Angie tells George she's pregnant, and Benny's off to jail after she's arrested as an accessory to the convenience-store robbery. So George has to find a lawyer (Adam West). And that won't be his only expense: Carmen got accepted into college. Meanwhile, Vic announces that he's getting married again, to a 27-year-old.
Angie maintains her story that she's pregnant to keep George from missing Carmen. Meanwhile Vic introduces his young and beautiful but not too bright fiancée to the family.
At her trial, Benny must rely on George's testimony since her lawyer and even her mother have all turned on her.
George, upset about being publicly humiliated at work, downs a shot of liquor along with the worm in it and hallucinates that he and Ernie are gay and about to be married to each other.
George seeks help from a popular reality TV game show in order to expose Vic's cheating, gold-digging fiancée.
George's poor memory comes back to haunt him when Angie's mother passes away.
When a sexual predator moves into the neighborhood, George and Angie decide it's time to finally have "the talk" with Max.
Much to Benny's dismay, George and Angie hire a maid who quickly cooks and cleans her way into George's heart.
When the love of Benny's life returns to town, George builds a web of lies to keep them from reuniting.
George and Angie make a bet to determine who can live the most frugally.
George tries to relive his high school days by teaching Max to play the guitar. But when Max moves on without his dad and joins a rock band, George wishes he could take it all back.
The Lopez family strikes out against a new neighbor who's decorated his front lawn with an offensive art display. Meanwhile, George and Angie run into an old friend who takes an interest in their niece.
Vic feigns fatherly love so George will play in a father-son golf tournament against his long time rival and his son, Tony.
George puts Max to work at the factory to emphasize the importance of education.