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Nora Lum and her cousin struggle with young adulthood in Flushing, N.Y., with a little help from her father and grandmother.

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Nora takes her first steps toward financial independence in an attempt to move out of her dad's house.
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After Scrubr gets acquired by a company overseas, Nora moves to China; back in Queens, Grandma befriends an injured pigeon.
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Edmund and Nora prepare to launch their app; Wally's dinner date goes terribly awry.
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In the style of a Korean drama, Grandma tells Nora the story of how she met her husband.
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Nora competes with Edmund for their grandmother's affection; Wally creates an Instagram account to impress his crush.
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After Nora suffers a vaginal injury, she's tapped by a DJ to record her chronic queefing for his new track.
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Nora impulsively dyes her hair after a fight with her dad; Wally goes to a single parent support group meeting.
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Nora attempts to cash a check to pick her car up from an impound lot, only to discover that her bank has closed her account.
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Nora takes a job at a real estate office and becomes a hyper-competent assistant with a little help from Adderall which alienates her online gaming friends in the process.
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Nora and Grandma go to Atlantic City, where Nora gambles and runs into an old acquaintance on the boardwalk; Grandma and her friends battle to use a casino power outlet.

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