Dearborn prepares for the annual event that divides the town - and some families - down the middle. The annual matchup between the town's rival High School football team. For Fordson, the stakes are especially high.
Newlyweds Shadia and Jeff are moving to a new house but Shadia has concerns about Jeff's dog. She's allergic, but it also raises difficult questions about her culture and her faith. New parents Nader and Nawal continue to adjust to life with baby Naseem.
With only a few weeks before football season begins, Coach Zaban receives an unusual invitation: to join President Obama for an Iftar dinner at the White House. The only problem is, he hasn't missed a single practice in 17 years!
The month of Ramadan ends, along with day-long fasting of food and water for most of the Fordson football team. After last week's crushing defeat, Coach Zaban knows that a victory tonight is crucial if they are to make it into the play-offs.
Coach Zaban's football team braces for their first game of the season. Because it is still the holy month of Ramadan, most of the team is fasting. Some people think that fasting will make the team stronger and more focused, others have their doubts.
Ten years after the 9/11 attacks, the Muslim community of Dearborn braces for a painful anniversary. Despite their mom's disapproval, Shadia and Bilal travel to New York to get tattoos from Ami James, of NY Ink fame.
The holy month of Ramadan begins, which for many US Muslims means fasting from sunrise to sunset for an entire month. With only a few weeks before the high school football season begins, Coach Zaban worries how fasting will affect his team.
Jeff decides to marry Shadia but that means facing a dilemma that could change his family life for ever.