(EPISODES ARE LISTED IN ORDER OF FILMING)

#1 THE HONEYMOON - Original Airdate: September 26, 1969
  When a widower with three sons marries a widow with three daughters the result of the merger is a conglomerate family.

In the premiere episode, "The Honeymoon", the wedding day festivities progress smoothly except for the family pets, a cat and a dog, which don't go along with the idea of peaceful coexistence. After the chaos they cause, Mike and Carol start their marriage disciplining their children before leaving on their honeymoon.

J. Pat O'Malley guest stars as Mr. Tyler, Carol's father. Others in the guest cast:
Mrs. Tyler......................Joan Tompkins
Pringle.........................James Millhollin
Minister........................Dabbs Greer

Sherwood Schwartz, the creator-producer of the series, wrote the premiere script, which was directed by John Rich.

#2 DEAR LIBBY - Original Airdate: October 3, 1969
  The six kids believe they're breaking up their parents' new marriage.

Marcia reads an item in an advice column about a family exactly like theirs in which one of the parents is extremely unhappy. The kids are sure it was written by one of their parents.

Jo de Winter guests as Libby.

John Rich directed the script by Lois Hire.

#3 A CLUBHOUSE IS NOT A HOME - Original Airdate: October 31, 1969
  Mike and Carol are having difficulty getting their two families adjusted to living in one house.

Carol's three daughters decide to move out of the Brady house and into the boys' clubhouse. When Greg, Peter and Bobby turn them down, the girls picket.

Others in the guest cast (Uncredited):
Lance (voice)....................Han Conried
Sandra (voice)...................June Foray

John Rich directed the script by Skip Webster.

#4 KITTY-KARRY-ALL IS MISSING - Original Airdate: November 7, 1969
  Cindy's favorite doll is missing and the family thinks that Bobby has hidden it from her.

Bobby angrily tells Cindy he hopes her doll gets lost. When the doll turns up missing, Cindy points the finger of suspicion at Bobby.

Others in the guest cast:
Mr. Driscoll......................Pitt Herbert

John Rich directed the script by Al Schwartz and Bill Freedman.

#5 KATCHOO - Original Airdate: October 24, 1969
  Jan develops an allergy, possibly to one of the Bradys.

Carol keeps daughter Jan from school, believing she has a cold. But when the sneezing continues, it is believed that Jan is allergic to her new father or Tiger, the dog.

John Rich directed the script by William Cowley.

#6 EENIE MEENIE, MOMMY DADDY - Original Airdate: October 10, 1969
  Cindy is chosen to play the fairy princess in the school play.

When Cindy is chosen to be in the play a problem arises, she can only choose one person to attend. Should she choose her Mommy or her new Daddy.

Others in the guest cast:
Mrs. Engstrom......................Marjorie Stapp
Miss Sherry........................Tracy Reed
Elf................................Brian Foster

John Rich directed the script written by Joanna Lee.

#7 ALICE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE - Original Airdate: October 17, 1969
  Alice decides the Bradys no longer need her and prepares to leave.

The housekeeper has been sending the boys to Carol, their new stepmother, with their problems to make her feel more important. But soon no one in the family is coming to Alice for help.

Fred Pinkard is seen as Mr. Stokey.

John Rich directed the script by Paul West.

#8 FATHER OF THE YEAR - Original Airdate: January 2, 1970
  Marcia's attempt to keep secret the fact that she's entering her stepfather in a "Father of the Year" contest causes her discipline problems at home.

After Mike shows her how important she is to him, Marcia enters him in a newspaper contest. But as she tries to hide what she's doing, she gets herself grounded for a week.

Others in the cast:
Lance Pierce....................Bill Mullikin
Cameraman.......................Lee Corrigan
Mr. Fields......................Bob Golden

George Cahan directed the script by Skip Webster.

#9 THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER - Original Airdate: March 13, 1970
  Mike and Carol decide to settle an argument about who has the easier job by switching roles.

Mike helps Carol's daughters with their cooking project and Carol bones up on baseball. The results are disastrous.

George Cahan directed the script by David P. Harmon.

#10 SORRY RIGHT NUMBER - Original Airdate: November 21, 1969
  Mike Brady tries to cure the phone problem in his home by installing a pay phone.

After installing a second phone in the house, Mike isn't able to use one of them. Alice suggests that the family move in the pay phone to solve the problem.

Others in the cast:
Sam.............................Allan Melvin
Mr. Crawford....................Howard Culver

George Cahan directed the script by story editor Ruth Brooks Flippen.

#11 IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE? - Original Airdate: December 26, 1969
  The Bradys face a medical crisis when the kids come down with the measles.

Peter is the first to break out, then Jan. Carol and Mike each call their own family doctor. Carol's is a woman and Mike's is a man.

Others in the cast:
Dr. Porter......................Marion Ross
Dr. Cameron.....................Herbert Anderson

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by Ruth Flippen.

#12 54-40 & FIGHT - Original Airdate: Januaury 9, 1970
  The Brady boys and girls fight over what to get with their trading stamps.

The trading stamp company is going out of business and the boys have 54 books of stamps and the girls have 40. They realize that only by combining books will they have enough to get one good items, but each group wants a different thing.

Others in the guest cast:
Store Clerk......................Herb Vigran

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by Burt Styler.

#13 A CAMPING WE WILL GO - Original Airdate: November 14, 1969
  Mike and Carol plan a camping trip for all the Bradys.

Carol and her girls have never been on a camping trip before and the boys don't want them along. Mike pushes for a "togetherness" trip even to including the girls in the fishing.

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by Herbert Finn and Alan Dinehart.

#14 VOTE FOR BRADY - Original Airdate: December 12, 1969
  Both Greg and Marcia are running for student body president.

The election campaign carries over into the Brady house with the other kids taking sides. Mike, Carol and Alice finally pitch in to prevent open warfare.

Others in the cast:
Mr. Dickens.....................Martin Ashe
Rusty...........................Stephen Liss
Scott...........................Casey Morgan

David Alexander directed the script by Elroy Schwartz.

#15 EVERY BOY DOES IT ONCE - Original Airdate: December 5, 1969
  Bobby Brady is convinced that nobody loves him and decides to run away.

Already tired of hand-me-downs and believing that his stepmother hates him, the 7 year old starts packing when his brothers and stepsisters don't include him in their plans and leave him at home alone.

Others in the cast:
Johnny..........................Michael Lerner
TV Announcer....................Larry McCormick

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by Lis and Arnold Peyser.

#16 VOICE OF CHRISTMAS - Original Airdate: December 19, 1969
  Carol loses her voice from too much choir practice and may not be able to sing at the Christmas service.

Alice tries an old remedy for laryngitis on Carol while Cindy asks the department store Santa to make her well. Mike gets upset when Santa agrees.

Others in the cast:
Santa...........................Hal Smith
Little Boy......................Carl Albert

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by John Fenton Murray.

#17 MIKE'S HORROR SCOPE - Original Airdate: January 16, 1970
  Abbe Lane guest-stars as Bebe Gallini.

Carol reads Mike's horoscope about a strange woman who will come into his life. Then Bebe, the glamorous head of a cosmetic firm, hires Mike to design a new factory.

Duane Cartwright is portrayed by Joe Ross

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by Ruth Brooks Flippen.

#18 THE UNDERGRADUATE - Original Airdate: January 23, 1970
  Dodger first baseman Wes Parker makes his acting debut and Gigi Perreau guest stars.

Greg appears to be sick but Alice discovers a love note he wrote to a mysterious "Linda". Mike and Carol attempt to resolve the problem by trying to find out who Linda is.

Others in the cast:
Linda...........................Teresa Warder
Miss O'Hara.....................Gigi Perreau
Wes Parker......................Himself

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by David P. Harmon.

#19 TO MOVE OR NOT TO MOVE - Original Airdate: March 6, 1970
  Little ghosts begin haunting the Brady house when their parents decide to move.

The children have been complaining about the house being too small and Mike decides to sell. The kids change their minds, however, and become ghosts to scare away perspective buyers.

Others in the cast:
Mrs. Hunsaker...................Fran Ryan
Bertram Grossman................Lindsay Workman

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by Paul West.

#20 TIGER TIGER - Original Airdate: January 30, 1970
  The Bradys are upset when their dog runs away.

When Bobby goes out to feed Tiger, he can't find the dog. They all chip in for a reward and to buy an ad in the paper, but Bobby fears the worst -- that Tiger has been run over.

Others in the cast:
Mrs. Simpson....................Maggie Malooly
Teenage Boy.....................Gary Grimes

Herb Wallerstein directed the script by Elroy Schwartz.

#21 BRACE YOURSELF - Original Airdate: February 13, 1970
  Marcia's world is destroyed when braces are put on her teeth.

Marcia thinks she looks ugly in them in spite of the family's assurances. Then, when the boy who was to take her to a dance drops by to tell her he can't go, she is convinced.

Others in the cast:
Saleslady.......................Molly Dodd
Eddie...........................John Daniels
Harold..........................Jerry Levreau
Alan...........................Mike Robertson
Joey............................Brian Nash

Oscar Rudoplph directed the script by Brad Radnitz.

#22 THE BIG SPRAIN - Original Airdate: February 6, 1970
  The Brady home is in chaos when Carol leave to care for an ailing aunt and Alice sprains her ankle.

Mike divides the household chores among the kids although the girls can't cook and the boys don't know how to clean.

Allan Melvin is seen as Sam.

Russ Mayberry directed the script by Tam Spiva.

#23 THE HERO - Original Airdate: February 20, 1970
  Peter gets a swelled head when he saves a girl's life.

The Bradys are surprised when Peter comes home with torn clothes and explains that he rescued a girl from an accident. They find that easier to accept than his attitude when his friends made a fuss over the incident.

Others in the cast:
Mr. Driscoll....................Pitt Herbert
Mrs. Spencer....................Dani Nolan
Earl Hopkins....................Dave Morick
Deliveryman.....................Joe Conley
Steve...........................Randy Lane
Jason...........................Iler Rasmussen
Jennifer........................Susan Joyce
Tina Spencer....................Melanie Baker

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by Elroy Schwartz.

#24 LOST LOCKET FOUND LOCKET - Original Airdate: March 20, 1970
  Jan receives a locket from an unknown admirer and all the Bradys are curious about who sent it.

Both Mike and Carol suspect the other sent it and each starts sleuthing to prove it. Suddenly, the locket disappears.

Jack Griffin plays the guard.

Norman Abbott directed the script written by Charles Hoffman.

#25 THE POSSIBLE DREAM - Original Airdate: February 27, 1970
  Marcia's diary, in which she has confided her deep feelings for Desi Arnaz, Jr. is accidentally given away by her sister Cindy.

Marcia starts a campaign to exclude her younger sister from her life when she finds out what happened, and Mike and Carol begin searching the town's used book stores.

Others in the cast:
Collins.........................Gordon Jump
Friendly Handyman...............Pat Patterson
Thackery........................Jonathan Hole
Desi Arnaz, Jr..................himself

Oscar Rudolph directed the script by Al Schwartz and Bill Freedman.

SEASON #1 (1969-1970)

(FROM "THE HONEYMOON")

PURCHASE

FIFTH SEASON
SECOND SEASON
COMPLETE LIST
HOME

All related marks, logos, program titles, characters and names are trademarks of Paramount Pictures Corporations.
© 2005 Brady World