July 1976. Susan and Bruce Miller are moving their suburban family lives just a few blocks away, but the difference is enormous. Their new neighbors, the Deckers, who have an open marriage and throw elaborate parties for other open-minded souls, mark a sharp contrast from their old neighborhood friends, the Thompsons. Also affected are the Miller children. Laurie has a stoner boyfriend but fancies her teacher more, and B.J. meets the mysterious girl next door. Written by
Peter Brandt Nielsen
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The airplane seen from the outside in flight is a Boeing 767 which wasn't yet in service in 1976. See more
Do you have any extra cardboard boxes in the back?
Ah, sure, Mrs. Miller, you want big? Small? Medium?
Whatever you can spare. We're moving this weekend.
To a lakeside mansion.
That's right, Frank, my butler will be doing shopping from now on.
Written by David Bowie
Performed by David Bowie See more