The further trials and tribulations of the extended Brady family, with the children all grown up and married and with children. (Originally conceived as a series of TV specials following, "... See full summary »
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 Carol Ann Tyler Martin Brady 5 episodes, 1990
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 Mike Brady 5 episodes, 1990
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 Jan Martin Brady Covington 5 episodes, 1990
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 Cynthia "Cindy" Martin Brady 5 episodes, 1990
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 Nora Brady 5 episodes, 1990
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 Wally Logan 4 episodes, 1990
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 Philip Covington III 4 episodes, 1990
Martha Quinn ...
 Tracy Brady 4 episodes, 1990
Ken Michelman ...
 Gary Greenberg 4 episodes, 1990
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 Jessica Logan 4 episodes, 1990
Michael Melby ...
 Mickey Logan 4 episodes, 1990
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 Kevin Brady 4 episodes, 1990
Valerie Ick ...
 Patty Covington 4 episodes, 1990
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 Mabel / ... 2 episodes, 1990
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 Gene Dickinson 2 episodes, 1990
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 Mrs. Abrogast / ... 2 episodes, 1990
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The further trials and tribulations of the extended Brady family, with the children all grown up and married and with children. (Originally conceived as a series of TV specials following, "A Very Brady Christmas" and then turned into a weekly TV series.) Written by Greg McElhatton <icedrake@erols.com>

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Big Kids, Big Problems  »

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When the series showed less than stellar success as a drama, the producers decided to turn it into a comedy - by laying a laugh track under the existing, unaltered dramatic script, resulting in an often bizarre juxtaposition of cues for the audience. See more »

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Followed by Brady Bunch Home Movies (1995) See more »

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Easy For Me To Love
22 December 2003 | by See all my reviews

Sure it was cheesy and took itself too seriously, but I find it very easy to love, nonetheless, and it holds a special place among my favorite shows.It isn't high quality in the way my other favorites are, but there is still something very special about it, and it's the natural followup to "A Very Brady Christmas". Leah Ayres did a fine job as the replacement Marcia, and the rest of the cast got a chance to show that they truly were talented dramatic actors all along. I can't help but love this show.


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