A comedy about four twentysomething Mohawk women who are trying to find love and happiness, while at the same time having to contend with family pressure, tradition, obligation and the freedom that the ''outside world'' has to offer.
Bailey wants both James and a place in her community. Tired of living by the rules, Anna finally takes a stand and is happily surprised at the results. Zoe considers a huge life change but is not sure she has the courage to do it.
Caitlin does everything she can to keep Butterhead. Zoe stands up to her parents for the first time in her life. Bailey chooses James over her community. Anna's become the mean girl in town but isn't sure this is the life she wants.
Zoe forgoes her people-pleasing ways and tries to figure out what she enjoys doing. Bailey takes James out into the community but it goes worse than she expected. Caitlin pursues her dream of at-home hairdressing.
Anna achieves belonging but questions whether she is willing to pay the price of conformity. Getting treatment for her sex addiction, Zoe struggles in the touchy-feely environment of rehab. Bailey faces the ramifications of choosing white guy James Caitlin, back together with Butterhead, is in the community's good graces again but must figure out how to break up with Leon.
Anna decides what kind of Mohawk she wants to be during the course of Powwow weekend; Bailey feels torn between her emotional desires and her cultural obligations; Caitlin starts to see Butterhead in a new light; and Zoe makes a big change.
Caitlin's old flame Butterhead starts to stir up trouble; Zoe has a hard time focusing on work and not giving into temptation; the thought of being with Watio forever sends Bailey into a panic; and Anna tries to get validation from all the wrong places.
Bailey and Watio argue leading up to their engagement party; Anna tries to impress by protesting a cause that hits a little too close to home; Zoe tries to make up for her recent missteps by relinquishing control; and Caitlin struggles with the reality that Leon will never be welcome on the rez.
Trying to please everyone sends a stressed-out Zoe in a downward spiral; Caitlin grapples with backlash from the community for dating Leon; Anna is determined to finish what she started with Midas, despite his nickname; and Bailey puts her foot down when Watio tries to dictate her friends.
Anna turns up the sex appeal and lowers her standards in order to regain her footing with the popular crowd; Zoe receives a blow to her confidence when a new opponent enters the race; Bailey decides to widen her vocabulary; and Leon surprises Caitlin.
Bailey wants a career she can feel passionate about; Caitlin lets her insecurities get the best of her and her relationship; Anna tries to date Mohawk-style by pursuing guys the "white" way; and Zoe is pleased to finally be back in control of her life, or so she thinks.
In the Season 4 premiere, Caitlin, plagued with self-doubt, fears her new relationship is too good to be true; Bailey is thrilled to plan her dream wedding only to realize that Watio has dreams of his own; Anna struggles to fit in with the cool gang.