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The Brady Bunch

Season 3 Episode 16

Dough Re Mi

Aired Unknown Jan 14, 1972 on ABC
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Episode Summary

Dough Re Mi

Greg, wanting to make a record, books a recording studio and plans on singing a song with his siblings. However, when Peter's voice begins to change, his hopes of recording Greg's planned song are dashed. That is until Greg gets a new idea that just may accommodate Peter's changing voice.


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  • This episode was hilarious! i cant stop laughing, i found a video of time to change on youtube and i cant stop watching and singing and playing it!

    i love this episode it is so funny!!! it makes me laugh for hours and hours! it is so funny! good thing i have a huge thing for peter!!! I love this episode alot alot alot alot alot! it is my number 1 favorite episode of the whole show!This episode is great for those going throug doese not make you feel so bad i guess, well im a girl so i would not really know how that goes....though i would love to be in young peters shoes and be in that episode!!!! im just a crazy brady fan!moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • In the ending scenes after they recorded the song, Greg says that he didn't want Peter to talk because they were saving Peter's voice, and Alice says "To record Greg's Song", but they had already recorded it.

    • When Peter is singing that's not really his voice squeaking - it's a production assistant.

  • QUOTES (4)

  • NOTES (4)

    • When this episode orginally aired on ABC, NBC debuted a new sitcom that would clobber them in the ratings, Sanford & Son.

    • Peter's voice track was omitted from "Time to Change" in subsequent compilation albums.

    • Christopher Knight, who played Peter, was the only member of the Brady Bunch cast who did not feel comfortable with the singing episodes. He hated this one, saying it was "humiliating."

    • Featured songs, "We Can Make the World a Whole Lot Brighter" and "Time to Change" were later re-used in the Brady Kids animated series.


    • This episode's title is a play on a combination of the three consecutive syllables "Do-Re-Mi" originally a musical scale system and as a well-known song for the musical and film The Sound of Music and of the U.S. TV game show "Dough Re Mi".