The new Imam is accused of being a terrorist, Yasir fears they'll be evicted from the church, and the Muslim congregaton squabbles over Ramadan.
The great barrier grief threatens to divide the congregation, women protest and the press gets involved. Sarah refuses to sleep with Yasir and Baber's daughter fights to look like other teens.
Amaar plans an open house, Fatima takes advantage, Baber boycotts it and Sarah invites everyone in town. Meanwhile, Yasir makes a shockingly poor decision, making it a truly spark-ling event.
Rayyan fights for a female lifeguard, but the protest threatens Sarah's chance of a lifetime. Meanwhile, Baber and Fatima face off over Hallowe'en, a pumpkin dies a nasty death and Baber experiences a sweet epiphany.
Baber is excited about Mercy mosque getting its first "real" convert. Sarah's offended that he doesn't think she counts and sets out to prove she's as Muslim as the rest of them. But the community is more concerned with the new convert who's rubbing people the wrong way with his fanaticism.
A firefighter who Rayyan treats for a cut is smitten with her. Baber is convinced they're dating and tries to head it off. But when Amaar interferes, Rayyan rebels.
Mayor Ann Popowicz
Funny ensemble comedy plays with Muslim stereotypes.
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