In the premiere episode, Carlos enlists the help of fellow comic Peter Boyle to read his hate mail, and then he investigates racist road signs.
Carlos uncovers the world of ""Desperate Gardeners"" and destroys all of your useless, outdated technology with the help of ""mini-Gallagher.""
Carlos “Out the Beaner”, lays down the law with stupid people as “Judge Carlos”, and discovers the last white guy left in the barrio.
“Cultural Explorer” Carlos takes a look at West Hollywood’s gay community, and later reveals his new clothing line, “Sean Juan”.
Carlos' Supreme Court picks; ``Carlos the Dinosaur'' teaches kids about real life; ``Why Aren't You Working'' questions, where Carlos goes around the town and bugs people that don't have jobs.
Carlos and rapper Method Man tackle the ""N word''; Carlos reviews summer movie releases.
Carlos explores what women want in a man, with his special guest Gene Simmons. Carlos also redefines holidays, including Father's Day, Easter, Christmas/ Hannukah, and Thanksgiving.
Carlos hosts the first ""Dee Dee Dee"" Awards, and with the power of freedom of speech let's anyone say anything.
This episode starts out with Carlos giving some helpful advice about tattoos. Carlos learns to tyalk to animals. We have a segment of the ""Newlymets"". Carlos finishes off the episode with another great segment of ""Why the **** is this News?""
The Wetbacks face off against the Crackers in a Biker Build Off. Carlos goes on a rant about white people being too ""soft"" on their children. Carlos goes to a Renaissance fair. He ends this episode with a set of his ""Badass Back to School"" equipment, and we find out who won the Biker Build Off.
Carlos openly proclaims that the American goverment has not been too smart lately with everything that happened with hurricane Katrina. Next, Carlos compares how black and white people do the same things, but what they do are named differently. Carlos has a segment of ""Ask Whitey"", where Asian, black, and Mexican people ask White people questions. Finally, Mariachi Carlos sings songs to various people about how crazy what they're saying is.
High gas prices are a target this week as Carlos sets out to see what people will do to save money at the pump. Also featured is Carlosâ€™s brother Joseph with his new DVD collection.
In this episode Carlos goes over the first season and picks out the “Best Of” moments. He gets a few visitors from pervious episodes.
Carlos is back for an all new season of Mind of Mencia! This week Carlos takes a look at all the stupid stuff that people did while he was gone. He reveals his big secret in "Wetback Mountain," and he gives a piece of his mind to people who are trying to hang onto their youth in "Act Your Age."
Carlos takes on Kanye West and his huge ego. Then he hits the streets to see if it's harder out there for women or men. He also introduces us to some lady dancers who are not only big on moves but big in a lot of other ways too.
Carlos and special guest Dave Attell argue about who has it harder out there, pimps, hos or "whorves". He also heads to East L.A. to teach some gang bangers the proper way to commit a drive-by. Finally, he gives us an inside look into what immigrant convenience store clerks really think about their customers.
Carlos discusses the hot topic of illegal immigration, hits the streets to investigate if people should hit their kids, and gives spring break tips like only Carlos can. Also, Peter Boyle pays Carlos a visit to help translate the real meaning of bumper stickers.
Carlos hits the street to find out what the race of the future will look like. He also helps people with their problems through the use of cool R&B slow jams as "Carlos Smoov
Carlos sends a special message to baby "Tom-kitten". Then he gives us his answer to The Soprano's with his own version of the show featuring a Hispanic crime family (with special guest star Cheech Marin!). He also whips a group of whiny, stupid people into shape as Drill Sergeant Carlos.
Carlos hits the streets to ask the question "Is Gay the New Black?," featuring special guest star Robin Williams. He also investigates what it would have been like if Jesus was married, in the first installment of "That's F*cking Historical
Carlos takes a look back with some of his favorite moments from the second season so far and explains how he came up with all this crazy stuff. Featuring clips from "Wetback Mountain," his Kanye West video, and "It's Hard out Here for a Ho" with Dave Attell.
Carlos takes us back in time and reveals the real reason the founding fathers signed the 1st Amendment. Also, Carlos introduces a new "music video" by the mega rich "Sheik Rapper." And Carlos shows his new line of workplace gadgets that help with the real problems of office politics.
Carlos treats a group of senior citizens to a sushi dinner to find out what they think about sex, politics, and immigration in "Dinner for 75 and Over." Also, Carlos takes a look at classic fairy tales and retells them with a Mencia spin
Carlos hits the street to ask people what America would be without immigrants. Then, the ghost of Johnny Cochran is back for another installment of "Judge Carlos
Carlos hits the streets to advise people how to make their dreams come true, and talks with Tony Hawk about how to realise his own skateboarding dreams. Also, we take a trip into the future to see what the news will be like in 2026.
Carlos makes his famous" DeeDeeDee" catch phrase into a music video. Also, Carlos hosts a wrestling tournament that pits religious icons against one another. Tune in to find out who will rule the earth in Carlos' "Royal Religious Rumble" with co-host WWE's The Edge.
Carlos takes on advertising and shows what ads would look like if he infused them with truth. Also, Carlos spies on his biggest fan's middle-class white neighbors in a segment Carlos calls "Watching Whitey."
Carlos makes his own version of "Pirates of the Caribbean" starring Jamie Kennedy and Tracy Morgan. Also, Carlos discovers if stereotypes are real by finding unwitting "athletes" to participate in the first-ever installment of "Stereotype Olympics."
Carlos takes a look back at the most memorable moments from the latest season of his hit show.
Carlos is back for a Third Season on Comedy Central. Carlos's favorite talking dinosaur, Carlosaurus Rex makes a come back to sing his songs for the children.
Carlos introduces us to his version of Barato. Also included, Carlos heads to TV central for Iraq E!TV, to show us the new line-up for fall.
"Are You Smarter than a Wetback?" is a new game show that Carlos introduces. Rappers in prison and their experience behind bars, is the music video of the week.
Is America ready for a Female President? That is the question that Carlos hits the streets with. Special guests and a poetry event also take center stage.
Freedom of Speech does it really exist or is it a figment of our imaginations? Club Carlos is introduced with the motto: No Shirt, No Shoes, No Dee-Dee-Dees!
Carlos takes on a sensitivity training class. Then the world of speed dating where Carlos dresses as a Latina woman trying to find a mate.
The first Latino Super-Hero makes his way onto the screen, Beaner Man! Then Carlos talks with some friends about jobs they should never have.
It's highlights from Season 3 with original introductions by Carlos.
Carlos sets out to expose why people don't want to vote for a black president. Carlos also knows he is not the only one to do racial impressions, so he hits the streets to prove his point.
Judge Carlos makes a come back...to set everyone straight and lay down the law Carlos Style. Wild animals do not belong in the city, but Carlos is going to show a few how to.
The winner of the "So You Think You Can Rant" challenge is announced. The Arab store clerk Punji returns, and Bill Clinton as the "First Man" as seen through the eyes of Carlos.
A spoof of the television shot "Man vs. Wild" is profiled, which lands its host in the ghetto. Paging Dr. Carlos, don't worry he gets all the Dee-dee-dees.
Kids and video games are making the news. So Carlos wonders how the kids would handle being sucked into a video game. We see the return of "Future News" with Fernando Rosalindo.
The Stereotype Olympics are back, as Carlos lights the ceremonial torch. Then Carlos has to ask why there are not more Mexicans in movies.
Is the human race worth saving, Carlos and the aliens set to find out. Dean Carlos has some heart to heart straight forward guidance for some high school students.
Holding tradition Carlos takes a look back at season 3. Highlights from the season are profiled.
Carlos has developed a children's show that he hosts, that takes place in unknown but developing nation. We also get a peek at what an office would be like if he had Alzheimer's.
High gas prices are on Mencia's list this time. He tackles the world of the hybrid-car driver. He has a service offer to the celebrities who decide to fan their drug problem to the world.
Want to know how to make a woman happy? Carlos has some suggestions, if you dare. A gay man is a small town is honored in a Carlos way.
The rising cost of rice, creates new crime. Who had it harder as kids, teens, or the elderly? Carlos seeks to find out.
What would you do if you were president? Carlos hit's the streets and asks that very question. Are you a home owner in crisis? Carlos has some helpful hints.
Carlos takes us though the ins and outs of a gay wedding. While Emo Carlos, makes an appearance he sings to us about his mom hugging him...a lot!
Carlos give a tribute to the late George Carlin. With the help of Robert Schimmel they take a look at Jewish culture. Carlos loves the USA and he tells us why.
Carlos takes us on a trip to a racial theme park. He also uses a time machine to go back in time and help man kind.
Carlos is back reading hate mail. Also, speaking ill of the dead, will they do it? Carlos takes to the streets to find out.