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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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Mike and Rio enter the best hen competition at the county fair with their prized chicken to prove themselves to the community; sparks fly between Rudy and Constance; Kay and Beau struggle with some marital issues.
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Rio and Mike must come up with ways to make money to afford a new water heater; Mike decides to sell their chickens' eggs at the local farmers market; Rio tries to find new clients for therapy.
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Rio has trouble adjusting to social and cultural differences between New York and Nebraska, resulting in a few awkward encounters; Mike and Rio convince Rudy and Beau to step out of their comfort zone by getting them to express their feelings.
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Mike attempts to fit in with the Coffee Boys to get rid of his old nickname; Rio finally gets Constance to open up to her and discovers that Constance likes Rudy.
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Rio and Mike are forced to find a new strategy for their soil when the weather forecast is not in their favor; Rio attempts to connect with new neighbors at the Bowman's potluck but ends up spicing up her romantic relationship with Mike.

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