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Jan comes home one afternoon with someone else's bicycle and Mike and Carol quickly discover that Jan may need glasses. After she gets them, Jan secretly stops wearing them. Meanwhile, Mike and Carol's anniversary prompts the kids to get together to have a family portrait taken. However, Jan, while not wearing her glasses, accidentally destroys the portrait and the kids must scramble to get a new one taken.moreless
A hip television commercial director discovers the Brady family at the grocery store and becomes determined to get them into a TV commercial selling Safe laundry detergent. The only problem is the the Brady family doesn't actually use the product, they use Best. This leads to a contest: Safe versus Best and if Safe wins, the family will do the commercial.moreless
Marcia has a big problem when she inadvertently makes two dates for the same night: one with Charlie and the other with Doug, the big man on campus. She makes an excuse to Charlie to go out with Doug but quickly learns Doug was only interested in having a pretty girl on his arm after Marcia is hit in the face with a football, resulting in a swollen nose and a bruised conscious. Meanwhile, the parents' bedroom is being painted.moreless
Mike has to present some plans for an addition at King's Island, an amusement park in Cincinnati, so he invites the whole family along but when a mix-up occurs Mike is left with a Yogi Bear poster while Jan is left with Mike's plans which she loses on one of the many rides in the park.moreless
When Bobby and Cindy are not invited to a wedding because they're too young, they set out to do something important. Their goal, break a teeter-totter record. As the rest of the family takes their attempts lightly, news reporters make a visit to the Brady household to report on their efforts. Meanwhile, Carol attempts to buy the perfect wedding gift for her Cousin Gertrude.moreless
Peter's new detective kit comes in handy when Cindy takes, and then loses a pair of antique earrings that Marcia was borrowing from Carol that she warned her not to touch. This leads Peter and Cindy on an all-out search for the missing earrings. Cindy gets really antsy when Carol announces that she plans to wear them to a costume party in which she and Mike are going as Cleopatra and Marc Antony.moreless
Part 2 of 3: After escaping the jail cell, Mike and Peter return with the prospector, who apologizes for locking them up and stealing their car. Later, the Bradys finally arrive in the Grand Canyon and set up camp. Later, the family is thrown into a panic, when Bobby and Cindy get lost in the canyon while chasing an Indian boy.moreless
Part 1 of 3: The kids and Alice have no clue as to what the surprise that Mike and Carol have for them. When Mike and Carol get home, the surprise is revealed as the Bradys have bought a camper and are planning a trip to Grand Canyon. As the Bradys set out for the vacation, en route, the family stops in an old ghost town where an old prospector locks them in a jail cell and steals their car.moreless
Mike has to check on the construction of a building that his construction firm is building and it so happens the building is in Hawaii, so he takes the whole family along. However, ancient Hawaiian superstition begins to plague the family when Bobby discovers an ancient taboo idol that brings bad luck to those who touch it. Part 1 of three.moreless
One evening, Jan and Cindy claim to have seen a ghost, but it is revealed to be a trick by Greg, Peter and Bobby. This leads the girls to use the same tactics the boys used to scare them. However, things get out of hand when Alice becomes the target of the scare tactics, but Mike and Carol inadvertently become the victims.moreless
Peter goes to a party and apparently someone there tells him that he's dull and doesn't have a personality. Convinced he doesn't have personality, Peter goes all out to try to get one. After imitating celebrities, Peter decides to try a funny personality in which he stocks up on jokes and plans to show his new personality off at a party. Meanwhile, Bobby and Cindy whip the house into shape after learning about fire safety at school.moreless
For a joke, Molly Webber, a plain Jane, is nominated for hostess on Banquet Night. This practical joke sends Marcia on a mission to transform Molly into a knockout and she succeeds but discovers she may have succeeded too much when she finds herself running against her.
Bobby, wanting to get rich quick, begins selling bottles of hair tonic and sells a bottle to Greg. However, Bobby runs for his life after the tonic turns Greg's hair orange, the day before his high school graduation.
Greg comes home furious when he is replaced on the basketball team by Warren Mulaney. When he discovers Marcia is dating Warren, he hits the roof and demands that Marcia stop seeing him. When she refuses, Greg tries to get revenge and begins dating the woman who beat Marcia out in cheerleading. Meanwhile, the Bradys prepare a dunking booth for a carnival.moreless
With Jan trying to create a more mature hairdo and Marcia beginning to balance dates, Cindy begins to feel left out and is called immature by her two older sisters. Cindy tries to make herself more grownup by trying to act more mature and even tries dressing up in Carol's clothes. Later, Cindy suddenly feels important when she suddenly gets a mysterious letter from a secret admirer.moreless
During a surfing competition, Greg wears Bobby's taboo idol and "wipes out". Soon after, Greg, Peter and Bobby learn of the ancient superstition from a construction worker, Mr. Hanalei. This leads the boys to search for an ancient burial ground to return the idol to break the curse. However, when they arrive at the burial ground, they are unaware of a shadowy figure trailing them.moreless
Peter comes home with the great news that he's been given his own column in the school newspaper. Peter quickly becomes popular with his classmates when they find their names in his newspaper column. Meanwhile, when he starts getting a poor grade in his biology class, he decides to improve it by flattering his teacher in his column.moreless
Greg becomes the person who has to house Raquel, a goat who happens to be the rival school's mascot, after he and his teammates swipe her in retaliation after the other team swiped their mascot. Things get out of control when Raquel proves to be hard to handle, easy to feed and not easy to catch.moreless
Mike and Carol agree to allow Marcia to have a slumber party and the boys are thrilled because then they'll be able to play tricks on everyone. Then at school, Marcia is accused of insulting her teacher with a sketch and Marcia's trouble at school leads to the slumber party being canceled.moreless
Cindy comes home in tears after a bully, Buddy Hinton begins picking on her because of her lisp. One afternoon, Peter encounters Buddy teasing Cindy and defends her, but gets a black eye in the process. After, Mike and Carol try to reason with Buddy's parents but get nowhere, Peter goes into training, so he can defend himself, if Buddy picks a fight.moreless
When Marcia gets the lead as Juliet in the school play, she's not sure she can tackle such an important part. But when the Bradys encourage her, she lets it go to her head, which causes her to become unbearable at home and at school and plays, which is the major reason why she is replaced by her understudy.moreless
While shopping at Driscoll's Toy Store, Peter looks up to see a wall about to fall on a little girl. He quickly pushes her out of the way. This leads to immediate media attention and Peter is named a hero. However, Peter lets all the attention go to his head, being arrogant and annoying his friends and his brothers and sisters.moreless
Carol and Mike invite all of their kids and their families to visit them for Christmas!
Greg is all excited as he's about to go in for his driver's test. When he passes the test, he decides that he needs his own car so he buys a car for $100 from his friend Eddie who made the car into something it's not. Finding that he has been stuck, Greg attempts to do the same thing Eddie did, when he tries to sell the car.moreless
Carol is in a minor car accident in the parking lot at the supermarket with a man who agrees to pay the damages. However, a short while later, he changes his mind and Carol finds herself summoned to court with Bobby and Cindy testifying against her, citing they didn't see Carol look before she pulled out. However, Marcia, who was also in the car with Bobby and Cindy, disagrees with her two younger siblings.moreless
An archeologist traps the boys in the caves at the burial ground and takes them hostage, insisting they tell him where they found the idol. Meanwhile, Jan, Marcia and Cindy debate on whether or not to tell Mike and Carol, the boys' whereabouts when they fail to come back for dinner.moreless
Part 3 of 3: In the conclusion, while trying to find their way back to their camp, Bobby and Cindy encounter the Indian boy again who leads them back to their camp. This brings relief to a worried Mike and Carol. However, Bobby and Cindy wanting to help the Indian boy, Jimmy, in his quest of running away to become an astronaut gets them into more trouble.moreless
Alice has decided to take a well deserved vacation, but feeling like she's deserting the Brady family, she calls in her cousin, Emma. The Bradys are in for a big surprise when she turns to household into an army barracks. The family soon plots to get rid of the power hungry pest by trying to get her to take a few days off.moreless
After meeting an astronaut, Bobby and Peter begin wondering about life on other planets. Their wonder turns to excitement when they claim to have spotted a UFO and camp out in the backyard to get it on film.
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