An Irish road movie in space. Two down and out shuttle pilots take an important cargo from the Moon to Earth and all goes wrong. Along the way they discover they are not who they think they are forcing them to rethink their lives.
It’s been a few years, and there’s still not a lot going on 40 kilometers from nowhere. But that’s all about to change as the fine folks of Dog River, Saskatchewan face their biggest crisis ever. Brent and the gang discover that the town’s been badly mismanaged, leaving residents with little choice but to pack up and leave. As residents make one last rally to save Dog River as they know it, they discover a devious plan by a corporate chain that would change life for Dog Riverites forever.
Famous country singer John Dalton’s concert rehearsal is stalled when the entire crew receives a suicide note from Lita, the band’s bassist. After discovering that a Taser was used to immobilize her before her death, Jenn is skeptical that Lita’s death was actually suicide.
Laurel has the boyfriend of her dreams, Kevin. He can and will do anything for her. He is totally devoted to her but the downside is that he won’t leave her alone. When she tries to get some distance he responds with aggressiveness. It finally dawns on Laurel that he is not good for her. Laurel’s mother Jessica has already started to suspect that something is wrong with his background.
It’s a full Valentine’s Day weekend at the Inn when Olivia and Mick host Mick’s sister Bonnie and her finance Sean, Mick’s daughter Julie and her boyfriend Wyatt, and Olivia’s mother Nora and her boyfriend Johnny. Bonnie brings her new fiancé Sean, and they plan to marry at the Inn that weekend, and Julie announces she plans to drop out of college to pursue her passion for cooking. While Olivia plans the wedding, Mick expresses his concerns to both Bonnie about the distant Sean, and to Julie about dropping out of college. Wyatt, too, is troubled by Julie’s decision to leave college, and the two have a fight that may end their relationship. As the wedding approaches, Sean reveals a secret that he has been keeping all weekend, and Johnny has a surprise of his own in store.
Clyde was in a rut. Overworked and underpaid, he was struggling to make ends meet and starting to feel like a failure. But a new day has arrived for Clyde at Redmond’s Furniture and with the help of a few of his ex-con, womanizing and boozing co-workers, Clyde is ready to take on his neurotic boss and whatever else stands in his way.