Fresh Off The Boat sends Jessica and Louis to “Shaquille O’Neal Motors” on their 12th anniversary to buy a much-needed second car. Jessica gets her groove back and it comes with the keys to a new 1995 Honda Accord.
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Fresh Off The Boat pits Eddie against bullies and heartache this week with “Boy II Man.” Jessica is in serious son-control mode throughout this episode, and maybe even goes a step too far. She isn’t interested in being friends with her boys; she just wants them to obey her.
Fresh Off The Boat returns from summer vacation with a “Family Business Trip” to Gator World. Chillin’ Eddie is back for seventh grade and Jessica nails a hotel with her Child Disfigurement Fee.
Jessica worries about losing her heritage, but Louis assures her they remain “So Chineez.”
“Fresh Off The Boat” is hilarious when the Dribbling Tiger, Bounce Pass Dragon takes over Eddie’s basketball team.
Eddie stretches the truth for a good cause; and stretches, and stretches…
Jessica’s college boyfriend visits the Huang house and exposes several relationship issues.
Eddie reaches for his goal, the elusive neighbor Nicole. Jessica struggles to do her best instead of being the best.
“Sometimes the more meaningful way to connect with somebody isn’t the most obvious way.” – Eddie Huang
Eddie scores a nod of appreciation from Nicole, and Louis’ new billboard generates new customers and old haters.
Eddie goes to work. He starts off as a fajita boy, but with grit and hard lessons-learned, he becomes a fajita man.
Before the one ring to rule them all, there was Cathy Ireland in the SI swimsuit issue and the Saturday sleepover.
It’s all about fitting in. Eddie hits on Honey, Louis drives business to the Cattleman’s Ranch.