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BTWF roles: Rita Wilson on he Brady Bunch
July 20th, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, The Brady Bunch. [ Comments: none ]


Before Rita Wilson was Tom Hanks biggest cheerleader, she played one on The Brady Bunch. She looks the same now as she did when she was 16 in that 1972 episode.

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Barry William is a married man!
July 11th, 2017 under The Brady Bunch, Weddings. [ Comments: none ]


This Sunday, Barry Williams and his long time love Tina Mahina said I do in beautiful ceremony Branson, Missouri.

The eldest member of The Brady Bunch announced on Twitter in November that he was engaged and today that is how he shared photos from his wedding. No other details are known besides some photos.

Hopefully the third time, as in his third marriage, will be the charm. Congrats to the couple!

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Here’s your first look at the Family Ties play!
June 5th, 2017 under 80s, The Brady Bunch. [ Comments: none ]



A few months ago, it was announced that they were doing a play based on Family Ties at the Human Race Theatre in Dayton, Ohio and it opened this weekend with Eve “Jan Brady” Plumb as Elise Keaton.

In honor of opening night, the theater released photos of the production. The play is a sequel to the NBC sitcom and that is why Alex, Mallory and Jennifer all look older. They describe it as, “Twenty years have passed and Alex P. Keaton, now running for Congress, returns to his parents’ Columbus home with his sisters, Mallory and Jennifer, who are parents of their own. Gathered together once again, they relive some of the most important moments from their childhood – the growing pains, heartbreaks and reconciliations – with fondness and appreciation for simpler times that defined a generation.”

I hope that Family Ties tours because I would love to see it. If you are in the Dayton, Ohio area, then you can see it up until it closes on June 25th.

BTW I think that they really good job on recreating the Keaton household, to see it then click here!

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Four of The Brady Bunch kids talk about the show!
May 30th, 2017 under The Brady Bunch, TV News. [ Comments: none ]

Greg (Barry Williams), Peter (Christopher Knight), Bobby (Mike Lookinland) and Cindy Brady (Susan Olsen) all woke up early today to talk about The Brady Bunch on Today.

Even though it has been 48 years since the classic sitcom debuted (Can you believe it?), Williams says they are still referred to as kids. Even I did it and they are all over 55 years old. Which is hard to believe because I still think of them as the way they were.

On that note, while Eve Plumb, who is in Ohio playing Elyse Keaton in a stage production of Family Tues, has tried to get to get away from the Brady image; these four have accepted that it will always be with them.

Lookinland said that the original fans of the show have grandchildren and they are checking it out now. Olsen’s theory is that the show was based on parents and kids respecting each other and they don’t do on television these days. Today’s shows are more about getting the parents out of there and parents can’t watch it to get tips on how to possibly be better parents. Although, I think some shows are trying to do that like Girl Meets World, Fresh Off the Boat, The Middle and Speechless, they just aren’t as innocent as TBB was back then. I agree with Olsen that we need to try to bring that back.

Not only did they talk about the show, they also talked about their TV mom Florence Henderson who passed away in November. They said that she loved to make people laugh and would do anything she can do to do just that. Which she did for us time and time again.

I said last week, that I think a show survives in syndication if the cast genuinely love each other and keep in touch. You can see that with this cast and it has been 48 years. Here’s to 48 more!

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BTWF ads: Christopher Knight for Marx Playsets
May 29th, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, The Brady Bunch. [ Comments: none ]


via Me TV
Before Christopher Knight was making a cool volcano on The Brady Bunch, he was building a fort with Marx Playsets. How cute was the 10 year old in that 1968 ad?

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