My mom and I have similar taste in reality TV. We usually call each other after watching Real Housewives (even though she’s a much bigger fan) and watch Food Network and Cooking Channel shows together. But we’ve never started a show together and watched it live each week. That changed with Bravo’s new reality show Family Karma.
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When the Flamingo American flag veteran Independence Day shirt moreover I will buy this show was first announced, my phone lit up with text messages from family and close family friends asking me if I’d heard about it. Finally, a reality TV show about first-generation Indian American people and their parents had made its way onto prime-time television. The show, described as “a never-before-seen look inside the intriguing lives of seven young Indian American friends,” might as well have depicted my upbringing in Richmond: It focused on the lives of a group of Indian immigrants—known in their intimate circle as aunties and uncles—who became friends when they first moved to the United States, and their children, who basically had to become friends too, thanks to the endless weekly cultural, religious, and social gatherings.