Doctor turned actor/comedian Ken Jeong plays Dr. Ken, a brilliant physician with no bedside manner. He is always trying to be a good doctor, as well as a good husband and dad to his two kids. Luckily, his therapist wife Allison is just the right partner to keep things sane.
Ken Is Forced To Attend A Bedside Manners Training Seminar, Leaving Allison At Home For Dinner With His Parents.
Pat wants everyone to start working on Saturdays, so the workers in the office ask Ken to talk Pat out of it.
Ken is taken aback when he meets Allison’s former boyfriend Kevin O’Connell (guest star Will Yun Lee, “The Wolverine”).
Ken tries to arrange the perfect re-proposal for Allison after his botched marriage proposal on Halloween 20 years ago.
Ken’s sister Wendi (guest star Margaret Cho), a successful doctor/TV host on a medical talk show, comes to visit the family and tension ensues.
Molly rebels and gets a Japanese tattoo, which spirals Ken and Allison into having a cultural face-off.
Ken realizes he forgot to request time off for a trip to Hawaii for the holidays.
The Park family are in the airport on their way home from Hawaii when their flight is delayed for several hours.
After Ken’s dad arrives for an impromptu stay, he starts taking on chores that Ken hasn’t gotten around to doing.
Dave's date turns out to be the daughter of a malpractice lawyer (Joel McHale), who doesn't get along with Ken.
Ken and the office staff are invited to a colleagues wedding, but things don’t go as smoothly as they’d all like.
When Molly brings home her boyfriend, Allison has a conflict of interest when she realizes that he’s the son of one of her patients.
Ken is delighted when a long-time favorite patient/comedian (Dicky Wexler) comes in for a checkup.
Ken is invited to be a medical expert witness at a trial and gets hammered by the plaintiff’s lawyer (guest star Jim Rash).
Ken, at the insistence of Allison, reluctantly joins a civics-minded community group.
A visit from Ken’s college friend (guest star Jeff Ross as Doug), a touring stand-up comedian, ultimately spurs Ken to pursue his own lifelong dream of stand-up comedy.