The Brady Bunch

Season 5 Episode 3

Snow White and the Seven Bradys

Aired Unknown Sep 28, 1973 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • At the end of the play, when Mike has to kiss Carol, in the first shot, with Sam and the kids in it, Mike has his hat on. Then in the shot where Carol has to move her head up for him to kiss her, his hat is gone. And in the next shot, when Carol wakes up, Mike's hat is on again!

    • Frances Whitfield, here playing the teacher being honored, was in real life the Brady kids' off set tutor.

    • All 6 kids wanted to play "Dopey" in the play. To settle the argument, Carol made them draw lots. Once Peter was the last one to draw, Carol realized that they were "short one child." Mike told her that "if that was a hint, forget it." Just then Sam comes over and Alice recruits him to be in the play.

    • The Seven Dwarfs were as follows: Sam (Dopey), Greg (Doc), Peter (Sneezy), Marcia (Sleepy), Jan (Happy), Bobby (Bashful), and Cindy (Grumpy).

      Alice played the evil Queen, Carol played Snow White, and Mike was Prince Charming.

  • Quotes

    • Carol: Hi, honey.
      Mike: Oh, hi. How was the meeting at school?
      Carol: Uh, Cindy, why don't you tell your father how the meeting was?
      Cindy: Dad, I've got great news.
      Carol: Great?!?
      Cindy: Well, that's better than saying it's awful news.

    • Police Officer: (to Sam) Did anybody ever tell you your mommy dresses you funny?

    • Cindy: Mom, can't we make a deal?
      Carol: Listen, I'm not Monty Hall!

  • Notes

    • At the end of the play, when the Bradys pass the large, wrapped "set of books" to their teacher, you can tell that the box is completely empty.

    • This is the first time we get to see Sam's delivery van on the trip to the market. The van is a Ford Econoline from the early 1960s.

    • Along with "Adios Johnny Bravo", these were the only two episodes to end with an applause.

    • This is the only episode where Jan is seen wearing her glasses during the final season.

    • Seeing how few people were in the audience when the play was airing for the first time, they must've had a lot of performances (shown off air) or charged A LOT of money per ticket.

  • Allusions

    • Cindy: Can't we make a deal?
      Carol: Listen, I'm not Monty Hall.

      Cindy and Carol was talking about the classic TV game show Let's Make A Deal where the contestants dress in silly costumes in order to be selected to win prizes. The show aired from 1963-1977.

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