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A fall from a treehouse triggers Bobby's fear of heights, until his new pet parakeet escapes and must be saved from a perilous perch. Jimmy: Jimmy Bracken. Tim: Sean Kelly. Tommy: Brian Tochi. Bobby: Mike Lookinland.
Mom always said, “Don't play ball in the house.” But that doesn't stop Peter, who wrecks Carol's favorite vase, then scrambles to repair the damage. Repairman: Snag Werris. Peter: Christopher Knight. Carol: Florence Henderson.
Jan's practical joking goes too far after she mouse-naps the rodent Greg is housing for a science project and a spooked Alice calls in the big guns to take down the critter. Exterminator: Lennie Bremen. Mike: Robert Reed. Greg: Barry Williams. Jan: Eve Plu (more…)
Greg's smoking days are numbered when Mike and Carol get wind of their son's new habit---and the pack of butts in his jacket. The episode also features the debut of Greg's band, the Banana Convention. Tommy: Craig Hundley. Phil: Gary Marsh. Johnny: Bobby K (more…)
Jan dons a black wig to break from the Brady blondes (and to cure her middle-child-itis), only to be shunned at her friend's party for showing up in her freakish costume. Lucy: Pamelyn Ferdin. Saleswoman: Marcia Wallace. Margie: Karen Foulkes. Jan: Eve Plu (more…)
Football's Deacon Jones drops by to help out Peter, who is sacked by his gridiron buddies after they learn of his glee-club membership. Larry: Jimmy Bracken. Freddy: Dennis McDougall. Jimmy: Pierce Williams. Bobby: Mike Lookinland. Peter: Christopher Knigh (more…)
Tonsillitis hits the eldest and youngest Brady ladies right before a big boating trip with Mike's boss. Doctor: John Howard. Phillips: Jack Collins. Cindy: Susan Olsen. Carol: Florence Henderson. Mike: Robert Reed.
Greg starts high school and decides that he's all grown up, so he goes hippie and turns Mike's den into his own private love shack. But when the older object of his affections shoots him down, Greg ditches the bell-bottoms and beads for a more Brady-like l (more…)
Women's lib hits the house when Marcia joins Greg's Frontier Scout troop and Peter suits up to take on the exclusive Sunflower Girls. However, only one of them emerges victorious in this battle of the sexes, while the other folds in the face of door-to-doo (more…)
A magician terrifies Cindy, until Peter comes up with a plan to help her face her fears---and save his own magic act in the school show. Teacher: Lindsay Workman. Warren: Joseph Tatner. Cindy: Susan Olsen. Salesman: Snag Werris. Peter: Christopher Knight.
Also-ran Bobby goes for the gold on a TV-show's ice-cream-eating contest after he sees that he is the sole Brady without a trophy. Robert Reed directed the episode, which finds the lovable loser finally winning the award for being “The Best Bobby Brady E (more…)
Alice is wooed by an old flame (Steve Dunne), whose shady stock tips tip Mike off to his real reasons for romancing the housekeeper. Sam: Allan Melvin. Mike: Robert Reed. Carol: Florence Henderson. Greg: Barry Williams. Alice: Ann B. Davis.
Carol spices up her article on life in the Brady house to get it into a magazine. But when the editors visit, they get a peek into the real deal at 4222 Clinton Way. Delafield: Richard Simmons. Nora: Elaine Swann. Willie: Jonathan Hole. Mike: Robert Reed (more…)
The Grand Canyon is the setting for a three-part adventure that finds the Bradys behind bars after a prospector fears they'll lift his loot. Zaccariah: Jim Backus. Mike: Robert Reed. Carol: Florence Henderson. Alice: Ann B. Davis. Peter: Christopher Knight (more…)
Part 2 of three. After breaking out of Zaccariah's jail, the Bradys finally hit the Grand Canyon, where Bobby and Cindy promptly get lost. Zaccariah: Jim Backus. Jimmy: Michele Campo. Mike: Robert Reed. Carol: Florence Henderson. Alice: Ann B. Davis. Peter (more…)
The Grand Canyon adventure concludes with the Bradys helping a runaway Native American reunite with his tribe, who grant the family their own native nicknames. Jimmy: Michele Campo. Chief Dan Eagle: Jay Silverheels. Mike: Robert Reed. Carol: Florence Hende (more…)
Greg's first car is a $100 lemon, so he tries to sell the souped up---but pooped out---repair job to his clueless chum. The episode marks the TV debut of actor Charles Martin Smith, who went on to star in 1973's “American Graffiti.” Eddie: Chris Beaumo (more…)
Greg willfully dates Marcia's nemesis after she accepts a date with the guy who bumped him from the baseball team and class presidency. Warren: Gary Rist. Kathy: Sheri Cowart. Greg: Barry Williams. Marcia: Maureen McCormick. Carol: Florence Henderson. Alic (more…)
The episode that defined the “Peter Brady party” finds the middle boy's big shindig a bust due to his new, annoying personality. Kathy: Sheri Cowart. Judy: Margie DeMayer. Susie: Karen Peters. Kyle: Monica Ramirez. Peter: Christopher Knight.
Marcia's overgrown ego after landing the lead in “Romeo and Juliet” forces Carol to bring the curtain down on her daughter's diva dreams. But after she learns how to play nice with others, the show goes on---with Marcia filling much smaller shoes. Miss (more…)
Overacting sinks the Bradys' acting dreams after they are cast in a laundry detergent commercial by a wacky director (Paul Winchell). The episode was Robert Reed's least favorite and resulted in a multi-page memo to producer Sherwood Schwartz voicing Reed' (more…)
Peter gets burned for eavesdropping on his siblings when the kids “secretly” discuss a party being planned in his honor. But when Mike and Carol catch on, it looks like the snoop will get what's coming to him...and more. Peter: Christopher Knight. Mike (more…)
The one that launched a thousand jokes: Jan auditions for the pep squad, hoping to outdo her supersister, “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!” But when she gets cut, Jan pins her hopes on an essay contest that goes awry. Gwen Van Dam. Jan: Eve Plumb. Mike: Robert (more…)
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- Birth Name: Michael Paul Lookinland
- Birth Place: Mount Pleasant, UT
- Birthday: December 19, 1960, Sagittarius
- Profession: Actor, Cameraman