A Very Brady Sequel (1996)
After waking up from his drug trip, Trevor says, "And you were there. And you. And you" to the Brady kids.
The film is mentioned.
The theme tune is played in the final scene.
Dr. Whitehead's son Gilligan and Carol's first husband the Professor were lost in a shipwreck. Both Gilligan's Island (1964) and The Brady Bunch (1969) were created by Sherwood Schwartz.
Mike's first wife was Jeannie. Barbara Eden reprises her role.
The beginning of "trippin' with the Bradys" sequence is a parody of Yellow Submarine (1968).
Mike recalls that the family could not agree what to do with the books of trading stamps that Alice had saved up. The girls wanted to buy a sewing machine while the boys wanted to buy a rowboat. The family eventually reached a compromise and got a television.
Jan makes up a boyfriend named George Glass.
As he wants to be treated like a man, Greg dramatically changes his wardrobe and begins to call Mike by his first name.
Mike repeatedly refers to Caveat Emptor.
In order to get back at Marcia, Greg goes on a date with Kathy Lawrence, who was chosen as head cheerleader over Marcia. In order to get back at Greg, Marcia goes on a date with Warren Mulaney, who was chosen for the basketball team over Greg.
Mrs. Cummings' daughter says, "Moesha, Moesha, Moesha!"
The "trippin' with the Bradys" scene is a parody of the series.
The Bradys go to Hawaii.
Trevor intended to sell the horse statue to Dr. Whitehead in Hawaii.
When Peter throws a basketball, Marcia exclaims, "Oh, my nose!"
Greg tells Kathy Lawrence that he and Marcia once had a bet to see which of them could get their driving licence first.
Cousin Oliver attends Mike and Carol's renewal of vows ceremony.
Richard Belzer plays a LAPD detective based on John Munch.