Set in rural Massachusetts, the series chronicles the heroic struggles of Jo Bhaer (the Jo March character of Little Women) as she attempts to manage Plumfield, a boarding school for boys, after the tragic death of her husband Fritz.
TV-G. The students of Plumfield apply their knowledge of civil disobedience when a slanderous lawsuit threatens to close their school.
TV-PG. When Amy heads the committee for Concord's annual dance, Jo and Nick send each other mixed signals on whether or not they will attend. Meanwhile, thirteen-year-old Bess lies about her age to impress a "college man."
TV-PG. Nat takes his violin skills to a new level while Dan joins Nick in tracking an escaped lion.
TV-G. Franz falls head-over-heels for a boarding-house maid named Isabelle while Amy and Laurie hit a lull in their marriage.
TV-G. When Asia receives a letter from an aunt in Philadelphia, Meg offers to move to Plumfield in order to help out.
Leap of Faith
TV-PG. Jo becomes reclusive after she's held up at gun-point. Franz becomes distressed when Isabelle receives a letter from her brother.
Brothers and Sisters
TV-G. Nick's younger brother, Ben, arrives at Plumfield to hide from a gambling debt. Bess sets her heart on becoming a professional singer, and no one has the heart to tell her that she's tone-deaf.
The Lantern Man
TV-PG. It's Halloween and the ghost stories are flying. Despite her pragmatism, these stories pique the wild side of Jo's imagination when she receives a book offer from a mysterious stranger.
The Weaker Sex
TV-PG. Jo joins the women's suffrage movement while Nan tries to prove that she has what it takes to become a doctor.
For Love or Money
TV-G. A crack in the bathroom door leads to a series of misunderstandings between Jo and Nick. While searching for fossils, Nat and Nan find a large sum of money.
Three Angry Women
TV-PG. Meg, Jo, and Amy don't realize how their quarrel is affecting the children.
Home for Christmas
TV-G. Nick is accused of murder, and the residents of Plumfield think his brother Ben is behind the crime.