Top 10 on MTV for a year.
And now you're trying to drop her on ours.
David meets Ruby.
This season the family tries unsuccessfully to conserve energy; Laurie (Dey) poses as Keith's (Cassidy) date to make other girls jealous but the plan backfires; Danny (Bonaduce) wants to impress a girl by telling her rabbi father that the Partridges are Jewish and the whole family is invited to dinner; and Shirley (Jones) tries to hire a maid, but it's all in the family when her mother shows up to apply for the job.
A young fellow sets out to be a ladies man. Notable only for featuring former teen idol Cassidy!
The Partridge Family: Season 2 clip - starring Shirley Jones, David Cassidy, Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, Suzanne Crough, Dave Madden.
The Partridge Family: Season 1 clip - starring Shirley Jones, David Cassidy, Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, Suzanne Crough, Dave Madden.
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SHUT UP AND SING follows the Dixie Chicks, an extremely successful all-woman Texas-based country music trio, over a three year period of intense public scrutiny, fan backlash, physical threats, and pressure from both corporate and conservative political elements in the United States after lead singer Natalie Maines publicly criticised then President George W. Bush during a live 2003 concert in London as part of their Top of the World Tour. This film is a fascinating and powerful look at the intersection of commerce, celebrity, and controversy.
In anticipation of celebrating America's 300th birthday, three time travelers from 2176 go into the past to find the true basis of America and with hopes of retrieving the Constitution. But when something goes awry, the travelers end up in 1976, and not realizing their fate, the laughs begin in this comedic spoof of the '70s as they study the "ideal" society! Starring Olivia D'Abo ("Point of No Return," TV's "The Wonder Years"), Carl Reiner ("Ocean's Eleven"), David Cassidy ("The Partridge Family"), Leif Garrett ("The Outsiders") and with appearances by members of Devo.
American time travelers (David Cassidy) from 2176 set their wayback machine to 1776. They land instead in 1976, the throbbing, do-the-Hustle heart of a decade unlike any other.
This sly and subtle spoof of the television industry starring Craig Sheffer, Chelsea Noble and David Cassidy will tantalize you with its steamy romance, high-voltage soundtrack and offbeat comic flair. In HD.
Making great fun of the '70s, this lively sci-fi comedy centers on a trio of time travelers who go into the past in hopes of retrieving the Constitution to celebrate America's 300th birthday.
When several prominent poker players lose their lives, the CSI team is called to investigate before more victims surface. David Cassidy guest stars as veteran poker player Peter Coe.
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Ruby has had it with Jordan intruding on her life especially after dating her friend. Meanwhile, David and Patrick help Ben overcome a bully.
David and Patrick's mother (Shirley Jones) comes to town and gives Ruby the cold shoulder as she attempts to get to know her.
Ruby develops a crush on a potential bandmate and they go on a date.
David has a magazine reporter follow him and Ruby around on their father-daughter day, and Jordan tries to collect DNA samples from them to see if they are really related.
David dates Ruby's favorite teacher, much to her chagrin, while Jordan and Ben attempt to make easy money starting a home tour for crazed Rockits fans.
David and Patrick are at odds on whether Ruby should date one of her older potential band mates.
Patrick and Audie take a weekend trip to celebrate their anniversary, but while they are away Ruby throws a party to impress the popular girls.
Patrick asks Ruby to watch Ben for the evening while they go to the opera and Jordan is at a study group.
Ruby joins the student social committee and helps plan a father-daughter dance.
The teen daughter of an 80's pop star reunites with her irresponsible father, who surprises his estranged, former band-mate brother and his family by asking them to help raise her.
The Patridge Family's concern about manager Reuben Kincaid leads them to believe he needs a wife. After one unsuccessful attempt by Danny, Shirley decides to do some matchmaking of her own. She has a barbecue and invites Reuben and Cathleen D'arcy a wealthy cosmetic manufacturer. For Cathleen and Reuben, its love at first sight and it isn't long before they announce their marriage plans to the family. Bad news accompanies the food when Reuben tells them that he'll no longer be able to manage the group because Cathleen wants him to handle all of her affairs. He does, however, set up one last booking for the family and after going over the details; he bids a sad farewell to Shirley and the kids. When the family arrives in Miami Beach for their show, everything starts to go wrong, their hotel room is too small, the new press agent never shows up and there's a dispute over their contract. Danny, who was the most upset about losing their manager, decides to take over and phones Reuben for advice. After the conversation, Cathleen becomes annoyed when Reuben laughingly recalls some of the good times he's had with the Family. The next night, before the performance, there's a knock on the door. To the Partridges' surprise, and delight, it's Reuben. When the family learns that the marriage was called off because of Cathleen's dislike for kids, Reuben is once again bombarded with love and affection from the Partridge Family.
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