Say it ain't so!

Tonight was the final episode of Lopez Tonight, and George Lopez made sure to leave the network with some kind words.

We're kidding. He actually cursed up a storm.

There was a lot of "bleeping" in his opening monologue, but who cares? What's TBS going to do? Fire him? Ha.

Of course the comedian couldn't end his show without some special guests, so we had a good amount of A-listers stop by the show.

Starting with Creepy Little White Girl—she really is creepy—who reminded George that his show got canceled.

Thanks for the tip, girl.

Other than that little ray of sunshine, the audience was graced with the presence of Laker players Ron Artest and Derek Fisher, Eva Longoria, Slash and Arsenio Hall.

By the way, Eva was wearing a supershort black dress and looking extremely gorgeous with cocktail in hand (we had to mention that).

The whole show seemed like a big party with a laid-back feeling, and that wonderful montage of memorable moments, oh and then there was the part when Eva and D.Fish salsa danced together.


Apparently the party continued on after the taping and included even more celebs, like Ashton Kutcher.

"Thank you El Kutch for dropping by. Much love brotha," Lopez tweeted with a pic.

And we're sure you can guess that the Twitter love has been ongoing with support and kind words from friends, including guests from tonight's show.

"I had a headache all day. George Lopez news left me feeling empty. It was an important piece of the late night rainbow," Arsenio tweets.

Lopez closed his final show with a note of gratitude. "I wanna thank Sandra Bullock, who, 11 years ago, took a chance on me," he said. "Thank you."

It goes without saying: George, you will be missed.

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