Awkwafina stars as Nora Lin in this scripted series based on her real-life beginnings in Flushing, Queens. Raised alongside her cousin by her dad and grandma, Nora leans on her family as she navigates young adulthood in outer borough New York City.
In Season 2, Nora contemplates her path in life, Edmund pursues his dream of acting, Grandma takes a stand, and Wally grows closer to Brenda.
After a starry-eyed look at her future, Nora trains a new CBD store employee. Grandma's newly diagnosed perfect bill of health leads to a face-off, and Daniel catches Nora by surprise.
After getting an MRI during an earthquake, Nora time travels to the iPod-filled world of 2003 where she sets out to warn her younger self about the mistakes she's going to make.
When Nora and Melanie reunite with a high school friend, they realise New York City isn't what it used to be, and Grandma braces herself for a visit from her rich cousin Rosalind.
Despite many setbacks and creepy auditions, Nora stands by Edmund's newfound acting career, and Wally panics after discovering that Brenda's online dating profile is still active.
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Grandma and her gal pals band together to take down a scammer targeting the elderly, and Nora suspects her former fling Margaret is back to her con artist ways.
Nora fears that her maniacal imaginary friend is taking things too far when he helps her plot revenge against Wally's sweet natured girlfriend Brenda during a weekend trip to the country.
Wally, Doug and Nora swap stories of childhood embarrassment, sexual mishaps and bad drug experiences as they ride out a power outage, and Nora learns something new about her mom.
Nora inadvertently becomes an actor, Wally has a revelation after catching up with old friends, and Edmund decides to pursue his dreams.
Edmund embraces life in Los Angeles, Grandma teaches Brenda about Chinese cuisine and traditions, and Nora does some soul searching when her car breaks down in New Mexico.
Nora embraces her new life in New Mexico, but a distressing letter from home makes her re-evaluate the future, and Grandma deals with loneliness during coronavirus lockdowns.