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Romesh Ranganathan is one of the most popular stand-ups in the UK, and he takes on the task of uprooting his entire family and moving to Los Angeles. Ranganathan's family includes his wife, three kids, his Sri Lankan mother, and his eccentric uncle. Follow the family as it seeks to rebuild life from scratch, with all of the obstacles surrounding an overseas move. Ranganathan also books himself a daring gig in which he needs to sell out a 6,000 seat theater in just three months.

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Desperate to drum up major publicity for his flagging show at the Greek, Romesh takes his mom and uncle to the Mexican border for an elaborate protest stunt against Trump's wall.
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With the Greek show just two weeks away and ticket sales still woefully lagging, Romesh is open to any and all ideas that could help sell out the show -- even his uncle and mother's bizarre publicity stunts.
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Romesh tries to convince Leesa and the kids not to go back to the UK by enlisting her help with his career; Leesa pushes Romesh to reach out to his friend James Corden, host of "The Late Late Show," to help him get his big TV break.
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When footage from the TV series is shown to a focus group, the feedback is difficult for Romesh to swallow; despite claiming it has no impact, Romesh starts treating his family very differently.
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The financial reality of supporting his entire family in Los Angeles while earning nothing hits home for Romesh; he goes to some extreme measures to raise money for an ad campaign for his impending comedy show at The Greek Theater.
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Romesh's Sri Lankan mother, Shanthi, arrives in America; Romesh struggles to find the time that his mom, wife, children and uncle all demand while still focusing on his career.
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Romesh reaches out to some comedy managers to help him get his first American television appearance; he also must prove to Leesa that he has found a solution for the education of their kids in Los Angeles.
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Romesh's wife, Leesa, and their three kids arrive in Los Angeles; Leesa wants to help Romesh live a healthier lifestyle and goes to some extreme measures to achieve this; Uncle Rags causes another major problem.
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Romesh's Uncle Ragu arrives from Australia and is determined to help Rom make it in Hollywood; Uncle Rags has a plan for Romesh that causes a scene captured on national television.
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Romesh arrives in Los Angeles and begins the daunting task of selling out the 6,000-seat Greek Theater while having no connections.

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