At brunch, Judy announces she's filed for divorce, much to the disapproval of her traditional Vietnamese parents; Washington and his wife, Lesley, navigate marital issues of their own; Judy tells Lesley what Hue really thinks about her.
Judy is frustrated with the strict gender roles prescribed to her and Washington; as Judy challenges her brother to a tennis match, she also challenges the deep-rooted cultural norms that favour him; Lesley struggles to find her place in the family.
As Judy accepts the keys to her new house, she feels the weight of her mother's judgements.
Judy challenges her father to see her as an adult and accept her relationship with Dr. Nate; Washington turns to his mother for help when his attempt to win Lesley over with lavish gifts backfires.
A boys-only hunting trip offers a rare appearance by Binh's youngest child, Reagan, who isn't afraid to speak his mind; Lesley begs the Ho women for help in corralling her out-of-control husband, revealing a shameful and shocking family secret.
Judy hosts a lively party at her house to celebrate Lunar New Year, but her boyfriend is nowhere to be found; Washington's drinking becomes a family matter when he seeks his father's advice.
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