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A teacher in Michigan's Upper Peninsula explores subject matters such as pancakes, blueberries, eggs, toast, sausage, bacon, English muffins, coffee, orange juice, maple syrup, waffles, cornbread, and strawberries.

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Joe Pera attempts to show viewers how to properly dance by yourself at a co-worker's wedding.
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Joe Pera takes viewers along on his Fall Loop, the drive he does every year on the Saturday following Halloween.
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Joe Pera takes viewers for Saturday morning breakfast at his favorite family restaurant.
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Joe Pera, a middle school choir teacher, presents to viewers the importance of Northern Michigan geology, especially iron; he also touches on copper, azurite and tourmaline.
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As summer ends, Joe Pera meets the new school year head-on, with new pairs of sneakers and weak cups of coffee.
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Joe Pera attempts to pack the perfect lunch on the last night of summer before school begins.
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Joe Pera and his friend Gene take a road trip to Milwaukee to find out where fashion comes from.
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Joe attempts to write something meaningful.
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Joe Pera organizes a surprise special event with a cash prize for friends.
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Joe Pera attempts to talk viewers back to sleep on a rainy night.
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Unable to sleep, Joe Pera stays up late and shares some of his favorite internet videos, including "Yoobi on Wheels."
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Joe Pera browses produce at the store.
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Joe Pera waits for his Nana to finish her appointment so they can go to Friday night fish fry.
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Middle school choir teacher Joe Pera shares what he knows about beans, one of the most nutritious plants of all time, as well as his ambitious plans for the upcoming summer.
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Joe Pera answers viewers' questions about cold weather sports such as ice hockey, downhill skiing, snowmobiling and luge.
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Joe Pera attempts to present a spirited New Year's Eve celebration to viewers as well as his neighbor's five-year-old daughter, whom he is babysitting.
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Joe Pera reads the announcements at church on the second Sunday of Advent.
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Joe Pera helps teach his friend's wife how to play a song on the piano in time for her 40th anniversary party.
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Joe goes to a bachelor party in the forest.
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When the power goes out on a summer evening, Joe Pera wanders around the neighborhood to see what his neighbors are up to; some of Michigan's best lighthouses are featured.
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Joe Pera demonstrates the difference between hiking and just walking outside by using one's legs to go up Sugarloaf Mountain to celebrate the last day of school.

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