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Rating: 7.2 out of 10 (4553 votes)

The Drew Carey Show - Season Five

Actors: Diedrich Bader, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles

Directors: Bruce Helford, Drew Carey

Country: USA

Year: 1999

Available Quality: DivX

Drew's friends include intelligent but unambitious Lewis (Ryan Stiles) and excitable idiot Oswald (Diedrich Bader) and his friend (later girlfriend) Kate (Christa Miller). In the final two seasons, Kate leaves and Drew develops a relationship with Kellie (Cynthia Watros). Drew's crossdressing heterosexual brother Steve is a frequently recurring character. In addition to his day job, Drew, along with Oswald, Kate, and Lewis, runs a small business out of his garage, selling Buzz Beer, a concoction of beer and coffee that becomes extremely popular in the region.

 
Rating: 7.2 out of 10 (4553 votes)

The Drew Carey Show - Season Six

Actors: Diedrich Bader, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles

Directors: Bruce Helford, Drew Carey

Country: USA

Year: 2000

Available Quality: DivX

In the first season, Drew and Mimi worked under Mr. Bell, who existed only as a voice on Drew's speakerphone, and was seen only in his final episode when he was fired by the store's new owners. Other characters that appeared exclusively in this era were Drew's hillbilly neighbor Jules and his family. Drew's first girlfriend Lisa was introduced in this season, and she remained with the cast until the early episodes of the second season.

 
Rating: 7.2 out of 10 (4553 votes)

The Drew Carey Show - Season Seven

Actors: Diedrich Bader, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles

Directors: Bruce Helford, Drew Carey

Country: USA

Year: 2001

Available Quality: DivX

Nine of the episode titles were related to chemistry in some way with names such as "The Joining of Two Unlike Elements Is a Mixture" and "Isomers Have Distinct Characteristics". The tradition was abandoned by the end of the season.

 
Rating: 7.2 out of 10 (4553 votes)

The Drew Carey Show - Season Eight

Actors: Diedrich Bader, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles

Directors: Bruce Helford, Drew Carey

Country: USA

Year: 2002

Available Quality: DivX

The first season's opening credits consisted of a caricature of Carey—consisting of his face and a yellow tie—singing the Robert McGuire-penned "Moon Over Parma". The song was trimmed for the opening sequence, and the reference to Eastlake in the line "Guide her to Eastlake underneath your silvery light" was changed to a reference to Cleveland.

 
Rating: 7.2 out of 10 (4553 votes)

The Drew Carey Show - Season Nine

Actors: Diedrich Bader, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles

Directors: Bruce Helford, Drew Carey

Country: USA

Year: 2003

Available Quality: DivX

Mr. Bell was replaced by Nigel Wick, who served as a foil for both Drew and Mimi in the workplace. During this period Drew and Mr. Wick periodically took the top management job away from each other. Kate and Drew got romantically involved, and were on the verge of getting married, but they called it off when they realized they didn't feel the same about the prospect of children. Drew's cross-dressing brother Steve was introduced during this period. He eventually fell in love with Mimi and they had a child, Gus.

 
Rating: 6.8 out of 10 (3774 votes)

George Lopez - Season One

Actors: Valente Rodriguez, George Lopez, Belita Moreno

Directors: Robert Borden, Bruce Helford, George Lopez

Country: USA

Year: 2002

Available Quality: DivX, iPod

George Lopez (also known as The George Lopez Show) is an American sitcom starring comedian George Lopez. The show originally aired on ABC from March 27, 2002, to May 8, 2007.

 
Rating: 6.8 out of 10 (3774 votes)

George Lopez - Season Two

Actors: Valente Rodriguez, George Lopez, Belita Moreno

Directors: Robert Borden, Bruce Helford, George Lopez

Country: USA

Year: 2003

Available Quality: DivX

The show stars George Lopez as manager of Powers Brothers Aviation (originally Powers & Sons Aviation), an airplane parts factory. He is married to Angie Palmero (Constance Marie). They have a rebellious and beautiful daughter, Carmen (Masiela Lusha), and a precocious son, Max (Luis Armand Garcia). They all live together in Los Angeles, California.

 
Rating: 6.8 out of 10 (3774 votes)

George Lopez - Season Three

Actors: Valente Rodriguez, George Lopez, Belita Moreno

Directors: Robert Borden, Bruce Helford, George Lopez

Country: USA

Year: 2004

Available Quality: DivX

George had a difficult childhood. He was abandoned by his father, Manny Lopez, and further mistreated and traumatized by a careless, abusive, chain smoking, alcoholic mother, Benita "Benny" Lopez (Belita Moreno). She usually criticizes Angie's cooking and parenting skills. George and Benny's adult relationship mainly consists of the two of them trading insults about each other, mainly referring to George's childhood (one example being how George was forced to eat a chair because Benny did not feed him). They appear to care for each other, and George has admitted his feelings for Benny in some episodes. Benny works at Powers Brothers Aviation,...

 
Rating: 6.8 out of 10 (3774 votes)

George Lopez - Season Four

Actors: Valente Rodriguez, George Lopez, Belita Moreno

Directors: Robert Borden, Bruce Helford, George Lopez

Country: USA

Year: 2005

Available Quality: DivX

George's father-in-law, Dr. Victor "Vic" Palmero (Emiliano Diez),thinks Angie should have married someone better than George, but as the series progresses, he begins to respect and accept him. George always tries to catch his children getting in trouble when they misbehave, whether it be by confronting them straight on, or sneakily investigating, then punishing them later. It is still always shown that George loves and cares deeply for his family.

 
Rating: 6.8 out of 10 (3774 votes)

George Lopez - Season Five

Actors: Valente Rodriguez, George Lopez, Belita Moreno

Directors: Robert Borden, Bruce Helford, George Lopez

Country: USA

Year: 2006

Available Quality: DivX

For the first five seasons, the show had an all-Latino cast with the exception of Albanian American actress Masiela Lusha, who played George's daughter Carmen. George Lopez said that due to creative differences between him and Lusha, Lusha's character was written out of the show after Season 5. Lusha did appear in the 2007 season premiere, when her character left to attend college in Vermont. She was replaced by Aimee Garcia as George's niece, Veronica. When the show first aired on ABC a few episodes were rated TV-14 for language, violence, and strong profanity in Spanish. Nick at Nite changed every episode to TV-PG. When ION started airing r...

 
Rating: 6.8 out of 10 (3774 votes)

George Lopez - Season Six

Actors: Valente Rodriguez, George Lopez, Belita Moreno

Directors: Robert Borden, Bruce Helford, George Lopez

Country: USA

Year: 2008

Available Quality: DivX

On May 15, 2007, the series ended after airing its 120th episode. The final episode aired on May 8. Nightly episode repeats continue to air on various networks both in the United States and abroad.

 
Rating: 7.2 out of 10 (4553 votes)

The Drew Carey Show - Season One

Actors: Diedrich Bader, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles

Directors: Bruce Helford, Drew Carey

Country: USA

Year: 1995

Available Quality: DivX

Drew Allison Carey (born May 23, 1958) is an American actor, singer, comedian, photographer, sports executive, and game show host. After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps and making a name for himself in stand-up comedy, Carey eventually gained popularity starring on his own sitcom, The Drew Carey Show, and serving as host on the U.S. version of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, both of which aired on ABC.

 
Rating: 7.2 out of 10 (4553 votes)

The Drew Carey Show - Season Two

Actors: Diedrich Bader, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles

Directors: Bruce Helford, Drew Carey

Country: USA

Year: 1996

Available Quality: DivX

The show was created by Carey, who had both stand-up comedy and writing experience, and Bruce Helford, who was once a writer for Roseanne. It was the first television show to have an episode simulcast on the Internet.

 
Rating: 7.2 out of 10 (4553 votes)

The Drew Carey Show - Season Three

Actors: Diedrich Bader, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles

Directors: Bruce Helford, Drew Carey

Country: USA

Year: 1997

Available Quality: DivX

The show was produced by Mohawk Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. The show debuted on the ABC network on September 13, 1995, and was highly-rated for five years before sliding in popularity. Ratings declined during the final two seasons, and the last two episodes aired on September 8, 2004.

 
Rating: 7.2 out of 10 (4553 votes)

The Drew Carey Show - Season Four

Actors: Diedrich Bader, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles

Directors: Bruce Helford, Drew Carey

Country: USA

Year: 1998

Available Quality: DivX

For the majority of its run, Drew's workplace is the office of fictional Cleveland department store Winfred-Lauder. One of his coworkers is Mimi Bobeck (Kathy Kinney), a large woman with a clownish wardrobe, a lot of make-up, and a foul mutual dislike for Drew. In the first season they work for the unseen Mr. Bell, only seen in the season one finale; in later seasons, their boss and sometimes-coworker is Nigel Wick (Craig Ferguson), an eccentric Englishman. In the final two seasons, they work for Scott (Jonathan Mangum) and Evan (Kyle Howard), tech-smart but naïve twentysomethings who own the Neverending Store, an online retailer with office...

 
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