History Series / BradyBunchSpinOffs

13th Jun '16 4:08:21 AM Morgenthaler
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See ''TheBradyKids''

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See ''TheBradyKids''''WesternAnimation/TheBradyKids''
15th Jan '16 10:45:42 AM Brady515
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* HollywoodToneDeaf: As a group. That said, Susan Olsen, Geri Reischl and Robert Reed had some semblance of musical talent, while Florence Henderson, Barry Williams and Maureen [=McCormick=] all had genuine singing talent, and even Ann B. Davis (in her few solos) did a laudable job. Mike Lookinland was both an excellent vocalist and instrumentalist, but he didn't like dancing, which was the main reason he didn't want to do this show. Chris Knight, however, did a laughably bad cover (with Collette, one of the Krofft puppets) of "Sing" (yes, the ''Series/SesameStreet'' song that also was done by The Carpenters); by his own admission, he is not a singer.

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* HollywoodToneDeaf: As a group. That said, Susan Olsen, Geri Reischl and Robert Reed had some semblance of musical talent, while Florence Henderson, Barry Williams and Maureen [=McCormick=] all had genuine singing talent, and even Ann B. Davis (in her few solos) did a laudable job. Mike Lookinland was both an excellent vocalist and instrumentalist, but he didn't like had two left feet when it came to dancing, which was the main reason he didn't want to do this show. Chris Knight, however, did a laughably bad cover (with Collette, one of the Krofft puppets) of "Sing" (yes, the ''Series/SesameStreet'' song that also was done by The Carpenters); by his own admission, he is not a singer.
15th Jan '16 10:45:09 AM Brady515
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* HollywoodToneDeaf: As a group. That said, Mike Lookinland, Susan Olsen, Geri Reischl and Robert Reed had some semblance of musical talent, while Florence Henderson, Barry Williams and Maureen [=McCormick=] all had genuine singing talent, and even Ann B. Davis (in her few solos) did a laudable job. Chris Knight, however, did a laughably bad cover (with Collette, one of the Krofft puppets) of "Sing" (yes, the ''Series/SesameStreet'' song that also was done by The Carpenters); by his own admission, he is not a singer.

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* HollywoodToneDeaf: As a group. That said, Mike Lookinland, Susan Olsen, Geri Reischl and Robert Reed had some semblance of musical talent, while Florence Henderson, Barry Williams and Maureen [=McCormick=] all had genuine singing talent, and even Ann B. Davis (in her few solos) did a laudable job. Mike Lookinland was both an excellent vocalist and instrumentalist, but he didn't like dancing, which was the main reason he didn't want to do this show. Chris Knight, however, did a laughably bad cover (with Collette, one of the Krofft puppets) of "Sing" (yes, the ''Series/SesameStreet'' song that also was done by The Carpenters); by his own admission, he is not a singer.
10th Jan '16 10:51:37 PM Mdumas43073
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* WheelchairWoobie: Bobby is rendered a paraplegic in a car racing accident.
19th Dec '15 10:13:16 PM nombretomado
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* {{Puppet Show|s}}: Of the [[SidAndMartyKrofftProductions Sid & Marty Krofft]] variety.

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* {{Puppet Show|s}}: Of the [[SidAndMartyKrofftProductions [[Creator/SidAndMartyKrofftProductions Sid & Marty Krofft]] variety.
5th Dec '15 11:59:21 AM nombretomado
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* HollywoodToneDeaf: As a group. That said, Mike Lookinland, Susan Olsen, Geri Reischl and Robert Reed had some semblance of musical talent, while Florence Henderson, Barry Williams and Maureen [=McCormick=] all had genuine singing talent, and even Ann B. Davis (in her few solos) did a laudable job. Chris Knight, however, did a laughably bad cover (with Collette, one of the Krofft puppets) of "Sing" (yes, the ''SesameStreet'' song that also was done by The Carpenters); by his own admission, he is not a singer.

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* HollywoodToneDeaf: As a group. That said, Mike Lookinland, Susan Olsen, Geri Reischl and Robert Reed had some semblance of musical talent, while Florence Henderson, Barry Williams and Maureen [=McCormick=] all had genuine singing talent, and even Ann B. Davis (in her few solos) did a laudable job. Chris Knight, however, did a laughably bad cover (with Collette, one of the Krofft puppets) of "Sing" (yes, the ''SesameStreet'' ''Series/SesameStreet'' song that also was done by The Carpenters); by his own admission, he is not a singer.
7th Sep '15 11:43:47 AM nombretomado
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* GameShowAppearance: ''TheNewlywedGame'', naturally.

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* GameShowAppearance: ''TheNewlywedGame'', ''Series/TheNewlywedGame'', naturally.
5th Sep '15 8:37:10 PM LadyNorbert
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* TheAlcoholic: Marsha.

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* TheAlcoholic: Marsha.Marcia.
5th Sep '15 8:36:50 PM LadyNorbert
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''See TheBradyKids''

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''See TheBradyKids''See ''TheBradyKids''



The 1988 MadeForTVMovie ''A Very Brady Christmas'' saw the now-adult Brady Kids reunite with their parents, and stands out as one of the most somber ''Brady Bunch'' works.

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The 1988 MadeForTVMovie ''A Very Brady Christmas'' saw the now-adult Brady Kids reunite with their parents, and stands out as one of the most somber ''Brady Bunch'' works.
works. There is a great deal of tension between the various branches. Jan and Phillip are having marital problems; Marcia's husband Wally has lost his job and doesn't want anyone to know; Greg's adored wife decides to spend Christmas with her own family instead of the Bradys; Bobby wants to quit his job and become a race car driver; Peter and his girlfriend are dancing around the possibility of engagement; and Cindy wanted to go on a skiing trip with her college roommate instead of coming home. Midway through the actual Christmas celebration, just as it seems like all the tension has finally been resolved, Mike gets a call to a building site, where the construction is threatening to collapse and kill another architect's workers. He gets trapped inside himself, leaving the family waiting for news.



* CannotSpitItOut: Peter and his girlfriend are having this issue regarding proposing. [[spoiler:They finally resolve it by each saying "Will you marry me?" to the other at the same time.]]



* ChristmasSongs: During the dramatic climax, while the Bradys are waiting to find out if [[spoiler:Mike will be recovered alive from the collapsing building]], Cindy randomly recalls the ChristmasEpisode in which she asked SantaClaus to restore Carol's voice in time for her to sing in church on Christmas. This leads to a group sing-along of "O Come All Ye Faithful." [[spoiler:Mike hears them and is able to follow the sound to an escape route.]]



* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Cindy's plot point is that she can't make her parents acknowledge that she's an adult just like her brothers and sisters. Despite being a college student, they tell her to come home (instead of asking like they did for everyone else) and even seat her at the kids' table with her niece and nephews.
* ShoutOut: The concluding remarks by the reporter who is covering the scene at the construction site.
--> '''Reporter:''' I just happened to notice the street sign. Looks like this was another {{miracle on 34th Street}}!



** Even with only nine episodes, the show managed to produce two versions of the theme ... one instrumental, the other sung by Florence Henderson.

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** Even with only nine episodes, the show managed to produce two versions of the theme ...theme... one instrumental, the other sung by Florence Henderson.



-->'''Slash''': "Cindy... young Cindy. I wish she was that age now... (Laughs)"

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-->'''Slash''': "Cindy...Cindy... young Cindy. I wish she was that age now... (Laughs)"(''Laughs'')
29th Aug '15 10:52:05 AM Mikeyfan93
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Ann B. Davis, when it came to having to work with Rip Taylor. In a later memoir by Susan Olsen, it was contended that Davis absolutely did not like Taylor (due to the very adult content of his stand-up comedy act) and refused to even so much as acknowledge him other than what was needed for the show. Taylor, who was a fan of Davis beforehand, was puzzled at her attitude toward him and to this day, still is, since Davis has refused to talk about working on the show.

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Ann B. Davis, when it came to having to work with Rip Taylor. In a later memoir by Susan Olsen, it was contended that Davis absolutely did not like Taylor (due to the very adult content of his stand-up comedy act) and refused to even so much as acknowledge him other than what was needed for the show. Taylor, who was a fan of Davis beforehand, was puzzled at her attitude toward him and to this day, still is, since for the rest of her life, Davis has refused to talk about working on the show.
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