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Larry David's true ethnicity revealed on "Lopez Tonight"

This is so funny to me, but then just about everything Larry David does cracks me up. Larry went on "Lopez Tonight" (which he seems to regret) and agreed to a DNA test to determine his true ethnicity (which he also regrets). The results from host George Lopez are surprising and hilarious (Lopez swears it's for real).

Ever think you'd see Larry David truly speechless? Well, here you go:

TBS' "Lopez Tonight": Not very funny

After my foray through the new late night shows, one thing is pretty clear: it's not as easy as it looks.

I don't mean watching them (although that would apply), I mean hosting them. I should have appreciated Johnny Carson more. Letterman, and yes, even Leno -- you guys rock. Arsenio, kudos.

After having Mo'Nique yell at me for an hour (I've tuned in briefly again and either because of exhaustion or consult, she has gotten quieter) and seeing Wanda Sykes, start out pretty good and only to become an inconsistent muddle, I moved on, with high hopes, to "Lopez Tonight," with standup/actor George Lopez.

I think I laughed once.

What to Watch on Monday: George Lopez has a new kind of talk show

House (8pm, Fox) - "House" returns tonight after a few weeks off. The team tries to help a partying team with swollen appendages who won't (and later can't) tell what happened to her. And House tags along with Cuddy and Wilson to a pharmacology conference.

How I Met Your Mother (8pm, CBS) - Barney and Robin go through a rough patch, and Lily enlists Canadian Alan Thicke to help break up the couple.

Cake Boss (10pm, TLC) - A massive cake is created for the U.S. Air Force. 

Lopez Tonight (11pm, TBS) - It's the debut of another new talk show, this one from George Lopez. Lopez is the first Hispanic performer to star in a major English-language late-night TV talk show. Lopez says he wants his show to be inclusive and spontaneous, so he's done away with the standard pre-show interview. I will say that his first guests are bigger than Wanda's first guests: tonight he welcomes Ellen DeGeneres, Eva Longoria Parker, and Kobe Bryant. Carlos Santana performs. 

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