The Brady Bunch

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It's the story of a lovely lady who one day meets this fellow—and we all know how they became 'The Brady Bunch'! Reviving the wholesome values of television's early days, the Bradys' blended family—parents Mike (Robert Reed) and Carol (Florence Henderson), three boys, three girls and housekeeper Alice (Ann B. Davis)—provides the foundation for humorous dilemmas revolving around sibling drama and coming-of-age issues.

Next Airings

  • 3/26 12:00PMThe Hero
    "When Peter is hailed a hero for saving a little girl, the attention gets to his head... and the rest of the Bradys."
  • 3/26 12:30PMThe Possible Dream
    "Cindy mistakenly donates Marcia's diary to a book collection service, not knowing it reveals a secret crush for Desi Arnaz Jr."
  • 4/2 12:00PMTo Move or Not to Move
    "Wanting more room, Mike puts the house on the market, while the kids scare up a plan to keep buyers away."
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Episode Guide

Episode Guide

Season 1
  • Season 1
  • Season 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4
  • Season 5

Ep 1: The Honeymoon

In the series opener, Mike Brady, a widower with three boys, marries Carol Martin, a widow with three girls. There are a few chaotic events at the wedding, and things get off to a rough start for everyone, but somehow, this group forms a family.

Ep 2: Dear Libby

A troublesome letter about a blended family in an advice column draws Marcia's attention, and she assumes it was written by either Mike or Carol. She and the other kids devise a plot to keep their newly formed family together.

Ep 3: Eenie, Meenie, Mommy, Daddy

Cindy has been cast as in the school play, but learns she can only invite one parent to the show. Torn between whom she should choose, Cindy fakes an injury to get out of being in the play altogether.

Ep 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 launches "Operation Alice" in an attempt to make her stay.

Ep 5: Katchoo

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?

Ep 6: A Clubhouse Is Not a Home

With the girls' belongings being moved over from storage, the boys become fed up. They take to their 'No Girls Allowed' clubhouse, sparking a battle of the sexes, as the girls attempt to build their own clubhouse.

Ep 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 judge to determine Bobby's guilt or innocence. Later, Bobby's kazoo turns up missing and he blames Cindy.

Ep 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, and the girls aren't exactly thrilled about sleeping in the wilderness.

Ep 9: Sorry, Right Number

With nine people in the house, Mike gets frustrated at his lack of telephone time. He decides to install a second phone line, but that only makes the problem worse. This leads him to install a pay phone in the family room.

Ep 10: Every Boy Does It Once

After watching "Cinderella" on TV, Bobby becomes concerned about stepmothers - especially when Carol asks him to sweep out the fireplace. Soon after, Bobby decides to run away.

Ep 11: Vote for Brady

Greg and Marcia rush home after school with the news that they're both running for student body president. The boys and girls each take sides and soon each one of them is accusing the other of sabotage.

Ep 12: The Voice of Christmas

Carol is asked to sing at church on Christmas, but loses her voice just days before the event. A hopeful Cindy asks a department store Santa Claus to bring Carol's voice back in time.

Ep 13: Is There a Doctor in the House?

A wave of measles hits the Brady household, and there's uproar, as well as another battle of the sexes - the girls want a female doctor and the boys want a male doctor.

Ep 14: Father of the Year

Marcia enters Mike in a "Father of the Year" contest through the newspaper, but in order to mail her entry before the deadline she breaks curfew. Mike catches her but she's unable to explain, and he grounds her from the family ski trip.

Ep 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.

Ep 16: Mike's Horror-Scope

The day after Carol reads Mike's horoscope, which states "a strange woman will enter your life tomorrow," a difficult and demanding female client begins to dominate Mike's time, keeping him away from home.

Ep 17: The Undergraduate

Greg's constant daydreaming and slipping grades are traced to his crush on a girl named Linda. They try to track her down, and find her right there in his class, where she happens to be his teacher.

Ep 18: Tiger, Tiger!

Bobby briefly leaves Tiger unattended and returns to find him missing. Soon there's a citywide search to track him down. Meanwhile, a string of burglaries in the neighborhood has worried.

Ep 19: The Big Sprain

Carol is out of town visiting her sick aunt when Alice sprains her ankle, leaving Mike and the kids to fend for themselves. Meanwhile, Alice's boyfriend Sam wonders whether or not he should take someone else to the upcoming Meatcutters' Ball.

Ep 20: Brace Yourself

Marcia is distraught after getting braces, and is convinced that they've made her ugly. Her brothers and sisters try their best to make Marcia feel less self-conscious, but they have little success.

Ep 21: The Hero

While shopping at Driscoll's Toy Store, Peter looks up to see a wall about to fall on a little girl, and he saves her by pushing her out of the way. He's called a hero but he lets the newfound attention go to his head.

Ep 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.

Ep 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. It isn't long after that that the house appears to be haunted.

Ep 24: The Grass is Always Greener

Each thinking their spouse has a much easier time of it, Mike and Carol switch roles for a day. Carol must help the boys with baseball practice and Mike must help Marcia with a cooking badge.

Ep 25: Lost Locket, Found Locket

Jan receives a mysterious locket in the mail. Pretty soon a manhunt begins to find the sender, the only clue being the typewriter used to address the envelope drops its ‘y.’ When the locket mysteriously vanishes, Peter suggests they re-enact exactly what they were doing the night it disappeared.

Ep 1: The Dropout

Mike has been designing a new home for Don Drysdale, who stops by the house to look at the plans. After Drysdale gives Greg baseball tips, he considers dropping out of high school to become a professional ball player.

Ep 2: The Babysitters

With Alice away at Sam's, and Cindy developing the sniffles, Mike and Carol are ready to cancel their night out. Greg and Marcia argue that they are responsible and old enough to look after their siblings.

Ep 3: The Slumber Caper

Mike and Carol agree to allow Marcia to have a slumber party and the boys plot a series of tricks. But after Marcia is accused of insulting her teacher with a sketch at school, the party is in danger of being cancelled.

Ep 4: The Un-Underground Movie

Greg's history project is a home movie about the pilgrims with the rest of the Brady clan as the cast. However, everyone's got their own idea about how the movie should go, and Greg soon loses control of his own project.

Ep 5: Going, Going... Steady

Marcia comes home from school in a daydream and the rest of the family can't figure out her problem. It seems 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. The next time she comes home from school, she has exciting news, he asked her to "go steady."

Ep 6: Call Me Irresponsible

Soon to be 16 and anxious to start saving for a car, 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.

Ep 7: The Treasure of Sierra Avenue

While playing in a vacant lot, the boys discovers a wallet containing $1,100. The girls learn about the boys' find, and they decide they want a cut of the money. The result is another boys-against-girls fight in the Brady household.

Ep 8: A Fistful of Reasons

Cindy comes home in tears after a bully, Buddy Hinton, begins picking on her because of her lisp. One afternoon, Peter encounters Buddy teasing Cindy and defends her, but gets a black eye in the process. Mike and Carol try to reason with Buddy's parents but get nowhere, and Peter goes into training so he can defend himself against Buddy.

Ep 9: The Not-So-Ugly Duckling

Jan has been smitten with Clark Tyson and they've been studying together. However, when Marcia casually, steps in the family room, Clark is instantly smitten. Jan becomes insecure about her looks and seeks out ways to get rid of her freckles. However, later, not wanting people to feel sorry for her, Jan makes up an imaginary boyfriend, George Glass.

Ep 10: The Tattle-Tale

Cindy has become a tattletale, much to the chagrin of her brothers and sisters, who sound begin leaving her out of activities as a result. Though Mike and Carol warn her, Cindy's squealing leads to an argument between Alice and Sam.

Ep 11: What Goes Up...

Bobby wants to join the tree house club Peter has with his friends, and they finally let him in. Bobby falls from the tree and sprains his ankle, leading to his developing a fear of heights which the family attempts to cure..

Ep 12: Confessions, Confessions

While playing ball in the house, Peter breaks Carol's favorite vase. The other kids cover for him, each confessing. Mike and Carol to deduce that Peter is the culprit and do their best to try to get him to confess.

Ep 13: The Impractical Joker

Jan's practical jokes begin to backfire, as Greg's science project (a mouse named Myron he's studying for class) gets loose, prompting Alice to call an exterminator.

Ep 14: Where There's Smoke

Greg is spotted puffing on a cigarette with some members of a rock band. Mike and Carol get word, but refrain from punishing him. However, it's not long before a pack of cigarettes falls out of his letterman jacket.

Ep 15: Will the Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up?

Jan is upset when her friend, Lucy Winters, sends a birthday party invitation but accidentally addresses it to Marcia. Tired of being the middle blonde girl of the family, Jan tries to alter her appearance by buying a black wig, which she intends to wear to Lucy's upcoming birthday party. Meanwhile, Peter is horrified that Margie will be attending the party, a girl who has a major crush on him.

Ep 16: The Drummer Boy

Peter, Jan and Cindy rush home from school with the news that they've joined the glee club. Bobby feels left out, but Mike and Carol let him test out his musical ability on a set of drums. Bobby's enthused, but is he talented?

Ep 17: Coming-Out Party

Mike's boss, Mr. Phillips, invites the Brady family on a fishing trip. However, when Cindy comes down with tonsillitis, the trip is postponed, to everyone's dismay. They try to keep an epidemic at bay in the Brady house.

Ep 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.

Ep 19: The Liberation of Marcia Brady

Women's Liberation hits the Brady household, and the boys scoff at Marcia's idea that girls can do the same things that boys do. To prove her point, she tries joining Greg's Frontier Scouts.

Ep 20: Lights Out

After witnessing a magician perform a disappearing act, a scared Cindy refuses to sleep with the lights off. Peter gets her to be part of his magic act, and he seemingly makes Bobby disappear.

Ep 21: The Winner

Bobby realizes he is the only Brady without a trophy, so Mike and Carol encourage him to enter numerous contests in order to win one. Among his efforts are selling magazines and a televised ice cream eating contest.

Ep 22: Double Parked

The neighborhood park is going to be bulldozed so the new court house can be built, prompting the Brady family to go all out to try to save the park. But it's Mike's firm that's in charge of the construction.

Ep 23: Alice's September Song

An old boyfriend of Alice's is in town and begins to wine and dine her, putting a strain on her relationship with Sam. But the old flame appears to have other intentions in mind.

Ep 24: Tell It Like It Is

Carol has been acting mysteriously lately and Mike and Alice can't figure out what she's up to. It's discovered that Carol is writing an article about life with the Brady family for Tomorrow's Woman Magazine.

Ep 1: Ghost Town, U.S.A. (Part 1)

The kids and Alice have no clue as to the surprise Mike and Carol have for them. When Mike and Carol get home, the surprise is revealed: They have bought a camper and have planned a trip to the Grand Canyon. En route to their destination, the family stops at a ghost town, where an old prospector locks them in a jail cell and steals their car.

Ep 2: Grand Canyon or Bust (Part 2)

After escaping the jail cell, Mike and Peter return with the prospector, who apologizes for locking them up and stealing their car. Later, the Bradys finally arrive in the Grand Canyon and set up camp. Later, the family is thrown into a panic when Bobby and Cindy get lost in the canyon while chasing an Indian boy.

Ep 3: The Brady Braves (Part 3)

While trying to find their way back to camp, Bobby and Cindy encounter the Indian boy again, who leads them back to a worried Mike and Carol. However, Bobby and Cindy's wanting to help the Indian boy, Jimmy, in his quest of running away to become an astronaut gets them into more trouble.

Ep 4: The Wheeler-Dealer

After passing his driver's exam, Greg buys a car for $100 from his friend Eddie. Greg's bought a lemon though, and has a tough time getting rid of it.

Ep 5: My Sister, Benedict Arnold

Greg comes home furious when he is replaced on the basketball team by Warren Mulaney. When he discovers Marcia is dating Warren, he hits the roof and demands that Marcia stop seeing him. When she refuses, Greg tries to get revenge and begins dating the woman who beat Marcia out in cheerleading. Meanwhile, the Bradys prepare a dunking booth for a carnival.

Ep 6: The Personality Kid

Peter decides to try out a new funny, joke-telling personality, which he plans to unveil at an upcoming party. Meanwhile, Bobby and Cindy whip the house into shape after learning about fire safety at school.

Ep 7: Juliet is the Sun

Marcia gets cast as Juliet in the school play, but she's not sure she can tackle the role. She gets encouragement from her family, but it isn't too long before she becomes a little too overconfident.

Ep 8: And Now, a Word From Our Sponsor

A commercial producer discovers the Brady family while they are grocery shopping and asks them to be in a laundry soap commercial. The dilemma facing the Bradys is whether to do the commercial because they don't use the product.

Ep 9: The Private Ear

Peter eavesdrops in on his siblings' private conversations with the help of Mike's tape recorder, causing no small amount of family discord. Marcia and Greg teach Peter a lesson with the help of - you guessed it - the same trusty tape recorder.

Ep 10: Her Sister's Shadow

Tired of being in Marcia's shadow, Jan is determined to do something that Marcia never did. She tries the pompom squad, and then an essay writing contest, where she wins first prize - or does she?

Ep 11: Click

Greg wants to be on the football team, but Carol is against it, fearing that he's going to get hurt - which of course he does. Can he and his camera still find a way to help out the team?

Ep 12: Getting Davy Jones

Marcia makes a promise that she will get Davy Jones to perform at the prom. It's a promise she quickly learns is going to be very difficult to keep, since trying to get ahold of the singer is all but impossible.

Ep 13: The Not-So-Rose-Colored Glasses

Jan needs glasses but doesn't want to wear them because of how they make her look — until she has an accident that destroys Mike's surprise anniversary gift to Carol, a framed portrait of the Brady kids.

Ep 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. Their goal, break a teeter-totter record. As the rest of the family takes their attempts lightly, news reporters make a visit to the Brady household to report on their efforts. Meanwhile, Carol attempts to buy the perfect wedding gift for her cousin, Gertrude.

Ep 15: Big Little Man

Bobby becomes extremely self conscious about his height and tries different ways to make himself "big." When there's a dangerous situation at Sam's Butcher Shop, though, Bobby is exactly the right size to save the day.

Ep 16: Dough Re Mi

Greg, wanting to make a record, books a recording studio and plans on singing a song with his siblings. However, when Peter's voice begins to change, his hopes of recording are dashed. That is until Greg gets a new idea that just may accommodate Peter's changing voice.

Ep 17: Jan's Aunt Jenny

Jan discovers her Aunt Jenny looked exactly like her when she was young. She wants a current picture of her aunt to see how she might look in the future, and she's troubled by her discovery.

Ep 18: The Big Bet

Bobby bets Greg that he can't do twice as many chin-ups as him. Greg is a tad too confident and sees no need to train, a decision that comes back to bite him. Meanwhile, Mike prepares for his high school reunion.

Ep 19: The Power of the Press

Peter comes home with the great news that he's been given his own column in the school newspaper. He quickly becomes popular with his classmates when they find their names in his newspaper column. This newfound popularity goes to Peter's head, however, as he tries to improve a poor grade in biology by flattering his teacher in the column.

Ep 20: Sergeant Emma

Alice has decided to take a well deserved vacation, but feels like she's deserting the Brady family. She calls in her cousin, Emma to take her place and the Brady family is not prepared for Emma's military-styled approach.

Ep 21: Cindy Brady, Lady

With Jan trying to create a more mature hairdo and Marcia beginning to balance dates, Cindy begins to feel left out and, worse, is called immature by her two older sisters.

Ep 22: My Fair Opponent

A practical joke sends Marcia on a mission to transform plain Molly into a knockout. She succeeds, but maybe too much, when she finds herself running against her in a hostess competition.

Ep 23: The Fender Benders

Carol is in a minor car accident in the parking lot at the supermarket and finds herself summoned to court with Bobby and Cindy testifying against her!

Ep 1: Hawaii Bound (Part 1)

When Mike has to check up on a construction site in Hawaii, he brings the whole family along for a vacation. However, ancient Hawaiian superstition begins to plague the family when Bobby discovers a taboo idol that brings bad luck to those who touch it.

Ep 2: Pass the Tabu (Part 2)

During a surfing competition, Greg wears Bobby's taboo 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 to return the idol to break the curse. However, when they arrive there, they are unaware of a shadowy figure trailing them.

Ep 3: The Tiki Caves (Part 3)

An archeologist traps the boys in the caves at the burial ground, insisting they tell him where they found the idol. Meanwhile, Jan, Marcia and Cindy debate on whether to tell Mike and Carol about the boys' whereabouts.

Ep 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 Mike and Carol see through her act, they insist she'd enjoy school if she were involved in extracurricular activities. Marcia then proceeds to join every group or club available. Meanwhile, Peter tries to build a model volcano on the patio.

Ep 5: Cyrano de Brady

Peter falls for Jan's friend Kerry, but needs Greg's worldly advice. Greg plays Cyrano for Peter, causing Kerry to think that it's Greg who has feelings for her.

Ep 6: Fright Night

The boys trick Jan and Cindy into thinking they've seen a ghost. The girls plot their revenge, but it's Alice, Carol and Mike who mistakenly end up as their victims.

Ep 7: The Show Must Go On??

Marcia talks Carol into participating in her school's variety show, Family Frolics, and the whole family gets into the act.

Ep 8: Jan, the Only Child

A claustrophobic Jan can't seem to find any place to be alone in the Brady house and pines to be an only child. The others oblige, and give her all the space she needs, but she didn't count on the loneliness.

Ep 9: Career Fever

Greg writes a class paper about wanting to become an architect like his dad. Mike reads the paper and is ecstatic and encouraging, but is Greg's heart really in it?

Ep 10: Goodbye, Alice, Hello

The kids begin to give Alice the cold shoulder treatment 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.

Ep 11: Greg's Triangle

Greg is crazy for his latest girlfriend, Jennifer. Things get difficult when he learns that both Jennifer and Marcia are competing for head cheerleader -- and he just happens to be one of the judges.

Ep 12: Everyone Can't Be George Washington

Peter is determined to get the part of George Washington in the school play, but his teacher thinks he would be better in the role of Benedict Arnold. When his friends start making snide comments about it he decides to get himself kicked out of the production.

Ep 13: Love and the Older Man

Marcia falls for Dr. Vogel, the family's new dentist. When he asks Mike if Marcia would be interested in doing some babysitting for his kids, she's mistakenly under the impression that he's asking her out on a date.

Ep 14: Law and Disorder

Bobby is determined to be the best safety monitor ever but in the process becomes a nuisance at school, not to mention at home. Meanwhile, Mike and the kids restore an old sailboat.

Ep 15: Greg Gets Grounded

Bobby mentions to Mike and Carol that Greg nearly crashed his car through careless driving. This leads to the suspension of Greg's driving privileges for a week—and on the eve of a big date with his girlfriend, Rachel.

Ep 16: Amateur Nite

The kids chip in to get a silver platter for Mike and Carol's anniversary. But when Jan miscalculates the cost of engraving the platter, they've got to raise money quickly. So they take their singing and dancing skills to a TV talent show.

Ep 17: Bobby's Hero

The principal calls to alert Mike and Carol that Bobby's been playing Jesse James at school. They have a hard time convincing Bobby to stop, until Mike tracks down a man whose father was killed by Jesse James.

Ep 18: The Subject Was Noses

Marcia inadvertently makes two dates for the same night; Charlie the nerd and Doug, the big man on campus. But Doug is only interested in having a pretty girl on his arm, something Marcia learns after suffering a swollen nose when she's hit in the face with a football.

Ep 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 and customers begin to get angry. This leads Mr. Martinelli to give Peter the axe. Peter then has a hard time breaking the news to Mike and Carol.

Ep 20: The Great Earring Caper

Peter's new detective kit comes in handy when Cindy loses a pair of antique earrings that Marcia has borrowed from Carol. This leads Peter and Cindy on a search for the missing earrings, hoping to find them before an impending costume party, at which Carol plans to wear them.

Ep 21: You're Never Too Old

Both Robert Reed puts in double duty as Great-Grandpa Brady as does Florence Henderson when she portrays Great-Grandma Hutchins in an episode where the Brady kids play matchmakers and try to get the two together.

Ep 22: You Can't Win 'Em All

Bobby and Cindy have an opportunity to try out for a televised children's quiz show if they pass a written test. However, an overconfident Bobby doesn't study at all and fails. Cindy is chosen, but her ego gets the best of her.

Ep 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 begin fighting over who gets it. This leads to yet another Brady battle between the sexes.

Ep 1: Adios, Johnny Bravo

As the Bradys are auditioning for a TV amateur show, a musical agent spies Greg and offers him the chance of becoming a solo star. This begins to worry Mike and Carol, who hoped he would go on to college; furthermore, his siblings are angry with him for deserting the group.

Ep 2: Mail Order Hero

Bobby lies to his friends when he tells them that he knows Joe Namath. This leads Cindy to write a bogus letter stating that Bobby is dying and his last wish is to meet the football star, who surprises everyone and obliges.

Ep 3: Snow White and the Seven Bradys

To earn money for a retirement gift for a teacher, the Brady family plans to put on a production of 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,' but a mistake in booking the theatre threatens the performance.

Ep 4: Never Too Young

After Bobby defends Millicent at school she rewards him with a kiss and he immediately sees skyrockets. After kissing her again and seeing those same skyrockets, she shares the news that she may have the mumps. Meanwhile, the family prepares for a Roaring '20s party.

Ep 5: Peter and the Wolf

Greg lands a date with Sandra but only if he can get a date for her visiting cousin, Linda. He convinces Peter to wear a fake mustache and act as if he were an older man. Meanwhile, Mike and Carol brush up on their Spanish, in anticipation of Mike's visiting Spanish-speaking clients.

Ep 6: Getting Greg's Goat

After he and his teammates swipe a rival school's mascot in retaliation for theirs being stolen first, Greg is tasked with watching Raquel, a goat. Things get out of control when Raquel proves to be hard to handle, easy to feed and not easy to catch.

Ep 7: Marcia Gets Creamed

Marcia's got a new job at an ice cream parlor. With both school and work, Marcia has little time for her boyfriend who, fed up, comes into the parlor with another girl. And how will Marcia handle her own brother goofing off on the job?

Ep 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, a situation Bobby takes advantage of. Meanwhile, the girls try to decide on a wallpaper for their room.

Ep 9: Quarterback Sneak

Marcia becomes involved with Jerry Rogers, a quarterback for the Fairview team. Greg immediately tells Marcia the only reason he's dating her is to get his playbook, a notion Marcia scoffs at, until Jerry actually does the deed.

Ep 10: Try, Try Again

Jan becomes convinced she's got no talent after failing to make it into a ballet recital. As a result, she drops out of ballet and tries (the considerably louder) tap dancing instead. Meanwhile, Mike sets out to make a family dinner.

Ep 11: The Cincinnati Kids

Mike has to present some plans for an addition to King's Island, an amusement park in Cincinnati, so he invites the whole family along. However, a mixup occurs and Mike is left with a Yogi Bear poster while Jan is left with Mike's plans for the amusement park.

Ep 12: The Elopement

Marcia and Jan mistakenly overhear Sam and Alice discussing elopement and jump to the conclusion that Sam and Alice are secretly planning to marry. The family begins planning a wedding reception, until Alice sets them straight.

Ep 13: Miss Popularity

Jan competes in a popularity contest at school. With Peter as her campaign manager and the rest of the family pitching in, she's got a great chance of winning - if she can stop making promises to her classmates that she can't possibly keep.

Ep 14: Kelly's Kids

The Brady's friends, the Kellys, adopt three boys, all of different ethnic backgrounds, and soon find themselves dealing with racist neighbors.

Ep 15: The Driver's Seat

Greg bets Marcia that she can't beat his score on her driver's test. However all the pressure gets the best of Marcia. Meanwhile, Jan must also deal with the pressure of speaking in front of a large group of people.

Ep 16: Out of This World

After meeting an astronaut, Bobby and Peter begin wondering about life on other planets. Their wonder turns to excitement when they claim to have spotted a UFO and camp out in the backyard to get it on film.

Ep 17: Welcome Aboard

Carol breaks the news to Mike that she's expecting and an eavesdropping Bobby and Cindy assume that she's pregnant and pass it along to the rest of the family. She's expecting alright - the arrival of her nephew and the kids' cousin Oliver, that is.

Ep 18: Two Petes in a Pod

Peter is stunned after he runs into a boy who looks exactly like him at school. His look alike comes in handy when Peter inadvertently makes two dates for the same night.

Ep 19: Top Secret

When an FBI agent makes a visit to check Mike's security clearance, Bobby and Oliver both become convinced that Mike is working on some plans for a top secret project. They later become suspicious of Sam and become convinced that he plans to steal the "secret plans" and pass them on to the Russians.

Ep 20: The Snooperstar

Marcia is fed up with Cindy snooping in her diary. To teach her a lesson, she plants a bogus story about submitting a picture of Cindy to a talent scout who thinks Cindy could be the next Shirley Temple.

Ep 21: The Hustler

The Brady family tries to figure out who would send them a pool table and later learn that Mike's boss, Mr. Matthews is the one. Meanwhile, Bobby becomes obsessed about the game and begins betting everyone including Mr. Matthews.

Ep 22: The Hair-Brained Scheme

Bobby, wanting to get rich quick, begins selling bottles of hair tonic. One of his customers is his brother, Greg, who finds his hair turned orange, just days before his high school graduation.