--Dancers, record: "Too Many Fish In The Sea" (by Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels)
--"Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Marvin Gaye.
--The studio audience dances to Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's record "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
--Dick Clark interviews songwriter-record producer Bob Crewe.
--Dick Clark counts down the songs in the American Bandstand Top 10 survey.
--The studio audience dances to the number one record: "She'd Rather Be with Me" (by The Turtles).
Song #1: "Tomorrow Means Goodbye" (by Sandy Rhodes) 42.5%
Song #2: "Incense & Peppermints" (by The Strawberry Alarm Clock) 77.5%
--Mid-point segment with close-ups of individual audience members.
--Station ID break.
--"Roll Call" segment: Dick Clark asks studio audience members what they plan to do this summer.
--"Hollywood Hot Line" - Dick Clark talks by phone to Cleveland disc jockey Jack Armstrong, of WKYC radio. Armstrong chooses the 1966 record "Hey Little Girl" (by the Syndicate of Sound) for the Spotlight Dance.
Don and the Goodtimes perform "I Could Be So Good to You."
Johnny Rivers sings "The Tracks of My Tears."
--In his interview, Johnny Rivers discusses the upcoming, June 16-18, 1967 Monterrey Pop Festival. (This episode of Bandstand was probably taped a week or two before its June 17, 1967 air-date.)
--Dick Clark talks about a new Bandstand beauty contest.
--Dancers, record: "You Only Live Twice" (by The Bob Crewe Generation)
--American Bandstand closing credits.