Aired on CBS - February 9, 1990 - March 9, 1990
Fridays 8:00 p.m.

Executive Producers:Sherwood Schwartz & Lloyd Schwartz
Directors:Bruce Bilson, Nancy Malone, Dick Martin & Bob Sweeney
Writers:Sherwood Schwartz & Lloyd Schwartz
Music:Laurence Juber
New cast:Leah Ayres (as Marcia Brady Logan)
Jerry Houser (as Wally Logan)
Ron Kuhlman (as Philip Covington III)
Caryn Richman (as Nora Brady)
Martha Quinn (as Tracy Wagner Brady)
Jaclyn Berstein (as Jessica Logan)
Michael Melby (as Mickey Logan)
Jonathan (Taylor Thomas) Weiss (as Kevin Brady)
Valerie Ick (as Patty Covington)
Ken Michelman (as Gary Greenberg)

#1 START YOUR ENGINES - Original Airdate: February 9, 1990
  Also Known As: BRADY 500

Written by Sherwood Schwartz and Lloyd Schwartz. Directed by Bruce Bilson.

Two-hour series debut. In this opening show, Bobby (now a racecar driver) makes it to the Nashville 500 where he is in a serious car-wreck and is paralyzed from the waist down. The family rallys around him in his efforts to recover. Marcia and husband, Wally (who has lost another job) and their kids, are living with the Mike & Carol. Jan and husband, Phillip are attempting to get pregnant and in the end adopt an Asian girl, Patty. Peter breaks up with his fiancee, Valerie and becomes quite the playboy. Cindy is a radio DJ and starts to date her boss. Greg, following Bobby's car-wreck debates whether to change his specialty, but in the end stays with Obstetrics. Bobby in the final scenes marries college sweetheart Tracy Wagner.

A MOVIING EXPERIENCE - Original Airdate: February 16, 1990
  The next two episodes have been combined and our known as: "BRADYS ON THE MOVE"

Written by Sherwood Schwartz and Lloyd Schwartz. Directed by Bob Sweeney.

In this episode the Bradys are notified that their house is going to be torn down to make room for a new freeway. In a fight to save their home they have it moved to a new location. Cindy begins to heavily date her boss, Gary. And in the final scene Mike decides to run for Councilman.

HAT IN THE RING - Original Airdate: February 23, 1990
  Written by Sherwood Schwartz and Lloyd Schwartz. Directed by Nancy Malone.

Mike runs for City Council with the help of Peter and Wally as his campaign managers. His campaign is threatened by a blackmail attempt from the competition, Gene Dickinson.

BOTTOM'S UP - Original Airdate: March 2, 1990
  The next two episodes have been combined and our known as: "BIG KIDS, BIG PROBLEMS"

Written by Sandra Kay Siegel. Directed by Bruce Bilson.

With Carol doing more things for Jessica and Mickey, Wally working over-time with Mike, Cindy debating about a new job, Jan busy at the family architectural firm, and Peter, Bobby and Greg working on a new trauma center, Marcia feels left out and unneeded and turns to alcohol for an escape.

THE PARTY GIRLS - March 9, 1990
  Written by Ed Scharlach. Directed by Dick Martin.

Marcia, Nora and Tracy start their own catering business, while Greg and Peter are constantly feuding as their live takes different directions.

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