Another body-switching comedy. This one involves an executive and his young son. Good casting makes this one worth seeing!
America's grooviest family steps out of the 70's and into the 90's...sort of. The Brady's risk losing their home to a scheming neighbor unless they come up with $20,000 in back taxes. Amusing cameos from some of the original stars.
Break out the double knits and roll out the Astroturf, because The Bunch is back in a groovy, good-time "romp for all ages" (Bonnie Churchill, National News Syndicate). Mike (Gary Cole) and Carol (Shelley Long) have just one week to come up with $20,000 in back taxes or they'll lose their house to a scheming neighbour (Michael McKean).To make matters worse, Marcia gets a swollen nose on date night, Cindy's addicted to tattling, and Jan's hearing a psychotic inner voice crying "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" Of course, these are the Bradys, and when the kids enter a talent contest with a $20,000 purse… well, let's just say,"It's A Sunshine Day"! With appearances by Florence Henderson, Barry Williams, Ann B. Davis, Christopher Knight and dreamy ex-Monkee Davy Jones, The Brady Bunch is "an absolute laugh riot from beginning to end" (Barry ZeVan, Channel America).
The original 70's TV family is now placed in the 1990's, where they're even more square and out of place than ever.
Mike (Gary Cole) and Carol (Shelley Long) have just one week to come up with $20,000 in back taxes or they'll lose their house to a scheming neighbor (Michael McKean).To make matters worse, Marcia gets a swollen nose on date night, Cindy's addicted to tattling, and Jan's hearing a psychotic inner voice crying "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!"
Marshall Seymour, an Executive Vice President for one of Chicago's most prestigious department stores, is a divorced, stressed-out workaholic with little time for his 11-year-old son, Charlie. But when the two find themselves under the influence of an ill-gotten mystical skull, they become much closer . . . mostly due to the fact that their minds have switched bodies.
Marshall Seymour is a stressed-out workaholic with little time for his 11-year-old son, Charlie. But when the two fall under the influence of an ill-gotten mystical skull, they the find themselves much closer...now that they've switched bodies!
Bud's unauthorized use of the library threatens his graduation.
Bud is tapped to run a phone hot line for virgins.
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