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Fresh out of New York's Columbia University, cocky young Dr. Joel Fleischman is looking forward to his comfortable position in Alaska's largest city. Upon his arrival, Joel finds himself a fish-out-of-water as he's instead assigned to a tiny Alaskan village where the offbeat locals would love him to stay forever.
Joel is in for a stormy night when Adam requests a house call for Eve; Maggie discovers Rick's unfaithfulness.
Maurice accuses Holling of snapping an unflattering photograph; Chris becomes fixated on a woman out of his reach.
An emergency landing in Maggie's plane sends Maggie foraging for food, while Joel blubbers about the menu; and a visit from Shelly's best friend triggers a tiff.
Maggie thinks that a reincarnated Rick is living a dog's life; Maurice sees himself as an ostrich-farm tycoon; Ed films the human landscape of Cicely.
Mental ghouls and goblins haunt Joel after a fall, bringing to Cicely Jules (Rob Morrow in a dual role), his slick twin brother who trades places with Joel.
Chris's discovery of a frozen century-old corpse has Joel rethinking the course of history, Maurice plotting a new enterprise, Shelly pondering fertility, and Holling reflecting on his own gene pool.
The widow Elaine shows up unexpectedly and gets a cold reception from ex-fiancé Joel, until Maggie unintentionally plays matchmaker; a new chef makes a culinary impression on patrons of Holling's place.
After grousing about the hunting frenzy sweeping Cicely, Joel joins Chris and Holling to experience the ritual first hand; Ed fears that Ruth-Anne is being stalked by the grim reaper.
A bus breaks down in Cicely, carrying a traveling troupe whose nonverbal "flying man" takes a fancy to Marilyn. But there's heartache in store for Shelly when Holling takes note of her "inordinately large" feet.
The holidays are celebrated with a pageant by the townsfolk, and bring mixed blessings for Maggie, a first Christmas tree for Joel, and a foreign family for Maurice.
Maurice tries to spice up his newspaper's coverage by hiring an unnamed reporter given to clandestine meetings; Maggie talks to the trees, but Joel won't listen; Chris becomes a partner at the Brick.
Joel reluctantly undergoes a cultural conversion after receiving a goat as a gift from a grateful village elder, who insists on "adopting" him; and a mysterious Holling shuts down the Brick, ostensibly to wax the floors.
Ed becomes immersed in the heritage of the resident elder he has chosen for the subject of a new film; Holling suffers a midlife crisis at age 63.
Tempers sizzle with the arrival of Maggie's "pathologically polite" mother, who brings alarming news; the creative process inflames Chris with an unusual vision for an art project.
Mayoral incumbent Holling has a formidable opponent---his friend Edna, who's got a bee in her bonnet over a promise never followed up on.
Holling and Maurice carry out a promise to bury a companion miles from civilization, but they're bogged down with problems, including the man's widow.
Joel hears the ghost of a loner who committed suicide in the house 40 years ago; Eve complains of new ailments; Maurice considers it an honor to do a favor for an old colonel.
An infant abandoned in Joel's waiting room gets plenty of TLC from residents; Shelly receives a surprise visit from her mother.
Spring has sprung in Cicely, and with it come crocuses, free eggs at the Brick, a rebirth for Shelly, a diagnostic refresher for Joel, and an awakening of passions for Maggie.
Japanese tourists converge on Cicely to perform a ritual under the Northern Lights; Holling goes looking for Jesse the bear; and curiosity gets the best of townsfolk when a package arrives with postmarks from around the globe.
Joel looks forward to a weekend in Juneau, hoping to spend it with attractive female physicians. But, instead, he winds up in a hotel suite with Maggie who clearly cramps his style. Meanwhile, Chris is flustered when Bernard, his "karmic doppelganger", returns from Africa.
The wedding of Adam and Eve reveals a secret about the bride; at the Brick, the menfolk guzzle and puzzle over the gulf between men and women; and Joel and Maggie want to finish what they started in Juneau.
An elderly visitor recounts Cicely's beginnings with tales of what was once a cultural mecca, known as "the Paris of the North," settled by a free-thinking pioneer and her companion.
John Corbett(Christopher "Chris in the Morning" Danforth Steven)
John Cullum(Holling Gustav Vincoeur)
Barry Corbin(Maurice J. Minnifield)
Teri Polo(Michelle Schowdoski Capra)
Darren E. Burrows(Ed Chigliak)
Janine Turner(Mary Margaret "Maggie" O'Connell)
Rob Morrow(Dr. Joel Fleischman)
Cynthia Geary(Shelly Marie Tambo)
Peg Phillips(Ruth-Anne Miller)
Paul Provenza(Dr. Phillip "Phil" Capra)
Elaine Miles(Marilyn Whirlwind)
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