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The 404 242: Where we turn the show into an unnecessary musical

Luckily for us, the Intern Formerly Known as Mark (IFKM is a bad acronym) saves the day, helping us scrutinize stories like Microsoft entering the T-shirt market, the 'Knight Rider' show cancellation, and the first Vietnamese House Representative.


Thanks to Dan the Mantern's two-week-long extended vacation, we're left helpless and alone. Luckily for us, the Intern Formerly Known as Mark (IFKM is a bad acronym) saves the day, helping us scrutinize stories like Microsoft entering the T-shirt market, the Knight Rider show cancellation, the first Vietnamese House Representative, and other kooky, borderline-tabloid stories we found on the World Wide Den of Filth.

In today's episode of What's Happening With Those Asians, we discuss an important milestone in Asian American history: Louisiana has elected the United States' very first Vietnamese-American House Representative. It's an uplifting story of triumph over adversity and the power of American democracy, as well as...wait, one second...there's a wall at the end of this tunnel. Two major factors contributed to Joseph Cao's victory in the election: