June 19, 1964: Jim Bunning's on the mound for the Phillies and the Pryors have just begun their annual Wildwood vacation. Roxanne isn't with them because she's still mad at a ... See full summary »

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June 19, 1964: Jim Bunning's on the mound for the Phillies and the Pryors have just begun their annual Wildwood vacation. Roxanne isn't with them because she's still mad at a still-distressed Meg. However, her rich new friend Carol has invited her to her beach club at "the Crest." And Meg returns the favour, getting Carol and her friends into a New American Bandstand 1965 (1952) beach "hop" featuring the Kinks. Meanwhile, Helen finally tells Jack about Professor Witt's advance. Back in town, J.J.'s at home---with Beth while Henry's minding the North Philly store. The neighborhood is steaming and the city pool hasn't opened yet. Written by GusF

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This episode takes place from June 19 to June 22, 1964. See more »

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In one scene, a shot of a seaside carnival shows a mural of a whale in the background. This mural is painted by marine-life artist Wyland as part of his Whaling Wall series. It is Whaling Wall #79 "Santa Monica's Marine Life" and was not painted until 1998 at the Santa Monica Pier. In one shot you can clearly see the artist's signature (behind a swing ride) and the dedication date. Additionally, the mural is of California Gray Whales, which are not indigenous to the Atlantic. See more »

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References New American Bandstand 1965 (1952) See more »

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The Warmth of the Sun
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Written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love
Performed by Pete Droge, Shawn Mullins and Matthew Sweet
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