“I’ve had an interesting life, so I’m very confident, and I don’t like people who are a little bit timid and unsure. I don’t even think they know the expressions on their faces …I like somebody to be sure.” “Take Me Out” uses a similar format to the British comedy dating game show of the same name, which is based on the original Australian show “Taken Out.” Lopez will introduce the 30 ladies looking for love, who walk down the stage stairs and separate into 15 on each side of a “Love Lift.” The bachelor then makes his big appearance via the lift and greets his prospective dates. they’re critiquing this guy.” He tells them his name and where he’s from.
Lopez's most recent television comedy, "Saint George," premiered on FX in 2014, but unfortunately only remained on TV for one season.
Lopez is also well-known for his charitable contributions and work within the Mexican-American culture and community.
The result was George Lopez (2002–07), which featured Lopez as a version of himself and drew on his life in its depictions of a Mexican American family.
Lopez also served as a producer and writer on the show, which was eventually syndicated.
By the beginning of the next decade, he had broken into film with a role in the comedy ’s production company, he partnered with her and her team to develop a sitcom featuring a Latino family.