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The Hair-Brained Scheme
Bobby is selling hair tonic, and Greg is graduating in a few days, so Greg asks if he can buy some. Greg decides to use it, but the problem is, it turns his into a shaggy strawberry-blonde mess.

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The Hustler
When a mysterious pool table shows up at the house, nobody can figure out who it's from. Bobby starts getting good at it, becoming unbeatable.

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The Snooperstar
Cindy thinks she is the next Shirley Temple, so she starts curling her hair, and acting like her. When a talent scout stops by, Cindy tries to impress her.

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Top Secret
A FBI agent checks Mike's security clearance, so Oliver and Bobby believe that Mike has secret plans. When Sam asks help with a secret project, the boys are convinced that Sam is a Russian spy.

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Two Petes in a Pod
Peter finds a kid that looks exactly like him at school, and when his plans to date a girl clash with his father's plan for Peter to date another girl, Peter asks the look-a-like, Arthur, if he could pretend to be him.

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Welcome Aboard
Carol's nephew, Oliver comes to live with them after his parents went to South America to study things. Oliver believes he is bad-luck, and shuns himself from the rest of the group.

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Out of This World
The boys search for UFOs after meeting James McDivitt.

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The Driver's Seat
Greg says men are better drivers than women, but Marcia says that isn't true. They both take the test, and Marcia does better on the written, but Greg does better during the driver course.

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Kelly's Kids
The Brady's get new neighbors, a couple who recently adopted a boy from an orphanage. The boy misses his two best friends, so the couple decides to adopt them too.

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Miss Popularity
Jan is nominated as the most popular girl in her grade, and Peter decides to be her campaign manager. Jan makes a lot of promises she can't keep, and ends up in a whole lot of trouble.

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The Elopement
Marcia and Jan overhear Alice on the phone with Sam discussing an elopement, leading them to thinks that Sam and Alice are secretly getting married. Once word spreads to the whole family, everyone makes preparations for a surprise reception party, only to find out afterwards that it's Sam's cousin Clara that is getting married.

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The Cincinnati Kids
The kids go along with Mike to King's Island Amusement Park, and they enjoy themselves, but when Mike looses the plans, they must stop all the fun, and search for them.

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Try, Try Again
Jan quits ballet, and joins tap dancing. Jan practices her tap dancing at home, and that starts to annoy the family.

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Quarterback Sneak
Greg and Peter believe the rival quarterback Jerry Rogers didn't come over just to date Marcia, but to steal Greg's playbook. Peter and Greg create a fake playbook full of bad plays, and while spying on him, Peter confirms that Jerry steals it.

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My Brother's Keeper
Bobby saves Peter's life, and Peter promises to be his slave for life. Peter does anything, so Bobby begins to take advantage of Peter, and use him for his own personal needs.

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Marcia Gets Creamed
Marcia's boyfriend is complaining she never spends any time with him because she is always working, so she gets Peter to work for him, but finds out that her boyfriend really is a jerk.

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Getting Greg's Goat
Greg and his football teammates steal their rival's school mascot, and Greg is forced to keep it in his bedroom. The rest of the family hears him talking to the goat, and they believe he has a girl in his bedroom.

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Peter and the Wolf
Greg has a date with a girl, and she is bringing along her cousin. Greg can't find anyone to double date with him, so he gets Peter to pose as a senior, and they both go on a date.

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Never Too Young
Bobby defends a girl named Millicent from a bunch of people laughing at her, and she kisses him. Bobby hates girls, and when he later finds out he has the mumps, he is worried he'll miss a party.

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Snow White and the Seven Bradys
Cindy's teacher is retiring, and all the Brady girls, even Carol had her for a teacher, and they want to give her a gift. Cindy suggests a play, and they decide on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

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Mail Order Hero
Bobby lies to all his friends when he tells them a famous football player stopped by his house when he was in town, and the rest of the kids want to meet him.

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Adios, Johnny Bravo
A musical agent sees the Brady's audition for an amateur show, and she likes Greg's voice and wants to sign him, but not the rest of the kids. This allows Greg's ego to grow.

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The Brady Bunch is a quintessential American sitcom that aired on ABC from 1969 to 1974. The primetime hit was created and produced by Sherwood Schwartz who had previously found success with another sitcom, Gilligan's Island. The program was primarily focused on a large, blended family navigating the intricacies of life while balancing humor, love, and enduring family values. The Brady Bunch starred Robert Reed as Mike Brady, a widowed architect with three sons of his own: Greg (Barry Williams), Peter (Christopher Knight), and Bobby (Mike Lookinland). His character is often seen as the voice of reason, solving problems and guiding kids with his wisdom. Florence Henderson starred as Carol Brady, his wife, who is assumed to be a widow with three daughters of her own: Marcia (Maureen McCormick), Jan (Eve Plumb), and Cindy (Susan Olsen). Mike's endearing family dog, Tiger, and housekeeper Alice Nelson (Ann B. Davis) completed the clan. The quirky character of Alice, who shakes things up with humor and a touch of light-heartedness unmarried, was a much-loved part of the household, arguably the interface linking the six children and the Brady parents. Despite confronting the challenges involved in blending families and various issues associated with forming a cohesive unit, The Brady Bunch maintained a cheerful and warm theme throughout its course without delving heavily into personal angst. To the charm of many fans, the storylines mainly dealt with innocent, lighthearted pre-teen and teenage issues. The show was set in suburban Los Angeles and projected a brightly colored, optimistic world in which issues were resolved neatly and fairly. The eye-catching split-level ranch house set was the central backdrop, boasting its iconic staircase. While The Brady Bunch was not a major hit during its original run and didn't crack the top ten in the Nielsen ratings, the show gained significant popularity through syndication in the years after. Children who came of age during the 1970s and 1980s grew to love the Brady family, as the show’s reruns captivated audiences after school. The series has grown into an American classic, a near-mythical representation of the 1970s American family. Throughout its run, several guest stars made appearances on the show, including NFL great "Deacon" Jones, pop singer Davy Jones, and child actor Robbie Rist as Cousin Oliver in the last six episodes of the series, their encounters furthering each episode’s engaging plot. Allan Melvin was featured as a recurring actor, playing Sam Franklin, a butcher who was Alice’s boyfriend. The iconic theme song, "The Brady Bunch," added another layer to the program's infectious appeal, and the distinctive opening grid sequence featuring the family’s faces is recognized widely even today. Over the years, the show has spawned a variety of spin-offs and sequels, including The Brady Bunch Hour (1976–77), a variety show that reunited the original cast, The Brady Brides (1981), a sitcom that followed Marcia and Jan into married life, and A Very Brady Christmas (1988). The Bradys, a serious drama, aired in 1990, which was hugely different from the sitcom's original tone. In the 1990s, The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel afforded a new, ironic take on the family’s wholesomeness. In essence, The Brady Bunch represents a simpler, more innocent era of television, drawing on universal themes of love, understanding, and unity. Its blend of humor, wholesome content, and family values have kept generation after generation coming back for more. Despite its dated nature, it remains a snapshot of positivism, and enduring love, appreciated by those who lived during its airing and those discovering it decades later.

The Brady Bunch is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 5 seasons with a total of 117 episodes, the show debuted on 1969. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 6.8.

Barry Williams, Mike Lookinland, Florence Henderson, Maureen McCormick, Ann B. Davis, Christopher Knight, Eve Plumb, Susan Olsen, Robert Reed, Christopher Knight, Robbie Rist, Allan Melvin
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