8: s01e01 With Commentary
9: s01e08 With Commentary
10: s01e21 With Commentary
11: Variety Hour 1
12: Variety Hour 2
13: Variety Hour Extras
16: The Brady Bunch First Season Special Feature
Sunday, December 18th, 1988
1: A Very Brady Christmas
Almost 20 years after the start of the orignal "Brady Bunch", the kids are grown up and have kids of their own. Everyone is having a wonderful time back at the family house for Christmas, until Mike learns of a structural problem in one of the buildings he designed. As he is inspecting the problem, the building collapses, trapping him inside. As the whole family waits by the pile of rubble, they fear the worst. Will Dad be all right?
Friday, February 9th, 1990
14: The Brady 500
The Brady 500 was the pilot 2-hour movie of the The Bradys, the short-lived 1990 spin-off series of the original Brady Bunch series. Written by the original series' creators, father and son Sherwood and Lloyd J. Schwartz, the episode premiered on CBS on February 9, 1990. The movie consists of two 1-hour episodes, "Start Your Engines", and "Here We Grow Again".
Friday, February 17th, 1995
6: The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)
The original '70s T.V. family is now placed in the 1990s, where they're even more square and out of place than ever.
Friday, August 23rd, 1996
15: A Very Brady Sequel (1996)
Following its predecessor, the film places the 1970s Brady Bunch family in a contemporary 1990s setting, where much of the humor is derived from the resulting culture clash and the utter lack of awareness they show toward their relatively unusual lifestyle. One evening, a man claiming to be Carol's long-lost first husband, Roy Martin, shows up at the suburban Brady residence. He is actually a con man named Trevor Thomas and is there to steal their familiar horse statue that is actually a $20 million ancient artifact. They, portrayed as naïve, believe his story about suffering from amnesia and having plastic surgery after being injured. Throughout Trevor's stay, he is openly hostile to them, his sarcasm and insults completely going over their heads. Bobby and Cindy start a "Detective Agency" hunting down her missing doll and stumble upon Trevor's true intentions. Trevor kidnaps Carol and takes her and the artifact to a buyer in Hawaii. The remaining Brady family travels to Hawaii to save her and foil his plans. Besides the main storyline, the children have their own subplots in the film. Greg and Marcia both want to move out of their shared rooms and when neither wants to back down, they have to share the attic together. When Trevor's arrival suggests that Carol and Mike might not be married, Greg and Marcia believe that they are technically not related. That leads them to realize they are in love with each other, but try to hide it from one another throughout the movie. Eventually both cave in and they share a kiss at the end of the movie, but Marcia agrees to let Greg have the attic to himself, until he goes to college. Jan's subplot involves her making up a pretend boyfriend named George Glass in order to make herself seem more popular. Jan then meets a real boy named George Glass during the family's trip to Hawaii. Peter, who is trying to decide what career path to choose, starts idolizing and emulating Trevor, which frequently gets him in trouble at the architect firm where Mike works. Mike has been planning a second wedding/renewal of vows for himself and Carol, for an anniversary present without her knowing, although Trevor's arrival throws a monkey wrench into things.
Sunday, May 21st, 2000
4: Growing Up Brady
The cast and crew of the 1970s family comedy "The Brady Bunch" encounter drama, humor and zealous fans as the show becomes popular.
Friday, November 29th, 2002
7: The Brady Bunch in the White House (2002)
Mike Brady becomes the President of the United States, and names Carol as his V.P.
Sunday, September 26th, 2004
2: Still Brady After All These Years
Tuesday, March 1st, 2005
5: The Brady Bunch - Coming Together Under One Roof
A behind the scenes look at the casting and creation of The Brady Bunch.
Monday, October 24th, 2011
3: The Bradys Go Bowling
One of the earliest reality TV series was “Celebrity Bowling,” which often pitted the casts of popular television shows against one another to win cash prizes for people in the studio audience. Greg (Barry Williams), Marsha (Maureen McCormick), Jan (Eve Plumb), Cindy (Susan Olsen) and Bobby (Mike Lookinland) are pitted against kids from “The Waltons.”
Friday, September 26th, 1969
1: The Honeymoon
In the series opener, Mike Brady, a widower with three boys, marries Carol Martin, a widow with three girls. Just as the minister says "I do" the boy's dog, Tiger gets loose and chases the girl's cat through the wedding party. Chaos breaks loose which prompts Carol and Mike to yell at their kids to control their pets. Guilt over yelling at their kids comes into play later during Mike and Carol's honeymoon.
Friday, October 3rd, 1969
2: Dear Libby
An article in an advice column, Dear Libby, draws Marcia's attention. In the article, an anonymous person is in the same situation as Mike and Carol is in and this particular person is unhappy. This leads Marcia to draw the conclusion that Mike or Carol wrote the letter. She later shows the article to the other kids and they devise a plot to keep their newly formed family together.
Friday, October 10th, 1969
3: Eenie, Meenie, Mommy, Daddy
Cindy has been cast as the fairy princess in the school play. She's excited that her mom and new dad will be able to see her in the production until she learns she can only invite one parent. Torn between who she should choose, Cindy fakes an injury to get out of being in the play.
Friday, October 17th, 1969
4: Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
No longer feeling needed around the Brady household, Alice makes up a story about an ailing aunt in Seattle in order to leave. Later the family finds out the truth and put "Operation Alice" in effect in an attempt to make her stay.
Friday, October 24th, 1969
Jan comes down with a mysterious allergy and Carol and Alice try to determine just what is causing it. They deduce that the cause is Tiger, the family dog. Or is it?
Friday, October 31st, 1969
6: A Clubhouse is Not a Home
With more and more of the girls belongings being moved over from storage, the boys become fed up and take to their 'No Girls Allowed' clubhouse in the backyard which sparks the first of many battles between the sexes. This leads the girls to try to build their own clubhouse.
Friday, November 7th, 1969
7: Kitty Karry-All is Missing
When Cindy's doll, Kitty Karry-All turns up missing, she accuses Bobby. This leads to a mock trial with Alice as the judge to determine Bobby's guilt or innocence. Then later Bobby's kazoo turns up missing and he blames Cindy.
Friday, November 14th, 1969
8: A-Camping We Will Go
Mike and Carol prepare for a family camping trip. However, the boys are not thrilled that the girls will be coming along. Meanwhile, the girls aren't exactly thrilled about sleeping in the wilderness. Later on the trip, things go awry when the girls mess up the boys fishing plans and freak out when they hear owl hoots.
Friday, November 21st, 1969
9: Sorry, Right Number
With nine people in the house, Mike gets frustrated when he can never get any time on the phone for himself. He decides to install a second phone line, but that only makes the problem worse. Thanks to one of Alice's ideas, Mike decides to install a pay phone in the family room. The plan works ... until Mike needs to use the phone one day to set up an appointment with a hard-to-please, heavily scrutinizing developer ... and when the phone company cuts the call off and Mike doesn't have a dime, the developer isn't too amused at all. But in the end, the pay phone proves its worth, both for Mike's blood pressure and securing a multi-million-dollar contract for Mike's firm.
Friday, December 5th, 1969
10: Every Boy Does It Once
After watching "Cinderella" on TV, Bobby becomes concerned about stepmothers—especially since Carol asks him to sweep out the fireplace. Soon after, feeling worthless, Bobby decides to run away.
Friday, December 12th, 1969
11: Vote for Brady
Both Greg and Marcia rush home after school with the news that they're both running for student body president. May the best candidate win, as the boys and girls each take sides and soon each one of them is accusing the other of sabotage. Later, rudeness and apathy abound as each candidate rehearses their campaign speech, leading to a stern lecture from Mike about family unity and how they will be a family far longer than either Greg or Marcia will be class president. It's a speech that Greg take seriously when he fires his campaign manager for recommending that they spread a lie around school that Marcia was seen in the balcony of the local movie theater with an older boy. Marcia (who witnessed the exchange without Greg knowing it) realizes that, while Greg is indeed intensely competitive, he also has integrity and will stick up for his siblings ... and then understands that Greg is the best for the job after all.
Friday, December 19th, 1969
12: The Voice of Christmas
Carol is to sing in church on Christmas, but days before the event, she loses her voice. Later at the mall, a hopeful Cindy asks a Santa Claus to bring Carol's voice back by Christmas. Meanwhile, Alice and the kids find it a difficult task hiding Christmas gifts in the house.
Friday, December 26th, 1969
13: Is There a Doctor in the House?
Peter comes home from school with the measles, so naturally, Carol calls the doctor, her doctor, who happens to be a woman. Meanwhile, Mike calls his doctor, a man. Soon all the kids come down with the measles and the household is in an uproar in yet another battle of the sexes, as the girls want a female doctor and the boys want a male doctor.
Friday, January 2nd, 1970
14: Father of the Year
Marcia enters Mike in a "Father of the Year" contest through the newspaper. However, in order to do this she's had to sneak around. When Mike catches her and she's unable to explain, he grounds her from the family ski trip.
Friday, January 9th, 1970
15: 54-40 and Fight
The Brady family learns that a trading stamp company is going out of business. A fight breaks out over who should get all of the saved stamps, the boys or the girls. If the girls get them, they'll buy a sewing machine and if the boys get them, they'll by a rowboat.
Friday, January 16th, 1970
16: Mike's Horror-Scope
The day after Carol reads Mike's horoscope, which states "a strange woman will enter your life tomorrow," Beebe Gallini enters Mike's office and proves to be a most difficult client. Soon, Mike finds himself spending more time at the office than at home with Carol and the kids.
Friday, January 23rd, 1970
17: The Undergraduate
When Greg begins constant daydreaming and his grades start to drop the Brady's quickly think something is wrong. They soon deduce he has puppy love, for a certain girl named Linda. However, they are having an incredibly hard time finding the right Linda but soon the Bradys quickly learn just who this Linda is.
Friday, January 30th, 1970
18: Tiger, Tiger!
One afternoon, Bobby briefly leaves Tiger unattended and returns to find him missing. Soon a city wide search is on. Meanwhile, a string of burglaries in the neighborhood has Alice paranoid. Could the robbers have lured Tiger away in order to rob the Brady house?
Friday, February 6th, 1970
19: The Big Sprain
Carol is out of town visiting her sick Aunt Mary and Alice is all prepared to take care of the Brady home. However, she sprains her ankle, after tripping on Chinese checkers, putting Mike and the kids in charge of the household duties. Meanwhile, her boyfriend Sam finds himself in a dilemma over whether or not to take someone else to the upcoming Meatcutters Ball.
Friday, February 13th, 1970
20: Brace Yourself
Marcia is distraught after getting braces and becomes convinced she's ugly. This compounds when her boyfriend Alan breaks their upcoming date, thinking it's due to her braces. Meanwhile, the Brady kids try their best to make Marcia not feel so self-conscious but with little success.
Friday, February 20th, 1970
21: The Hero
While shopping at Driscoll's Toy Store, Peter looks up to see a wall about to fall on a little girl. He quickly pushes her out of the way. This leads to immediate media attention and Peter is named a hero. However, Peter lets all the attention go to his head, annoying his friends and his brothers and sisters.
Friday, February 27th, 1970
22: The Possible Dream
Marcia's sense of security is shattered when Cindy inadvertently gives away her diary to a book collection. Marcia is especially concerned since in it, she confessed a secret desire for Desi Arnaz, Jr.
Friday, March 6th, 1970
23: To Move or Not to Move
With constant complaints about the size of the house bombarding Mike and Carol, Mike puts the house up for sale and looks into buying a new one. Immediately after this, the Brady house seems to be haunted.
Friday, March 13th, 1970
24: The Grass is Always Greener
Mike and Carol switch roles for a day in order to prove a day with the opposite sex involves much less work. Their duties: Carol must help the boys with baseball practice and Mike must help Marcia with a cooking badge.
Friday, March 20th, 1970
25: Lost Locket, Found Locket
Jan receives a mysterious locket in the mail with no indication of who sent it. While the Bradys are trying to figure out who sent it, the locket mysteriously vanishes.
Friday, September 25th, 1970
1: The Dropout
Don Drysdale's tips for Greg on his baseball playing go to his head. Which leads to Greg deciding to not go to college and he even starts to think about dropping out of high school.
Friday, October 2nd, 1970
2: The Babysitters
Mike and Carol decide to allow Greg and Marcia babysit for the younger Bradys one evening when they go out for the evening and Alice is out with Sam.
Friday, October 9th, 1970
3: The Slumber Caper
Mike and Carol agree to allow Marcia to have a slumber party and the boys are thrilled because then they'll be able to play tricks on everyone. Then when Marcia gets into trouble at school, the slumber party is canceled.
Friday, October 16th, 1970
4: The Un-Underground Movie
Greg's history project is a home movie about the pilgrims with the rest of the Bradys clan as the cast. However, soon the other Bradys take over and pretty soon Greg loses control of his project.
Friday, October 23rd, 1970
5: Going, Going...Steady
Marcia has a crush on a boy who doesn't even know she's alive, at least not until she studies up on his favorite hobby, insect collecting.
Friday, October 30th, 1970
6: Call Me Irresponsible
Greg gets his first job as an office boy at Mike's architectural firm. However, he places his job in jeopardy when he carelessly loses some important designs.
Friday, November 6th, 1970
7: The Treasure of Sierra Avenue
While playing football in a vacant lot with Greg and Peter, Bobby discovers a wallet containing $1,100. When the girls learn about the boys' coup, they decide they want a cut of the money; this leads to yet another fight in the Brady household.
Friday, November 13th, 1970
8: A Fistful of Reasons
A bully named Buddy Hinton has been making fun of Cindy's lisp. So in order to defend her, Peter tries to learn how to defend himself.
Friday, November 20th, 1970
9: The Not-So-Ugly Duckling
Clark Tyson, a boy that Jan has a crush on, likes older girls, especially Marcia. This leads Jan to make up an imaginary boyfriend, George Glass.
Friday, December 4th, 1970
10: The Tattle-Tale
Cindy has become somewhat of a tattletale leading Alice to get in a fight with Sam and the other siblings leaving her out of their activities. In the end, Cindy learns there are times when she has to tell what's going on when it's "important" ... such as when Tiger doggie-swipes a claim voucher for a prize Alice won in a jingle-writing contest.
Friday, December 11th, 1970
11: What Goes Up...
When Bobby falls from a tree and sprains his ankle, he devolops a fear of heights. This prompts the Brady family to try to cure his fear.
Friday, December 18th, 1970
12: Confessions, Confessions
Peter breaks Carol's favorite vase on the eve of a camping trip that he's looking forward to. So in order for him to go on the trip, the other Brady siblings unknowingly each confess.
Friday, January 1st, 1971
13: The Impractical Joker
Jan's practical joking puts Greg's science project, a mouse named Myron, in mortal danger when he gets loose allowing Alice to catch a glimpse of him which leads to her calling the exterminator.
Friday, January 8th, 1971
14: Where There's Smoke
Jan and Cindy catch Greg smoking with some friends. This leads to them telling Marcia who in turn tells Mike and Carol.
Friday, January 15th, 1971
15: Will the Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up?
Tired of being the middle blond girl of the family, Jan tries to alter her appearance by buying a black wig, which she intends to wear to a friend's upcoming birthday party.
Friday, January 22nd, 1971
16: The Drummer Boy
When Bobby gets a set of drums he drives the family up the wall. Meanwhile, Peter is made fun of for being in the glee club by his football teammates.
Friday, January 29th, 1971
17: Coming-Out Party
Mike's boss, Mr. Phillips, invites him and his family on a fishing trip on his boat. However when Cindy comes down with tonsillitis, the trip is postponed. Tonsillitis quickly claims another, when Carol also must have her tonsils taken out.
Friday, February 5th, 1971
18: Our Son, the Man
Greg, tired of the antics of his younger siblings, thinks he should have his own room. Mike allows Greg to turn his den into his own room. This also leads to Greg dressing a whole new way and talking a whole new way, including calling his parents by their first names.
Friday, February 12th, 1971
19: The Liberation of Marcia Brady
A reporter interviews Marcia and asks her about her views on Women's Lib. This leads to her joining Greg's Frontier Scouts to try to prove a woman can do anything a man can do.
Friday, February 19th, 1971
20: Lights Out
After witnessing a magician performing a disappearing act, Cindy refuses to sleep with the lights off. Meanwhile, Peter begins to develop a magic act and a reluctant Cindy agrees to be his assistant.
Friday, February 26th, 1971
21: The Winner
After discovering he is the only Brady without a trophy, Bobby enters numerous contests in order to win one. Including, selling magazines and a televised ice cream eating contest.
Friday, March 5th, 1971
22: Double Parked
The Brady family goes all out to try to save a neighborhood park from being built on. This puts Mike's job in jeopardy since his company is the firm in charge of the construction.
Friday, March 12th, 1971
23: Alice's September Song
An old boyfriend of Alice's, Mark Millard, comes to town and begins to wine and dine her, unknown to her he has other intentions in mind.
Friday, March 26th, 1971
24: Tell It Like It Is
Carol is secretly writing an article about life with the Brady Bunch for Tomorrow's Woman Magazine. But soon after sending the article in, she gets a rejection letter.
Friday, September 17th, 1971
1: Ghost Town, U.S.A.
The Bradys set out for a family vacation at the Grand Canyon. But when the family stops in an old ghost town, a paranoid old prospector locks them in a jail cell, believing the Bradys to be after his claim.
Friday, September 24th, 1971
2: Grand Canyon or Bust
The Brady family finally arrives at the Grand Canyon and sets up camp. But the family is thrown into a panic when Bobby and Cindy get lost in the canyon while chasing an Indian boy.
Friday, October 1st, 1971
3: The Brady Braves
On vacation in the Grand Canyon, Bobby and Cindy become lost and befriend an Indian boy named Jimmy.
Friday, October 8th, 1971
4: The Wheeler-Dealer
Greg buys his first car for $100 from his smooth-talking friend Eddie. Finding that he has been stuck with a lemon, Greg attempts to repeat Eddie's snow job when he tries to resell the car to another sucker.
Friday, October 15th, 1971
5: My Sister, Benedict Arnold
Greg is furious when he discovers Marcia is dating a rival who had beaten him out of a spot on the basketball team. Seeking revenge, Greg begins seeing the girl who had bested Marcia in cheerleading.
Friday, October 22nd, 1971
6: The Personality Kid
Convinced he doesn't have personality, Peter goes all out to try to get one. After imitating celebrities, Peter tries to be a comedian, but his jokes bomb when he tells them to his party guests. Pork chops...and applesauce!
Friday, October 29th, 1971
7: Juliet is the Sun
When Marcia lands the lead role of Juliet in the school play, she lets it go to her head, which leads to her losing the role and having a meltdown when told the bad news.
Friday, November 5th, 1971
8: And Now, a Word from Our Sponsor
A commercial producer discovers the Brady family while they are grocery shopping and wants them to be in a laundry soap commercial. But the family doesn't use the product, leading to a classic Brady dilemma.
Friday, November 12th, 1971
9: The Private Ear
Peter eavesdrops on his siblings' private conversations with the help of Mike's tape recorder.
Friday, November 19th, 1971
10: Her Sister's Shadow
Tired of being in Marcia's shadow, Jan is determined to do something that Marcia never did. But Jan becomes more depressed when she fails to make the cheer squad. Then she wins first prize in an essay contest only to discover that her teacher had made a mistake in scoring.
Friday, November 26th, 1971
Greg's rib injury keeps him on the football sidelines, but Bobby's new photography hobby leads to a game-deciding discovery.
Friday, December 10th, 1971
12: Getting Davy Jones
Marcia makes a promise that she will get Davy Jones to perform at the prom, but finds it almost impossible to reach the former Monkee -- until he surprises her with a visit to the Brady house.
Friday, December 24th, 1971
13: The Not-So-Rose-Colored Glasses
After taking the wrong bike from school and with her grades beginning to slip, Jan is fitted with a pair of glasses. But her unwillingness to wear the glasses leads to the destruction of Mike's anniversary gift to Carol, a portrait of all six children, and the kids must try to reshoot the photo without Mike knowing.
Friday, December 31st, 1971
14: The Teeter-Totter Caper
When Bobby and Cindy are not invited to a wedding because they're too young, they set out to do something important: break a teeter-totter record.
Friday, January 7th, 1972
15: Big Little Man
Bobby becomes self-conscious about his height and tries different ways to make himself "big." First he tries stretching himself, and then he decides to improve his mind by memorizing a bunch of worthless facts.
Friday, January 14th, 1972
16: Dough Re Mi
Wanting to make a record, Greg books a recording studio and writes a song to perform with his siblings. However, when Peter's voice begins cracking, Greg realizes it's time to change and he's got to rearrange the music.
Friday, January 21st, 1972
17: Jan's Aunt Jenny
Jan discovers that Aunt Jenny had closely resembled her in her youth. Jan corresponds with Jenny and receives a photo in return, leading her to worry that she will grow up to look just like her strange-looking aunt. But when Jenny visits, Jan comes to appreciate her unusual lifestyle.
Friday, January 28th, 1972
18: The Big Bet
Bobby and Greg make a bet on how many chin-ups each can do. Confident Greg relaxes while Bobby practices, and when the two finally compete, Bobby ends up on top, with Greg doomed to be his servant.
Friday, February 4th, 1972
19: The Power of the Press
Peter finds popularity after mentioning his classmates in the school newspaper column. But with his schoolwork suffering, he tries the same tactic on his teacher with much different results.
Friday, February 11th, 1972
20: Sergeant Emma
Alice takes a vacation, leaving her duties to her cousin Emma. But the Bradys have trouble adjusting to Emma's militaristic style.
Friday, February 18th, 1972
21: Cindy Brady, Lady
Feeling immature because she is the youngest, Cindy feels that she isn't appreciated until she gets a mysterious letter from a secret admirer.
Friday, March 3rd, 1972
22: My Fair Opponent
As a joke, Marcia's plain-looking friend Molly Webber is nominated to be hostess on Banquet Night. Marcia's mission to transform Molly into a knockout succeeds, only to discover that she is running against her friend.
Friday, March 10th, 1972
23: The Fender Benders
Carol is in a car accident with a man who agrees to pay for his own damages. However, he changes his mind and Carol finds herself summoned to court with Bobby and Cindy testifying against her.
Friday, September 22nd, 1972
1: Hawaii Bound
Mike has to check on the construction of a building in Hawaii, so he takes the whole family along. However, ancient Hawaiian superstition begins to plague the family when Bobby discovers a ancient tabu idol that brings bad luck to those who touch it. Part 1 of 3.
Friday, September 29th, 1972
2: Pass the Tabu
During a surfing competition, Greg wears Bobby's tabu idol and wipes out. Soon after, Greg, Peter and Bobby learn of the ancient superstition from a construction worker, Mr. Hanalei. This leads the boys to search for an ancient burial ground in which to return the idol and break the curse. However, they are unaware of a shadowy figure (Vincent Price) trailing them in the cave. Part 2 of 3.
Friday, October 6th, 1972
3: The Tiki Caves
An archeologist (Vincent Price) traps the boys in a cave and takes them hostage, insisting that they tell him where they found the idol. Meanwhile, Jan, Marcia and Cindy debate whether to tell Mike and Carol about the boys' whereabouts when they fail to come back for dinner. Part 3 of 3.
Friday, October 13th, 1972
4: Today, I am a Freshman
It's the beginning of another school year, and Marcia panics about becoming a freshman, going as far as pretending to be sick. However, after her parents see through Marcia's act, they encourage her to get involved -- but she joins every club available.
Friday, October 20th, 1972
5: Cyrano de Brady
Smitten with Jan's friend Kerry, Peter seeks Greg's advice on landing a girl. This leads to Greg playing Cyrano for Peter, but Kerry mistakenly thinks Greg is the one who has feelings for her.
Friday, October 27th, 1972
6: Fright Night
After Jan and Cindy are spooked by a trick ghost rigged by the boys, the girls try to retaliate. But things get out of hand when Alice becomes a victim of their attempts to spook their brothers.
Friday, November 3rd, 1972
7: The Show Must Go On??
The high school puts on a "Family Frolics" show, with Marcia and Carol performing a routine together while Greg and Mike team up for their own.
Friday, November 10th, 1972
8: Jan, the Only Child
Fed up with the number of people in the household, Jan voices her desire to be an only child. The other kids oblige and treat her that way, but Jan changes her tune when she's excluded from the other kids' activities.
Friday, November 17th, 1972
9: Career Fever
In a paper for English class, Greg writes about wanting to follow in his dad's footsteps and become an architect. When Mike reads the paper, he enthusiastically encourages his son, but Greg is uninterested. Meanwhile, Peter and Jan also explore careers.
Friday, November 24th, 1972
10: Goodbye, Alice, Hello
The kids give Alice the cold shoulder after she reveals that Greg and Peter broke an antique lamp of Carol's. The girls join the bandwagon when Alice innocently tells Carol that Marcia left the stereo on all night. Feeling unwanted and no longer needed, Alice quits.
Friday, December 8th, 1972
11: Greg's Triangle
Greg is crazy for his latest girlfriend, Jennifer, but things get difficult for him when he learns that both Jennifer and Marcia are competing for head cheerleader -- and he just happens to be one of the judges.
Friday, December 22nd, 1972
12: Everyone Can't Be George Washington
Peter is determined to get the part of George Washington in the school play, but the teacher thinks Peter would be better in the role of Benedict Arnold. When his friends start making snide comments about it, Peter decides to get himself kicked out of the play.
Friday, January 5th, 1973
13: Love and the Older Man
When the family dentist, Dr. Vogel, asks Mike if Marcia would be interested in babysitting his kids, Marcia misinterprets the request as a date.
Friday, January 12th, 1973
14: Law and Disorder
Bobby is crestfallen when he is picked to be safety monitor at school. But with Mike's and Carol's encouragement, Bobby becomes determined to do the job well but goes overboard, becoming the most unwelcome person both at school and at home.
Friday, January 19th, 1973
15: Greg Gets Grounded
Bobby tells his parents that Greg nearly got into a freeway accident because he was reading the cover of a new record. Mike and Carol suspend Greg's car privileges for a week, but Greg has plans to take out his girlfriend Rachel. When Greg decides that his father's directive has a "loophole" and takes a buddy's car to procure rock concert tickets for the date, Mike really hits the roof and grounds him. Greg talks his way out of the severe punishment but is bound by "exact words" ... and it leads to a drive-in movie date that neither Greg nor Rachel will ever forget.
Friday, January 26th, 1973
16: Amateur Nite
The Brady kids want to buy a silver platter for their parents' wedding anniversary. But short on money, they perform on a TV amateur contest.
Friday, February 2nd, 1973
17: Bobby's Hero
The principal calls home to alert Mike and Carol to the fact that Bobby's playing Jesse James at school. This leads Mike and Carol to learn just how obsessed Bobby about his "idol" and try to dissuade him from worshiping a cold hearted killer.
Friday, February 9th, 1973
18: The Subject Was Noses
Marcia has a big problem when she inadvertently makes two dates for the same night. One with Charlie and the other with Doug, the big man on campus. She makes a excuse to Charlie to go out with Doug but quickly learns Doug was only interested in having a pretty girl on his arm after Marcia is hit in the face with a football.
Friday, February 23rd, 1973
19: How to Succeed in Business?
Peter is ecstatic when he gets a job at Martinelli's bike shop. However, his wanting to do a thorough job inhibits his speed and work begins piling up as well as customers begin to customers demand their bikes. This leads Mr. Martinelli to give Peter the axe.
Friday, March 2nd, 1973
20: The Great Earring Caper
Peter's new detective kit comes in handy when Cindy touches and then loses a pair of antique earrings that Marcia was borrowing from Carol that she warned her not to touch. This leads Peter and Cindy on an all out search for the missing earrings.
Friday, March 9th, 1973
21: You're Never Too Old
Both Robert Reed puts in double duty as Grandpa Brady as does Florence Henderson when she portrays Grandma Hutchins in an episode where the Brady kids play matchmakers and try to get Grandpa Brady and Grandma Hutchins together. However, their efforts may all be for naught when an argument erupts between Grandma and Grandpa during a romantic dinner.
Friday, March 16th, 1973
22: You Can't Win 'Em All
Both Bobby and Cindy have to opportunity to try out to be on a televised children's quiz show if they get a certain score on a written test. However, an overconfident Bobby doesn't study at all and fails while Cindy is chosen and her ego alienates the rest of the Brady kids.
Friday, March 23rd, 1973
23: A Room at the Top
When the family cleans out the attic, both Greg and Marcia realize what a great room it would be and they both begin fighting over who gets it. This leads to yet another battle between the sexes.
Friday, September 14th, 1973
1: Adios, Johnny Bravo
A musical agent spots Greg and offers him the chance of becoming solo star Johnny Bravo, but he soon learns the real reason he was selected -- he's a perfect fit for a garish suit.
Friday, September 21st, 1973
2: Mail Order Hero
Bobby lies to his friends by telling them he knows NFL legend Joe Namath. So Cindy sends a bogus letter to Namath stating that Bobby is dying and that his last wish is to meet the football star.
Friday, September 28th, 1973
3: Snow White and the Seven Bradys
To earn money for a retirement gift for a teacher, the Brady family puts on a production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. But a mistake in dates threatens the performance by leaving the Bradys with no theater in which to perform.
Friday, October 5th, 1973
4: Never Too Young
After Bobby defends a girl at school, she rewards him with a kiss and he immediately sees skyrockets. But after a second kiss, she tells Bobby that she may have the mumps.
Friday, October 12th, 1973
5: Peter and the Wolf
Greg's date can only go out with him if he can get a date for her visiting cousin. So Greg gets Peter to wear a fake moustache and act like an older man on the double date.
Friday, October 19th, 1973
6: Getting Greg's Goat
Greg and his friends steal a rival school's mascot goat, but things get out of control when the goat proves to be too hard to handle.
Friday, October 26th, 1973
7: Marcia Gets Creamed
Marcia loves her new job at the ice cream parlor -- until the shiftless Peter fouls things up and Jan outperforms her.
Friday, November 2nd, 1973
8: My Brother's Keeper
After Bobby pushes Peter out of the way of a falling ladder, Peter volunteers to be Bobby's slave for life. But Bobby takes advantage of the situation.
Friday, November 9th, 1973
9: Quarterback Sneak
Marcia's new beau, the quarterback of the rival Fairview team, uses her to get to Greg's Westdale playbook.
Friday, November 16th, 1973
10: Try, Try Again
After a string of failures, Jan becomes she has no talent -- until she discovers tap dancing, which drives the Brady family crazy.
Friday, November 23rd, 1973
11: The Cincinnati Kids
Mike brings along the family on a business trip to an amusement park in Cincinnati. But when a mix-up occurs with Mike's blueprints, the Bradys must scour the park to find them.
Friday, December 7th, 1973
12: The Elopement
The family mistakenly believes that Sam and Alice are eloping, so they plan a wedding reception.
Friday, December 21st, 1973
13: Miss Popularity
Jan is competing in a popularity contest at school. However, she finds herself making promises to her classmates that she can't keep.
Friday, January 4th, 1974
14: Kelly's Kids
This failed backdoor pilot attempt finds the Bradys' friends, the Kellys, adopting three ethnically diverse boys and dealing with an inhospitable neighbor.
Friday, January 11th, 1974
15: The Driver's Seat
Greg and Marcia settle a bet about their driving skills by participating in a head-to-head competition, with the whole family cheering them on.
Friday, January 18th, 1974
16: Out of This World
After meeting an astronaut, Bobby and Peter claim to have spotted a UFO and camp out in the backyard to get it on film.
Friday, January 25th, 1974
17: Welcome Aboard
When Carol tells Mike she's expecting an addition to the family, eavesdropping Cindy and Bobby think that Carol is pregnant and pass the rumor along to the rest of the family. But the new addition isn't a baby, it's Carol's nephew Oliver, a clumsy boy who seems to bring trouble wherever he goes.
Friday, February 8th, 1974
18: Two Petes in a Pod
Peter meets a schoolmate who looks and sounds exactly like him. When Peter finds he has two dates for the same night, he hatches a plan to use his doppelganger to stand in for him.
Friday, February 15th, 1974
19: Top Secret
When an FBI agent visits to check Mike's security clearance, Bobby and Oliver become convinced that Mike is working on plans for a top-secret project. They also suspect Sam of being an international spy scheming to steal the plans.
Friday, February 22nd, 1974
20: The Snooperstar
Marcia plants a bogus story in her diary to trap the snooping Cindy, which leads Cindy to believe a talent scout wants her to be the next Shirley Temple.
Friday, March 1st, 1974
21: The Hustler
When Mike's boss, Mr. Matthews, sends the family a pool table, Bobby becomes obsessed with pool, challenging all comers including Mr. Matthews himself.
Friday, March 8th, 1974
22: The Hair-Brained Scheme
Wanting to get rich quick, Bobby begins selling bottles of hair tonic. But the tonic turns Greg's hair orange just days before his high-school graduation. In what happened to be the final episode of the series, series star Robert Reed got himself written out of the episode when he objected to the episode's plotline and writing and neither he nor the Schwartzes would budge.