American Dreams

  • 2002
  • TV Show
  • TV-PG

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 ca (more…)

Season 3, Episode 16 No Satisfaction

First Aired: March 23, 2005

The Fountains of Wayne impersonate the Hollies, singing “Bus Stop” on “Bandstand”---which is where Patty (yes, Patty) wants to be after a classmate calls her a nerd and it sinks in. Meanwhile, Jack and Pete's brother Ted, no friend of the family, is seriously injured in an auto accident, leaving Jack with a decision to make; JJ makes his mark at the engineering firm; and Henry makes a big sales presentation. Five for Fighting's John Ondrasik performs at the Lair. Chris: Milo Ventimiglia.

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  • Premiered: September 29, 2002
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • 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 surpri… (more)

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