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When it comes to dating on the island of Kodiak, Alaska, residents there often say, "The odds are good, but the goods can be a little odd." So six native Alaskan women -- fed up with scruffy men who are preoccupied with hunting and fishing -- cast their love line about 5,000 miles away in the sun-splashed and romance-filled city of Miami. This six-episode series documents how the women trade their rugged boots for high heels and fancy dates with firefighters, football players, personal trainers and cops. The cast includes Tina, who knows what she wants and how to get it; Jenny, who looks forward to ditching long socks and long johns for dresses and makeup; single mom Heather; Sabina, a free spirit who wants to be swept off her feet; quintessential Alaskan tomboy Lacy; and 22-year-old Haley, the youngest on the trip.

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The women have big decisions to make as they head back to Alaska; an unexpected visitor helps them realize what matters most.
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The women must decide the future of their relationships as they leave Miami; Tina finally meets a guy; Jenny's behavior gets out of control.
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Jenny and Heather fight over an Italian guy and the other women are forced to choose sides; Lacy and Sabina get closer with their Miami men; Tina's bad luck with dating starts taking its toll.
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The women get makeovers to improve their odds with Miami men; Sabina and Lacy find romance; Heather faces a dilemma when she falls for a personal trainer.
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The women arrive in Miami and it feels more like Mars to them; they don't know how to act or what to do; except Sabina who scores her first date.
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Six best friends from Alaska ditch the freezing weather and head to Miami to meet the men of their dreams.

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