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Newlyweds Rio and Mike make the decision to change the course of their life together and move from the relentless pace of big city New York to what they think will be a more relaxed existence in rural Nebraska. After dropping everything --including their jobs and overbearing mother-in-law -- to make the move from skyscrapers to farmhouses, they soon realize that the simpler life isn't as easy as they planned. Rio and Mike must now learn how to weather the storm as they are faced with unexpected challenges in their new life as farmers.

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When a tornado touches down in Bucksnort, everyone's concerns about their current situations are heightened; Mike and Beau are still at odds about their egg businesses; a mix-up with pregnancy tests leads to confusion.
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Mike jumps at a chance to earn a wealthy restaurateur's business as her egg supplier; after Mike seeks Beau's help with his pitch, Beau attempts to get the business for himself.
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Mike's family comes to Bucksnort to surprise him for his birthday; a shocking family secret involving Rudy is unveiled; Constance and Clara attempt to help Brandon find a girlfriend via online dating apps.
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Kay asks Mike and Rio to help chaperone Jacob's after-prom event at the community center; Mike recognizes that Beau is upset about Jacob going to college, so he tries to get Beau drunk at the after-prom in order to get him to talk about his feelings.

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