(EPISODES ARE LISTED IN ORDER OF FILMING)
#73 HAWAII BOUND - Original Airdate: September 22, 1972
  Part one of a three-part Hawaiian adventure filmed on location in Hawaii.

In the opening segment Mike Brady is able to take the whole family with him when his company sends him to Hawaii to check the construction of a building he designed. The Bradys tour the island and the boys get involved with an ancient tabu.

Don Ho is special guest star.

Others in the cast:
Hanalei:........................David "Lippy" Espinada
Hula Inst:......................Elithe Aguiar
Young Workman:..................Dennis M. Chun
David:..........................Patrick Adiarte
Himself (uncredited)............Sam Kapu Jr

#74 PASS THE TABU - Original Airdate: September 29, 1972
  Greg is saved from drowning, but bad luck continues to plague the Bradys.

Jan finds the idol and more incidents of bad luck happen. The boys decide to return the idol to the ancient Hawaiian burial grounds.

Mandy was played by Cris Callow.

#75 THE TIKI CAVES - Original Airdate: October 6, 1972
  Vincent Price guest stars as Professor Whitehead, an archaeologist who menaces the Brady boys.

The boys return the tiki they found to the burial cave. There they meet Professor Whitehead, who believes they intend to steal his latest find.

Leon Lontoc is seen as the Mayor's Representative. Kim Kahana portrays a "Fire dancer" (uncredited).

Jack Arnold directed the script by Tam Spiva.

#76 TODAY I AM A FRESHMAN - Original Airdate: October 13, 1972
  Marcia panics about becoming a high school student.

After doing poorly when Greg tries to introduce her to his friends, she decides to take her parents' advice: get involved. She signs up for every club on campus.

Others in the cast:
Doctor:.........................John Howard
Kim:............................Vickie Cos
Tom:............................Kelly Flynn
Dick:...........................John Reilly

Hal Cooper directed the script by William Raynor and Myles Wilder.

#77 CYRANO DE BRADY - Original Airdate: November 20, 1972
  Peter's crush on Jan's new girl friend, Kerry, is frustrated so he enlists Greg's help.

After his own efforts fail to attract Kerry, Peter goes to Greg for help. Greg plays Cyrano for Peter but it results in Kerry rejecting Peter for Greg.

Kym Karath guests as Kerry.

Hal Cooper directed the script by Skip Webster.

#78 FRIGHT NIGHT - Original Airdate: October 27, 1972
  The Brady kids try to outfrighten each other as they haunt their own house.

The Brady boys frighten their sisters with a manufactured ghost and some weird noises. The girls get even when the bet the boys that they can't spend the whole night in the attic.

Jerry London directed the script by Brad Radnitz.

#79 CAREER FEVER - Original Airdate: November 17, 1972
  Mike mistakenly believes that Greg wants to follow in his footsteps because of a paper he prepares for his English class.

Greg hasn't the heart to tell his father that he was just doing the paper as an assignment and he doesn't want to be an architect. He does a drawing to show his lack of ability but that only results in Mike buying him a drafting kit.

Jerry London directed the script by Burt and Adele Styler.

#80 LAW & DISORDER - Original Airdate: January 12, 1973
  Bobby becomes very unpopular when he decides to be the best safety monitor at school.

In his enthusiasm, Bobby not only reports his friends for minor infractions of the rules at school, he also turns in his brothers and sisters at home.

Others in the cast:
Jill:...........................Shawn Schepps
Steve:..........................Harlen Carraher
Girl:...........................Cindy Henderson
Jon:............................Jon Hayes

Hal Cooper directed the script by Elroy Schwartz.

#81 JAN, THE ONLY CHILD - Original Airdate: November 10, 1972
  Jan wishes she were an only child and her brothers and sisters try to oblige.

Jan complains that she has no privacy and no identity because of the other children. They first try being extra nice, and when that doesn't work they decide to exclude her from their activities.

Roger Duchowney directed the script by Al Schwartz and Ralph Goodman.

#82 THE SHOW MUST GO ON - Original Airdate: November 3, 1972
  Florence Henderson and Maureen McCormick perform a singing-dancing routine.

Marcia talks her mother into appearing with her in the high school family frolics. Once Carol agrees, Greg comes home with a request that Mike also perform in the show.

Others in the cast:
Sam:............................Allan Melvin
Mrs. Tuttle:....................Barbara Morrison
Woman:..........................Brandy Carson
Muriel:.........................Karen Foulkes
Father:.........................Frank DeVol
Daughter:.......................Bonnie Ludeka

Jack Donohue directed the script by Harry Winkler.

#83 YOU CAN'T WIN 'EM ALL - Original Airdate: March 16, 1973
  Cindy and Bobby are picked to be tested for an appearance on a children's TV quiz show.

Cindy decides to prepare for the test while Bobby is confident that he can handle it without any effort. One of the Brady kids fails the test; the other develops a TV star personality.

Others in the cast:
Monty Marshall:.................Edward Knight
Woodside Girl:..................Vicki Schreck
Clinton Boy:....................Harlen Carraher
Woodside Boy:...................Claudio Martinez
Clinton Girl:...................Miyoshi Williams
Woodside Girl:..................Tracey M. Les

Jack Donohue directed the script by Lois Hire.

#84 GOODBYE ALICE HELLO - Original Airdate: November 24, 1972
  Alice decides to leave when she feels that she can no longer communicate with the kids.

When the youngsters claim they can't trust Alice any more, the housekeeper makes up an excuse to leave and gets her own replacement. She isn't gone very long before the kids change their mind.

Others in the cast:
Kay:............................Mary Treen
Mr. Foster:.....................Snag Werris
Customer:.......................Harry G. Crigger

Buddy Tyne directed the script by Milt Rosen.

#85 LOVE & THE OLDER MAN - Original Airdate: January 5, 1973
  Marcia gets a crush on her new dentist.

Dr. Vogel, the new family dentist, is the subject of Marcia's daydreams after she meets him. She believes that her feeling is returned when she misinterprets his interest in her as a babysitter.

Others in the cast:
Dr. Vogel:......................Don Brit Reid
Minister:.......................Allan Joseph

George Tyne directed the script by Martin A. Ragaway.

#86 EVERYBODY CAN'T BE A GEORGE WASHINGTON - Original Airdate: December 22, 1972
  Peter tries out for the role of George Washington in the school play and ends up as Benedict Arnold.

Peter is such a good actor that the teacher decides he can handle the role of the traitor better than the lead. Razzed by his friends, he decides to get himself kicked out of the play.

Others in the cast:
Miss Bailey:....................Sara Seegar
Peggy:..........................Barbara Berstein
Stuart:.........................Sean Kelly
Freddie:........................Jimmy Bracken
Harvey:.........................Michael Barbera
Edith:..........................Cheryl Beth Jacobs
Donna:..........................Angela B. Satterwhite

Richard Michaels directed the script by Sam Locke and Milton Pascal.

#87 GREG'S TRIANGLE - Original Airdate: December 8, 1972
  Greg has the difficult task of judging a cheerleading contest between his sister and his girl friend.

Jennifer, Greg's new steady, is Marcia's competition for head cheerleader of the high school. Greg's problem is that he is head of the judging committee.

Others in the cast:
Jennifer:.......................Tannis G. Montgomery
Pat:............................Rita Wilson

#88 BOBBY'S HERO - Original Airdate: February 2, 1973
  Bobby upsets his parents and teachers when he makes a hero of Jesse James.

Mike and Carol are asked to meet with Bobby's principal when their youngest son plays at being Jesse James at school. Mike sets out to change his son's opinion of the western outlaw by exposing the truth about Jesse.

Others in the cast:
Jethroe Collins:................Burt Mustin
Mr. Hillary:....................Richard Carlyle
Jesse James:....................Gordon DeVol
Miss Perry:.....................Ruth Anson

Leslie H. Martinson directed the script by Michael Morris.

#89 THE GREAT EARRING CAPER - Original Airdate: March 2, 1973
  Cindy loses her mother's earrings and enlists Peter's aid in finding them.

Peter uses his new detective kit to search for the missing jewelry. Yet after a day of intense investigation, it appears that Cindy will have to confess that she lost them.

Leslie H. Martinson directed the script by Larry Rhine and Al Schwartz.

#90 GREG GETS GROUNDED - Original Airdate: January 19, 1973
  A near accident in the family car results in Greg being grounded.

Bobby mentions that Greg had a near accident on the freeway and his parents refuse him car privileges for a week. Greg has an important rock concert date coming up, and no way to get there.

Others in the cast:
Jenny:..........................Gracia Lee
Rachel:.........................Hope Sherwood

Jack Arnold directed the script by Elroy Schwartz.

#91 THE SUBJECT WAS NOSES - Original Airdate: February 9, 1973
  Marcia is dumped by the campus hero because her nose is swollen from an accident.

Marcia breaks her date with Charley to go out with the most popular boy on campus, Doug Simpson. She discovers that she has made a mistake when Doug cancels their date because of her swollen nose.

Others in the cast:
Doug Simpson:...................Nicholas Hammond
Vicki:..........................Lisa Eilbacher
Charley:........................Stuart Getz

Jack Arnold directed the script by Al Schwartz and Larry Rhine.

#92 HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS - Original Airdate: February 23, 1973
  Peter's after-school job in a bike shop becomes a personal disaster.

Peter gets a job with Mr. Martinelli repairing bikes. After he tells his family that he is doing great, his boss decides to let him go because he is too slow.

Others in the cast:
Mr. Martinelli:.................Jay Novello
Leon:...........................Harlen Carreher
Billy:..........................Claudio Martinez

Robert Reed directed the script by Gene Thompson.

#93 AMATEUR NIGHT - Original Airdate: Janaury 26, 1973
  The Brady kids compete in a local TV amateur contest to win money for their parents' anniversary present.

When an additional charge of $56.23 for engraving prevents the kids from picking up their gift they decide to do a song-and-dance act in an amateur contest to win $100 first prize.

Others in the cast:
Mr. Goodbody:...................Harold Peary
Pete Sterne:....................Steve Dunne
Alfred Bailey:..................Robert Nadder

Jack Arnold directed the script by Sam Locke and Milton Pascal.

#94 YOU'RE NEVER TOO OLD - Original Airdate: March 9, 1973
  Robert Reed and Florence Henderson play dual roles as Mike and Carol's grandparents.

When Grandma Hutchins comes to visit, the Brady kids decide to keep her around by matching her up with Grandpa Brady. The lady is too energetic for grandpa and he has no interest in a romance.

Bruce Bilson directed the script by Ben Gershman and Bill Freedman.

#95 A ROOM AT THE TOP - Original Airdate: March 23, 1973
  Both Greg and Marcia want to use the attic for a private room.

Greg puts in his bid for the space with his father; Marcia asks her mother for the attic. They both try to move up there at the same time.

Chris Beaumont guests as Hank.

Lloyd Schwartz makes his TV directing debut on the script by William Raynor and Myles Wilder.

SEASON #4 (1972-1973)

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