Billie is threatened when James hires another film critic at the paper and sets out to prove how valuable she is.
When Debra gets a part-time job in the big city, Marie is left wondering what's to become of her family now that they will be neglected.
Brian is heartbroken when he learns his dream girl is 12 years old. Antonio is put in charge of Joe and Helen's safety.
Brian saves the day when he lands a plane.
The real reason Clayton Industries purchased Sandpiper is revealed.
Sandpiper Air begins to fly for a country music tour. When the tour falls apart, the new owner disappears.
The suicide hotline proves to be good for Antonio. Helen competes with a gourmet food cart.
Joe and Helen learn to deal with their "overly neighborly" neighbors.
Joe and Helen have to explain how they torched Brian's house. An insurance investigator is suspicious of the whole scenario.
R.J., Roy Biggins's estranged gay son, returns to Nantucket to celebrate his father's birthday and confronts him about his lifestyle.
Antonio is depressed that he is destined to be alone, so Joe and Brian unknowingly arrange a date with a prostitute.
While in Boston, Lowell witnesses a gangland murder and is forced to enter the Federal Witness Protection Program.
Joe and Brian are paid to fly a deceased old man back to Nantucket and accidentally bring back the wrong body -- so Joe has to pose as a corpse.
When Antonio's cousin Dominic comes to the island with his fiancée Teresa, Antonio discovers his own feelings for her are more than platonic.
When Lewis Blanchard comes to the island to be by his dying uncle's bedside, everyone is eyeing the man's estate even before he has kicked the bucket.
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