American Dreams Episodes

2002, TV Show

Episode Detail: The One - American Dreams

Wayne Brady guest stars as Jackie Wilson, performing “Baby Work Out” on “Bandstand,” while offstage things might be heating up for real between Meg and Jimmy Riley (Jesse Hutch), her dance partner and “fake boyfriend.” As it happens, she realizes this while signing autographs with Jimmy at the Vinyl Crocodile as her ex-boyfriend, Luke (Jamie Elman), looks on, unhappily. Meanwhile, Jack and his brother Ted (Christopher Cousins) decide to open a new store in North Philly and make their brother Pete (Matthew John Armstrong) the manager. This is not good news for Henry.

Episodes: American Dreams (61)

3/30/2005: It's My Life    Season 3, Episode 17
3/23/2005: No Satisfaction    Season 3, Episode 16
3/16/2005: California Dreamin'    Season 3, Episode 15
3/9/2005: Commencement    Season 3, Episode 14
1/30/2005: Starting Over    Season 3, Episode 13
1/23/2005: For Richer, for Poorer    Season 3, Episode 12
1/9/2005: Truth Be Told    Season 3, Episode 11
1/2/2005: Home Again    Season 3, Episode 10
11/21/2004: Tidings of Comfort and Joy    Season 3, Episode 9
11/14/2004: One in a Million    Season 3, Episode 8
11/7/2004: What Dreams May Come    Season 3, Episode 7
10/31/2004: A Clear and Present Danger    Season 3, Episode 6
10/24/2004: So Long, Farewell    Season 3, Episode 5
10/17/2004: Surround Me    Season 3, Episode 4
10/10/2004: Leaders of the Pack    Season 3, Episode 3
10/3/2004: Charade    Season 3, Episode 2
9/26/2004: Long Shots and Short Skirts    Season 3, Episode 1
4/4/2004: No Way Out    Season 3, Episode 19
3/28/2004: Stewart's Charge    Season 2, Episode 18
3/21/2004: Chasing the Past    Season 2, Episode 17
3/14/2004: Can't Hold On    Season 2, Episode 16
3/7/2004: Shoot the Moon    Season 2, Episode 15
2/22/2004: Old Enough to Fight    Season 2, Episode 14
2/15/2004: To Tell the Truth    Season 2, Episode 13
1/18/2004: Real-to-Reel    Season 2, Episode 12
1/11/2004: Beyond the Wire    Season 2, Episode 11
1/4/2004: The 7-10 Split    Season 2, Episode 10
11/30/2003: The Long Goodbye    Season 2, Episode 9
11/23/2003: Change a Comin'    Season 2, Episode 8
11/16/2003: Ticket to Ride    Season 2, Episode 7
11/2/2003: Rescue Me    Season 2, Episode 6
10/26/2003: Life's Illusions    Season 2, Episode 5
10/19/2003: Crossing the Line    Season 2, Episode 4
10/12/2003: Another Saturday Night    Season 2, Episode 3
10/5/2003: R-E-S-P-E-C-T    Season 2, Episode 2
9/28/2003: And Promises to Keep    Season 2, Episode 1
5/18/2003: City on Fire    Season 1, Episode 25
5/11/2003: High Hopes    Season 1, Episode 24
5/4/2003: Down the Shore    Season 1, Episode 23
4/27/2003: Secrets and Lies    Season 1, Episode 22
4/13/2003: Fear Itself    Season 1, Episode 21
4/6/2003: The Carpetbaggers    Season 1, Episode 20
3/30/2003: Where the Boys Are    Season 1, Episode 19
3/16/2003: The One    Season 1, Episode 18
3/9/2003: Past Imperfect    Season 1, Episode 17
3/2/2003: Act of Contrition    Season 1, Episode 16
2/16/2003: False Start    Season 1, Episode 15
2/9/2003: Heartache    Season 1, Episode 14
2/2/2003: The Pursuit of Happiness    Season 1, Episode 13
1/12/2003: Great Expectations    Season 1, Episode 12
1/5/2003: I Wanna Hold Your Hand    Season 1, Episode 11
12/15/2002: Silent Night    Season 1, Episode 10
12/1/2002: The Home Front    Season 1, Episode 9
11/17/2002: Black & White    Season 1, Episode 8
11/10/2002: Cold Snap    Season 1, Episode 7
11/3/2002: Soldier Boy    Season 1, Episode 6
10/27/2002: The Fighting Irish    Season 1, Episode 5
10/20/2002: Pryor Knowledge    Season 1, Episode 4
10/13/2002: New Frontier    Season 1, Episode 3
10/6/2002: The End of the Innocence    Season 1, Episode 2
9/29/2002: Pilot Episode    Season 1, Episode 1

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Premiered: September 29, 2002, on NBC
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: A nostalgia-drenched show about 1960s life for a Philadelphia family, frequently featuring cameos by 21st-century entertainers portraying singers and other figures of the period. Daughter Meg is a regular dancer on 'American Bandstand.' This isn't a surprise, since Dick Clark was one of the executive producers. Though generally well-received, critics carped about inaccuracies. The biggest one: 'Bandstand' moved to L.A. in February 1964, less than three months into the 'Dreams' time line.

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