In "Dr. Ken," the breakout comedy star of "The Hangover" movies and TV's "Community" brings medicine and laughter together as a grumpy and beleaguered HMO doctor whose challenging professional life is trumped only by his home life.
Ken is forced to attend a bedside manner seminar after getting a complaint at work. Elsewhere, Allison, Molly, and Dave have to endure multiple dinners with Ken's parents.
A decree to work on Saturdays is met with contempt by the staff, so they choose Ken to talk Pat out of it, but the doctor is surprised to find his boss living on a boat in the driveway of his home. Meanwhile, Dave gets a new nickname at school that dredges up bad memories for Allison.
A rival for Ken comes to town – Allison's former boyfriend, now a very hot and successful doctor.
Ken attempts to give Allison the proposal she never had. Meanwhile Molly enlists Dave's help to reconstruct Ken's prized model skeleton. At work, Julie accidentally drugs Pat.
As Ken (Ken Jeong) tries to teach Molly (Krista Marie Yu) about the dangers of drinking, Allison (Suzy Nakamura) looks to spend a fun night out with Dave (Albert Tsai).
A visit from Ken's sister Wendi, a well-known doctor and TV host on a medical talk show, makes him secretly envious of her success, which brings out his petulant side when he's invited to be a guest on her program.
Molly rebels and gets a Japanese tattoo, which spirals Ken and Allison into having a cultural face-off when Allison claims she is more Japanese than Ken is Korean.
Ken's love of basketball hasn't rubbed off on Dave, who would rather attend a city council meeting about California's drought than play in a game. Meanwhile, Allison is skeptical of letting Molly dress more provocatively; and Damona schemes to get more vacation days.
As Allison (Suzy Nakamura) is putting the final touches on a romantic Hawaiian holiday for two, Ken (Ken Jeong) discovers that he never got his days off approved.
Ken (Ken Jeong) has an unexpected run-in with Dr. Oz when the Park family's flight home is delayed in Hawaii. Julie (Kate Simses) accidentally creates a backlog in the HMO's waiting room.
Allison informs Ken that before they can buy life insurance, she'll need a record of his latest physical. Ken sheepishly admits that he hasn't actually gotten a checkup in years. Allison's upset, as Ken had always implied that he had been getting a checkup, but Ken assures her that everything's fine. He's a doctor, and he'd know if anything were wrong. Their fight is interrupted by Molly, who tells her parents that she's just been fired from her new job.
Ken's dad arrives for a surprise visit and immediately begins to tackle tasks around the house that Ken has been avoiding, including buying a new dishwasher, which Ken promptly breaks on purpose. Meanwhile, Damona and Pat have a drunken one-night stand that Pat follows with a shocking announcement the next day.
Ken (Ken Jeong) ruins things for Dave (Albert Tsai) when a longstanding feud with their egotistical neighbor upends Dave's plans for the school Valentine's Day dance.
A colleague's wedding gives Ken a chance to show off his dance moves, but Allison is not impressed. Meanwhile, Dave hires a friend to impersonate him to fool his babysitter; and Damona, Julie and Clark go to the wrong wedding, but Clark meets Mr. Right.
Molly has a boyfriend, but Allison realizes he's the son of one of her patients, and has quite a moral dilemma when she learns, via a therapy session, that he might have been unfaithful. Meanwhile, Pat changes his demeanor with the staff as his evaluation approaches.
As Ken looks to stay involved in Molly's life, a birthday party accident sends Dave (Albert Tsai) to the doctor's office. Guest starring Emblem3.
Ken and Julie disagree over allowing a critically ill stand-up comic to perform at a benefit show. Allison has a crisis of confidence when she learns that her former patient is seeing a new therapist.
Ken (Ken Jeong) serves as an expert witness in a courtroom appearance that leaves many doubting his medical expertise. Dave (Albert Tsai) sews a prom dress for Molly (Krista Marie Yu).
Dave gets an impromptu birds-and-the-bees talk from Julie after Ken has been avoiding it, but he's not off the hook with Allison when she learns he took full credit. Meanwile, Clark gets dubious advice from Pat.
Allison urges Ken to join a community group, but its civic-minded mission may be a front for something else.
Seeing a college classmate at the Laugh Factory inspires Ken (Ken Jeong) to pursue his dream of being a stand-up comic. Dave (Albert Tsai) enlists Molly (Krista Marie Yu) to train him for a push-up contest with their grandfather, D.K. (guest star Dana Lee).