Dick hits the links with the guys, only to discover that golf and gambling don’t mix.
Kirk’s grandmother arrives for a surprise visit just in time to accompany him on his long-awaited dream date with Leslie.
When Dick refers to her as a “homebody,” Joanna takes some serious umbrage and applies for a job at a local travel agency.
Although he’s somewhat skeptical, Dick comes to George’s defense when an out-of-this-world experience makes George the town laughingstock.
The café is robbed, and Kirk’s dishonest past comes back to haunt him as he learns the hard way about telling the truth.
The Loudons’ plans to visit New York are thwarted when Kirk checks into the hospital, leaving Larry, Darryl and Darryl in charge of the café.
Dick tries to repay an old debt to a washed-up comedian, but Joanna’s not laughing.
Kirk finds himself the object of wanton desire when Leslie’s pretty — and engaged — cousin comes to Vermont for some prewedding relaxation.
The Loudons are disappointed when their fun-loving friends arrive for a stay and treat their gracious hosts more like innkeepers than friends.
After a forty-year absence, George is reunited with an old flame, but the couple soon discovers that memories can be deceiving.
Dick’s first ski trip ends disastrously when he accidentally falls on Leslie, injuring her knee and jeopardizing her Olympic dreams.
Dick and Joanna are caught in the middle when a friend of Leslie’s arrives at the inn and announces that she’s divorcing her husband, a prominent U.S. senator.
At Joanna’s urging, Dick agrees to help a struggling writer, but his well-meaning words of encouragement are taken a bit too far.
Leslie’s dashing high school sweetheart arrives at the inn with hopes of winning her back, much to Kirk’s dismay.
When the Minuteman Café is shut down, the gang pitches in to help a neighbor in need. The problem is, that neighbor happens to be Kirk.
It’s time for the annual River Party, but Dick is on thin ice with Joanna, in spite of his best intentions.