Set to the soundtrack of the '60s, a Philadelphia family moves toward the cultural upheaval in the years ahead. The Pryors' teen daughter Meg tries to shed her "good girl" image by hanging with her worldly friend Roxanne and pursuing a dream of being an "American Bandstand" dancer. Meg's emerging personality, and the changes her mother's going through, don't sit well with Meg's father Written by
A time when the American Dream was alive. And one family was living that Dream.
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Did You Know?
Current music artists appear in almost every episode as popular singers from the 1960s. See more
In the pilot episode, which takes place in the fall of '63 (because subsequent episodes deal with the assassination of President Kennedy), the Beach Boys sing "Don't Worry Baby" on Bandstand. The song wasn't recorded until February 1964. See more
Mom says, if Heaven's where you go if you're good while you're on Earth, then Monaco is where you go if you're good while you're in Heaven.
Don't Worry, Baby
Written by Brian Wilson
and Roger Christian
Performed by The Beach Boys
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under License from EMI Music Special Markets See more