During Trina and Tom's annual end of the summer clambake and key party, the neighborhood couples confront relationship-changing decisions.
A surprise party for Janet sparks shocking revelations between the neighbors.
Bruce and Susan enjoy a night of line dancing with Tom and Trina and Janet starts a temp job with a local newspaper.
Bruce insists on family time with a trip to the cabin, but Laurie finds her own means to keep plans with Doug. Meanwhile, Janet and Roger see a therapist.
As Tom and Trina close their relationship, Bruce and Susan open a new door with Brad and Sylvia, but are interrupted by Laurie and Doug Stephens.
Roger and Susan, Bruce and Melinda and Tom and Janet team up for Trina's annual Puzzlerama party, where the neighborhood's darkest secrets are the clues for the game.
With Chicago temperatures at a record high, Tom throws a spontaneous pool party without consulting Trina, who is bitter about his recent affair. Meanwhile, Roger turns to Susan for advice after losing his job, and Bruce gets cozy with his co-worker, Melinda.
Tom is jealous when Trina and her high school sweetheart relive fond memories. Meanwhile, Susan attends the Ladies Auxiliary luncheon to help boost Bruce's career, but Janet makes the lasting impression on the elite organization.
Defying Bruce, Susan attends a free speech fundraiser at the Decker's home to benefit the legal defense of the star of a controversial film.
When the Thompsons back out on the annual trip to the Millers' two-bedroom cabin, Susan invites the Deckers. Just when the weekend is getting cozy, the foursome is surprised with a last-minute appearance by Janet and Roger.
Eager to repair their damaged friendship, Susan asks Janet for help planning a house-warming party, but Trina shakes up the event with a padded guest list and a twist on fondue dipping.
After a monumental day for Bruce on the trading floor, Susan, in company with the Deckers, makes a surprise appearance at the post-work celebration at the Chicago Playboy Club. Meanwhile, after entertaining her new neighbors, Janet discovers the importance of her friendship with Susan.
As America celebrates the bicentennial, Susan and Bruce Miller move their family to an affluent Chicago suburb, where they are welcomed not only to the chic neighborhood, but the social and sexual revolution of the '70s.
As America celebrates its 200th birthday, two generations of friends and neighbors in a Chicago suburb explore new freedoms and seek connections with each other in the midst of the socio/sexual revolution.
Life in the love making, drug taking, comic book making, teacher seducing 70s.
Disco causes this floor to be packed with party goer's dancing the night away.
Squares, swingers, and everyone in between.
Twister turns into a opportunity for something else...
The sun shines on the new couple even on rainy days.
The new neighbors get a friendly invite to a party from the couple next door.
The party has just begun on this episode of Swingtown.
Best friends say goodbye on the Fourth of July.
Over 10,000 pieces of clothing from the 70s! Story told through clothing.
Everyone in between weigh the swing-o-meter. Which way will you swing?
The cast discusses the 70s at the premiere party.
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