When put into syndication, the episodes began airing in the order in which they were made.On DVD releases the episodes are in the order in which they originally aired.The show also featured a number of guest stars of that era, such as Davy Jones, Desi Arnaz Jr., Vincent Price, Joe Namath and Deacon Jones.
They all move into the house designed by Mike in southern California. Eastern time slot, with the exception of season two, which aired at p.m.
Also living with them is the housekeeper, Alice (Ann B. Most of the episodes revolved around the kids and their misadventures that often led to Mike's "lectures." The series premiered on ABC on September 26, 1969. Ratings, however, were moderate enough to remain for five seasons.
Interpersonal relations among the kids reach a low after the boys refuse the girls entry to their clubhouse.
Mike tries to reason with Carol that men sometimes need a place of their own.
The family devises a plan to get Alice to stay and are successful.
Jan's allergies are acting up, so Carol keeps her home from school.
Notes: This was the pilot episode for The Brady Bunch.
This is the only episode where Christopher Knight is credited as "Chris Knight". Mike, Alice and the Brady boys live in a different house to that seen in the rest of the series. Tyler, and Dabbs Greer as The Minister The kids worry when a published letter to the "Dear Libby" advice column from "Harried and Hopeless" mirrors the Bradys' new living situation.
Mike and the boys rebuild the clubhouse but the boys' clubhouse suddenly collapses: Bobby had pulled out the nails from the boys' clubhouse to finish the girls' clubhouse.
Guest stars: June Foray as Sandra (voice only; uncredited), Hans Conried as Lance (voice only; uncredited) Note: This was the second episode filmed.
Mike and Carol admonish their children, yelling at them to go catch their pets.