It's a couple of days before Thanksgiving. Rebecca's Thanksgiving plans are to head back to New York and spend the day with her mother as usual, despite it feeling more like an obligation than a want. But when Rebecca learns from Josh that Valencia generally has Thanksgiving dinner with the extended Chan family and from Greg and Chris that Josh's stereotypically Asian parents don't like Valencia because they don't see her as being smart, Paula not only convinces Rebecca to try and wrangle an invitation to the Chan family Thanksgiving dinner, but sets in motion a plan to get that invitation without telling Rebecca about the plan until it is well under way. Paula figures that Rebecca can wow the Chans as she is everything that they would want in a daughter-in-law, and is everything that Valencia is not, especially in a direct comparison. The plan to get the invitation works. The questions become if Rebecca can dazzle the Chans as is the second part of the plan, if so if Mr. and Mrs. ...
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Rebecca attempts to make Diniguan, which is a real Filipino delicacy of pig's blood and liver. Most parents "trick" children to eat it by calling it "chocolate meat" because of its dark brown color. See more
Whoo! Something smells weird in here.
Oh well, it's a Filipino dish called Diniguan. It consists of pork cooked in pork's blood. You wanna try some?
Uhhh... Thanks, but I think I'm all full up from the wonderful smell.
References Jerry Maguire
What'll It Be
Written by Rachel Bloom
and Adam Schlesinger
and produced by Adam Schlesinger
and Steven M. Gold
Performed by Santino Fontana
[Greg sings the song in the bar when he plays the non-existent piano] See more