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Whoever came up with the idea for this TV movie should be slapped a few times.
Gary Cole and Shelley Long reprise their roles as Carol and Mike Brady in the "third" installment to the Brady Bunch spoof series.
The first two films, which were theatrically released in the 90s, were pathetic, stupid, seriously overacted, but hilarious. This time around, though, all roles accept for Mike and Carol were recast, and the child actors have little talent.
In this installment, Bobby finds a 67 million dollar winning lottery ticket. The Bradys try to find the owner of this ticket (they apparently don't live by the "finders, keepers" creed), and somehow Mike gets elected as President of the United States. Meanwhile, Greg Brady has fallen for a Whitehouse employee who is working to bring the Brady family down, and Carol becomes vice-president to the horror of Congress.
A downright horrible TV movie that shouldn't have been made.
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