An ensemble comedy that follows the chaotic life of George Lopez, a recently divorced working class Mexican-American turned successful entrepreneur caught between two cultures. He struggles to balance the parenting demands of his All-American Anglo ex-wife Mackenzie and the cultural expectations of his overbearing Mexican-American mother Alma. As George attempts to relate to his 11-year-old son Harper, his life is further complicated by his fun-loving but freeloading uncle Tio and cousin Junior. As a wealthy businessman, George also gives back by teaching history to a multi-cultural classroom at a night school in downtown Los Angeles, where he's supervised by tough and sexy Assistant Principal Concepcion. Ultimately, Saint George is a celebration of a multi-generational family that humorously wrestles with cultural differences.
Looking at the main character of the story we can confidently say that he is a great man. In the old days George’s family lived in Mexico and barely making ends meet. But then, like so many other natives of this state in search of a better life they also moved into a promising and prosperous America. The long-awaited moment arrived. Now George can concentrate all his efforts on the implementation of his American dream. He was able to considerably succeed. Pushing themselves: a man became a successful businessman who can afford anything. He bought himself a luxurious house in the exclusive area, married a beautiful natural blonde with America and took the habit once a week to visit the historical rates. But against the backdrop of a perfect life all those troubles seem much more offensive. After all they abound in George's life. It would seem a promising life in the marriage ended in divorce. But George still does not cease to be engaged in the problems of his former wife. Particular attention he has given to his son crossed the threshold of a complex age period. Mother, uncle and cousin also deliver a lot of trouble. What is there to talk about a quiet and measured life ?! One can only hope that the probability of get crazy it is not so great as it seems.Read more »