dinner that features a drunk Carmen, Max with a hickey on his neck, and other dirty secrets about the town make George and Angie think that L.A. is still the best place for their family.
Carmen and Max befriend some local kids and manage to get into more trouble while visiting a small Colorado town than when they're living in L.A. George and Angie realize that Los Angeles is the place for them.
- George Lopez (Actor) as George Lopez (character)
- Constance Marie as Angie Lopez
- Masiela Lusha as Carmen Lopez
- Luis Armand Garcia as Max Lopez
- Belita Moreno as Benny Lopez
- Valente Rodriguez as Ernie Cardenas
- Emiliano Diez as Vic Palmero
- Skye McCole Bartusiak as Sarah "L'il Bit" Bellamy
- Marietta DePrima as Winnie Bellamy
- Kyle Searles as Tom
- George Wendt as Bill "Boss" Donnelly (Special guest star)
- Joe Egender as Conner
- Vern Urich as Mr. Perkins
- George: Are you feeling alright, Ernie? You look a little carsick.
- (Ernie is still standing)
- Ernie: (Gasps) (Screams) Uh... Ot's just that I saw a horrible, horrible accident.
- Benny: Ernie better not open his mouth.
- Vic: Even if he does, we'll just tell George we were drunk. The kiss meant nothing.
- Benny: Of course it meant nothing. I'm still seeing Randy.It wasn't even a real kiss.
- George: Ed will tell us What's going on. He's a good guy. Hey, Ed.
- George: Any idea what's going on?
- George: It's pretty nasty, huh?
- Ernie: I've seen worse. (Screams)
- This episode won the 2005 Emmy for "Outstanding Art Direction For A Multi-Camera Series."