If that moron Mike Bloomberg hadn't personally financed the NY State Republican Party with his millions, we certainly would have at least ONE more Democrat in the Senate, and these shenanigans would all be moot! In one episode, a famous Russian artist paints a mural of a lovely nude woman on their garage. "No, the human body is beautiful, there is nothing wrong with it.."But it doesn't belong on a a garage."I can't picture Carol saying that. But at least Florence Henderson is gay-friendly - she was even at the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network Respect Awards in Los Angeles last year.
In real life, Shirley Jones is a Republican and frequent spokesperson for the PTC, who's entire mandate is to hound broadcasters that dare put gay people on tv without killing them horrifically at the end. Partridge - she actually ran her household and supported her family, rather than relying on husband and maid to do everything.
For reference: That's how Florence used to address her TV husband, Mike Brady.
In the book, Williams told various stories about life off-screen, most notably being his romance with co-star Maureen Mc Cormick (who played the eldest daughter, Marcia Brady), conflicts between Brady Bunch star Robert Reed (who played the father, Mike Brady) and Sherwood Schwartz, the creator and producer of the show (Reed constantly tried to strive to make the show better than what it was) and, of course, Williams’ infatuation with his TV mother, Florence Henderson.
Williams wrote about going on a date with the much-older Henderson.
That tidbit alone made Growing Up Brady a major success when it was released twenty-one years ago.
We all love to think the worst of our TV stars, especially when they are involved in “innocent” TV sitcoms.
She would fly from Los Angeles to New York on weekends to spend time with her family) gave him a peck on the cheek at the end of the night.
Williams noted: So what was clearly an example of a nice lady humoring her young co-star instead gets turned into “Greg Brady is dating Carol Brady!
This is why there are urban legends involving stars from Family Matters and Leave it to Beaver doing adult films (click here for the truth about Judy from Family Matters and here for the truth about Eddie Haskell from Leave it to Beaver) and I’m sure many other urban legends I haven’t featured yet.
In this case, though, it sure seems like it is the case of exaggeration to the point of simple falsehood.
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.
Also, this is the first out of two episodes not to have an epilogue/closing joke (the other being season 4's "Greg Gets Grounded"). Thinking one of their parents wrote the letter the kids stay on their best behavior to ensure a harmonious domestic situation.
Her friends, colleagues and admirers have taken to Twitter and other social media to remember the actress known to generations of fans as Carol Brady, I grieve for the passing of my dear friend, Florence.