History YMMV / TheBradyBunch

31st Mar '18 10:20:12 AM Brainbin
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** In one episode Greg makes reference to the Indy 500. Since the 1990s Florence Henderson has sung "God Bless America" before the start of the race.

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** In one episode Greg makes reference to the Indy 500. Since Starting in the 1990s and until her death, native Hoosier Florence Henderson has sung sang "God Bless America" before the start of the race.
27th Feb '18 11:43:22 PM dsneybuf
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** "She always says, 'don't play ball in the house.'" A TV Land promo actually referenced that Carol never said this, and even crudely stitched together sound bites of her saying each individual word to give some idea of what it might sound like.
** The above is quite correct, except that was a Nick at Nite promo[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLFkxA0P7Q8]], not TV Land. Unless TV Land ran a very similar ad, of course.

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** "She always says, 'don't play ball in the house.'" A TV Land promo actually referenced that Carol never said this, and even crudely stitched together sound bites of her saying each individual word to give some idea of what it might sound like.
** The above is quite correct, except that was a
Nick at Nite promo[[https://www.Nite/TV Land [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLFkxA0P7Q8]], not TV Land. Unless TV Land ran a very similar ad, com/watch?v=sLFkxA0P7Q8 promo]] actually referenced that Carol never said this, and even crudely stitched together sound bites of course.her saying each individual word to give some idea of what it might sound like.
14th Feb '18 1:53:43 PM gongoroth
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** In "Kitty Karry-All Is Missing," Mr. Brady ([[TruthInTelevision much like many individuals you'll meet in real life]]) gives an incorrect and unfair definition of circumstantial evidence. While circumstantial evidence is simply evidence not predicated on an eyewitness account of the alleged crime in question, Mr. Brady takes the common "circumstantial evidence is always spurious" route by defining it as the difference between the truth and the appearances. For reference, Mr. Brady's conclusion later in the same episode ([[spoiler:that Tiger stole the original Kitty Karry-All doll as well as Bobby's kazoo]]) is based entirely on circumstantial evidence, and is nevertheless entirely reasonable.
12th Feb '18 8:14:16 PM KoopaKid17
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** In "The Not-So-Rose-Colored Glasses", Jan decides against wearing her glasses when she rides her bicycle to the library. She escapes serious injury when she crashes into the garage.
29th Jan '18 5:20:58 PM KoopaKid17
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* NeverLiveItDown: "Marcia, ''Marcia'', ''MARCIA!''"

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* NeverLiveItDown: NeverLiveItDown:
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"Marcia, ''Marcia'', ''MARCIA!''"
7th Jan '18 1:36:08 AM Spacecoyote
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** In his retrospective about ''The Brady Bunch'', Lloyd Schwartz recalled a dispute he had with Robert Reed over a line in the script for "Jan, the Only Child" where Mike walks into the kitchen, sees Carol and Alice cooking strawberry preserves for the Charity Hoedown, takes a whiff and remarks, "This smells like strawberry heaven!" Reed contended that, per various encyclopedia articles, strawberries don't have scents and got into a huge argument with the writers. After several days of fighting and not wanting production delays over a minor point in the script, the writers conceded and changed Reed's line to "This looks like strawberry heaven."

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** In his retrospective about ''The Brady Bunch'', Lloyd Schwartz recalled a dispute he had with Robert Reed over a line in the script for "Jan, the Only Child" where Mike walks into the kitchen, sees Carol and Alice cooking strawberry preserves for the Charity Hoedown, takes a whiff and remarks, "This smells like strawberry heaven!" Reed contended that, per various encyclopedia articles, strawberries don't have scents and got into a huge argument with the writers. After several days of fighting and not wanting production delays over a minor point in the script, the writers conceded and changed Reed's line to "This looks like strawberry heaven."" Strawberries, do in fact, have a very chemically complex scent.
6th Jan '18 9:11:08 AM crazyrabbits
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** The first film shows the family [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rKeqPEGMvM going to a Sears department store and singing "Sunshine Day"]]. At the time of the film's release (1995), Sears could be reasonably said to be one of the biggest department store chains in North America. Two decades later, the company went bankrupt in the face of mounting online pressure and competition from other retail chains. Ironically, the sequence (which appears to have been shot as a way to modernize the family after the MisterSandmanSequence introducing them to The90s) comes off as just as dated, albeit even more hilarious in retrospect.

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** The first film shows the family [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rKeqPEGMvM going to a Sears department store and singing "Sunshine Day"]]. At the time of the film's release (1995), Sears could be reasonably said to be one of the biggest department store chains in North America. Two decades later, the company went bankrupt in the face of mounting online pressure and competition from other retail chains. Ironically, the sequence (which appears to have been shot as a way to modernize the family after the MisterSandmanSequence introducing them to The90s) TheNineties) comes off as just as dated, albeit even more hilarious in retrospect.
6th Jan '18 9:10:48 AM crazyrabbits
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** The first film shows the family [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rKeqPEGMvM going to a Sears department store and singing "Sunshine Day"]]. At the time of the film's release (1995), Sears could be reasonably said to be one of the biggest department store chains in North America. Two decades later, the company went bankrupt in the face of mounting online pressure and competition from other retail chains. Ironically, the sequence (which appears to have been shot as a way to modernize the family after the MisterSandmanSequence introducing them to The90s) comes off as just as dated, albeit even more hilarious in retrospect.
1st Jan '18 5:28:59 AM jormis29
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* HamAndCheese: Creator/ShelleyLong and especially Gary Cole both take the cheesy, hyper-earnest characterizations of Carol and Mike from the show UpToEleven, and are clearly having a blast doing it. Since Cole hadn't done much comedy up to that point, his performance was a pleasant surprise.

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* HamAndCheese: Creator/ShelleyLong and especially Gary Cole Creator/GaryCole both take the cheesy, hyper-earnest characterizations of Carol and Mike from the show UpToEleven, and are clearly having a blast doing it. Since Cole hadn't done much comedy up to that point, his performance was a pleasant surprise.
22nd Dec '17 7:10:55 PM Mikeyfan93
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** The above is quite correct, except that was a Nick at Nite promo[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLFkxA0P7Q8]], not TV Land. Unless TV Land ran a very similar ad, of course. To which case, this Troper shall hang his head in shame.

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** The above is quite correct, except that was a Nick at Nite promo[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLFkxA0P7Q8]], not TV Land. Unless TV Land ran a very similar ad, of course. To which case, this Troper shall hang his head in shame.
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