Jennifer is in a musical band and auditions to play at Leland College Dance. Their band is chosen, and Alex sees it as a money making proposition. He attempt to be the band manager causes problems for the band.

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Jennifer is in a musical band and auditions to play at Leland College Dance. Their band is chosen, and Alex sees it as a money making proposition. He attempt to be the band manager causes problems for the band.

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26 February 1987 (USA)  »

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One of the song Alex tries to get Jennifer's band to perform is Mr. Sandman, which was, quite appropriately, featured in Michael J. Fox's major film debut, Back to the Future (1985). See more »

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Christina Applegate!
1 January 2013 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

A sixteen-year-old Christina Applegate struts her stuff here as a member of the younger Keaton sister's band. What a little cutie. She was always so beautiful. The rest of the episode consists of the typical insipid nonsense.

Same old stuff where everything is resolved quickly and easily and nothing goes beyond any depth or level or profundity. Just a bunch of the same old stuff like in every episode. Worst of all is having to watch Tina Yothers, who by this point has turned into a bonafide sasquatch, try to pout and make cutesy faces while she sings off in the band she fronts. Her head is bigger than any two cast members' combined, Jesus.


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