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.
When Eddie's heart is broken, he stops eating and listens to a Boyz II Men song repeatedly.
Jessica comes up with a plan to protect her investment property from pranksters.
Eddie makes birthday plans with his friends rather than his family; Emery and Evan misbehave.
Jessica is determined to prepare a Thanksgiving that is superior to those hosted by her sister.
Jessica and Honey argue about the investment property; Eddie gets a job working for DMX.
Jessica tries to reinvent Santa Claus; Emery and Eddie look for the perfect gift for their mom.
A plane ticket snafu results in the Huangs spending the Chinese New Year in Orlando.
Honey and Marvin watch the boys so Jessica and Louis can go out for Valentine's Day.
Louis and Jessica try to make things right after the restaurant receives a poor review.
Jessica encourages Louis to make some friends of his own; Alison befriends Eddie's former crush.
An accident forces Louis to stay at home with the boys while Jessica tries to manage the restaurant.
When the family gets infected with lice, Louis leaves Jessica to deal with it.
Jessica and Honey discover a secret about Deidre; Louis finds a way to handle negative emotions.
Louis and Jessica reminisce about how they met and how they acquired their American names.
Jessica convinces Honey and Grandma that they'd make more money renting out the renovated house.
Louis helps Emery be cool at school; Jessica chaperones Eddie's field trip to Colonial Floridatowne.
Louis's brother Gene (Ken Jeong) comes to town with big news to share.