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Rebecca Sandstrom (credit only)
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Michael Brooks (as Joseph Lawrence)
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Meg is angry to hear Luke, the new record shop employee, criticising the music that she is about to buy. Elsewhere, a sudden cancellation of his deal to supply a hotel with all of their new TVs, forces Jack to examine his family's financial outlook and question his own business philosophy. Sam, who is still adapting to life at East Catholic High school, deals with a prank that goes too far while J.J. looks on, unable or unwilling to intervene. Written by GusF

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This episode takes place in December 1963. See more »

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Set in December 1963, Luke the record store clerk argues with Meg about the merits of Bob Dylan. Meg immediately states her dislike for Dylan, quoting lyrics from "Mr. Tambourine Man" - a song that wouldn't be written for another two years. Later in the episode, Luke puts a 45 of Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man" in Meg's shopping bag - Dylan never released that song in America on a 45, and even when it was released, it was in 1965 by the Byrds. See more »

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Nun: Soon, you will start courting, dating and naturally, you'll be curious about the feelings you experience when you're with a boy.
Roxanne Bojarski: I'm already curious, Sister.
Nun: I'm sure you are, Miss Bojarski.
Roxanne Bojarski: What's it like, Sister? To be with a boy?
Nun: Today's film can probably answer that question better than I can, Miss Bojarski.
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