COMMUNITY THEATRE IS LITERALLY ALL THE RAGE IN NEW EPISODE OF ABC FAMILY'S
'THREE MOONS OVER MILFORD'
Guest Star Richard Kind Cries for Argentina
"Dog Day Aftermoon" Airs Sunday, Sept. 3 (8:00 � 9:00 PM ET/PT)
Burbank, CA (Aug. 14, 2006) � Pete Watson (Richard Kind "Spin City") is a mild mannered bank employee and community theatre activist with a panache for Mamet, but a chain of events make him rob the bank and hold everyone hostage in "Dog Day Aftermoon," an all-new episode of ABC Family's original series THREE MOONS OVER MILFORD Sunday, Sept. 3 (8:00 � 9:00 PM ET/PT).
Pete Watson (Kind) has worked for the past twenty years as a bank teller and player in the local theatre, but when the bank stopped their early retirement plan because of the moons, Pete decides to steal the money that was owed to him. Through a set of unexpected circumstances Pete is caught and holds everyone at the bank hostage to achieve his dream of living in Argentina and opening a theatre dedicated to David Mamet plays. Mack comes to Laura's rescue when she happens to be in the bank during the holdup, and their feelings begin to surface. Meanwhile, Alex decides to hitchhike across the country without telling Laura or Lydia and befriends a unique woman in a motor home transporting her dead father to Alaska.
THREE MOONS OVER MILFORD airs Sundays (8:00 � 9:00 PM ET/PT). Set in a picturesque small town reflecting the world's reaction to a cosmic explosion threatening Earth�s existence, the residents of Milford have taken their lives to the extreme: quitting jobs, indulging vices and basically living as if each day were their last. The Davis family is no exception. Carl Davis abandons his family to travel the world, their daughter Lydia has taken up Wicca, and their 16 year old son Alex is getting involved with the older neighbor next door. The series stars Elizabeth McGovern, Rob Boltin, Nora Dunn, Teresa Celentano, Sam Murphy and Samantha Quan.