A Taiwanese family makes their way in America during the 1990s.
Randall Park / Constance Wu / Hudson Yang / Forrest Wheeler / Ian Chen / Lucille Soong / Chelsey Crisp / Trevor Larcom / Paul Scheer / Prophet Bolden / Eddie Huang / Evan Hannemann / Jillian Armenante
Evan has a girlfriend! And Jessica deeply disapproves because she thinks it will distract him from his schoolwork and cause his grades to decline. Meanwhile, Eddie, Emery and Honey are shocked when they all go out to see the film "You've Got Mail," and Lo
Louis and Jessica think they've won a weekend getaway at a posh resort, but instead they're stuck at a marriage retreat where troubled couples work out their relationship problems with the help of Guru Sheela.
The battle begins between mother and son when Eddie informs Jessica that he wants to spend Christmas with friend Nicole in New York. But Jessica insists that tradition prevails and he needs to spend the holiday with the family, so he does everything withi
Louis is crushed to find out that Matthew Chestnut is quitting the restaurant to take a job at Dollywood. But when he offers Eddie a chance to work with him once again at the steakhouse, he passes; and Louis ends up hiring Eddie's friend Trent, which does
Jessica becomes concerned when she discovers that Eddie's extended substitute English teacher has thrown out the class syllabus and is instructing the students - and her son - in a radically progressive way. Meanwhile, Louis and Honey try in vain to find
Jessica and Lewis are thrilled beyond belief when they discover that a Chinese family - Elaine, Julius and son, Horace - have moved into the neighborhood. Jessica immediately bonds with Elaine, who helps her solve an issue with the HOA, and Louis decides
Louis makes it his mission to teach Eddie how to be a good driver after a police officer makes an inappropriate Asian driver stereotype comment. Meanwhile, Evan is jealous when he discovers that Grandma has only been inviting Emery to hang out with her at
Honey and Marvin ask Jessica and Louis to be baby Maria's godparents, and Jessica offers to babysit her on Halloween night. But the Huangs are in for a spooky evening when they agree to help wean the baby off of her pacifier. Meanwhile, Eddie is hired by
When Jessica offers to help out exhausted new mother Honey with Zuo Yue Zi - which means "Sitting the Month" taking care of her - Honey begins to realize that 30 days of having to abide by Jessica's strict rules and dietary regimen could leave her more ha
While Honey and Marvin celebrate the birth of their baby, Jessica's book is finally released, and she's optimistically looking forward to a book store reading that's been set up by her publisher to help boost sales. Louis is so excited to promote the book
Jessica brings in Madame Xing to help out when Louis loses confidence in himself; Evan's older brothers mess with him.
Eddie is awarded a spot in the Honor Society; Jessica signs up for a ride-along to improve her cop dialogue; Kenny Rogers orders Louie to fire Matthew Chestnut on St. Patrick's Day.
Eddie looks forward to starting high school with his friends; Jessica considers moving the family to a new neighborhood; Louis gets the opportunity to expand Cattleman's Ranch with his new silent partner, Michael Bolton.
Jessica is left out of the Neighborhood Watch because she has a reputation of not being a team player; Eddie tries to make his first kiss perfect.
Jessica disagrees with her sister's passion for art.
Louis is named Small Businessman of the Year, but forgets to thank Jessica in his acceptance speech.
Louis and Jessica decide to open Cattleman's Ranch on Thanksgiving, inspiring Emery and Evan to get into the restaurant business.
Louis tries to get Jessica into the Halloween spirit, but she's busy writing her first horror novel. In the meantime, Emery and Evan debate what costumes to wear and Eddie is excited about partying with high schoolers at Nicole's house.
The Huangs travel to Taiwan to set things right with Gene.
Jessica's decision to rent out the flip house instead of selling it backfires on her, Honey and Grandma, as does Louis' idea to teach Eddie a lesson about responsibility.
After Jessica's favorite TV show has its season finale, she desperately searches to find a replacement sorce of entertainment in her own life.
Louis must bring his family on a business trip to Gator World; Jessica learns to relax; Evan's last baby tooth falls out.
Jessica is worried that their family is not Chinese enough.
Louis and Jessica get pressured into volunteering at the kids' schools because of budget cuts. Eddie sees a whole other side of his dad when Louis - a former semi-pro basketball player back...
Jessica's superstitions get the best of her when she sells a house with the address 44 West 44th Street - the number 4 being bad luck in Chinese culture.
Jessica is annoyed that Louis isn't jealous when her college boyfriend, Oscar, visits.
Jessica worries she can't compete with a top realtor and puts off taking the exam for her license.
Eddie tries to make friends with the only other Chinese kid in school.
The Huangs get a billboard for the restaurant, but it keeps on getting vandalized. Eddie tries impressing a girl that he likes.
Eddie takes a job at the family restaurant to earn money for a new video game, and Jessica searches for a job of her own.
Louis must hire an instructor to give the restaurant staff a sexual harassment seminar. Eddie attempts to impress his friends during a sleep over.
Eddie's cousin introduces him to hip-hop, while the family is visited by Jessica's sister.
Louis urges the family to make new friends at a neighborhood block party. Eddie tries to earn respect in the neighborhood.
Jessica thinks school must be too easy for the boys and gives them extra homework; Louis tries to get Jessica to ease up on her strict approach.
After the Huangs move to the suburbs in Orlando, Florida, they discover life is a lot different than in the Chinatown area of Washington, D.C.