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Chico - Hispanic phrase meaning "boy" and the word used in the title of the sitcom CHICO AND THE MAN/NBC/1974-78.

Freddie Prinze and Jack Albertson - CHICO AND THE MAN

Set in the barrio of East Los Angeles the series told the story of a hip young Chicano mechanic Chico Rodriguez (Freddie Prinze) and a cranky, widower Ed Brown (Jack Albertson) who owned the garage where Chico worked. Chico's catchphrase was "Eez's not my job!"

Theme Song Lyrics
(Sung by Jose Feliciano)

Chico, don't be discouraged,
The Man he ain't so hard to understand.
Chico, if you try now,
I know that you can lend a helping hand.

Because there's good in everyone
And a new day has begun
You can see the morning sun if you try.

And I know, things will be better
Oh yes they will for Chico and the Man
Yes they will for Chico and the Man.

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