A man claiming to be Carol Brady's long-lost first husband, Roy Martin, shows up at the suburban Brady residence one evening. An impostor, the man is actually determined to steal the Bradys' familiar horse statue, a $20-million ancient Asian artifact.Written by
Bobby tells Roy that they took the horse statue to get cleaned at Sherwood's Antiques. This is an obvious homage to Sherwood Schwartz, the creator and producer of the original TV series The Brady Bunch. See more »
The pamphlet with the adult number that Jan calls to pretend its George has the phone number 555-HUNK written on it. She is seen dialing the number "1" 3 times which does not correspond to the last 3 letters in HUNK (UNK). See more »
[Talking about the music he likes]
Well, I'm really into hip hop.
Hip hop? Sounds like something a rabbit listens to.
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In the end credits, the nine main actors are listed under the heading "A Very Brady Cast". Later on, the Hawaiian location film crew is listed under "A Very Brady Hawaii Unit". See more »
Released direct to video in the UK, the film lost 23s of chainstick footage at the behest of the British Board of Film Classification, who rarely allow the on-screen depiction of these weapons. See more »
This satiric sequel is a rare exception--it's better than the original. Highlights include Jan's made-up boyfriend, George Glass, Marcia and Greg's awkward sexual attraction, a cameo by Zsa Zsa Gabor and Rosie O'Donnel, not one but TWO musical dance numbers, Marcia's obvious wig in her scene at the pool, Jan losing her contact lens while driving, Mr. and Mrs. Brady's hilariously obvious sexual innuendo, Alice's spaghetti with "special mushrooms," the family trip to Hawaii, and the (brief) return of Tiger, the dog. There's a lot more funny stuff too!
While the original was all about the Brady's living in the 90s, the sequel is more concerned with the wacky misadventures the characters get themselves into. The comedy is intensified when other non-Brady's (people of the 90s) react to the Brady family. Fortunately, the Brady's are still oblivious to the fact that they aren't living in the 1970's anymore, so we can keep on laughing at the ridiculousness of the situations they are placed in.
Honestly, it is such a funny, underrated comedy...RENT IT!
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