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George Lopez performs before a packed house following his intoxication arrest

Comedian George Lopez performed at the Ceasars Windsor casino in Canada. TMZ, March 1, 2014, reports that his show at the Ceasars Windsor casino on Friday had completely sold out. George said that revenge is a dish best served drunk ... or at least something like that.

WESTWOOD, CA - JULY 28: Actor George Lopez attends the premiere of Columbia Pictures' 'Smurfs 2' at Regency Village Theatre on July 28, 2013 in Westwood, California.
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George had a stellar night, in spite of the hangover he must have had from the previous night of drinking. However, that didn't stop him from making fun of himself for being so drunk that he passed out on the casino floor. Not to mention that when he sobered up the following morning he discovered he was not in his hotel room.

Apparently, when George passed out on the casino floor the night before, it gave him inspiration and a lot of material to use for his show. He told the audience, “I did to Canada what Bieber does to America.” George said that he had 52 shots the night before. Since George is 52 years old, he must have had a shot to celebrate every year of his life.

George said some nice things about the Canadian police. He couldn’t believe how polite they were when they helped him off the floor and then placed him under arrest.

George Lopez, a former drinker, apparently fell off the wagon. The comedian isn’t supposed to consume alcohol, because he has a genetic condition that deteriorates his kidneys. He already had one kidney transplant in 2005. It was donated to him by his wife Ann. Unfortunately, George and Ann are no longer together. They separated in 2010 and divorced in 2011.

From 2002 to 2007, George stared on ABC’s “George Lopez” show. The reruns still air on Nick at Nite. In 2010 and 2011, George was the first Latino to have his own late night talk show, which he called, “Lopez Tonight.” On March 6, 2014, George has a new sitcom coming to FX, called, “Saint George.”

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