The Brady Bunch

Season 4 Episode 12

Everyone Can't Be George Washington

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Aired Unknown Dec 22, 1972 on ABC
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Peter is determined to get the part of George Washington in the school play but the teacher thinks Peter would be better in the role of Benedict Arnold. When his friends start making snide comments about it he decides to get himself kicked out of the play. Meanwhile, Jan also has a part in the play she is in charge of set design and gets Mike to help in the endeavor.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In "Juliet is The Sun", Peter says: Hark! and Jan says: Who goes there? In this episode, the exact same lines as those were said. So those line were heard in the George Washington and Romeo & Juliet play!

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    • During the dress rehersal, the viewer can see that there are no more than a dozen or so parents in attendance. Yet, when applause is heard at the end of the play, it's clearly the sound of a much larger crowd clapping. And when the camera switches to a view of Mike and Carol during the applause, neither they or any parents near them are clapping at all, though the group applause can still be heard.

    • When Pete (as Benedict Arnold) dies, and the actress playing his wife, Peggy, says, "he is gone; Benedict Arnold is no more", actor Chris Knight can clearly be seen moving and twitching on the floor.

    • It seems unlikely that the kids at school would really shun Peter simply because he was portraying Benedict Arnold in a school skit. Even if the kids knew who Arnold was, they probably wouldn't mistreat a friend, as though he really was Arnold.

    • This episode opens with a front and side view of the exterior of the "Brady house". On the left, the viewer can see a fully attached garage (the house used as the Brady home is clearly a split-level). But in the show, the Bradys simply have a carport.

    • Barbara Bernstein (Peggy) is Florence Henderson's daughter.

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