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"Jon" is a family man with a problem. He testified against the Russian mob, specifically the Mirminsky family, which results in him having to go into the witness-protection program along with his wife and teenage son. After living in a quiet suburb for a while, "Jon" accepts an offer to have his family star in a reality show (not the best idea for a family in witness protection), for which they move into a New York loft. In order to hide their identities from the viewers and, more importantly, the Mirminsky family, "Jon" and his family wear ski masks and have their voices surgically disguised.

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A reunion special goes awry when Sergei kidnaps Jon, planning to kill him.
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Jon attempts to take more control of his life; a truce between the Mirminsky and Wang-Cho families.
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TB gets bad news from his mom; Jon asks out his dry cleaner; the Wang Cho's seek revenge for the murder of Bohai.
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Jon realizes that he doesn't have any friends and sets out to make one.
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Jon goes on a silent strike when his catch-phrases are stolen and used as samples in songs.
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Jon hires a warm-up comedian to warm up his life, but things do not go as planned.

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