List of Northern Exposure episodes - Wikipedia
—Joshua Brand, co-creator of "Northern Exposure" .. the Maggie-Joel relationship and an even quirkier tone than before. . environmentalism, " Northern Exposure" explored social issues with a great deal of grace and wit. [Episodes from to are from the Northern Exposure Book. . flutes), and leaves Joel feeling culturally isolated (he has trouble finding other Jews in Alaska ). . Maggie forgets having sex with Joel; Ed faces an arranged marriage; a rare . For Maggie, a ceremony to unveil a larger-than-life-size statue of recently and Maggie is shocked to find that Rick had several other relationships while she was Joel chides them for not taking his advice, and Adam points out Joel's past.
Things return to status quo, with Maurice dismissing the Dutton family, and little Maurice finding work at a gas station. Maurice is a man who is used to being in control, and the personal narrative of his life has everything to do with his own self-made success, and his singular ambition that got him from the earth into space. Chris, on the other hand, literally attempts to grapple with a force outside his control.
He builds a magnetic bathtub machine, and through this, Chris feels that he gains control over this force of electricity. In all three storylines, we see characters thrust into situations where they did not choose to be. They find themselves in situations where they are powerless, and attempt in their various ways to take the reins back on their lives.
Perhaps some characters believe they have successfully conquered the particular force they are confronted with, or perhaps they attempt to take back control and are defeated. Opposites attract; nature; technology; family. We both liked some of the small moments in this episode, such as the after hours conversation between Maurice and Eugene.
Maggie, who easily accepts Pierre, can not understand his dilemma. A town meeting is held by Maurice in the church to determine what will be done with Pierre. Maurice's plan is to make Pierre's frozen body the main attraction in a Cicely Historical Museumcomplete with underground parking garage and adjoining shopping mall.
However, Chris urges him to consider the metaphysical implications of changing history by revealing Pierre's past. He feels that the discovery that Napoleon was not at Waterloo could have far-reaching effects on the entire universe. In an entertaining verbal interplay, Joel stands up to debate Chris, saying that the world has an obligation to know the truth.
The whole concept of facts versus truth is bantered about for a while and eventually interrupted by the entrance of three Indians wearing sunglasses who announce in French that they have come for the body. Late at night, Joel is in the freezer at The Brick looking at the body of Pierre and considering his own heritage. He falls asleep and dreams that he is talking with Elijahwhile watching his great-grandfather perform the passover ceremony.
Elijah chides Joel for never actually beileving in him and Joel considers the place of Elijah in his own philosophy. When he awakens, blue and shivering, he runs off to Maurice's houseand tells Maurice that he believes that the Tellakutans have been waiting for Pierre just as the Jews have been waiting for Elijah. Considering Pierre's place in their belief system it would be wrong to keep the body.
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The next day at The Brick, after much debate, Holling decides to tell Shelly of his tainted heritage and she says the she doesn't care about his ancestry and knows that he is a good person, which satisfies Holling.
At the general storeRuth-Anne gives Ed some on-the-job training by showing her product labeling prowess but his self-doubt shows. Ruth-Anne consoles him and rebuilds his self-confidence. Shelly goes into The Brick's freezer to get a bag of bacon and notices the bag is wet, defrosted, and there is water all over the floor and dripping down from a hole in the ceiling.
She runs out screaming for Holling. The next scene shows Pierre's hat floating in the tub of water the body was in with Holling, Shelly, Maurice, Maggie, Marilyn, and Chris gathered around.
Maurice is upset about his lost business opportunity while Chris tries to console him. Maurice leaves, determined to return the body.
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At Joel's house, Maggie checks on a delerious in-bed Joel one last time before leaving for the night. Joel has an epiphany about Holling's genes comment and Maggie shows genuine concern for Joel's well-being.
He reassures her that he is just free associating and he is fine.Northern Exposure - The Big Kiss (Unexposed Footage)
She tells him she will come back in an hour to check up on him and that he better be asleep, tucking him in. Quotes Edit Ed walks into the general store: I can put your name on a waiting list. What's the list for? Ruth-Anne looks at him oddly: You didn't come in for books on Napoleon? No but that's an excellent idea! Well, what can I get you then? Oh, I came in because of the sign in the window. No, the "Help Wanted" sign.
History is powerful stuff. One day your world is fine. The next day it's knocked for a metaphysical loop. Was Napoleon really at Waterloo? Would that change what I had for breakfast? Thoughts turn to our refrigerated friend Pierre Le Moulin, Pierre the Windmillstepchild of history. If those chapped lips could speak, what would they say? Mes amis, j'ai faim?
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The crash in was caused by birds, with 62 of the 72 people on the plane dying. The crash in was not caused by bird; 88 people died in the crash, and the lone survivor died in the hospital days after the crash occurred.
When Maggie and Joel are stranded together in the wilderness, their different bodies of knowledge become apparent very quickly. At first, Joel is overjoyed that Maggie successfully lands the plane in the wilderness. Her specialized knowledge of how to perform an emergency landing literally saves his life. Then again, she may be playing with Joel by telling him they are baneberries.
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If they are baneberries, he appears to have eaten a fair number of them, which could lead to some awfully uncomfortable symptoms, as detailed above. Maggie is also able to make a fire, shoot a squirrel, skin it, and roast it on a spit. When Maggie treks off into the woods, she admonishes him not to smother the fire this time.
Not only is it unlikely that Joel could start a fire on his own; he would have trouble keeping it burning without help. In other words, Joel would have been unable to do it so easily. When they hear wolves, Joel immediately worries about being eaten.
Maggie, by contrast, mentions that humans have never been attacked by wolves in this area.