Carol gets a gig at the Sunspot.
When Arthur finds a lost puppy without a collar, he tries to come up with a way to make his father let him keep it.
The police pressure Kevin to set up Richard Long; Rachel is terrified on her wedding day.
Kevin is caught in a ruse concocted by his boss; Carol leaves Nick; Rachael hosts a marriage counseling weekend.
Tia and Sheri's (Stacy Grant, Enuka Okuma) wedding shower for Rachael (Joely Collins) is going well until Kevin (Peter Stebbings) overhears Sheri's secret.
Nick (Stephan Fanning) doesn't like it when Carol (Sarah Strange) goes on the road with a friend while he is away fishing.
Kevin's boss asks him to track down a former associate; Carol's relationship with Nick grows tense and violent.
Sheri is attracted to a wilderness guide while on a shoot; Derek finds he has a talent for writing ad copy.
Jamie and his dad (Chris Martin, Jerry Wasserman) become friends over drinks; Kevin (Peter Stebbings) realizes he and Sheri (Enuka Okuma) are on different paths.
Tia (Stacy Grant) organizes a Christian rock concert; Neill (David Lovgren) confronts Rachael (Joely Collins) about changes at Lavaland.
Jamie adjusts to Army life; gay-bashers target Kyle; Sheri and Kevin enjoy the good life.
Sheri finally gets a modeling contract and blows her money on new clothes; Kevin shows up for his new job only to find his boss missing.
Jamie (Chris Martin) lets it slip that Kyle (Adam Beach) is gay; Carol (Sarah Strange) realizes she is in love with Nick (Stephan Fanning).
Sheri's chance encounter with a modeling agent leads to a new occupation; one of Kevin's fares offers him a job.
Jamie struggles in the army while Kyle does well; Carol's agent leaves her but keeps her money; Tia returns with religion.
On the day of their divorce Kevin and Sheri find a child living on the street and, in helping her, rediscover themselves.
A single mother tries to seduce Jamie; Rachael must choose between men; Carol gets a songwriting contract.
Sheri reassesses her relationship with Aaron; Neill's fiancee arrives; Jamie's new job turns dangerous.
Rachael and her boss decide to consummate their relationship; Carol is jealous of her mother's sex life.
Carol's solo career; Derek tries to revitalize his dad's business; Rachael is interested in her boss.
Jamie (Chris Martin) has trouble with his welfare application; Mick and Red feel friction in their relationship.
Derek (William Sasso) hires Jamie (Chris Martin) but soon regrets it; Kevin (Peter Stebbings) inherits a chef's hat at the cable channel.
Rachael's effort to help a vagrant girl turns destructive; a handsome student enlists Sheri's aid in a protest.
Beth (Shaira Holman) ruins Carol's (Sarah Strange) club debut; Jamie's (Chris Martin) father ends his support.
Kevin produces a documentary on street children; Sheri and Rachael are forced to share miserable living quarters.
Jamie's laziness gets both him and Mick fired from their new jobs; a family crisis interferes with Derek's career aspirations.
Rachael (Joely Collins) is fired for lying on her resume; Tia (Stacy Grant) dumps Jamie (Chris Martin).
Carol is forced to temp for a chauvinistic boss; Kevin's frustration with his film instructor gets the whole class in trouble.
Jamie moves out; Carol's band auditions for a record label; Derek's foray into comedy flops; Tom makes a sexist remark.
After Tia (Stacy Grant) learns she didn't win the hospital volunteer award, she gets drunk and sleeps with Jamie (Chris Martin).
Rachael (Joely Collins) revels in the fact that she has two boyfriends; Jamie and RJ (Chris Martin, Jonathan Scarfe) recruit Tom (Chad Willet) to play laser tag.
Penny and Carol fight when Carol picks up a hitchhiker; Kevin has a bad day; Monica hurts RJ's feelings.
RJ (Jonathan Scarfe) falls for an older woman (Venus Terzo); Derek and Grant (William Sasso, Yee Jee Tso) become business partners; Tia (Stacy Grant) kisses Jamie (Chris Martin).
Sheri and Kevin's baby is born prematurely; Jamie's parents try another therapist; Rachael courts someone on the Internet.
Sheri (Enuka Vanessa Okuma) has trouble adjusting to living in Kevin's (Peter Stebbings) basement; Carol (Sarah Strange) quits school and hits the road.
Jamie's (Chris Martin) mother moves out; Tom (Chad Willet) decides to stay; Penny (Michelle Beaudoin) agrees to write a class paper for Carol (Sarah Strange).
Kevin's (Peter Stebbings) surprise upsets Sheri (Enuka Vanessa Okuma); Mick (Barry Pepper) offers to substitute as bass player.
Kevin helps Carol make a music video; Jamie's father's girlfriend makes a pass at him; Sheri moves back in with Kevin.
Carol's attempts to play nursemaid only irritate her mother; Sheri leaves Kevin; circumstances put Derek on center stage.
Jamie (Chris Martin) thinks Tia (Stacy Grant) is upset about having sex; RJ (Jonathan Scarfe) arranges an elaborate, romantic evening with Monica (Venus Terzo).
Sheri enjoys herself at Tom's party until Kevin arrives; Carol and Penny's search yields unsatisfying results.
Derek and Penny discover that Jamie is considering suicide; Kevin proposes to Sheri; Carol wins a lottery.
RJ gets a phone call from his birth mother; Jamie attempts to renew old friendships; Tia gets revenge.
Tia takes Tom on a mystery date to a deserted island; Kevin and Sheri tell their parents of her pregnancy.
Kevin and Sheri investigate the possibility of selling their child; Jamie is arrested for selling stolen property.
RJ (Jonathan Scarfe) agrees to fight Vincent; Carol (Sarah Strange) searches her soul for answers concerning her sexuality. With Chad Willet.
Jamie takes Rachael to a concert but dumps her when he sees Penny; Vincent tries to force himself on Tia.
Sheri comes to a decision concerning her pregnancy; Jamie's new friends break into Derek's father's store.
Carol skips school to attend band practice; Tia receives love letters; Sheri tells Kevin that she is pregnant.
Penny's dreams of a career are shattered when her boss tries to seduce her; Jamie becomes involved with a group of delinquents.
The gang comes to grips with Twister's death, but Jamie can't deal with his feelings of guilt and grief.
Tom's estranged father returns; Jamie and Twister's boat trip turns deadly; a new student, Tia Winslow, arrives.
Jamie (Chris Martin) learns of his father's affair; Penny (Michelle Beaudoin) ends her relationship with Jamie; Carol (Sarah Strange) joins a band.
Penny's (Michelle Beaudoin) environmental battle to preserve the forests results in unemployment for a friend's father. With Sarah Strange.
A teenager struggles with feelings of hurt and concern when her childhood friend begins to gravitate toward the "fast" crowd.
A bright high-school athlete begins to crack under the strain of raising his younger brother while his alcoholic mother works long hours.
Greg realizes the value of school when he nearly loses his job and home.
Physically immature Paul learns body building won't make him a man.
A determined high-school senior finds the pressure of keeping up with her overloaded schedule too much to handle.
Allison and Sam reevaluate their relationship after he tries to go too far.
When Alex's racist remarks to a Chilean student incite a brawl the vice principal makes them seek peer mediation.
Michael, a troubled Native youth, must adjust when his absentee father returns after ten years.
The home stress of an out-of-work father and an overworked mother causes a teen to consider life on the streets as an attractive option.
A 16-year-old's fear of abandonment causes her to lash out when her single mother begins a romantic relationship.
An act of senseless brutality serves as the catalyst for a group of friends' descent into the world of street violence.
Several violent episodes convince a teen that he is destined to turn out just like his abusive, alcoholic father.
A talented student, frustrated with the disorderly state of his history class, publicly humiliates his teacher for his lack of control.