In this comedy-family-drama about the early 1960's, the Pryor family
deals with racism, feminism, adolescence, rock and roll,
and general family issues.
The daughter, Meg Pryor, dances on the show of the era American
Bandstand while learning about love thanks to her less mainstream
oyfriend, Luke, and about acceptance with her interracial friendship
with her father's employee's son Sam.
Patty Pryor, the youngest daughter learns how to grow up in a time of
political and social turmoil along with her disabled younger brother Will.
The oldest son JJ learns about love with his tumultuous relationship
with his wealthy girlfriend Beth.
All this time a war rages on in Vietnam and a family struggles to stay
together in this controversial era.