'Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens' Episode 10 Preview: Nora gets a tour of her fabulous new house in China
The finale of 'Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens' airs in just a couple of hours. In the previous episode, we saw that Nora Lin and Edmund's app Scrubr gets traction oversees, which means only one thing: They're going to China!
In the upcoming episode, it seems as if Nora will finally have her life together (or will she?) in Beijing. The official synopsis of the episode states: "After Scrubr gets acquired by a company overseas, Nora moves to China; back in Queens, Grandma befriends an injured pigeon."
In the preview clip for the episode, Nora even has a dedicated assistant named Grace, who shows her around a fancy new house. Nora is excited as she sees how spacious it is. Grace has taken extra effort to decorate the house and even painted a picture for her. However, Grace seems to be a little too keen to look after her and comes and goes as she pleases. When Nora ticks her off, she starts crying and so Nora nervously pacifies her. Grace cries and says, "I love you Nora" while Nora just looks around awkwardly.
Will a friendship blossom between them? It remains to be seen whether she can finally find the life she wants in China or will she just return home?
'Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens' will return for a second season. However, it's not clear when exactly, as the coronavirus pandemic has put all filming on hold for the moment.
The show follows the adventures and misadventures of a 20-something woman, who struggles to navigate her way through the travails of adulthood. Every episode has almost the same format: Nora finds herself in a pickle and gets herself involved in crazy zany schemes to get herself out of them. From getting her car impounded to dyeing her hair a strange color and accidentally wreaking havoc at her app's launch party, Nora has gotten stuck in some pretty weird scrapes.
It focusses on her trying to figure out the messy life of adulthood and is loosely based on the life of Awkwafina and her pre-stardom days. Just like her character on the show, Awkwafina did grow up in a multi-generational home with her grandmother and parents. However, in real life, she moved into her own place after college and at the age of 27, she was already starring in MTV's 'Girl Code'.
'Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens' airs on Comedy Central, Wednesdays at 10:30 pm.