Bobby - now a professional race car driver - enters the Nashville 500 but is seriously injured in a crash. The result has him paralyzed from the waist down and confined to a wheelchair. Bobby appreciates the support of his family but worries whether his fiancé, Tracy Wagner, will accept him and his disability. Tracy accepts very well, and by episode's end, the two are married in a ceremony inside the Brady living room. Greg considers changing specialties so he can help Bobby, but he later decides to stick with obstetrics. Subplots involve Marcia's husband, Wally losing his umpteenth job and in the aftermath, the Logans having to move in with Mike and Carol; Peter breaking off his engagement with Valerie (his girlfriend from "A Very Brady Christmas"); and Cindy catching the eye of her much older, Jewish boss, a widower with two children. Written by
Brian Rathjen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Cindy's boss makes a statement that he is old enough to be her father. However, the actor who plays Cindy's Boss, Ken Michaelman, is less than 6 years older than actress Susan Olsen. See more