'Fresh Off The Boat' Episode Guide (106-108)

Asian American family sitcom airs Tuesdays at 8:00pm on ABC

Have you been watching Fresh Off The Boat? The very funny sitcom, featuring an Asian American family and inspired by the memoirs of renegade restaurateur/chef Eddie Huang, is a critical hit and has been decently kicking some ass in the ratings. The show airs Tuesday nights at 8:00pm on ABC.

Fresh Off The Boat stars Randall Park as Louis, Constance Wu as Jessica, Hudson Yang as Eddie, Forrest Wheeler as Emery and Ian Chen as Evan. Eddie Huang provides the voice over narration.

If you haven't had a chance to tune in, full previously aired episodes are available for free streaming on the ABC website, as well as Hulu. You can also purchase episodes of Fresh Off The Boat from iTunes.

Here's a preview of the upcoming episodes:

"Fajita Man"
Airdate: Tuesday, February 24 (8:00pm-8:30pm)

Eddie is so desperate for a new video game named after his idol, Shaq, he goes to work at the restaurant. He expects special treatment since he’s the boss’s son, but is in for a surprise when Louis is determined to make him work hard for the money. Meanwhile, Jessica decides to look for a job of her own.

(This episode was previously titled "Shaq Fu.")

Guest starring are Lucille Soong as Grandma Huang, Paul Scheer as Mitch, Jillian Armenante as Nancy., Noel Gugliemi as Hector, Rachel Cannon as Deidre, Stacey Scowley as Carol-Joan, Trevor Larcom as Trent, Evan Hannemann as Barefoot Dave, Connor Rosen as Bed-Wetter Doug.

"Fajita Man" was written by Matt Kuhn. Matt Sohn directed.

"Showdown at the Golden Saddle"
Airdate: Tuesday, March 3 (8:00-8:30pm)

Things are looking up for the Huangs when Louis gets the restaurant a billboard in a prime spot in Orlando. They even get an invite to the country club. But when someone repeatedly vandalizes the billboard, they're left wondering why. Eddie works hard to get the attention of the girl he's crushing on (Luna Blaise as Nicole), but it doesn't help matters when his mom hires her to babysit him.

Guest starring are Lucille Soong as Grandma Huang, Paul Scheer as Mitch, Chelsey Crisp as Honey, Ray Wise as Marvin, Steve Little as Finnegan, Luna Blaise as Nicole, Trevor Larcom as Trent, Evan Hannemann as Barefoot Dave and Alex Quijano as Officer Bryson.

"Showdown at the Golden Saddle" was written by Keith Heisler. Lynn Shelton directed.

"Phillip Goldstein"
Airdate: Tuesday, March 10 (8:00-8:30pm)

Eddie tries to befriend the only other Chinese kid in school (guest star Albert Tsai, "Trophy Wife"), but he's in for a letdown after he finds out that they have nothing in common; Louis feels betrayed when Mitch (Paul Scheer) accepts a job at the rival Golden Saddle.

Guest starring are Lucille Soong as Grandma Huang, Paul Scheer as Mitch and Jillian Armenante as Nancy, Noel Gugliemi as Hector, Albert Tsai as Phillip Goldstein, David Goldman as Principal Hunter, Dylan Garza as Troy, Misty Monroe as Shauna, Brady Tutton as Brock, Prophet Bolden as Walter, Stephanie Nash as Mrs. Kranzer, Chet Grissom as Mr. Dunn, Willow Greer as hippie woman, Parker Young as Wyatt, Bob Glouberman as Mr. Goldstein and Carol Avery as Mrs. Goldstein.

"Phillip Goldstein" was written by Jeff Chaing & Eric Ziobrowski. Phil Traill directed.

If you plan on tuning in live, then you're also welcome to jump online after every episode and join us for Fresh Off The Show, the unofficial Fresh Off The Boat online aftershow. My pal Jenny Yang and I have been hopping on Google Hangout to discuss and debrief each episode. Check it out, use the hashtag #FreshOffTheShow, and join in on the chat at 8:35pm Pacific Standard Time, right after the west coast broadcast.

You can watch this week's show here:

And here's last week's show:

For further details, refer to the Facebook event, which gets updated each week with the viewing link.

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