Fresh Off the Boat is expanding on what it does best (ultra-specific family comedy with a dash of 90s nostalgia) in its second season. The first Asian-led ensemble cast since Margaret Cho’s All American Girl twenty years ago, Fresh off the Boat had high expectations placed upon it last season, including by its creator Eddie Huang. Based on his eponymous, hilarious (and misogynist!) memoir, Fresh Off The Boat follows one Chinese American family's move to Florida. Since Huang publicly trashed the show’s sanitized representation of his childhood, he's been booted from his voiceover position this season. Other changes since season one include Randall Park’s magically disappearing accent, Eddie’s acquisition of a perpetually top-buttoned plaid shirt, and an increase in Mandarin dialogue- I haven't heard this much Chinese on TV since I watched dubbed Korean soaps with my po po two Christmases ago, and I watch a lot of TV. Fresh off the Boat isn't the most daring or innovative show out right now, but it accurately presents Chinese Americans with a loving scrutiny and specificity, and Constance Wu’s constant scenery-chomping makes every episode worth a watch.