When Peter comes home from school in the middle of the day with a case of the measles, Carol naturally tries to call in the family pediatrician, Dr. Porter. When she can't get through to the pediatrician's office, Mike tries to call the pediatrician's office himself. However, what Mike and Carol do not realize is that Dr. Porter is the girls' pediatrician, and who Mike tries to call is the boys' pediatrician, Dr. Cameron. So it's a case of one doctor too many when both Dr. Porter and Dr. Cameron come to the house. What's more disconcerting for Peter is that Dr. Porter is a woman. When the other five kids come home each with the measles, Mike and Carol not only have an issue in catering to the bedridden kids' every whim, but they have to decide which of Drs. Porter and Cameron will be the family pediatrician. Each of the six kids want to see their own doctor, and not the other. Although Mike and Carol do ultimately come to a decision after much discussion and argument, that decision is... Written by
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In the scene with Mr. Brady at his work office, two detailed architect sketches are on the wall behind him. One sketch is the front of a large, anonymous, Colonial-style house, and the other sketch is of a more familiar backyard. The detailed backyard sketch is very similar to the Bradys'. The drawing shows a garage, yard, patio and backside of a modern house. This must have been the original sketch of the backyard set. See more