George Lopez : From now on, we're home schooling you. Whatever we don't know, you don't know. When did the Korean War start? I don't know, and neither do you! Carmen Lopez : Hahhhh. George Lopez : Carmen, it's okay, you're beautiful on the inside, they all don't hate you, you'll find something you're good at, there'll be other boys, you probably need some time alone, see you tomorrow morning honey. Carmen Lopez : Dad, I went to, like, fifteen stores at the mall. Nobody wants to give me a job.
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Fandom s : George Lopez , slash fiction , hetero fiction. This story is not-for-profit but I own it. Summary: After she had enough of the problems that she had with George, Carmen runs away from home and goes to San Francisco, where she's able to find herself a new place to live and it comes with an unusual roommate. But that was before some unexpected things had suddenly caused a huge rift to appear in-between both me and my own beloved dad--like for instance: my own father kicking this one cute guy that I had met in school known as Jason MacNamara out of the house while we were not doing anything wrong--and it had became so bad for the both of us as well as the rest of the family and I was unable to take it anymore! And so, as soon as Mom had gone out to do some errands, Dad had gone off to work and Max had left the house to go do some practice with his little league baseball team, I had quickly packed up as much of my personal stuff that I was able to get into my bags and suitcases, wrote a note to the rest of my family explaining why I had no choice but to do what I had to do, took one last look at the living room of the one place that I had once called home, wiped the tears from my eyes, stepped out of the house and kept right on going. You see, when I was younger and I had gotten so mad at my father over something, I had just stormed out of the house and gone over to the home of my grandfather, Doctor Victor Palmero to stay with him for a little while but that was before I had grown older and decided that I was not going to put my poor grandfather through all of that ever again, which--of course--had caused me to take an alternate route and place myself on a bus to the City of San Francisco.
George: From now on, we're home schooling you. Whatever we don't know, you don't know. When did the Korean War start? I don't know, and neither do you! George: You have a birthday lunch at Denny's every month. We're not that proud! George: That's my job in this family, Angie. When I was a kid my mom always complained about how there wasn't a man around to help her with the bills.
Prescription for Trouble was the 11th episode in Season Four of George Lopez ; it was also the 67th overall episode aired in the series. When Carmen wants to begin using birth control, George and Angie contemplate making a deal with her in order to keep her from taking the next step with her boyfriend, Jason. After Carmen reunites with her ex-boyfriend, Jason, she asks George and Angie for birth control pills as a present for her upcoming 16th birthday. George is angry at Jason and believes it's his fault, but he's shocked when he discovers from Jason that it was all Carmen's idea. They are also shocked when they found out that Benny took Carmen to the free clinic to get the pills after Vic told Carmen that she didn't need her parents' permission to get the pills. In the end, George and Angie get Carmen a new car for her 16th birthday. J:ason: excited Really, she asked for birth control? No way! George gives Jason a look No way should you allow her to have those. Sign In Don't have an account?