Hub shows an interest in joining the priesthood; Grace plans her revenge on Van, but discovers she has been double crossed.
Grace (Kathryn Greenwood) ends her relationship with Van (Andrew Jackson), but then decides to give him another chance.
Jim Flett discovers that "The Masked Rider" is nothing like his movie persona; Grace discovers that her new husband is a con man.
Hub helps a friend get a job at the mine; Honey swallows her pride and pays homage to May at an awards ceremony.
Local merchants are concerned with the loss of business due to a polio outbreak, but Max is more concerned with the health and safety of the town.
Eddie Jackson coaches Fat at the chess championships; Hub's friend competes in the Olympics; Grace has faith in her mother's fighting spirit.
Max (James Carroll) joins the mayoral race against Alden Cramp who is supported by May (Shirley Douglas).
Honey's former doctor threatens to ruin Max's anniversary plans; Hub and Fat learn lessons about love.
Grace (Kathryn Greenwood) becomes part of a professional con job when she joins what she believes to be a prank. With Andrew Jackson.
The family must come to terms with its' attitudes when May gets a new caretaker.
May's family comes together to help her after she is left paralyzed by a stroke.
Honey tries to regain the town's business when she reopens the beauty parlor; Grace and Van elope; May has a stroke.
A mysterious stranger aggressively pursues Grace (Kathryn Greenwood); Fat (Tyrone Savage) learns a hard lesson about gambling.
Archie tries to step up his relationship with Toppy; Pritchard's grandparents arrive and threaten to separate him from his father; Alice must make an important decision.
Hub pulls out all the stops to escort Laura to the Toronto Winter Ball; Toppy gets stuck between the demands of her resentful daughter and her soon-to-be former husband.
The Bailey's get ready to welcome Honey home; Alice must make a life-changing decision; May rethinks her feelings for Eddy.
A well-known flying ace lands in New Bedford, causing Ollie to question whether he himself has reached the heights he once expected.
Max writes a mystery story for a contest and Callie becomes convinced she is the target of a murder plot.
Fat's obsession with beating his opponent in the ring is fueled by his resentment toward his more athletic brother.
Alden (Dan MacDonald) is forced to face his past; Roolie (Moira Wylie) denies the existence of her estranged son, Karl (Dennis O'Connor).
A sensational evangelist (Stephanie Morgenstern) takes refuge in New Bedford after she finds her faith sorely tested.
Maisey finds herself reunited with her father after her grandfather dies.
An adventure novelist's arrival in New Bedford brings Grace, Toppy, Max and Fat to reconsider life in a small town.
A pregnant Alice turns to Hub for support; Grace feels like she's lost her sex appeal after Ollie suggests she buys a plain-old car.
Toppy, just separated from her husband, faces moral condemnation for trying to start her own business; swing music comes to town.
Grace's quiet country vacation is interrupted by a terrifying night in the woods and a hostage situation.
Fat is confused by events; Grace plays a major role in Ollie and Marjorie's wedding.
Honey (Cynthia Belliveau) nurses a family stricken with the flu.
Honey (Cynthia Belliveau) is concerned over Hub's (Dylan Provencher) behavior.
The radio station holds a dance marathon.
A film director's arrival in town fuels Grace's dreams of stardom; Fat enters a public-speaking contest.
Max disagrees with Principal Whitney's discipline; Grace becomes obsessed with the Dionne quintuplets.
May boycotts the bank after a credit request is turned down; Del teaches orienteering skills to children.
The Burlesque Bandits, a local crime gang, terrorize New Bedford; a mysterious newcomer is interested in Maisy.
May (Shirley Douglas) inherits a crystal skull with extraordinary powers; Maisy (Dalene Irvine) confronts the truth about her father.
Hub is smitten with Alice; Del is partner in a new bus line; the boy's basketball team is challenged to an exhibition game.
Photographer Tucker Findlay arrives for the fair and tries to con the townspeople; Toppy's daughter Doris visits.
Hub, Fat and Daisy (Dylan Provencher, Tyrone Savage, Dalene Irvine) enter the New Bedford Bed Race; Grace (Kathryn Greenwood) resigns herself to being a spinster.
May Bailey fights to get back Silver Dome Mine; Luc Gerrard woos Grace with business motives in mind.
Luc (Carl Marotte) agrees to lend May (Shirley Douglas) money; Honey (Cynthia Belliveau) goes into labor.
May tries to hide her illness from the family.
Cousin Jessie unexpectedly visits New Bedford; Max discovers iron ore deposits on suspected worthless land; May meets Hugo Gerrard and his son Luc.
Honey and Max (Cynthia Belliveau, James Carroll) take a weekend trip to Toronto, leaving Grace and Del (Kathryn Greenwood, Ron Lea) to watch the children.
Grace is hired as manager of the local radio station, but her cancellation of the Rev. Milo's Bible Hour outrages the community.
Max and Honey seek support for a career day at school; Hub vows to run the mine someday; Fat rethinks a possible police career.
Honey's (Cynthia Belliveau) happy announcement gets different reactions; Leo (Gordon Pinsent) helps May (Shirley Douglas) with the striking workers.
Kid Dynamite creates excitement when the World Wrestling Tour comes to New Bedford; Uncle Joe proves he's a champion when the wrestlers skip town.
Bob fights to save his marriage and the mine; Del helps Ollie try to win Grace; the town turns hostile toward the Baileys after a mine explosion.
An old prospector returns to town with his rebellious granddaughter in tow.
Grace (Kathryn Greenwood) wows New Bedford with her secret identity as radio advice psychologist Dr. Veronica Love.
The blended family struggle to adjust in their small quarters.
Honey (Cynthia Belliveau) accepts Max's marriage proposal; May interferes as Max and Honey plan to leave New Bedford.
Honey (Cynthia Belliveau) tries to bring baby Violet home, which creates problems in the Bailey household.
May (Shirley Douglas) tries to rescue Hub (Dylan Provencher) from the friends that she believes are a bad influence.
The boys scheme to make money to buy Honey a birthday present; May gets blamed when fund-raising proceeds are missing.
While Honey tries to bring the baby home, Uncle Joe brings other troubles when he pays a surprise visit to New Bedford.
May (Shirley Douglas) disapproves of Graces' (Kathryn Greenwood) plan to join Judd (Dan Redican) at an out-of-town wedding.
Aunt Toppy (Robing Craig) becomes consumed with producing one of Max's (James Carroll) old, unsold radio plays for the stage.
Dealing with a new job and a difficult mother-in-law, Honey finds herself attracted to a charming, yet self-centered police officer.
Fat plays a small role in a Chautaugua show; Aunt Grace helps Honey when hardship forces her into a charity shelter.
Though everyone is relieved that Hub and Fat no longer have to watch over Pal, the collie refuses to leave Hub's side.
Honey faces her limitations when she cannot find another job; Hub and Fat look to win first prize at the Fall Fair Human Pyramid contest.
Hub and Fat (Dylan Provencher, Tyrone Savage) fantasize about collecting the reward offered for information about a bank robbery.
Honey looks for work in another city; misfortune follows Hub and Fat when they run away from their grandmother's house.
Facing bankruptcy and life without her recently deceased husband, Honey is forced by her mother-in-law to give up her children.