Marcia is reading the letters in this week's Dear Libby national advice column aloud to Jan and Cindy. She suddenly stops and refuses to read anymore. Initially she doesn't want to share the reason why to anyone, especially her parents. But when Mike and Carol are missing that section of the newspaper and plan on going to get another copy, Marcia, who volunteers to get another newspaper for them, eventually has to tell Greg the reason why. They decide to pass the news on to their other siblings: there is a letter is the column signed Harried and Hopeless from someone who has three children who recently married someone else with three children, and who was now feeling trapped in an unsatisfying marriage because of the new children. The kids are certain the letter was written by one of their parents. The kids decide to take extreme and drastic measures to save their parent's marriage and their new family. Regardless, their plan doesn't solve the issue of knowing if the letter was indeed... Written by
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The "Dear Libby" advice column is a fictional version of the real-life "Dear Abby" and "Ann Landers" columns. See more
When the Brady's house is shown from the outside, the half-second floor is shown on the left. However, from the inside, the half-second floor is clearly on the right. See more