The Brady Bunch (1969–1974)

Lost Locket, Found Locket 

Jan gets a locket from a secret admirer. As the family try to determine who anonymously sent the locket, they're momentarily distracted when Jan loses the locket (after the clasp becomes loose and it falls off her).



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Jan receives a small parcel in the mail. Inside is a locket on a chain, there being no enclosed note indicating who the sender is or the reason for the gift. Regardless, Jan is enthralled with her gift. But the mystery of who the sender is captivates everyone in the family. After exhausting those directly asked, Carol believes Mike could have sent it, while Mike believes Carol could have sent it, each trying clandestinely to find out if their theory is correct. They only have a few clues on which to go, such as the parcel being sent from within the city, and the typewriter on which the label was typed having a faulty "y". The mystery changes one night while Jan, waking up screaming, realizes that the locket is no longer around her neck. Greg's suggestion to locate the locket, that they reenact the series of events in the house leading to the locket's disappearance, brings up the fact that not all that happened is what appears on the surface. Through it all, the sender contemplates ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family





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20 March 1970 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The mailing label on Jan's package indicates that the address of the Brady residence is 4222 Clinton Way. See more »


References Perry Mason (1957) See more »

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