Before he was an actor, Ken Jeong was a doctor. Now he's bringing medicine and laughter together, in the comedy that'll leave you in stitches!
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Allison wants to show her fun side to her Welltopia co-workers and offers the Park home for the office holiday party, but Ken isn't on-board with the idea.
Returning: When Ken wants to apologise to a patient for missing an important medical detail, Pat advises against it, and the situation gets out of hand.
When D.K. overhears Allison complain about him overstaying his welcome, he decides to move in with his girlfriend of three weeks. Meanwhile, Pat wants Dave to pretend he's his adopted son.
Allison convinces a reluctant Ken that it would be a fun family adventure to drive to her parents for Thanksgiving dinner. But along the way, a traffic jam causes her to lose her usual cool.
Ken is excited when Dave announces he's been invited to pitch his Hot Legs Duvet invention on "Shark Tank".
When D.K.'s friends mock Ken for not being able to speak their native language, Dave encourages his dad to join him at his Korean language lessons.
Allison is upset that Dave doesn't get excited about Halloween anymore. But when D.K. treats him to a scary story about Korean ghosts, it might just do the trick.
Ken learns D.K. is divorced and starts to worry that the end is near for his own marriage.
When a neighbour girl (guest star Zooey Jeong, Ken Jeong's real-life daughter) stands outside the kitchen window staring at Albert, Molly and D.K. try to scare her off.
Allison's first day at Welltopia starts off with a bang when she and Ken disagree on a diagnosis. Meanwhile, Dave enlists his grandfather for an image makeover.
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