The Brady Bunch

Never Too Young

Season 5, Ep 4, Aired 10/5/73
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  • Episode Description
  • After Bobby defends Millicent at school she rewards him with a kiss and he immediately sees sky rockets. This leads him to try to kiss her again but after seeing those sky rockets again, she delivers the news that she may have the mumps. Meanwhile, the family prepares for a Roaring '20s party.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Florence Henderson

    Carol Brady

  • Ann B. Davis

    Alice Nelson

  • Maureen McCormick

    Marcia Brady

  • Eve Plumb

    Jan Brady

  • Susan Olsen

    Cynthia "Cindy" Brady

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

    By GRB1956, Mar 25, 2014

  • Bobby gets his first kiss on the lips.

    By Dirk4MVP, Jul 14, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Cindy: The secret is...the secret is... Marcia: Yeah? Cindy: There is no secret. Peter and Jan: No secret?!? Marcia: What are you talking about? Greg: Wait a minute. If there's no secret, then what's all this "I've got a secret, I've got a secret" jazz for? Cindy: Well, if I didn't say that, would I be getting all this attention?

    • Bobby: You were spying! Cindy: I was not. I just happened to be looking where I wasn't supposed to.

    • Marcia: Of all the things I don't need right now, it's the mumps. Cindy: Yeah, and if we do get them, it'll be all Bobby's fault. Bobby: My fault? Millicent's your friend! Cindy: Yes, but I don't go around kissing her!

    • Cindy: I've got a secret, I've got a secret! Jan: What kind of a secret, Cindy? Cindy: That's for me to know and you to find out! (leaves) Greg: When is she ever gonna grow up? Marcia: When there's nobody left to blab on.

    Notes (5)

    • I read somewhere that this was Melissa Sue Anderson's screen test that landed her the role of Mary Ingalls on Little House on the Prairie.

    • The music played during Bobby's daydream is The Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet (1968). It was a #1 song in 1969.

    • Four years later the tables would be turned when Mike Lookinland would make a cameo appearance on Little House on the Prairie which starred Melissa Sue Anderson as Mary Ingalls.

    • This episode features the only kissing scene involving one of the Brady Kids. None of the other kids had one except for Bobby.

    • Mike & Carol perform "I Wanna Be Loved By You" with Alice ending the song.

    Trivia (6)

    • In one scene, Bobby is daydreaming about Millicent, and they're running to each other. Right before they kiss, look closely at Millicent's face. She rolls her eyes, as if she is either dizzy or completely disgusted by Bobby.

    • Before Millicent comes and kisses Bobby Greg leaves in the car with Peter to go on a date. So why is he up in his room looking at records with Marcia and Jan after Bobby comes back in the house?

    • Melissa Sue Anderson, who plays Millicent here, is best known for playing oldest daughter Mary Ingalls on the 1970's-1980's television show Little House on the Prairie. Anderson eventually married, had two children and became a Canadian citizen.

    • Mike asks Carol to "lend me your tonsils" to sing "I Wanna Be Loved By You." Carol reminds him that he knows that she doesn't have tonsils anymore (both she and Cindy had them removed in Season 2's "Coming-Out Party").

    • Marcia commented on how she didn't want to get the mumps. In the episode, "Is There a Doctor In The House", Carol said Marcia and Cindy already had the mumps, and you can only get the mumps once.

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    Allusions (1)

    • Jan mentions how Marcus Welby is faster than Millicent's doctor. "Marcus Welby M.D." was a TV show starring Robert Young that ran from 1969-1976.

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