Frank becomes Norwegian citizen "Giovanni Henriksen," meets his neighbor (the police chief) and clashes with his new country's bureaucratic culture.
Frank falls for his language teacher Sigrid and opens a nightclub that's a big hit, but he draws unwanted attention from the police and a biker gang.
Now a successful local businessman, Frank joins a lucrative real estate deal but his plans are thwarted by the police, who believe he's a terrorist.
Sigrid learns some surprising news; Frank's deal sours when his partner's son converts to Islam; Geir stumbles on a clue to Frank's identity.
Frank has a fight over a baby carriage but makes a deal to exit his real estate investment; Frank's enemies get an unexpected lead on his location.
Flush with cash, Frank buys a new penthouse and invites Sigrid to move in, while Geir's colleagues get bad news and Mafia hitmen arrive in Norway.
The police chief suspects Frank is the link between a murder and a mysterious beating; Frank beefs up security when he learns he's in jeopardy.
Frank's attempt to rescue Sigrid's son leads to a spectacular shoot-out and a series of shocking revelations that change both his old and new lives.
Torgeir's mishap with a moose and a Ferrari enrages a British thief; Frank is alarmed by his twins' proposed names; Jan makes a sweet business deal.
Frank gets involved in immigration by sponsoring a computer hacker's relocation to Norway and protecting a local African emigre who's a gifted chef.
Frank's crew has a showdown with a family of vengeful British gangsters; Sigrid takes a trip and leaves the twins with their ill-prepared father.
Frank wins a Citizen of the Year Award and competes for financing from an investors' circle; a bank robbery has an unexpected connection to Frank.
Frank goes undercover in Oslo to find the masked thieves who stole his valuables; Torgeir and Roar's mother returns home carrying some baggage.
Frank turns the tables on some blackmailing thieves; Roar and Torgeir realize their mother's boyfriend isn't the stepfather they were hoping for.
A farmer's debt is paid with the deed to a reindeer herd, giving Frank a business idea; Frank meets a new love interest; Jan must flee the country.
A familiar face from the old days shows up in Norway, forcing Frank to return to his New York roots for two very different types of family reunions.
It's not a happy New Year for Frank, topped off by Jan Johansen's surprise and unwanted return. Meanwhile, Roar is in Rio de Janeiro to get married.
Frank and Torgeir head to Brazil to save Roar from his troubles with the law, and Jan has second thoughts about his murder confession.
Frank and Torgeir return from Brazil to find that the Lithuanian gang has raised the stakes, while "Rio Roar" is now a national celebrity.
With the 20th anniversary of the Lillehammer Winter Olympics approaching, Torgeir hopes to fulfill a dream, and Roar gets a chance to return to Rio.
When Frank enters the wine business, it stirs up trouble with a local activist; a mob hit goes bad; Rio spells danger for Roar yet again.
Frank's new ex-mafia crew member, Tommy, may not be as great as Frank believes, and Roar's Brazilian problems follow him home to Norway.
Things look good for Jan until his new girlfriend has a fateful request; Roar signs Torgeir's life away; Tommy takes his betrayal up a notch.
The new addition to Tommy's crew shocks Frank and Torgeir; Chris vows to do anything to win back Sigrid; Frank vows to hunt down Jan.