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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.
While Joel is afflicted with "glacier dropsy," Leonard cares for his patients, including Ed, who's been "sleepflying," and Shelly, who's stopped singing.
A baffling experience at an antique shop entangles Maggie in a Nancy Drew-like mystery; Maurice refuses to grow old gracefully; and Joel discovers a link between his cultural heritage and Marilyn's.
Maurice's likeness is cast in wax; Chris discovers he'll be on the planet for the long haul; and the dentist comes to town.
Chris faces a metaphysical conundrum when Bernard's girlfriend, who once lived with Chris, can't tell the brothers apart.
A randy high-schooler asks Maggie to be homecoming queen; a by-the-book IRS agent scours Ruth-Anne's accounts; and Maurice wheels and deals in real estate with a Native American.
When Joel's parents first visit Cicely, his mother soars with the eagles, while his dad outshines Joel at the Brick. Meanwhile, Holling confesses his distaste for TV sports.
Ed organizes Cicely's first film festival; Leonard searches for "the white collective unconscious" in Western folklore.
Ed diagnoses a patient who then falls for him, but his low self-esteem brings a visit from the Green Man; Holling ridicules pregnancy and gets thrown out of Shelly's childbirth class.
Ed discovers an alarming tale of cannibalism that later gnaws at Holling and Ruth-Anne; anxiety eats at Chris over his written pilot's exam.
Residents anticipate winter's snow. But for Joel, an elderly patient's claims that she's dying bring guilt and self-reproachment; and Shelly believes that her little white lie about love is making her nose grow.
Maggie throws a shower for Shelly; a Hollywood agent takes an interest in Ed's script; Chris tries to get in touch with his "inner woman."
The aurora borealis brings a strange lucidity---and dream swapping---to Cicely residents, sending Holling into psychotherapy and creating friction between Maurice and B&B owners Ron and Erick.
A violinist begs Maurice not to lock a prized Guarnerius away; dust mites awaken fear in Maggie; and Chris reaches an artistic impasse.
Adam has some wacko ideas about the fireworks experts Maurice hired; a ranger loses his job but refuses to leave his post; and Ed is struck by lightning.
Shelley has second thoughts about delivering her baby in Anchorage; Walt endures frostbite just to be with Ruth-Anne; and Joel outstitches Maggie at Marilyn's knitting workshop.
At Joel's first dinner party, friends suffer the consequences of his hospitality; Shelly returns to her Canadian roots; and townsfolk grouse over changes in Chris's radio playlist.
Caribou run amok on Main Street during cabin-fever season, which finds Walt abusing his prescription for seasonal affective disorder, Joel and Maggie snowbound at the airport and Ruth-Anne trying to learn Italian so she can read Dante's "The Divine Comedy" in the original language.
Joel tries to reel in a monster fish; Ruth-Anne abandons the store and takes off on a Harley.
Joel finds a kindred spirit with whom to exchange "doctor talk"; the Tambo-Vincoeurs take in Maurice following an explosion at his home; and Chris puzzles over a series of meaningful coincidences involving a deer.
Shelly is confronted with a loss of faith on the eve of Miranda's baptism, while Ed contemplates redemption after spreading details of Ruth-Anne's private life.
Only Maurice is aghast over the nuptials of Erick and Ron. Meanwhile, Maggie feels stomach-turning dizziness around Joel.
Wheelchair athletes converge on Cicely; the Green Man of low self-esteem pays Ed another visit; Ted discovers that the rich really are different.
During the annual blood drive, Ed is alerted to a Cicely resident with his same rare blood type; Joel may be losing Maggie to an old beau.
Cal gets a pass from the asylum to help Maurice entertain Off. Semanski; Chris's image of an old flame is a distorted one; Joel stumbles upon a frozen woolly mammoth.
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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