Mbita is happily serving up his family's favorite fish soup in his food truck when he finds himself at a crossroads. Baymax pushes (and pushes) him to change for his own good—but for Mbita, change is hard.
Mbita runs a food truck called "Just Fish Soup", due to it being the only menu item he has, after inheriting it from his parents. He has a crush on apple vendor Yukio, but is too nervous to ask him out. While preparing food for a customer, his hand suddenly breaks out in a terrible rash. Baymax arrives and determines that Mbita has a fish allergy, which shocks him. He tries to sell to some customers during the lunch hour, but Baymax's information scares them away. Baymax then tries to remove the fish after Mbita's rashes worsen, followed by him preparing an anti-histamine to inject him with. Mbita instead kicks Baymax out of his truck and drives away.
Baymax chases after Mbita who is driving recklessly down the streets of San Fransokyo. His rashes continue to swell and Baymax pulls him out of the truck and prevents it from crashing before injecting him with the anti-histamine. Mbita reveals that he is scared about the future as he can no longer handle fish and is unsure of what to do with himself. Baymax tells him that change is hard and that he should be brave like his parents were when they first opened the food truck. Inspired, Mbita returns to the market, this time to try different foods so as to plan his next step. He runs into Yukio again and with newfound confidence finally asks him out.
In a post credits scene, Hiro returns to his room and wonders why it smells like dead fish. Baymax reveals that he brought back a dead fish so that they can make sushi.
- This is the first Walt Disney Animation Studios production to feature LGBTQ+ characters in a major role.
- One of the stands is named "Del Vecho's Farm", a reference to Disney producer and executive Peter Del Vecho.
- The business suit people seen approaching Mbita's truck are reused model assets of the customers seen in the episode "Cass".