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In the small coastal town of Imperial Beach, Calif., the Yost surfing dynasty seems to be suffering a karmic wipeout. Grandfather Mitch Yost has held the sport in cynical disregard ever since he nearly destroyed his knee in a surfing accident years ago, and both he and his wife, Cissy, have watched their son, Butchie, surrender his own promise to a life of hardcore drugs. Over Mitch's objections, Cissy hopes their teenaged grandson, Shaun, may be able to use his own prowess on the waves to shake off the curse that seems to hang over the family. And the sense that something miraculous may be in the offing is only intensified by the arrival of an enigmatic young stranger who seems to be from another planet altogether. To anyone who asks, however, this eccentric visitor insists he's simply John from Cincinnati.

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Butchie and Kai have a joyous revelation; Imperial Beach plays host to a makeshift parade.
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Mitch tracks down a reclusive chemist in Mexico; Cissy heads up a search team; Bill loses his feathered medium.
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The citizens of Imperial Beach fear for Shaun's safety after John gives them an ominous message.
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Someone challenges Linc's reign; Dwayne considers Shaun's online future; Dr. Smith tends to ailing Palaka.
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Butchie orchestrates a reunion between Shaun and Tina; John helps Bill and Cissy face their pasts.
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Bill gets a strange mandate from Zippy; Tina lets the Yost family know that she is back in town.
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Some thugs rough up John; Kai connects with Butchie; Dr. Smith gets a new patient; Shaun's mother arrives in Imperial Beach.
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Dr. Smith believes a paranormal phenomenon has occurred within the Yost family; Kai takes John to her trailer; Cass comforts Mitch.
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Linc tries to infiltrate the Yost inner circle; Barry has a change of heart about the fate of the motel; Shaun has unexpected results when he takes part in a surfing competition.
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Mitch Yost thinks he has had an hallucination; a stranger arrives at the Snug Harbor Motel; police arrest Cissy; Shaun and Bill take a detour on the way to a surfing event.

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