Tony Youn will keep you in stitches.
This is the story of an awkward, shy, dutiful, second-generation Korean-American member of the only Asian family living in a tiny blue-collar burg where his father, once a peasant farmer, is the only ob-gyn in town. The minute Tony was born, his father decided he would be a doctor when he grows up. Tony's mother never contradicts her husband. His fate is sealed.
But first he has to get through high school with geek glasses and a huge jaw that ultimately requires plastic surgery, a harbinger of