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Based on chef Eddie Huang's best-selling memoir of the same name, "Fresh Off the Boat" takes a humorous look at the lives of immigrants in America. In the 1990s, Eddie, a hip-hop-loving 11-year-old, relocates with his parents and two brothers to suburban Orlando from the Chinatown section of Washington, D.C. As Eddie's dad, Louis, pursues the American dream by opening a western-themed restaurant named Cattleman's Ranch Steakhouse, Eddie and the rest of the family try to acclimate to their new, strange surroundings.

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The Cattleman's Ranch serves as the polling place for the 1996 presidential election; Jessica suspects one of the restaurant employees is an undocumented immigrant; Eddie and his friends debate about who killed a famous rapper.
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In the spirit of Halloween, Louis makes every effort to scare Jessica, who's busy drafting a horror novel; Eddie and his friends are excited to party at Nicole's house with some high school kids.
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While showing Emery the ropes on his first day of middle school, Eddie reveals how he convinced the staff into believing fake Chinese customs that provide special privileges; Louis hires a housekeeper to help lighten Jessica's load at home.
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Louis' brother comes to visit with big news to share; Eddie tries to find a way to watch Chris Rock's latest comedy special.
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Eddie's girlfriend pulls out all the stops to impress Jessica; Emery asks Louis for help with his graduation speech; Grandma tries to make Eddie a new suit.
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Louis helps Emery be cool at school; Jessica proves she can be a fun mom by chaperoning Eddie's field trip to Colonial Floridatowne.
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Jessica persuades Honey and grandma to rent out the renovated house, but the renters turn out to be more than they bargained for.
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Evan debates whether to use his American or Chinese name on his new bank account; Louis and Jessica reminisce about how they met and how they acquired their American names.
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Jessica and Honey discover a juicy secret about Deidre; Louis and Eddie find a way to handle negative emotions.
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When the family gets infected with lice, Louis leaves Jessica to deal with it; Eddie tries to back out of a bet.
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When Jessica butts heads with another mom, she worries she is the cause of Evan being uninvited to a birthday party; Louis and Eddie perfect their chili recipe in preparation for a cook-off.
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When Louis is forced to stay at home with the boys, he has to get creative to find ways to entertain them; at Cattleman's Ranch, Jessica tries to manage the staff and the new takeout service.
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Jessica encourages Louis to make some friends of his own; when Louis' new buddy at the pool hall turns out to be an attractive woman, Jessica becomes jealous; Eddie is upset when Alison befriends Nicole -- Eddie's former crush.
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Louis and Jessica hire tennis legend Billie Jean King to train Emery after learning he has great potential; Eddie helps Evan with a gambling debt.
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Jessica offers to help an exhausted new mother for a month; Eddie and Emery attempt to put together an exercise regimen; Louis tries to bond more with Evan.
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Jessica's book is finally released and she looks forward to a bookstore reading; Louis is so excited to promote the book across the country that he buys an RV from Los Angeles Lakers great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who owns an RV dealership.
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Honey plans a relaxing vacation before the baby arrives, but Jessica turns the trip into a quest to get Stephen King to endorse her novel; Louis scrambles to make Grandma Huang feel welcome; Eddie and Nicole rebel against the school's dress code.
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After Louis buys Kenny Rogers' stake in Cattleman's Ranch, he starts to doubt his instincts as sole owner; Evan gives up watching "Regis and Kathie Lee" for Lent.
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Eddie is awarded a spot in the honor society; Jessica tries to improve her cop dialogue by signing up for a ride-along; on St. Patrick's Day, Louis receives orders from Kenny Rogers to fire Matthew Chestnut.
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Jessica pushes Evan to win Student of the Month so that she can rub it in her new frenemy's face; Louis feels like he is in Kenny Rogers' shadow; Eddie and Emery decide it's time they learn how to unhook a bra.
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When Michelle Kwan comes in second place at the Olympics, Jessica tries to keep it from Emery and Evan; Louis changes Eddie's bedtime, hoping to spend more quality time together watching Letterman.

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