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Looking for any semblance of the idyllic middle-class existence he knew before his father's death and the family business collapsing, a charming, eternally optimistic ex-surfer named Dud stumbles into his life's new path. He finds himself on the doorstep of a rundown fraternal lodge, where a "Luminous Knight" of the order, plumbing salesman Ernie, welcomes him with open arms. Lodge 49 offers Dud a world of cheap beer, easy friendship and some strange alchemical philosophies that may help him confront his deepest fears and greatest hopes.

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The Lodge's fate hangs in limbo; Dud resigns himself to a new path; Liz reaches her breaking point.
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Band Night at the Lodge; Dud and Ernie are eager to close their deal with Captain, but all may not be what it seems.
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Dud and Ernie accompany Captain on a journey into the night; Liz attempts to climb the corporate ladder.
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As Lodge members cope with the death of one of their own, a new visitor arrives with some troubling news.
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Larry divulges the secrets of the Lodge to Ernie, while Dud's new night security job leads him to an unusual discovery.
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Dud's new relationship goes well; Ernie prepares for the Sovereign Protector ceremony, despite Larry's growing madness.
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Dud and Ernie venture out into the kingdom of Long Beach to find Larry; Liz spends her day off at work.
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Liz and Dud hold a memorial for their father; Ernie and Connie finally get a weekend alone together.
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Dud becomes acquainted with the Lodge; Ernie battles with his fellow Lynx regarding Larry's declining health.
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Dud finds himself deposited by fate at the doorstep of Lodge 49, a dusty fraternal order which offers cheap beer and strange alchemical philosophies.
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The cast and creators reflect on Season 1.
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A talked-about scene from Season 1, episode 105 of the series.
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Inside episode 109 with the cast and crew of Season 1.
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A sneak peek of episode 106 from Season 1.
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A talked-about scene from episode 102 of "Lodge 49" Season 1.
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A talked-about scene from Season 1, episode 110 of the series.
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Inside episode 101 with the cast and crew of "Lodge 49."
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Inside episode 110 with the cast and crew of Season 1.
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The cast and creators give an inside look at what it was like filming in Long Beach, Calif., and describe how the location became its own character.
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Inside episode 104 with the cast and crew of Season 1.
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A sneak peek of episode 107 from Season 1.

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