Looking to confirm something I noticed. I'm on season 4 episode 14 and Louis just said that Eddie was 14 where in the past I could swear eddie on multiple accounts said he was 15. Anyone else notice this? If i'm not mistaken in this observation it's pretty sloppy work from the writers on an otherwise very well written show...
With her NBC drama Manifest getting ordered, she won't be in the next season very much, if at all. I really liked her friendship with Eddie and all their scenes in the car next season.
They'll probably send her character to college.
At the beginning of the show it was set up with future Eddie narrating everything, which I personally really liked having been a fan of the Wonder Years. Does anyone know why they gave up on that? Or have any ideas?
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.
I am helping our company's local Asian employee group run a panel discussion involving an episode of FOTB. I wanted to bring up the topics of Asians in entertainment, how this show portrays Asians, and what the future will look like.
I am looking for a good episode to watch before the panel discussion. Any suggestions? I think one of the earlier episodes would probably be better, because it has more of the stereotypes, which would lead to better discussion. Any suggestions on a particular episode?
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.
Hi, I'm mid season 3 but I can't help being irritated by Jessica's stubbornness. Her constant disregard for America and its values, i.e. the Thanksgiving turkey raffle, the jury summons, the constant refrain that 'Taiwan' is their real home, it keeps painting an image of someone who's conceited and ungrateful. Anyone have anything to share on this?
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.