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The Pryors new neighbors consist of Shelly Pierce, former Playboy Bunny, and her son Chris. Meg uses the school play to protest the war. Sam gets recruit to play basketball at Penn and meets a new girlfriend. Patty enters the Campbell Soup Essay contest.


Episode Info


Episode number: 3x2
Production Number: 302
Airdate: Sunday October 03rd, 2004



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Guest Stars
Ashley CrowAshley Crow
As Sister Mary Agnes
Recurring
Ben Taylor (1)Ben Taylor (1)
As Cal Cooper
Recurring
Benita Krista NallBenita Krista Nall
As Melanie Reeves
Recurring
Caroline MaceyCaroline Macey
As Lily
Recurring
Daphne ZunigaDaphne Zuniga
As Shelly Pierce
Recurring
Dermot Martin (1)Dermot Martin (1)
As Father Cassidy
Recurring
Hank StrattonHank Stratton
As Donald Norville
Recurring
Jeff FaheyJeff Fahey
As Stevens
Recurring
Lauren EckstromLauren Eckstrom
As Betsy
Recurring
Mai PhamMai Pham
As Anh Trang
Recurring
Matthew John ArmstrongMatthew John Armstrong
As Pete Pryor
Recurring
Michael E. RodgersMichael E. Rodgers
As Colin
Recurring
Michelle EwinMichelle Ewin
As Donna
Recurring
Milo VentimigliaMilo Ventimiglia
As Chris Pierce
Recurring
Murray RubinsteinMurray Rubinstein
As Murray
Recurring
Patrick MacManusPatrick MacManus
As Blair
Recurring
Peter OnoratiPeter Onorati
As Dominick
Recurring
Chau NguyenChau Nguyen
As Haing
Chris DiamantopoulosChris Diamantopoulos
As Coach Tom Berg
Hayley WestenraHayley Westenra
As Singer in the Lair
Jeff BassJeff Bass
As Copperman #2
Jeremiah SingerJeremiah Singer
As Copperman #1
Jonathan SadowskiJonathan Sadowski
As Jefferson

Musical Guests
Nicole RichieNicole Richie
As Brenda Reid (lead singer of the Exciters)
Warning: American Dreams season 3 episode 2 guide may contain spoilers
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