There's a bomb scare on a nearby bridge, but Erin, Clare, Michelle, Orla and James are facing something much more daunting: the first day of school.
Unable to afford the upcoming school trip to Paris, the girls turn to the workforce to make some money. But will their efforts go up in smoke?
It's the day of the big test, but an encounter with a dog detours the girls to a potentially divine apparition and a visit with a very godlike priest.
The arrival of a Ukrainian refugee disrupts Erin's life but presents opportunity for James. Joe's romantic interest stokes the ire of his daughters.
Hoping to avoid contentious local parades, the family gets out of town. But an unexpected stowaway makes their trip a bit more complicated.
Erin makes an ambitious move with the school paper, leading to mixed results -- and a big revelation. Orla takes her shot in the school talent show.
The girls' attempts to connect with some Protestant boys hit continuous snags. Ma Mary is very bothered by a big bowl.
A new teacher rocks the boat at Our Lady Immaculate, while a disrupted movie screening leaves Ma Mary haunted by many questions.
Things get hairy when the girls try to sneak away to a concert in Belfast -- especially with an escaped polar bear on the loose.
After Ma Mary's impulsive outburst at a wedding has dire consequences, the girls try to dispose of Michelle's hash-filled scones at a wake.
The arrival of a new student at Our Lady Immaculate and the impending prom both throw the girls' lives into disarray.
A visit by U.S. President Bill Clinton to County Derry stokes major excitement in the house. But the arrival of James's mother has a different effect.