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"Telly's Lunch".

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The Big Bad Wolf's Family.

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"Way Too Complicated"

The Brady Bunch was a television situation comedy that ran on ABC from 1969 to 1974. Starring Robert Reed and Florence Henderson, the show was about a large blended family.

References

  • Sesame Street also parodied the theme with a song insert, "The Braid-y Bunch," about girls who love to braid their hair. (EKA: Episode 3357)
  • The Big Bad Wolf sings a song about his family in the song "Bad Wolf," with his family displayed on screen in a nod to the layout of The Brady Bunch opening credits.
  • On Dinosaurs, the Dinosaur TV show "Way Too Complicated" borrows from the opening sequence of The Brady Bunch.

Trivia

Connections

  • Richard Belzer played an LAPD Detective in A Very Brady Sequel (1996)
  • Edgar Bergen appeared as himself in The Brady Bunch Hour (1977)
  • Milton Berle appeared as himself in The Brady Bunch Hour (1977)
  • Bruce Bilson directed several episodes of the original series and The Bradys.
  • Imogene Coca played Aunt Jenny in "Jan's Aunt Jenny" (1972)
  • Micky Dolenz played himself in The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)
  • Nicholas Hammond played Doug Simpson in the episode "The Subject Was Noses" (1973)
  • Christopher Knight played Peter Brady
  • Rich Little appeared as himself in The Brady Bunch Hour (1977)
  • Michael McKean played Larry Dittmeyer in The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)
  • Joe Namath played himself in "Mail Order Hero" (1973)
  • Rosie O'Donnell played herself in A Very Brady Sequel (1996)
  • Stuart Pankin played Frank in The Brady Girls Get Married (1981)
  • Vincent Price played Professor Hubert Whitehead in two episodes
  • Tony Randall appeared on The Brady Bunch Hour (1976)
  • Robbie Rist played Cousin Oliver in the final six episodes of The Brady Bunch
  • Brian Tochi played Tommy in the episode "What Goes Up" (1970)
  • Paul Williams appeared as himself in The Brady Bunch Hour (1977)
  • Rita Wilson played Pat Conway in the episode "Greg's Triangle" (1972)
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