The Bradys fight to save Woodland Park from closing to make way for a new building. But Mike's firm gets the project and he is in charge of the plans for the new building, and Mr. Phillips delivers the family an ultimatum.

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The kids find out that their local city park, Woodland Park, is being demolished and a government building is planned for construction on that site. The family and the neighbors mount a save Woodland Park campaign. There are a few obstacle and hurdles, but a big one comes in the form of Mike's new project. The architectural firm for which he works has won the contract for that building - a municipal courthouse - and Mike is assigned the lead architect. Mike encourages his family to continue the save the park campaign, but they have to understand that he too has to continue doing his job. But when Harry Phillips, Mike's boss, learns that the Brady family is behind the save the park campaign, he gives Mike an ultimatum: control his family or lose his job. Mike has to figure out what to do. Written by Huggo

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5 March 1971 (USA)  »

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Carol Brady: Mike?
Mike Brady: Yeah.
Carol Brady: Do you really think a bunch of women can save the park?
Mike Brady: Honey, a stirred-up bunch of women can save almost anything... except maybe money.
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From the Sublime to the Ridiculous
16 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

I don't think any other episode had the kids divided on a situation as this one did.

Bobby, Cindy and Marcia were with Mom when the accident occurred, so they knew how serious it was.

Jan and Peter treated it like a joke, Greg was rather passive about it.

One of the few laughs Florence Henderson got from us was with this episode, when Coogan is leaving and says he'll see them in court, Henderson rings out, "my pleasure!" and off-screen as well. That really made it even funnier.

But then we get Mike Brady doing his Daffy Duck imitation (when the kid duck kept hitting the man at the shooting gallery with a slingshot eveytime Daffy fired at the target, finally Daffy just goes 'bang!' and when the guy gets slingshotted again, Daffy gives him that wide-eyed smile of, wasn't me! The guy hit him anyway) and throwing that briefcase.

"Mr. Brady, I must ask you not to throw briefcases in my courtroom," is what I wished the judge had said.


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