Troublemaker Eddie Huang, in the intro of his new Vice web series "Fresh Off the Boat," descibes it as a "cultural show told through the lens of food, putting on voices that have long gone ignored." A self-described "chef, writer, human panda, Bang Bros connoisseur," episode one has Huang in Oakland, California, where he shoots some guns, goes rabbit hunting, and goes through a sort-of meat-based existential crisis after watching a rabbit get its throat slit. On his blog Huang offers a bunch of behind-the-scenes photos. He writes, "AND YOU STILL WATCHING THAT OTHER CHANNEL?"
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