Thanks to Michael Bolton's investment in the restaurant, the Huangs can afford to move to a luxurious villa, which means their friendly neighbors and classmates won't remain that. The new suburb is chosen close to the Catholic prep school where Evan was awarded a scholarship, but Emery's crusade against presumed Asian sweatshop child labor to produce the school uniform blazers antagonizes headmaster Royce too consistently, and an feeble grounds. Jessica claims family finances are strained too much to afford the villa luxuries like barbecue and hot-tub, but when Louis finds his not-so-silent partner Bolton also brings in fat endorsements, Jessica must admit her true obsession with struggling. Eddy's failed plan to get matching tattoos with his now-ex-classmates gang compromises their friendship. One drastic solution should fit all problems, but hastily embracing it proves an utter nightmare.