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The Brady Bunch - The Complete Final Season
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- 22 episodes from the 1973-74 season on four discs
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Other notable episodes from this season include:
Mail Order Hero - guest stars Joe Namath when Bobby lies to his friends telling them that he knows the football star.
Peter and the Wolf - Greg has to get Peter to double date with him and Peter has to pretend to be older wearing a horrible looking fake mustache. It all goes awry when they run into mom & dad at the same restaurant.
Quarterback Sneak - Marcia begins dating the quarterback from a rival high school but Greg is convinced he's only dating her to steal his team's playbook.
The Cincinnati Kids - Mike takes the family to King's island to close a business deal but then loses the plans he was supposed to present to his client. A Classic episode!
The Driver's Seat - When Marcia begins her driver's training Greg makes jokes about women drivers leading to a driving contest between the two.
Welcome Aboard - Cousin Oliver comes to stay with the Brady's...BOOOO!!!!!
The Hustler - The Brady's get a pool table and Bobby turns out to be quite a good player leading to a bit of a gambling obsession.Read more ›
The Brady's are auditioning for a tv amateur show, which where the musical agent spies Greg and decides to offer him a chance of being a solo star. Mike and Carol don't like the idea because they were hoping that Greg would go ahead on to college. The other Brady 5 are mad at him for deserting the Brady 6, or as we know The Silver Platters.
2. Mail Order Hero
In this episode Bobby lies to his friends saying he knows Joe Namath. This makes Cindy to the idea, she writes to Joe Namath saying Bobby is dying and his last wish on earth is to meet the football star.
3. Snow White and the Seven Bradys
The Bradys need to get enough money to buy a retirement gift for a teacher, so they decide to put on a production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. A mistake threatens the whole performance when they don't have a theatre to perform in.
4. Never too Young
After Bobby defends a girl at school she rewards him with a kiss. and he immediatly sees sky rockets. This leads him up to try to kiss her again, but after seeing those sky rockets a second time, she tells the news that she might have the mumps.
5. Peter and the Wolf
Greg gets a date with a girl named Sandra, but only if he can get a date for her visiting cousin Linda. He has to turn to Peter, who has to wear a fake mustache to look older.
6. Getting Gregs Goat
Greg is the person to house Raquel, the rival school teams mascot, a goat. Whom they swipe from the other team after their mascot is stolen. Everything gets out of control when the goat proves she is hard to handle, easy to feed, but not easy to catch.
7. Marcia Gets Creamed
Marcia got a new job at the ice cream parlor.Read more ›
First. Greg's family has to deal with his temporarily inflated ego when a talent agent wants to make `Johnny Bravo' a solo star ("Adios, Johnny Bravo"). What threatens to damage the family however is quickly-if too conveniently-resolved because this is Brady world after all.
Then, Bobby gets to deal with ethical issues of his own ("Mail Order Hero"). To bail him out of a fib that he knew Joe Namath, Cindy wrote a `sob story' letter to the football star. Guest-starring as himself in this episode, Namath does not appear mad at the kids-he is instead empathetic.
Ms. Popularity herself, Marcia Brady, becomes a working girl this season. To earn some money, she works in the local ice cream parlor ("Marcia Gets Creamed"). Marcia soon discovers a career leaves little time for dating---her once-boyfriend has the nerve to come in with another girl. She then faces another more serious issue when she has to fire her own brother Peter, whom she had recommended for a job at this same parlor. Instead of having an identical work ethic, he had blown off the job.
Bobby has a growing experience when the girl he has a crush on tells him she may have the mumps ("Never Too Young"). Like "Is There A Doctor In The House'" from the very first season, this episode was really poignant for a generation who did know what having the mumps was like. However, it doesn't translate well to mine-we have grown up with immunization from this same disease.Read more ›
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I enjoyed and love watching The Brady Bunch. It's so funny.Published 3 months ago by Janice K. Rudy
This was a Christmas present for my daughter and she loves the Brady Bunch!Published 6 months ago by Barbara Lachat
Bradys are the best! Many life lessons learned from the Brady Bunch. These DVDs are organized, labeled well, gives title and original air date and a summary of each episode. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mom in Iowa
Have the complete series. They are a crazy bunch of kids, always getting into something.Published 12 months ago by David Merrell