Set in the '90s, hip-hop loving teenager Eddie Huang (Hudson Yang) and his family have lived in Orlando for a few years now and are assimilating nicely into the suburban American lifestyle. Cultural differences still present everyday challenges, but close friends, neighbors and business partners are there to help them navigate the complexities of raising a family of future Millennials.
It's 1995 and 11-year-old hip-hop loving Eddie Huang has just moved with his family from Chinatown in Washington D.C. to suburban Orlando.
Louis tries to convince Jessica to ease up on the boys and the customers at the restaurant.
Louis urges the family to make friends and promote the restaurant during a block party.
A visit from Jessica's sister and her affluent husband creates out-of-control family rivalry.
Louis must hire a professional instructor to give the restaurant staff a sexual harassment seminar.
A billboard for the restaurant is struck by vandalism; Eddie tries to get a girl's attention.
Jessica worries she can't compete with a top realtor and puts off taking the exam for her license.
Jessica is annoyed that Louis isn't jealous when her college boyfriend, Oscar, visits.
While selling a house, Jessica becomes superstitious; Eddie runs for school president.
Louis and Jessica are pressured into volunteering due to budget cuts at the kids' school.