|Directed by:||Gail Mancuso|
|Written by:||David Smithyman|
|Release date:||November 17, 2015|
|Running time:||22 minutes|
"Huangsgiving" is the Thanksgiving episode of the ABC sitcom Fresh Off the Boat, originally aired as the eighth episode of the show's second season.
When Jessica receives a call at 5:30 in the morning from her mother, stating it is a "tradition", she gets the news her family is hosting Thanksgiving. She gets a call from Connie, not soon afterwards, saying that they were excited, but the subtitles show the real conversation. From then on, Jessica and Louis start preparing for Thanksgiving by setting up Monopoly instead of the common charades, serving cornished hens instead of the usual duck served at Steve and Connie's Thanksgiving. However, most of the cooking does not start until after the guests get there. When Connie and the rest of the family arrive, the Huangs run into problems quickly. Connie complains about how Steve and her marriage was "On the rocks". Jessica thinks it is to draw attention. Soon, Louis and Steve get drunk and Louis wakes up the next morning in bad shape. Nothing is done, and Jessica begins to panic. To make matters worse, when the cornish hens arrived, they are alive, and Louis has to go get a turkey. Then, Oscar Chow and his boyfriend arrive with Honey and Marvin. Marvin takes the 4(Oscar, Louis, Himself, and Steve) to play football. Louis supposedly has turned on the oven at this time. Louis is hit by a football thrown by Oscar Chow and gets moderately injured. He wakes up and finds out the Turkey is raw. Already panicking, Jessica tries to stall but is finally caught by Connie who tells everyone else that the turkey is raw. Connie and Jessica then race eachother to the market to get a turkey frier, which is supposed to cook the bird in less than an hour. Jessica and Connie meet in the market and make up. During this time, Jessica finds out that Connie and Steve are actually having trouble and it was not a trick. The dinner goes well, and the next morning everyone leaves.