Greg: It's sure great how some people can sing while other people are dying!
Alice: You got everything here?
Carol: Well, I think so. There are 6 luncheon trays,
5 comic books,
4 jigsaw puzzles,
(singing to the tune of "The 12 Days of Christmas")
3 magic tricks,
2 ice cream bars,...
Carol and Mike: And one cow bell!
Peter: What's a 5-letter word for exhaustion?
(Greg complains about his lunch.) Mike: That's a feast fit for a king! Greg: Well then give it to the king and give me some bologna!
Marica: Gentlemen...if you don't like the conversation in this room....
Jan: Which by-the-way happens to be a WOMAN'S room....
Marcia: True! Then you can simply VAMOOS!
Carol: Oh, Mike! Why don't we just put it off until you decide which doctor?
Mike: At this point I'd SETTLE for a witch doctor.
Carol Brady is the only Brady who already had the measles. This is also the only episode that the Mike and Carol mentions the diseases that the kids already had in the past.
This is the first of 29 episodes directed by Oscar Rudolph, who would direct more BB episodes than any other person.
The kids are playing Monopoly, even though the brand name is covered along with the Community Chest & Chance cards are in the wrong positions.
This is the only episode where we see Mike making a mixed drink of some kind at the bar in the living room.
At the end of the episode, Dr. Porter and Dr. Cameron combine their practice and the Bradys decide to keep them both. However, they are replaced the following season by Dr. Howard.
Herbert Anderson is better known as Henry Mitchell on Dennis the Menace.
Marion Ross is better known as Marion Cunningham on Happy Days.
This episode is just like All in the Family when Mike, Gloria and Archie argue over what sex the doctor should operate on Mike's appendix.
When Carol was counting the trays and what's on them, she and later Mike, sing to the tune of "Twelve Days Of Christmas."