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95)Snow White and
the Seven Bradys-The Brady's all star in a play to raise money.
- Best Line: "A funny thing happened on
the way to the market." -Mike
- Funniest Line: "Give her another bite of
that apple." -Doc (Greg)
- Cindy Cuteness Factor: -1
- Moral: Don't be a quitter. (At one point
Cindy threatened to give up.)
- Brady Commentary: This is possibly the worst
adaptation of Snow White that's ever been done.
96)Mail Order Hero-Bobby
lies and tells his friends he knows Joe Nameth, but when he comes to town his friends call
his bluff. Joe visits after receiving a phony letter about Bobby being sick.
- Neat-O Moment: The Brady backyard turned into
a football field.
- Best Line: "We don't even know Joe
Nameth. Do we Mike? -Carol
- Most Wholesome Moment: Cindy helping Bobby
and writing the letter.
- Moral: "When you bluff someone may call
you on it." -Mike
- Brady Commentary: Maybe Marcia should have
written Davy Jones saying she was very, very sick in episode #63.
Bradys mistakenly get the idea that Alice and Sam are eloping.
- Neat-O Moments: Alice getting engaged, Greg's
big blue bow tie, and Sam giving Alice lamb chops and pink panties. (Did he actually say
- Best Line: "Take care of our girl."
-Mike (to Sam)
- Funniest Line: "Maybe we can buy our
meat wholesale now." -Cindy
- Brady Commentary: Why does Alice consider an
electric mixer a romantic wedding gift?
- Theme: Mistaken Idea
Bravo-Greg is chosen to be Johnny Bravo but when he learns it wasn't because of
his singing he rejoins the rest of the kids to sing.
- Neat-O Moment: Peter messing up the intricate
Brady choreography at the end of the "Good Time Music" number.
- Best Line: "Adios Johnny Bravo!"
- Moral: "Fame is a fleeting thing, but a
college education will last you a lifetime." -Carol
- Brady Commentary: The Brady parents are so
understanding through Greg's decision not to go to college so he can become a rock star
that it's disappointing to not hear him get a full fledged lecture.
99)Your Never Too
Young-Bobby thinks he's in love after getting his first kiss from a girl named
- Neat-O Moments: Carol saying she found a
1920's dress in a trunk in the attic. Does this mean Greg keeps trunks in his room with
women's clothing in them?
- Most Wholesome Moment: Mike and Carol's
singing a duet of "I wanna be loved by you."
- Best Line: "If you had to get the mumps
you got 'em the best way you could get 'em." -Mike
- Moral: Don't be afraid to tell your parents
- Brady Commentary: Now is a good time to
question why we still see the dog house in the yard even though we haven't seen Tiger in 2
100)Peter and the
Wolf-Greg's girlfriend needs a date for a visiting relative and Greg is stuck
dressing up Peter to look older to use him but when the girls catch on they come up with a
plan to get back at them.
- Best Line: "What's that wild scent your
wearing?" -Peter "Buttered Popcorn." -Peter's date
- Moral: Act your age, and don't pretend to be
something or someone your not.
- Brady Commentary: Peter is the ultimate
bumbling goof in this official Peter bashing episode with Bobby, Cindy, Jan, and Greg all
getting jabs in, but this all lends itself to helping make this one of the funniest shows
of the series.
Goat-Greg steals an opposing teams mascot goat and tries to hide it in the house
while Carol is giving a tour.
- Best Line: "Look Raquel, you had a
pretty rough night so why don't you take a little nap."-Greg
- Funniest Line: "I should have never
gotten involved with a beast like that."(Raquel) -Greg "That is a dreadful thing
to say about a girl no matter what she looks like." -Mike
- Theme: Mistaken idea
- Brady Commentary: This is the single funniest
episode ever. The look on Mike's face alone, when he thinks Greg has had a girl in his
room for an entire night, is hilarious.
Kids-The Bradys go to Kings Island amusement park where
Mike's plans get mixed up
with a poster of Jan's which she losses and the whole family must search for the plans in
- Neat-O Moment: The rain falling in the scene
when Mike hands over the sketches. That's the only time rain is ever seen on the show, of
course in the very next scene it's sunny again.
- Funniest Line: "I'm filling in for my
brother, he's an animal." -Marge "Aren't we all?" -Greg
- Best Line: "Marcia look, I found
- Theme: Vacation
Sneak-Carol's high school flame visits as Marcia tries to date the opposing
quarterback Jerry Rogers. The boys spot trying to take Greg's football playbook. They set a trap with a phony playbook
- Unwholesome Moment: Carol snuggling up to her
- # of Mike Lectures: 1 (to Greg)
- Best Line: "Look man the books a
phony." -Greg (to Jerry)
- Funniest Line: "Jerry Rogers,
quarterback and dreamy." -Marcia
- Moral: Fair play is important on both sides.
Creamed-Marcia, then Peter, then Jan all get jobs at Haskell's when the manager
takes time off until Peter, then Marcia get the boot.
- # of Carol Lectures: 1 (to Peter)
- Most Wholesome Moment: Jan offering to quit
and let Marcia have the job.
- Best Line: "If I have to make a choice I
have to choose Jan." -Mr. Haskell
- Funniest Line: "In the ice cream
business if you slow down you melt." -Mr. Haskell
- Moral: Don't take advantage of your
- Brady Commentary: Yea for Jan, but what ever
happened to "last hired, first fired". Doesn't Marcia's boyfriend have an eerie
resemblance to Robby Benson? He was later on "Shazaam!"
Keeper-When Peter thinks Bobby is his hero he agrees to be his slave. Bobby takes
advantage of this causing a rift and a decision to split their room, until Peter saves
- Neat-O Moment: Bobby flushes the upstairs
toilet that has never been seen.
- Best Line: "Bobby, you saved my life,
thanks, I owe you my life." -Peter
- Moral: Don't take advantage of people.
- Brady Commentary: Peter learned this lesson
in the last episode, now it's Bobby's turn. After this bad episode it's a good thing we
don't have to sit through all the Bradys learning this lesson. Greg takes a phone
call upstairs. Now they have an upstairs phone line again?
Again-Jan thinks she's a no talent loser when she's a clutz at dancing, pon poms
and acting until she discovers her one talent.
- Best Lines: "Why don't you say it I'm
strictly a no talent, I'll never be good at anything, never!" -Jan "Jan really
has no talent for tap dancing." -Marcia (in front of Jan)
- Most Wholesome Moment: Everyone letting Jan
- Moral: Don't be a quitter, keep trying.
- Brady Commentary: Alternate episode title:
Jan the loser. Why did the kids tell Jan they were letting her win?
Kelly's adopt three diverse boys who run away to the Bradys after thinking their causing
trouble for their parents in their community.
- Best Line: "The Kelly Rainbow."
-Carol (referring to the Kelly family)
- Most Wholesome Moment: The group hug of the
Kelly family at the end.
- Funniest Line: "You three are definitely
not Greg, Peter and Bobby." -Alice (after seeing the Kelly kids in the Brady family
- Moral: Can't we all just get along.
- Brady Commentary: As the pilot for an attempt
a new series it's the least Brady-like episode, obviously because the Bradys are hardly
even in it.
Seat-Greg and Marcia bet on who's the better driver. Jan and Marcia get lessons on
concurring their fear then Marcia competes with Greg on a Brady made obstacle driving
- Neat-O Moment: Cindy begins wearing her hair
- Most Sexist Line: "Men are naturally
superior drivers." -Greg
- Best Line: "Resolved, you can sit there
full of self-pity or you can be mature and do something about it. Pick a side."
-Marcia and then Jan
- Theme: Male vs Female
- Brady Commentary: Another case of Mike and
Carol not only condoning gambling but encouraging it by making a driving course. How many
bets does Greg have to lose before he learns his lesson?
Popularity-Jan makes promises she doesn't keep when the elections over and then
became the least popular girl at school and at home.
- Best Line: (talking about her competitor)
"She's got the three 'B's, beautiful, brainy, and built." -Jan
- Theme: Big Head Syndrome
- Funniest Line: "You can ride my range
anytime." -Mike (to Carol in her cowboy outfit)
- Moral: Making campaign promises just to get
elected is wrong. (a Brady never goes back on her promise)
- Brady Commentary: What kind of school has a
competition for the Most Popular Girl? That's such a shallow competition it's no wonder
Jan gets a swelled head.
110)Out of this
World-Peter and Bobby see a U.F.O which causes Bobby to dream of an alien
encounter until the military arrives and Greg confesses to his creation.
- Neat-O Moment: The disgusting lump on Greg's
- Best Line: "I was going to be a
basketball star on Kaplutis." -Bobby(after Peter wakes him from his dream)
- Theme: Mistaken Idea
- Brady Commentary: This episode needs better
special effects. Both the u.f.o. Greg made and the one in Bobby's dream were too hoaky.
This episode is not among the Brady finest, it's almost painful to watch.
111)Two Petes in a
Pod-Peter discovers a clone in his school of himself and uses him to take out
Mike's bosses daughter when Peter has another date for the same night but when his twin is
late Peter must handle both dates.
- Neat-O Moment: This episode was taped before
episode #112 but originally aired after it, which explains the first appearance of cousin
Oliver. It doesn't explain the writing on his shirt disappearing during his only scene.
- Best Line: "I'm flattered Peter would go
to so much trouble to keep our date." -Michelle
- Worst Line: "I was wrong he's not a
checkers freak, he's a freaky freak." -Bobby
- Moral: What a tangled web we weave when first
we tangle to deceive.
comes to live in the Brady house but causes accidents to happen and brings on
the wrath of the other
kids until his luck changes and the Bradys get picked to be extras in a movie.
- Best Line: "I really like it here, it's
- # of Kids Meetings: 1 (discussing Oliver)
- # of Family Meetings: 1 (given by Carol about
- # of Mike Lectures: 1 (to Peter, Jan, Bobby,
- Tearjerker Moment: When Oliver talks to Carol
and says, "And I was trying so hard to make everybody like me."
- Moral: There's no such thing as a jinx, or
don't try too hard.
- Brady Commentary: Whoever said pie fights
aren't funny never saw Carol's face get hit with one.
Snooperstar-To teach Cindy not to snoop in her diary Marcia plants a phony story
about Mike's client, which convinces Cindy to dress up as Shirley Temple.
- Best Line: "Cindy Brady, the new Shirley
- # of Mike and Carol Lectures: 1 (to the
- Cuteness Factor: -10
- Moral: Mind your own business and don't
"snoop" into someone else's.
- Theme: Mistaken Idea
- Brady Commentary: Cindy was just a little too
old for this storyline, like 5 years too old.
Bradys get a pool table as a gift and Bobby soon becomes a shark even beating Mike's boss
at Mike and Carols dinner party.
- Best Line: "Who cares about school, I'm
gonna be the pool champ of the whole world." -Bobby
- Funniest Line: (While Bobby is beating Mike's
boss at pool) "If that were my kid I'd break his arm." -Mr. Sinclair
- # of Mike Lectures: 1 (to Bobby)
- Theme: Young vs Old (OK, it's a bit of a
and Oliver get the idea that Sam is a spy and involved with the FBI because of some plans
he gets from Mike.
- Funniest Line: "Excuse the liver."
-Sam (as he removes a piece off his plans for his shop)
- Best Line: (after Bobby tells him about Sam
being a spy) "You mean he's selling hamburger to both sides." -Greg
- Theme: Mistaken Idea
- Moral: Don't jump to conclusions.
- Brady Commentary: With episodes like this
it's a good thing the series end is near.
Hair-Brained Scheme-Bobby and Cindy try to be entrepreneurs by selling hair tonic
and rabbits. Unfortunately the hair tonic turns Greg's hair orange right before his
- Neat-O Moments: Mike missing his own son's
graduation. Greg's ugly suit and big bow tie.
- Best Line: "Tomorrow's graduation and
I've got orange hair!" -Greg
- Funniest Line: (Convincing Bobby he's not
buying his tonic out of pity) Greg- "Would I give up my hard earned cash if I didn't
really want it." Bobby- "I guess not, your pretty cheap."
- Moral: "Quitters never win and winners
never quit." -Carol
- Brady Commentary: It's a shame the
series ended on a show without Mike. (Robert Reed boycotted this
episode because he hated the script, yet he later participated in the Brady
Bunch Variety Hour, go figure).
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