Udoh comes up with the brilliant idea of asking his wife and Affiong to get to know each other better by asking Daniella (his wife) to teach Affiong how to ride a bicycle. What happened next is not the family bonding Udoh had in mind!
Affiong goes to Udoh’s office to find out why he works so much and so hard without giving any thought to producing a child. While there she see Udoh’s personal assistant and quickly develops Plan B!
How can an African man be cleaning the house while his wife is just sitting down doing nothing? Affiong can’t bear to see this happen and calls for divine intervention!
Why anyone would get it in their heads to bring a bunch of flowers to a sick Udoh is something Affiong can not understand. If Udoh is sick you bring pepper soup and not a bunch of nonsense! Welcome to the world according to Affiong!
A hungry Affiong is very angry and feels insulted when she sees what is being served for breakfast by Udoh and his wife Daniella. Affiong refuses to be served what she sees as “goat and rabbit” food and takes matters into her own hands!
Affiong gets confronted by a very Dutch phenomenon; people smoking weed legally in public! This is totally against all Affiong beliefs and principles and she goes out of her way to make her feelings known.
Ebola knows no borders. Ebola is a spirit! Udoh returns from a trip to find his whole house in quarantine! Affiong shows her caring side by insisting that Udoh goes into quarantine too.
Affiong takes a telephone call in the subway and nearly disgraces Udoh! Affiong does not need her phone to communicate with the caller on the other side of the world. Her supersonic and loud voice reaches any part of the universe!
Riding a bike is a sign of poverty and the Europeans are trying to re-invent poverty! (Anita Hogan) takes a look at the European way of life from within the confines of her Calabar eyes. Hilarious and tongue-in-cheek weekly comedy skits on Africa Web TV.
You have turned to Ice Fish! Affiong makes an immediate impression as she arrives at Schiphol Airport on a hot summer day feeling very cold even though it is 28 degrees Celsius! (Anita Hogan) takes a look at the European way of life from within the confines of her Calabar …