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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.
Fear of aging grips Maggie on her birthday. Her solution: a native ritual for laying the past to rest.
The midnight sun warms Joel's libido and brings to town an adventure-seeking salesman. Meanwhile, Shelly's cheerleading outfit arouses Holling.
Chris runs over a dog and events add up to romance for him and its mathematician owner; Maurice purchases a magnificent timepiece, fine-tuned by a punked-out master craftsman.
Adam Ant plays a rock star who cooks up a gig with Native American drummers and becomes the subject of Ed's film. Meanwhile, Chris muses over the proper burial for a friend.
Cicely's wholesome environment beckons the hyperallergic Mike, who lives in a geodesic dome, and Ruth-Ann's yuppie son Matthew.
Silent "Flying Man" Enrico Bellati returns to Cicely with a group of whimsical mimes. Meanwhile, finding a ruby ring inside a fish conjures up Fellini-esque imagery for Ed.
Valerie Perrine plays the daughter Holling never knew he had, and---after she appears out of the blue---wishes he'd never met, for Holling sees her as a bad seed who's corrupting Shelly. Meanwhile, Ed befriends a migrating crane.
Cicely's Day of the Dead Parade and Thanksgiving feast evoke phantasmagorical figures and the colors and aromas of fall. Meanwhile, Cicely's holidaymania doesn't impress Joel; Chris recalls Thanksgivings past.
A KGB spy claiming to have a dossier on Maurice shakes up Cicely; a health inspector puts in his two-cents worth at the Brick; the death of another friend has Maggie on her best behavior.
When the law catches up with Chris, his extradition hearing becomes an arena for philosophical discourse.
After unearthing Native American artifacts in her yard, Maggie wages war against men, particularly Maurice, who sees dollar signs in the discovery; a nightmare has Ed contemplating the end of life on Earth; a youngster is struck by the love bug.
Feeling caught up in the secular world, Chris seeks rejuvenation at a monastery; and landlord Maurice fumes after Ruth-Anne pays off the store.
Ed gets another visit from his invisible spiritual guide, who again claims to have tracked down Ed's father; a blind piano tuner strikes a dissonant chord with Holling.
Maggie's family wreaks havoc on Joel when he accompanies her home for her grandmother's birthday.
A headstrong schoolteacher clashes with Maggie and gives Holling little hope of gaining his high-school diploma; mother hen Joel fusses when Marilyn goes on an adventure in Seattle.
Ill winds blow in, bringing with them metaphysical bumps and bruises for Joel, who asks for trouble and gets it from Maggie. Meanwhile, Chris and Maurice have a windswept encounter with fate; and Ed dwells on thoughts of death.
Joel blows up at Maggie for forgetting their romp in the hay; Uncle Anku urges Ed to marry; birdwatchers Holling and Ruth-Anne head for the woods.
The winter solstice opens Chris to new creative pursuits, but it encourages Joel to betray his Hippocratic oath after he's denied a vacation. Meanwhile, residents muster empathy for a down-on-his-luck veteran.
The unveiling of the Whirlwind family's totem pole by Leonard prompts a family feud; Shelly marries to stop a barrage of hallucinations.
The romantic mood of Maggie's dinner for Mike is doused by his announcement that he's leaving; Shelly's redecorating takes its toll on Holling; and Maurice brings north the family home.
o celebrate KBHR's silver jubilee, Maurice throws a soiree, which brings Adam and Eve to town and leaves an uninvited Joel feeling miffed.
Residents search for other Jews to join in a kaddish for Joel's dead uncle; Chris and Bernard join in a blood feud with the West Virginia Miller boys; Marilyn picks Holling as a dance partner.
The arrival of a truffle-hunting pig and the onslaught of mosquitoes signal springtime in Cicely, which also finds Holling obsessed with the urge to plant and Maggie discovering her new-found healing powers.
Memories of Maurice's wartime archenemy surface after Duk Won arrives and asks permission to marry; Ed has a plan to keep his ancestors' Tlingit language alive; and Holling's thirst goes unquenched.
Maurice sounds the death knell for Cicely's 300-year-old tree, as Joel looks for a way to save it; Shelly spontaneously breaks out in song, much to the annoyance of Holling; and Maggie nearly kills Joel with "niceness."
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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