Brian is selected to participate in the accelerated math program at Norhwestern University. In addition, he starts playing drums in a band at the student union with some others in his college class. Judy gets upset and worried when Brian starts coming home each night past his curfew and scolds him, using many of the parental clichés everyone has heard. When Judy grounds Brian, he becomes very defiant. Bill talks to Brian while Brian is in the garage unpacking his drums, telling Brian another parental cliché - "my house my rules." Consequently, Brian moves into the garage so he can live by his own rules. He proves himself very capable at independent living, but later, when fired by his fellow band members, he asks Bill if he can move back into the house. Elsewhere in the family, Tina is a Bluebell Girl but not much interested in it. Linda, however, wants to live the Bluebell experience through her because, when she was a girl, Judy got to be a Bluebell Girl but quit and their mom, ... Written by
Did You Know?
We've been waitin' up for you all night. We thought you were lyin' in a ditch somewhere.
If you were waiting up all night, then why does Dad have pillow marks all over his face?
They're... worry lines.
Why did you worry on only one side of your face?
Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
and DuBose Heyward
Performed by Renee Olstead See more