A crash-landed alien named Harry takes on the identity of a small-town Colorado doctor and slowly begins to wrestle with the moral dilemma of his secret mission on Earth.
On the verge of completing his mission, Harry faces his own humanity.
An unexpected visitor teaches Harry about the human convention of marriage, which is another cultural barrier Harry must familiarize himself with to blend in with people of Earth.
Harry and Asta attend an alien convention.
Harry travels to the Ute Reservation to help Asta's grandmother, and learns what it means to belong.
Harry must rely on Asta and D'arcy for survival.
It's a surprise party as everyone gathers to celebrate Harry, but some dangerous guests cause havoc.
An alien hiding in a small Colorado town meets the locals when they ask him to help solve a murder.
Fearing he's facing failure, Harry enlists an unlikely ally to help find his ship.
Harry copes with jealousy when the mayor hires an annoyingly perfect new town doctor.
Harry and Asta find what they are looking for but not what they need as danger closes in.
Harry, the alien, is back on earth but doesn't remember who he is and only Asta can keep him safe.
Harry and Asta travel to New York looking for one of his people, but things go horribly wrong.
Harry races to keep his secret safe as Asta is forced to face her own past.
In his first week at the clinic, Harry struggles to diagnose a strange feeling: human emotion.
Harry has a plan to save Asta and himself but first he must attend the Sheriff's poker game.
Harry and Asta's trip is interrupted by an uninvited relative as the town celebrates family.
Is Harry building another bomb? Asta is going to find out as they go camping on the reservation.
Harry meets a woman unlike any other and realizes that she is the key to his new mission.