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Episode 19 : Angie Gets Tanked

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Episode 19 : Angie Gets Tanked

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Season 3

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30m

When George and Angie fill in at the dunk tank for a school fundraiser, a student's prank puts Angie in a very embarrassing position. Meanwhile, George becomes fiercely competitive when N.Y. Yankee Kenny Lofton pitches in to raise money for handicapped children.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Dubya, Dad and Dating (1)
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Episode 2 : Dubya, Dad and Dating (2)
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Episode 3 : The Cuban Missus Crisis
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Episode 4 : Feel the Burn
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Episode 5 : Carmen's Dating
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Episode 6 : Split Decision
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Episode 7 : No One Gets Out Alive
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Episode 8 : Bringing Home the Bacon
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Episode 9 : Fishing Cubans
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Episode 10 : Would You Like a Drumstick or a Kidney?
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Episode 11 : Mementos
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Episode 12 : Christmas Punch
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Episode 13 : Why You Crying?
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Episode 14 : The Trouble with Ricky
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Episode 15 : God Needles George
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Episode 16 : Benny and Randy
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Episode 17 : Weekend at Benny's
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Episode 18 : Jason Tutors Max
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Episode 20 : The Art of Boxing
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Episode 21 : George's House of Cards
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Episode 22 : Dance Fever
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Episode 23 : She Drives Me Crazy
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Episode 24 : George Goes to Disneyland
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Episode 25 : Bachelor Party
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Episode 26 : Wrecking Ball
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Episode 27 : What George Doesn't Noah (1)
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Episode 28 : Now George Noah's Ex-Zack-ly What Happened (2)
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