Alice is wearing a ski outfit not her blue uniform. She is wearing a ski cap, and a sweater when everyone else is wearing shorts and short sleaves, kinda hot to be practicing in a sweater.
Why is there ash trays in this scene if the Brady's dont smoke? Why would Alice be cleaing the ash trays in any scene? It was not uncommon for a non-smoking family in those days to have ashtrays for their smoking guests.
After Mike grounded Marcia, she crumpled up the "Father of the Year" letter. Later, she retrieved the letter and mailed it, still crumpled. When the letter was received by the editor, the paper of the letter was in tact.
Trivia: Carla Dittmeyer is more than likely the older sister of Mary Dittmeyer, mentioned by Cindy in Eenie Meenie Mommy Daddy.
When Mike is trying to reach Mr. Crawford on the payphone, at one point he is told that Mr. Crawford had to take a call from London. Presumably, this whole sequence is occuring in the evening some time since Mike has come home from work (along with Sam being there to take Alice on a date). If we estimate the time to be 4 pm Pacific Time (since the show took place in CA), then it would've been 1 am in London, a very unusual time to be placing a business call.
In this episode, Jan tells her friend that she's happy with her freckles. In "The Not-So-Ugly Duckling", Jan despairs over her freckles and wants to get rid of them.
In this episode, it is revealed that Alice took psychology at school - which she flunked.
Barry Williams (Greg), Christopher Knight (Peter), and Susan Olsen (Cindy) provided an audio commentary for this episode on the Season 1 DVD.
This is actor Christopher Knight's self-proclaimed "favorite episode".
When Carol comes in after Mike explains circumstantial evidence to Bobby and Cindy she claims to have searched the whole house and there was no doll or kazoo but the Kazoo only went missing a few minutes ago.
Blooper: Cindy mixes up the lyrics to Rockabye Baby. Instead of "down will come baby, cradle and all", she says "down will come cradle, baby and all."
There were two Kitty Karry-All dolls used on the set. Today, one resides with Susan Olsen, the other with Eve Plumb.
The boxes the boys take from the master bedroom are not the same boxes they are shown carrying into the girls' room.
In this episode we learn from Alice that Mike, Greg and Peter have had Tiger longer than they've had Bobby.
In this episode, Greg comes home and needs math help. He tells Alice that he'll go to mom because "she's a wiz at this stuff". Yet, in "Father of the Year", when Marcia needs help with her homework, she needs to rely on dad instead of mom because "it's math" with the implication being that mom is no good at math.
Correction: the account of the episode listed above was actually for the episode Father of the Year
In this episode, Mike reveals that he was in the school drama club.
If the children went through the trouble of putting on a second performance so the entire Brady family could attend, why not allow all the other empty seats to be occupied by other children's family members who could not attend? Furthermore, if the point was to make a special exception for Cindy, then why not allow enough seats for all her family to attend the original performance? Certainly, there were a few extra seats at that performance.
The very premise of there only being enough seating for "one person from each student's family" to attend the school play and concert is ridiculous. There are 86 students appearing in the performance; even if every child could invite both parents, what school auditorium only holds 172 people? And a panoramic shot of the auditorium at the beginning of the episode clearly shows plenty of seating. Failing that, why not just put on the play twice?
Cindy wears Marcia's wings.
After Mike and Carol confess to each other in the den that neither of them wrote the letter, they decide to let the kids know after they finish the program they're watching on tv. In the next scene, the entire Brady family is watching television in the living room - presumably they are watching the same program the parents referred to. Yet, Mike and Carol are wearing different clothing. Carol is wearing an entirely different dress, while Mike changed from jeans and a red shirt to dress slacks, shirt and tie.