Big hair, big gossip, big problems, in small town life. Tracy Danvers has come home against her will to the small town she grew up in. Having experienced the taste of life outside it is hard for her to fit back into the smallness of her town. She becomes the new owner of The BEAUTY - the best hair salon in town. Now she must make a new life for herself as she deals with the peculiarities of small town life. And trust us, life in a small town is never dull.
In the Season 1 finale, the #TeamPaul and #TeamJed camps are tearing the town apart, as Tracy agonizes over her choice between Dandee's two most eligible bachelors.
Tracy and the crew at the Beauty are styling a bride and her wedding party. But when the bride gets cold feet, Tracy comes face to face with her own relationship woes.
Jed works up the courage to invite Tracy on a hike - just the two of them. But in Dandee, things rarely go as planned.
When Tracy goes missing, the townsfolk of Dandee pull out all the stops to find her.
Paul and Mrs. Kinders don't see eye to eye about his idea to bring solar panels to Dandee. Mrs. Kinders puts Tracy in an impossible position when she cashes in on a favor Tracy owes her.
While Paul takes Tracy out for a shoe-shopping trip, her friends in Dandee plan a surprise birthday party for her.
Ever the entrepreneur, Paul opens an Air B&B in his home. But when Mrs. Kinders gets involved, Tracy takes matters into her own hands.
Ashley asks to interview Tracy for a school assignment, and Tracy reflects on her past - and future - in Dandee.
For her New Year's resolution, Tracy tries to make some healthy changes in her life. But sometimes change happens too fast.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the creators of Fine in Dandee! Please enjoy a very special holiday message from the townsfolk and a few visitors.
When a fire breaks out at the Beauty, Paul leaps into action, and the townsfolk - mostly the townswomen - hail him as a hero. Tracy ponders her relationship with the newcomer Paul, and Jed does some soul-searching of his own.
Tracy goes into a tailspin when she realizes pumpkin spice lattes don't exist in Dandee. As she seeks the elusive beverage, her friends help her navigate the first Thanksgiving without her mom.
The church is seeking donations for its well building project, after losing one of its most generous donors. Tracy agrees to help and winds up making a shocking discovery in the Danvers' basement.
When a traffic jam clogs the streets of Dandee with out-of-towners, Tracy sees a business opportunity. Later, with Paul's help, she makes a discovery concerning her mother.
A pop-up thunderstorm over Dandee sends the town into a panic. With a tornado on the ground, Tracy realizes there's one thing she needs to keep safe.
A newcomer turns up at The Beauty...and he has an intriguing offer for Tracy: the chance to become a reality TV star. Only Mrs. Kinders stands in her way.
As the Dandee Homecoming Parade draws near, Tracy is thrust into the spotlight to represent the Beauty with a float. Meanwhile, there's trouble in paradise for Matt and Ashley, and Mrs. Kinders, Tallwood, and Shorter attempt to get their hair done without appointments.
As a bad storm rolls through town, Tracy finds herself living in a new reality...one where Mrs. Kinders has a smartphone. And when Mrs. Kinders' Gen-Z niece comes to town for a holiday weekend, Tracy has an identity crisis, worried she's not as young and hip as she used to be.
After a break-in at The Beauty, Jed and Paul reluctantly team up to do a stakeout and catch the intruder. Mrs. Kinders lets down her guard just enough for Tracy to discover something she never knew, and Mr. Danvers and Dawn finally catch up on some ancient history.
On the day of Dandee's annual 4th of July Block Party, Mrs. Kinders & her crew come to The Beauty needing to look their best. But after the power goes out, will Tracy be able to save their hairdos, and her reputation?
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