Northern Exposure (1990–1995)
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Dreams, Schemes and Putting Greens 

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 ... See full summary »

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Dr. Joel Fleischman
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Maurice J. Minnifield
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Maggie O'Connell
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Holling Vincoeur
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Ed Chigliak
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Shelly Marie Tambo
Lenny Imamura ...
Chiba
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Masuto
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Marilyn
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Rick Pederson
Peg Phillips ...
Ruth-Anne
Anthony Curry ...
Gorman Tambo
William Douglas Smith ...
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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. Written by ducksonarow

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2 August 1990 (USA)  »

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Chris Stevens: This is Chris In The Morning with a special K-Bear, Arrowhead County welcome to Mr. Okie Masuto and Mr. Vincent Chiba. Ohaiyo gozaimasu
[Good morning]
Chris Stevens: . O-genki desu ka
[How are you]
Chris Stevens: ? Howdy, boys!
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