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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's herb-induced dream transforms Cicely's folksy regulars into New York sophisticates.
PI-in-training Ed spies on Hayden Keys, who may be faking injury; the purchase of an antique dollhouse sets Shelly to dreaming on a grand scale; and Maggie's and Maurice's charity donations bring regrets.
Joel must atone for his sins when he's visited by a rabbi---the ghost of Yom Kippur past, present and future; Maurice welcomes an honored guest for a fox hunt.
Joel finds a strange lump on his head; Shelly has bad luck after chucking a chain letter; a barber parks his pole in Cicely; and Maggie receives a letter she'd written at 15.
Shelly makes a deal with the devil; Ed bungles Joel's tests on a pill for the common cold; and Chris introduces a co-host.
Marilyn's tale of her grandfather's encounter in Alaska with Russian princess Anastasia unfolds on-screen in filmmaker Ed's vision of Cicely's early days. It involves a secret meeting that took place with Lenin and the princess.
Electricity generates a new art project for Chris; sparks fly between Joel and Maggie on a Russian flight bound for St. Petersburg; Maurice welcomes his cousin to Cicely, hoping to groom him to take over the family business.
A conflict with Maggie over firearms drives Joel to the outback to live in a remote village; a contractor destroys Chris's way of life; Ruth-Anne surrenders to love.
Paul Provenza and Teri Polo join the cast as Cicely's new doctor Phillip Capra and his journalist wife Michelle, who feel that they've stepped back in time in their new environs. Meanwhile, Ed sees into the future; and Holling wants to join the Sons of the Tundra men's club.
Maggie finds herself in the seat of power as Cicely's mayor but must contend with Chris's screwball fixation; Marilyn buys a champion stud husky that's more of a dud husky; and Phil is invited to play golf in the wilderness with Joel.
Maggie treks into the Manonash village to visit Joel, who she fears is in imminent danger; an elderly couple asks to stay the night at Phil and Michelle's; and Ed thinks the information highway looks cold and forbidding.
Marilyn shatters Joel's inner peace on a visit to Manonash; Ed takes advantage of Maurice's hospitality; and a house is not Holling's idea of a home.
Cicely's new bottled water alters gender behavior and causes women to display an overactive sex drive; violinist Cal becomes a fugitive; and Joel is freed to return to New York.
A visit from Maggie's mom reveals that the two O'Connell women have a lot in common; Ruth-Anne clashes with new employee Walt over canned goods; Maurice pouts when Holling gets chummy with Phil.
Joel enlists Maggie to join him on a quest for the mythical Jeweled City of the North; Chris slaps Phil with a malpractice lawsuit; and critic Michelle reviews the Brick.
While Cicelians honor Founders Day, newcomers Phil and Michelle experience buyers' remorse over purchasing a big spread; Maurice claims that Randi is his reincarnated Uncle Elvy; and Chris and Maggie find a common bond.
Chris's visiting professors get into an argument over his master's dissertation; Maggie buys Cicely's neglected movie house; and a young man stops by the Brick to meet his father.
Phil gets caught up in a feud between two of Cicely's Italian families; Ruth-Anne begins a series for National Public Radio; Holling finally vents his anger toward Shelly.
During a bowling invitational, Phil and Michelle seem headed for splitsville. Meanwhile, Ed sets his sights on the sophisticated Heather.
Michelle mounts a production of "Bus Stop," which infects Cicelians with the acting bug but sparks creative differences and petty jealousies.
"Parenthood" sours for Ed after he brings home a cuddly bear cub to nurture; and Chris's dream experiments entangle him with a saucy hotel manager.
Fugitive violinist Cal wants to turn himself in with help from Maurice and Off. Semanski; Phil offends the locals; Chris pairs up with a judgmental youngster at a cotillion dance class.
The sun sets---one last time---on the town of Cicely as friends gather at Maurice's summer lodge for relaxation, renewal and reflection.
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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