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After Benny's house burns down and everyone reads the notes sent by her neighbors.
Ernie (reading the note) "I hope you build a new house..."
Angie- "well, that's not bad"
Ernie-..."but this time with the windows painted shut so you're trapped inside and burn alive like the wicked witch you are!!"
Made funnier by the fact that, when asked by George who signed it (he wants to send them a Christmas card), Ernie tells them a lot of people signed and it's sort of a petition. Also funny is one of the earlier letters which reads "What the hell does god have to do to finish you off?"
What Ernie says after before hand when Angie notices that there aren't a lot of notes sums up how her neighbors think of her.
In "Max's Big Adventure", George isn't sure that Max should walk to school by himself. So he gets his work carpool driver to drive around and try to see if Max will get in the car. Max doesn't fall for anything, but the neighbor kid does. George says he will give the kid all the change in his pockets if he shuts up. Then, when a policeman pulls them over, the boy blurts out "He said if I keep my mouth shut, I can have what's in his pocket!"
One episode had George and a dentist fighting over who's childhood was a lot worse. Here's what the dentist said:
Dentist: My mom locked me in the closet for a day and a half just so she could go and party!
The hilarious part was George's comeback reply:
George: Oh yeah, well my neighbor touched me inappropriately IN MY NO-NOs.
Even better; it's immediately revealed afterward that that last one never actually happened. George just wanted to win the "who's life is worse" fight.
In "Fishing Cubans," Vic and his brother Octavio (whom Vic and George rescued from Cuba) are drinking in the kitchen talking about what they'd like to do to Fidel Castro when George barges into the kitchen dressed as Castro, complete with jumpsuit and beard, and yells "IT'S GO TIME!", scaring Vic and Octavio out of their wits. George laughs at the two brothers, and Vic, enraged, yells "Ven aca communista!" ("Come here, you communist!") and proceeds to chase George out the kitchen.
Benny trying to convince George to buy things from his childhood. She takes out an old teddy bear (Mr Bear Bear) and then makes it beg George to take it back ("She already took one eye for her dress. Help me! Heeeeelllllllpppppp me!").
Any time Vic appeared as a hallucinogenic worm.
George makes a wish for his birthday, Ernie comes in and says that Benny's house burnt down. George's instant reaction was "I swear my wish was about Carmen!" referring to the trouble with their daughter at the time of the scene.
After Carmen threatens to get pregnant so she can legally marry Jason in another state, greatly angering the rest of the family, she sneaks down in the middle of the night to where he's sleeping on the couch, and nudges him awake. He jumps up, revealing he's sleeping with a baseball bat for protection, and yells that he "didn't touch your daughter, Mr. Lopez!".
After Jason has a roidrage and leaves the Lopez house, George tries searching for him and fails saying:
George (as Jason): WHY GEORGE CHASE JASON? JASON WANT ALONE!
When Marisol's boyfriend goes to the factory to find her and George confronts him.
When George finally gets in touch with his problems with Max's school psychologist.
George:(sobbing) And then I remember my mom told me that my chicken pox was God punishing me for not making it to the potty!
Phillip: School's over. I have to go.
George: But I'm just getting started! Want to hear what happened to my first dog, Larry?
George: I could be the kind of person who'd just let her break my golf clubs, but instead I'm the kind of person that goes into her car and takes this. *Pulls out a steering wheel while sporting a huge grin*
The following exchange:
George: I know I've said this a million times before, but this time I mean it, Angie! I am gonna KILL Carmen!
Angie: I am so tired of you not including me when it comes to parenting. (beat) WE are gonna kill Carmen!
Then this happens;
George: So we'll have one kid left.
Angie: Max is a good boy, he'll be our future.
Max: Well, I'm off to fail the fifth grade.
George:(beat) You know, we should have let his hair grow and raise him as a dog.
The neighborhood forms an angry mob to go after a sex offender who moved in down the street. George suggests that, when they're done with that, they get the kid that races his scooter up and down the streets. Once everyone leaves the sex offender's house, the kid rides past and everyone runs after him.
Also, when Angie gets mad at George for giving Max the wrong advice about being attracted to a woman, Max says that he discovered how hot the predator is from the emergency flyers Angie made, leaving her in a state of silent shock while George glares at her.
George: Way to go, smut peddler.
"No glove, no love. Van Beuren High, Go Panthers."
When George rigs a productivity contest as payback for all the times Benny screwed him over, Benny vows to get even with him. George says she's bluffing, followed by a Smash Cut to him holding his broken golf clubs in anguish.
George:AY DIOS MIO!!!WHYYYYY!? Why couldn't you take the kids!?
The note that came with it.
Angie: *Reading* For every day I don't get my trip to Reno one of your loved ones will die.
George's description of Benny's breast implants.
George: These are more than just implants. The cast of LOST is trying to find their way off the right one and the left one is hosting the Winter Olympics!
Benny and Vic giving George and Angie almost identical advice about Carmen's questions about sex. George and Angie immediately throw their parents out of the house.
Benny: This is gonna happen one of two ways: Planned and protected or hot and spontaneous!
Benny: They both have their advantages! One way, you don't get pregnant. The other...wow.
(Angie opens the door and George throws Benny out)
Angie: Does your mom always have to be so blunt?
(Vic walks in)
Vic: Look, I didn't want to say this in front of Carmen, but this is going to happen one of two ways: Smart and with protection, or in a field of tobacco under a Cuban moon with the gunfire of revolution in the background! WOW.