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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
Year: 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

12 July 1990
A doctor from New York City adjusts to life in a rural town in Alaska.

Season 1, Episode 2: Brains, Know-How and Native Intelligence

19 July 1990
Dr. Joel Fleischman slowly starts accepting his desperately desolate fate, despite a defective shower leaving him to choose between swallowing his pride in order to get Maggie's plumbing help or bathing in the utterly icy lake. Popular DJ Chris Stevens' 'irreverent' comments on even Walt Whitman get him sacked from Maurice's radio K-Bear, but the boss soon offends everyone else in Cecily. Ed Chigliak's suave way gets reluctant Joel to make confusing house-calls on Ed's uncle, paradoxical medicine man Anku, who treats Joel to a Kentucky takeaway, traditional dancing and a sauna but refuses to be treated for his fatal cancer.

Season 1, Episode 3: Soapy Sanderson

26 July 1990
Dr. Joel Fleischman is depressed when grumpy old patient Soapy Sanderson completely ignores his medical advice, and is stunned when he and Maggie are named joint executors of his 140 acres forest estate where only wolves live. Maggie wants to turn it into a nature reserve, however un-required it is in this part of Alaska. Joel is rather tempted by the Indian chief Ronkomkoma's idea to turn it into a tax shelter by formally drilling for oil which everybody knows isn't there, hoping it may pay his way back to New York. Later Joel learns Soapy was a spirituality college professor for 20 years. Soapy also left them a $200 Lafitte-Latour for their trouble, which nearly works a romantic wonder, and a journal. Meanwhile the press gets interested.

Season 1, Episode 4: Dreams, Schemes and Putting Greens

2 August 1990
Shelly becomes pregnant and a wedding is arranged, but Holling has a deep-rooted fear - both his father and grandfather lived over a century, while their wives died young, leaving them alone and grieving for over sixty years each. Holling vowed to avoid their fate. Meanwhile, Maurice and Fleischman entertain a Japanese investor interested in building a resort in Cicely.

Season 1, Episode 5: Russian Flu

9 August 1990
Dr. Joel Fleischman has his hands full when his fiancé Elaine flies to Cicely for a visit. He becomes so busy trying to defend himself against the townspeople's charges that he is a KGB agent releasing the Russian flu upon them and competing with Marilyn over the best treatment for the illness, that he has no time to spend with his betrothed. Instead Maggie, entertains Elaine, which only further annoys Joel.

Season 1, Episode 6: Sex, Lies and Ed's Tapes

16 August 1990
There's much to deal with in Cicely when Shelly's husband arrives with the hopes of taking her back to Saskatchewan, much to the astonishment of Holling. Furthermore, Maggie's boyfriend fears he will soon die as the next victim of the O'Connell curse and Ed searches for inspiration while working on his movie script.

Season 1, Episode 7: A Kodiak Moment

23 August 1990
Hearing his brother and only surviving fellow Minnifeld died, Maurice looks for a 'son' to adopt. After Joel declines, he gets Chris to try, but although generosity gets them through the hard stuff, a game of croquet proves you can't adopt 'breeding'. When Ed tells Holling Jesse that the fiercest grizzly, who caused him to stop hunting anything else, is back, Shelly insists on joining them on a hunt which shows that although the men are older, the bear still knows them. Joel is asked to attend a hygiene class, but when he arrives learns it's for expectant mothers, which Maggie makes him improvise.

Season 1, Episode 8: Aurora Borealis: A Fairy Tale for Big People

30 August 1990
While Joel gives Ed golf lessons, the Indian warns him Adam is around, the never actually seen monster-prankster, blamed for all kinds of weirdness since 15 years. Passing the night in his car in the woods after diagnosing a park ranger Burns, Joel is apparently robbed, actually taken in, by very human loner Vietnam vet Adam. Chris is delighted his instinctive sculptural inspiration fits the astronomical phenomenon Aurora Borealis (northern light). Chris accepts help from lost motor-biker Bernard, and discovers they share a lot, even an identity essential.

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: Goodbye to All That

8 April 1991
The townspeople try to cheer up Joel after his fiancee dumps him.

Rob Morrow ... Dr. Joel Fleischman

Barry Corbin ... Maurice J. Minnifield

Janine Turner ... Maggie O'Connell

John Cullum ... Holling Vincoeur

Darren E. Burrows ... Ed Chigliak

John Corbett ... Chris Stevens

Cynthia Geary ... Shelly Marie Tambo

Elaine Miles ... Marilyn

Beverly Leech ... Tori Gould

Grant Goodeve ... Rick Pederson
Peg Phillips ... Ruth-Anne

Grant Gelt ... Kid Joel
Therese Tinling ... Alison (as Therese Xavier Tinling)
Margaret Mason ... Proprietor

Pat Sajak ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Vanna White ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Big Kiss

15 April 1991
Ed goes on a spirit quest to find his parents; Chris loses his voice and must sleep with the most beautiful woman in town to recover it; to that aim, he invites Maggie to dinner. When Joel mocks her charm, Maggie takes on the challenge.

Season 2, Episode 3: All Is Vanity

22 April 1991
Maggie purports Joel to be her boyfriend to gain her father's approval; Holling comes to a very personal decision.

Season 2, Episode 4: What I Did for Love

29 April 1991
A charming replacement and Maggie's premonition of death make Joel reconsider his trip to New York.

Season 2, Episode 5: Spring Break

6 May 1991
Holling picks fights with patrons; Ed seeks a once-a-year kleptomaniac; Maurice falls for a trooper.

Season 2, Episode 6: War and Peace

13 May 1991
Everyone except Maurice welcomes a vacationing Russian; Holling has nightmares; Ed falls in love.

Rob Morrow ... Dr. Joel Fleischman

Barry Corbin ... Maurice J. Minnifield

Janine Turner ... Maggie O'Connell

John Cullum ... Holling Vincoeur

Darren E. Burrows ... Ed Chigliak

John Corbett ... Chris Stevens

Cynthia Geary ... Shelly Marie Tambo

Elaine Miles ... Marilyn

Elya Baskin ... Nikolai Appolanov
Dana Andersen ... Lightfeather Duncan

Alan Fudge ... Father Duncan
Peg Phillips ... Ruth-Anne
William J. White ... Dave the Cook (as William James Whitee Eaglee)

Julie Christie ... Lara (archive footage) (uncredited)

Omar Sharif ... Yuri (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Slow Dance

20 May 1991
Rick's death by falling satellite further enhances Maggie's reputation; Maurice meets prospective hoteliers.

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: The Bumpy Road to Love

23 September 1991
When a statue is risen in Rick's memory, Maggie learns of his infidelity through a stranger's eulogy. Meanwhile, Adam returns and makes Joel go with him to treat his hypochondriac wife.

Season 3, Episode 2: Only You

30 September 1991
Chris begins attracting all the women in town, almost. Joel tries to study the phenomenon. Maggie has an eye exam and finds out she's far-sighted. Maurice and Holling have a dispute over a picture.

Season 3, Episode 3: Oy, Wilderness

7 October 1991
Joel and Maggie are forced to make an emergency landing and become stranded. They end up surprising each other. Shelley has a visit from her best friend from home, Cindy. When Cindy asks for a divorce, Shelley gets mad.

Season 3, Episode 4: Animals R Us

14 October 1991
Maggie is approached by a dog whom she believes to be Rick reincarnate while Maurice tries to make a business scheme out of Marilyn's ostrich farm.

Season 3, Episode 5: Jules et Joel

28 October 1991
Shortly after hitting his head, Joel is visited by his identical twin brother, Jules, and changes places with him for a day. Meanwhile, Chris is contacted by a bomber who wants to turn himself in.

Season 3, Episode 6: The Body in Question

4 November 1991
While fishing, Chris finds the body of a man frozen in ice. Maurice looks upon this as a business opportunity as a battle begins over the body. Ed takes a job at Ruth Anne's store. Joel explores his Jewish faith.

Season 3, Episode 7: Roots

11 November 1991
Chris's brother/'karmic' doppleganger comes to town. Joel's ex-fiancé Elaine shows up looking for comfort. Adam shows up asking for money and takes a job at the Brick.

Season 3, Episode 8: A-Hunting We Will Go

18 November 1991
Chris and Holling head out on their annual hunting trip when Joel asks to go along. Ruth Anne has a birthday, but wants to avoid a fuss. Shelly organizes a party for her.

Season 3, Episode 9: Get Real

9 December 1991
After their bus breaks down, a circus visits Cicely. Marilyn gets a proposal. Holling and Shelley have a fight.

Season 3, Episode 10: Seoul Mates

16 December 1991
It's Christmas in Cicely and Maurice is approached by a Korean man who turns out to be his son.

Season 3, Episode 11: Dateline: Cicely

6 January 1992
In an effort to sell more issues of his newspaper, Maurice hires pathological liar Adam to write for it.

Season 3, Episode 12: Our Tribe

13 January 1992
Joel is given a goat by a patient. After he objects, the patient decides to make him part of their tribe, but there are some tasks he must perform first. Holling mysteriously closes the bar and sends Shelley out of town.

Season 3, Episode 13: Things Become Extinct

20 January 1992
Holling undergoes a midlife crisis when his uncle dies and Ed makes a documentary about a man who makes flutes.

Season 3, Episode 14: Burning Down the House

3 February 1992
Maggie's mother comes for a visit and delivers some surprising news. Chris builds a catapult. Joel discovers someone's secret identity.

Season 3, Episode 15: Democracy in America

24 February 1992
When a new candidate signs up for the upcoming mayoral election in Cicely, this triggers a large amount of activity among the residents.

Season 3, Episode 16: The Three Amigos

2 March 1992
Maurice and Holling venture into the Alaskan wilderness to bury a recently deceased friend.

Season 3, Episode 17: Lost and Found

9 March 1992
When Joel complains of ghost-like rumblings in the house, Maggie thinks it could be the loner who committed suicide in it decades before, so she orders an exorcism of the house. Meanwhile, the hypochondriac Eve wants Joel's help for her various ailments. And, Maurice is visited by his old Marine colonel who needs to borrow money.

Season 3, Episode 18: My Mother, My Sister

16 March 1992
Shelly's mom (who prefers to be known as Shelly's YOUNGER sister) surprises her with a visit, boasting about her new main squeeze, a really young Army man.

Season 3, Episode 19: Wake Up Call

23 March 1992
Spring arrives in Cicely and with it comes more quirky behavior from its residents: Shelly has a skin rash, Holling decides to give away eggs, Joel gets a lesson in medical care from a tribal medicine man and Maggie has a reawakening with the help of a handsome stranger.

Season 3, Episode 20: The Final Frontier

27 April 1992
During the Northern Lights, Cicely is infused with Japanese tourists, Holling decides to go in search of Jessie the bear and Maggie and the townsfolk are curious when a package arrives that is covered with foreign stamps.

Season 3, Episode 21: It Happened in Juneau

4 May 1992
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.

Season 3, Episode 22: Our Wedding

11 May 1992
Adam prepares to marry Eve. At his bachelor party, the men ruminate on the differences between men and women. Meanwhile, Eve lets an enthusiastic Shelly take over the wedding plans. And, Maggie and Joel try to finish what they started in Juneau.

Season 3, Episode 23: Cicely

18 May 1992
Joel encounters a 108-year-old man who has come home to Cicely. He tells Joel that Cicely, founded by two incredible, free-thinking women named Roslyn and Cicely, was once considered the "Paris of the North". The series regulars appear in this episode as various residents from 1909.

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: Northwest Passages

28 September 1992
On Maggie's 30th birthday, she decides to perform an ancient Native American ritual for saying goodbye to her dead boyfriends. Joel and Ed later have to rush in for the rescue when she turns out to be ill.

Season 4, Episode 2: Midnight Sun

5 October 1992
When the midnight sun, days of constant sunlight, hits Cicely, Joel experiences a relentless surge of energy and begins coaching Cicely's local basketball team.

Season 4, Episode 3: Nothing's Perfect

12 October 1992
Chris runs over a dog and is smitten by the owner. Maurice a very rare antique clock. Ed makes a new friend of the horologist.

Season 4, Episode 4: Heroes

19 October 1992
A rock musician (played by Adam Ant) accidentally arrives in Cicely, creating quite a stir-up among the locals. While Ed makes a documentary about the visit, Chris has trouble deciding how to put an old friend to his final rest.

Season 4, Episode 5: Blowing Bubbles

2 November 1992
A former lawyer named Mike Monroe moves to town with a unique medical condition and has to live in a bubble. Ruth Anne's son comes for a visit.

Season 4, Episode 6: On Your Own

9 November 1992
While Ed catches a fish containing a ring that he thinks belonged to Fedrico Fellini, the Flying Man and some circus performers revisit Cicely.

Season 4, Episode 7: The Bad Seed

16 November 1992
A woman arrives in town claiming to be Holling's daughter. Marilyn looks for a new house and asks Maggie to help. A friend of Ed's migrates south.

Season 4, Episode 8: Thanksgiving

23 November 1992
It's Thanksgiving in Cicely, which means they celebrate in their usual 'unique' way. Joel is lied to again by the State of Alaska. Maggie goes after Mike.

Season 4, Episode 9: Do the Right Thing

30 November 1992
A semi-retired KGB agent arrives in Cicely and reveals to Maurice that he once divulged some classified information. Holling finds a great nuisance in a health-care inspector who gives him some instructions to clean The Brick.

Season 4, Episode 10: Crime and Punishment

14 December 1992
The law catches up with Chris when the authorities begin setting up an extraction to have him turned in to the West Virginia police for violating parole.

Season 4, Episode 11: Survival of the Species

4 January 1993
Ed goes green after having a post-apocalyptic dream, Maggie discovers some old Indian artifacts in her front yard and Holling begins associating with a young runaway (Brad) from Los Angeles who develops a major crush on Shelly.

Season 4, Episode 12: Revelations

11 January 1993
Ruth Anne pays off her store loan to Maurice and they begin to fight over Ed. Joel has a crisis of identity when he gets no patients for 2 weeks. Bernard fills in for Chris while he is on a week-long self-discovery journey at a monastery.

Season 4, Episode 13: Duets

18 January 1993
Ed's spirit guide returns claiming to have found the identity of Ed's father. Maggie and Mike grow closer. An itinerant, blind piano tuner shows up at the Brick.

Season 4, Episode 14: Grosse Pointe, 48230

1 February 1993
Maggie bribes Joel with basketball tickets to escort her home to Grosse Pointe, Michigan to face her family. The usual bizarre hilarity ensues.

Rob Morrow ... Dr. Joel Fleischman

Barry Corbin ... Maurice J. Minnifield (credit only)

Janine Turner ... Maggie O'Connell

John Cullum ... Holling Vincoeur (credit only)

Darren E. Burrows ... Ed Chigliak (credit only)

John Corbett ... Chris Stevens (credit only)

Cynthia Geary ... Shelly Marie Tambo (credit only)

Elaine Miles ... Marilyn Whirlwind (credit only)
Peg Phillips ... Ruth-Anne Miller (credit only)

Bibi Besch ... Jane O'Connell
Barbara Townsend ... Elizabeth Stowe (Grammy)

Dylan Baker ... Jeffy O'Connell

Lisa Waltz ... Stephie O'Connell

D. David Morin ... Jed Fleming

James Marsters ... Reverend Harding
Mary Marsh ... Eunice McCaffrey
Marjorie Nelson ... Pearl McCaffrey

Season 4, Episode 15: Learning Curve

8 February 1993
Holling decides to finish high school; Marilyn goes to Seattle on vacation.

Season 4, Episode 16: Ill Wind

15 February 1993
Strange winds from the east blow in some strange behavior. Maggie attacks Joel. Chris saves Maurice's life. Maurice figures out he can't live with it.

Season 4, Episode 17: Love's Labour Mislaid

22 February 1993
Ed's uncle tells him he needs to be married and has arranged a wife for him. Joel obsesses over Maggie denying they had sex. Holling and Ruth Anne chase after a rare bird.

Season 4, Episode 18: Northern Lights

1 March 1993
Joel withholds practicing medicine until the State honors his contract and he gets his week vacation. Chris builds an art piece. Holling hibernates for 2 weeks.

Season 4, Episode 19: Family Feud

8 March 1993
Marilyn's family (Whirlwind) totem is unveiled and causes a feud. Shelley has hallucinations of dancers. Joel grows jealous over Mike and Maggie.

Season 4, Episode 20: Homesick

15 March 1993
Shelley decides to redecorate. Mike is cured and decides to leave Maggie and Cicely to work for Greenpeace.

Season 4, Episode 21: The Big Feast

22 March 1993
Dr. Fleischman is troubled when he doesn't receive an invitation to a big party for Maurice that the whole town is attending. Shelly accidentally breaks a bottle of wine worth several thousand dollars.

Season 4, Episode 22: Kaddish, for Uncle Manny

3 May 1993
Joel's Uncle Manny dies and the people of Cicely join forces to locate ten other Jews for his kaddish.

Season 4, Episode 23: Mud and Blood

10 May 1993
It's spring in Cicely and the Annual Mosquito festival is coming. Holling feels the need to plant something until he gets some startling news. The town receives a letter and video from Mike.

Season 4, Episode 24: Sleeping with the Enemy

17 May 1993
Maurice's son Duk comes to ask for permission to marry. Holling has problems with Shelley and intimacy. Ed tries to save a native language with film.

Rob Morrow ... Dr. Joel Fleischman

Barry Corbin ... Maurice J. Minnifield

Janine Turner ... Maggie O'Connell

John Cullum ... Holling Vincoeur

Darren E. Burrows ... Ed Chigliak

John Corbett ... Chris Stevens

Cynthia Geary ... Shelly Marie Tambo

Elaine Miles ... Marilyn Whirlwind
Peg Phillips ... Ruth-Anne Miller
James Song ... Duk Won

Doug Ballard ... Ronald Arthur Bantz

Don McManus ... Erick Reese Hillman (as Don R. McManus)

Ned Romero ... Leston Havens
William J. White ... Dave the Cook
Young Mo ... Soon Ae
Harry Pringle ... Henry Morningstar
Cecilia White ... Mrs. Johnson (as Cecelia White)
Raymond S. Nielsen Sr. ... Freddy
George Barril ... Bill

Madeleine Carroll ... Princess Flavia (archive footage) (uncredited)

Ronald Colman ... Rudolf Rassendyll (archive footage) (uncredited)

David Niven ... Fritz von Tarlenheim (archive footage) (uncredited)

C. Aubrey Smith ... Colonel Zapt (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 25: Old Tree

24 May 1993
An old tree near Cicely seems to be on its last legs and the locals enlist Joel to make a diagnosis.

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: Three Doctors

20 September 1993
Ed is trying to figure out why he keeps waking up in strange places. Dr Fleischman is suffering from mysterious symptoms, but naturally doesn't trust the locals' diagnosis. Shelley has been singing for months.

Season 5, Episode 2: The Mystery of the Old Curio Shop

27 September 1993
The past comes back to haunt the residents (of Cicely) when Maurice works himself into a minor heart attack while over-fretting his age. Maggie relives a childhood fantasy, and Joel traces the history of Cicely to long-forgotten Jewish predecessor.

Season 5, Episode 3: Jaws of Life

4 October 1993
The dentist comes to town and everyone is scared. Maurice is cast in wax. Chris finds out he's going to live past 40.

Season 5, Episode 4: Altered Egos

11 October 1993
Obsession reaches new heights when Chris is dismayed that his ex-lover can't find any difference between him and Bernard in bed. Joel worries about losing his New York "edge". And Marilyn snoops through the medical files to find her perfect man.

Season 5, Episode 5: A River Doesn't Run Through It

25 October 1993
Maggie is asked to be homecoming queen. Ed reflects on success. Maurice gets beat on a business deal.

Season 5, Episode 6: Birds of a Feather

1 November 1993
Family matters come to the forefront when Joel's parents, Nadine and Herb, visit. Nadine finds a unique connection with Marilyn and the eagles. Meanwhile Shelly is concerned that Holling will miss out on special father-son moments with their new baby after he announces that he's bored with sports.

Season 5, Episode 7: Rosebud

8 November 1993
Ed is struggling to find his path in life and it doesn't help when Maurice wants to use his Hollywood contacts to organize a film festival. Joel's own path seems to have gone up in smoke when his truck ignites after he turns down Ruth-Anne's offer to join the volunteer fire department.

Rob Morrow ... Dr. Joel Fleischman

Barry Corbin ... Maurice J. Minnifield

Janine Turner ... Maggie O'Connell

John Cullum ... Holling Vincoeur

Darren E. Burrows ... Ed Chigliak

John Corbett ... Chris Stevens

Cynthia Geary ... Shelly Marie Tambo

Elaine Miles ... Marilyn Whirlwind
Peg Phillips ... Ruth-Anne Miller

Peter Bogdanovich ... Himself

Graham Greene ... Leonard Quinhagak
William J. White ... Dave the Cook
Cliff Lenderman ... Fireman
Peggy O'Connell ... Story Teller

Anne Baxter ... Lucy Morgan (archive footage) (uncredited)

Ray Collins ... Jack Amberson (archive footage) (uncredited)

Dolores Costello ... Isabel Amberson Minafer (archive footage) (uncredited)

Joseph Cotten ... Eugene Morgan / Jedediah Leland (archive footage) (uncredited)
Al Eben ... Solly (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tim Holt ... George Minafer (archive footage) (uncredited)

Orson Welles ... Kane (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: Heal Thyself

15 November 1993
When Leonard brings Ed along on a shaman visit, the patient grows closer to him, which is sabotaged by a creature called the Green Man.

Season 5, Episode 9: A Cup of Joe

22 November 1993
Chris tries to get a pilot license. Ed discovers an old diary and learns an disturbing fact. Marilyn acts as a sleuth.

Season 5, Episode 10: First Snow

13 December 1993
Cicely begins to winterize as the first snow comes. One of Joel's patients tells him she's going to die. Shelley tells a terrible lie.

Season 5, Episode 11: Baby Blues

3 January 1994
Shelley faces the reality she'll soon be a mother. Ed has a Hollywood agent scout him. Maggie throws Shelley a baby shower.

Season 5, Episode 12: Mr. Sandman

10 January 1994
The citizens of Cicely start having strange dreams. They soon realize they're sharing each others dreams. Holling has a revulsion to food.

Season 5, Episode 13: Mite Makes Right

17 January 1994
Maurice purchases a rare violin, then has problems with the person he hires to authenticate it. Maggie becomes obsessed over dust mites. Maggie and Joel start dating.

Season 5, Episode 14: A Bolt from the Blue

24 January 1994
Joel has to talk a park ranger out of a fire tower. Maurice plans a fireworks show, but has objections from Adam. Ed gets struck by lightning.

Season 5, Episode 15: Hello, I Love You

31 January 1994
Ruth Anne and Walt get stranded on a trip. Every time Shelley goes to the Laundromat she sees her daughter at a different age.

Season 5, Episode 16: Northern Hospitality

28 February 1994
Joel throws a dinner party for his friends. A guy commits suicide and blames Chris for a song he heard. Shelley takes off for Canada.

Season 5, Episode 17: Una Volta in L'Inverno

7 March 1994
Ruth Anne tries to learn Italian. Walt abuses a prescription. Joel gets snowed in on his way to a conference. A herd of Caribou block the streets.

Season 5, Episode 18: Fish Story

14 March 1994
Joel hooks a legendary fish. Ruth Anne runs off on Chris's motorcycle and runs with a motorcycle gang. Holling has an artistic crisis.

Season 5, Episode 19: The Gift of the Maggie

28 March 1994
Maurice's heater blows up and his house catches on fire. Chris has an encounter with a cunning deer. Maggie tries to help Joel.

Season 5, Episode 20: A Wing and a Prayer

11 April 1994
Maggie tries to build a plane with Maurice. Ed witnesses a private moment between Walt and Ruth Anne. Ruth Anne confides in Ed and Ed tells everyone.

Season 5, Episode 21: I Feel the Earth Move

2 May 1994
Ron and Eric plan their wedding, Holling is hired to cater, Maggie begins to experience earthquakes and Joel peeks inside Marilyn's diary.

Season 5, Episode 22: Grand Prix

9 May 1994
Maurice sponsors a wheel chair race. Ed takes on a case as a shaman. Marilyn's boyfriend Ted takes a job and becomes obsessed with money and success, which causes a rift.

Rob Morrow ... Dr. Joel Fleischman (credit only)

Barry Corbin ... Maurice J. Minnifield

Janine Turner ... Maggie O'Connell

John Cullum ... Holling Vincoeur

Darren E. Burrows ... Ed Chigliak

John Corbett ... Chris Stevens

Cynthia Geary ... Shelly Marie Tambo (credit only)

Elaine Miles ... Marilyn Whirlwind
Peg Phillips ... Ruth-Anne Miller
Kristine Kirsten ... Kim Greer

Apesanahkwat ... Lester Haines
Tim Sampson ... Ted Banks

Phil Fondacaro ... Green Man
David McSwain ... Cliff Zweibel (as Dave McSwain)

Ben Reed ... External Validation

Markus Flanagan ... Grant Saperstein
Craig Blanchette ... Mike

Dennis Bateman ... Co-Dependency
Keith Egawa ... Julian
Raymond Gendrin ... Ben
Vernon Joe ... Jimmy
Jacob Heilveil ... Soong

Gina Marie ... Heidi Beck (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 23: Blood Ties

16 May 1994
Cicely has a blood drive which Maurice turns into a competition and a running bet. Maggie's old beau Jed comes for a visit. Ed hires a P.I. to help find out if a woman in town is his birth mother.

Season 5, Episode 24: Lovers and Madmen

23 May 1994
Maurice bribes a doctor to get a violinist released as he prepares a big birthday for Barbara.

Season 6

Season 6, Episode 1: Dinner at Seven Thirty

19 September 1994
In an alternate reality, Fleishman is married to Shelly, Maggie is his nanny, Ruth Ann is a prominent physician whom he seeks partnership with, Chris tries to jump off a building and Maurice walks into their dinner party gun in hand.

Season 6, Episode 2: Eye of the Beholder

26 September 1994
Maggie regrets her auction donation and attempts to buy the item back from Chris, Shelly wakes up in Miranda's doll house to find Ruth Ann portraying the original owner, and Ed, turned P.I., films Hayden committing insurance fraud.

Season 6, Episode 3: Shofar, So Good

3 October 1994
Marilyn walks out on her job; Maurice tries to impress an aristocratic English dame but Ruth Ann rescues the fox he intends to hunt; Holling's daughter has stood him up and Dr. Fleishman meets the ghosts of Yom Kippur past, present and future.

Season 6, Episode 4: The Letter

10 October 1994
Maggie's 15 year old self haunts her; Shelly regrets throwing away a chain letter; cantankerous new barber Angelo is at odds with Chris; Joel finds out his head bump is malignant so he borrows Chris' bike & goes for a reckless joy ride.

Season 6, Episode 5: The Robe

17 October 1994
Ed mixes Dr Fleischman's trial prescriptions with placebos; Maurice bullies him to find out what's in the pills; Chris becomes jealous of his ventriloquist dummy & Shelly sees her casino dreams come true when the Devil comes into town.

Season 6, Episode 6: Zarya

31 October 1994
Through the magic of Ed's film reels, thanks to Marilyn's storytelling, the main characters go back in time to star as Cicely's residents back when Anastasia Romanov, Duchess of Russia, came to town, in the early 1900s.

Season 6, Episode 7: Full Upright Position

7 November 1994
Maurice mentors his young visiting cousin also named Maurice; Dr Fleischman & Maggie get stuck on a grounded, smoking plane to Russia and Chris becomes absorbed in electricity science projects.

Season 6, Episode 8: Up River

14 November 1994
Ed tracks Dr. Fleischman up river living a primitive life after Maggie asked him to move out; Chris' inept contractor botches up his trailer renovations & love-struck Ruth-Anne pines over Walt who is out checking traps.

Season 6, Episode 9: Sons of the Tundra

28 November 1994
A new doctor moves into town with his wife; Holling yearns to join Maurice's exclusive stag club "Sons of the Tundra", and Ed eats a spirit trout that gives him the power to live future events before they happen.

Season 6, Episode 10: Realpolitik

15 December 1994
Marilyn invests $5000 in a husky which she brings to work; Chris develops a crush on new Cicely mayor, Maggie and the new doctor goes up river to meet Joel for golf.

Season 6, Episode 11: The Great Mushroom

4 January 1995
Maggie visits Joel up river for his birthday & fears for his life; too many people show up for the Capra's party & a stranded couple spend the night; Ed overcomes his fear of his computer.

Season 6, Episode 12: Mi Casa, Su Casa

11 January 1995
House-sitting for Maurice, Ed assumes his personality & throws lavish parties; Holling throws Maggie non-stop curves to buying Barbara's house and Joel feels the need to defend his lifestyle to a placid Marilyn.

Season 6, Episode 13: Horns

18 January 1995
Dr. Capra fights Maurice over an additive in his Cicely water which is making women lustful & aggressive and causing men to act like women. Joel, officially freed from his AK contract fights Shelly for his tapes that she has usurped.

Season 6, Episode 14: The Mommy's Curse

1 February 1995
Maggie is afraid to tell her mother her wedding to Joel is off; her mother's boyfriend dies at the Brick; Ruth-Anne hires Walt and Holling ditches a miffed Maurice to build Dr. Capra's boat so Maurice invites Ed to a sauna.

Season 6, Episode 15: The Quest

8 February 1995
Dr Fleischman enlists Maggie to accompany him in a quest for the Lost Jewelled City where they will encounter classic fairy tale myths; Chris sues Dr Capra for malpractice and Michelle has to review The Brick for a restaurant guide.

Season 6, Episode 16: Lucky People

15 February 1995
Dr Capra buys land then gets agoraphobia & tries to get his money back from Maurice; Michelle resents an anonymous gift of clothes; Maurice thinks the Vincoeurs' daughter is his uncle reincarnated & the town celebrates Founders' Day.

Season 6, Episode 17: The Graduate

8 March 1995
Chris attempts to get his Master's degree in Comparative Literature in spite of two quarreling professors. Maggie buys the town theater and goes into business. Holling has a surprise show up in town and reveals an even bigger secret.

Season 6, Episode 18: Little Italy

15 March 1995
Dr Capra befriends an Italian restaurateur feuding with his neighbor, one of his patients who extends the vendetta onto him. Ruth-Anne becomes a popular radio storyteller & the Vincoeurs enlist mayor Maggie to settle a domestic dispute.

Season 6, Episode 19: Balls

4 June 1995
Cicely is in a mixed-doubles bowling tournament and Michelle is their star bowler. Chris finally realizes he's romantically interested in Maggie and she seems to reciprocate the feeling. Michelle leaves Phil and moves into the Brick.

Barry Corbin ... Maurice J. Minnifield

Janine Turner ... Maggie O'Connell

John Cullum ... Holling Vincoeur

Darren E. Burrows ... Ed Chigliak

John Corbett ... Chris Stevens

Cynthia Geary ... Shelly Marie Tambo

Elaine Miles ... Marilyn Whirlwind (credit only)
Peg Phillips ... Ruth-Anne Miller

Teri Polo ... Michelle Schodowski Capra

Paul Provenza ... Dr. Phillip Capra
Moultrie Patten ... Walt Kupfer

Charmaine Craig ... Heather Haines

Apesanahkwat ... Lester Haines

Wayne Pére ... Prof. Bob Pickering (as Wayne Péré)
James L. Dunn ... Hayden Keyes
Angelique von Halle ... April
Matt Smith ... Bowler
Ragna Sigrun ... Saleswoman

Leo G. Carroll ... The Professor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Cary Grant ... Roger O. Thornhill (archive footage) (uncredited)

Eva Marie Saint ... Eve Kendall (archive footage) (uncredited)
Julie Sole ... Marsha (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 20: Buss Stop

24 April 1995
Michelle decides to put on the play, Bus Stop, but is running into problems: Ron bribes her to cast Erick in a role; Holling gets drunk during rehearsals; Chris cannot kiss Maggie and Shelly is jealous of not getting the lead female role.

Season 6, Episode 21: Ursa Minor

12 July 1995
Ed adopts an orphan bear then can't get rid of him; Chris cheats on Maggie inside his lucid dreams; Michelle takes up waitressing at The Brick and Maurice seeks to increase Cicely's population.

Season 6, Episode 22: Let's Dance

19 July 1995
Cal turns himself in, serenades Maurice & Barbara who falls for him; Dr Capra has offended Marilyn's mother; Hayden tells him his apology made things worse & Holling suggests he takes Cotillion; Marilyn teaches Chris how to waltz.

Season 6, Episode 23: Tranquility Base

26 July 1995
Maurice is planning on asking Barbara to marry him but reconsiders when she punches him. Holling is acting like a caribou in rut; Michelle gets lost in the woods and meets Rabbi Schulman; Chris acknowledges his love for Maggie.

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