History Series / TheBradyBunch

23rd Dec '17 8:38:42 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:327: [-[[NuclearFamily The Brady family]] in an iconic arrangement. Counterclockwise from top center: [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold Carol]], [[SmittenTeenageGirl Marcia]], [[MiddleChildSyndrome Jan]], [[TheCutie Cindy]], [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Mike]], [[MrImagination Bobby]], [[{{Adorkable}} Peter]], [[LovableJock Greg]]. Center: [[SelfDeprecation Alice]].-] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:327: [[caption-width-right:325: [-[[NuclearFamily The Brady family]] in an iconic arrangement. Counterclockwise from top center: [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold Carol]], [[SmittenTeenageGirl Marcia]], [[MiddleChildSyndrome Jan]], [[TheCutie Cindy]], [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Mike]], [[MrImagination Bobby]], [[{{Adorkable}} Peter]], [[LovableJock Greg]]. Center: [[SelfDeprecation Alice]].-] ]]]]
23rd Dec '17 8:09:05 PM Mdumas43073
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* ChristmasEpisode: Season 1's "The Voice of Christmas" combines this with LostVoicePlot -- Carol comes down with laryngitis prior to being scheduled as a soloist for a Christmas church service, prompting Cindy to ask a [[MallSanta Department Store Santa]] to restore her voice.



* FlirtyStepsiblings: Greg and Marcia in ''A Very Brady Sequel'' (playing off real-life attraction between Barry Williams and Maureen McCormick). Averted on the actual show.

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* FlirtyStepsiblings: Greg and Marcia in ''A Very Brady Sequel'' (playing off real-life attraction between Barry Williams and Maureen McCormick).[=McCormick=]). Averted on the actual show.



** ChristmasEpisode: Season 1's "The Voice of Christmas" -- the classic episode where Carol loses her voice just in time for Christmas, and the Cindy asks Santa for her mother's voice back. A frequent staple of classic TV network rerun packages on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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** ChristmasEpisode: Season 1's "The Voice of Christmas" -- the classic episode where Carol [[LostVoicePlot loses her voice voice]] just in time for Christmas, as she's scheduled to be a soloist at a Christmas church service, and the Cindy asks Santa for her mother's voice back. A frequent staple of classic TV network rerun packages on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
23rd Dec '17 8:06:03 PM Mdumas43073
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* ChristmasEpisode: Season 1's "The Voice of Christmas" combines this with LostVoicePlot -- Carol comes down with laryngitis prior to being scheduled as a soloist for a Christmas church service, prompting Cindy to ask a [[MallSanta Department Store Santa]] to restore her voice.
9th Dec '17 2:31:07 AM lakingsif
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* GlassesAndPonytailCoverup: In the episode "My Fair Opponent", Marcia transforms ugly duckling Molly Webber into an attractive girl by doing [[TheGlassesGottaGo just this]].
22nd Oct '17 2:34:06 PM nombretomado
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** The show, oddly enough, would be picked up...in 1986, as the short-lived {{CBS}} sitcom ''Together We Stand'' (a.k.a. ''Nothing is Easy'') with Ellott Gould in the Ken Berry role.

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** The show, oddly enough, would be picked up...in 1986, as the short-lived {{CBS}} Creator/{{CBS}} sitcom ''Together We Stand'' (a.k.a. ''Nothing is Easy'') with Ellott Gould in the Ken Berry role.
23rd Aug '17 2:17:27 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* {{Somethingitis}}: In the episode "You Can't Win 'Em All", Cindy passes a school test to become a contestant on a televised children's quiz show. Of course, she acts all stuck up about how smart she is. But when she she is actually on the show, she freezes up, staring catatonically at the TV camera for the duration of the (live) broadcast. Carol thinks that Cindy has "Television-itis".

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* {{Somethingitis}}: [[{{Somethingitis}} Something-itis]]: In the episode "You Can't Win 'Em All", Cindy passes a school test to become a contestant on a televised children's quiz show. Of course, she acts all stuck up about how smart she is. But when she she is actually on the show, she freezes up, staring catatonically at the TV camera for the duration of the (live) broadcast. Carol thinks that Cindy has "Television-itis".
23rd Aug '17 1:56:31 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* {{Somethingitis}}: In the episode "You Can't Win 'Em All", Cindy passes a school test to become a contestant on a televised children's quiz show. Of course, she acts all stuck up about how smart she is. But when she she is actually on the show, she freezes up, staring catatonically at the TV camera for the duration of the (live) broadcast. Carol thinks that Cindy has "Television-itis".
8th Aug '17 10:00:40 AM Pamina
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*** In fact, in ''A Very Brady Sequel'' he seems to show up, after seemingly swept overboard in a boating mishap, although [[spoiler:he's really an imposter, and the "first Mr.Brady"'s fate never is resolved. It's heavily implied that he's The Professor from ''Series/GilligansIsland''.]]

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*** In fact, in ''A Very Brady Sequel'' he seems to show up, after seemingly swept overboard in a boating mishap, although [[spoiler:he's really an imposter, and the "first Mr.Brady"'s real Mr. Martin's fate never is resolved. It's heavily implied that he's The Professor from ''Series/GilligansIsland''.]]
19th Jul '17 9:31:01 PM glickmam
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In the first season, the theme song is performed by a sunshine pop singing group called the Peppermint Trolley Company, as opposed to the Brady kids themselves.
26th Apr '17 11:29:30 AM Mdumas43073
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Never a huge hit in its initial network run on Creator/{{ABC}}, ''The Brady Bunch'' found its audience once it [[VindicatedByReruns went to daily syndication]] in 1975, and went on to become a cultural touchstone (and an object of nostalgia and derision in equal measure) for Gen-Xers. Over the years the show spawned several spinoffs, two made-for-TV reunion movies and a couple of short-lived revival series. Moreover, the actors of the children have appeared in specials and {{game show}}s numerous times.

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Never a huge hit in its initial network run on Creator/{{ABC}}, ''The Brady Bunch'' found its audience once it [[VindicatedByReruns went to into daily syndication]] in 1975, and went on to become a cultural touchstone (and an object of nostalgia and derision in equal measure) for Gen-Xers. Over the years the show spawned several spinoffs, two made-for-TV reunion movies and a couple of short-lived revival series. Moreover, the actors of the children have appeared in specials and {{game show}}s numerous times.
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