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In Mike's line, "Bobby knows better than to bring a cap gun to school," the insertion of "cap" seems forced, as though he might more naturally say, "bring a gun to school." Evidently it was to make clear to the viewers that a cap gun was in view. In today's climate, this would have led to an automatic suspension, or even an expulsion.
This is the only time we see the Brady's praying around the table-and then Bobby's toy gun goes off!
Sunshine Day and Keep On, which were both sung by the Brady Bunch kids, were re-enacted in the 1998 Brady Bunch Movie. The actors who played the kids in the film lip-synched to the original songs, recorded by the 6 kids from the TV show.
When the kids are practicing in the garage and Alice looks down at the ground to see what they are doing you can here Marcia say "Come on Chris" and then let out a big laugh.
This was the only BB episode (besides the pilot) that didn't have a tag.
The album that Greg was looking at was from the "Strawberry Shortcakes".
Greg makes a total of five phone calls in this episode.
In the scene where Bobby is training his frog to jump for the fly, you can see the seam in the fake lawn immediately behind Bobby.
This is the only episode where Greg is grounded by Mike.
This is the famous "exact words" episode. Greg tries to "split hairs" with his folks about his punishment over not driving safely.
This is the only episode we see Bobby in his underwear washing his good clothes.
When Bobby stops the kid in the hall for chewing gum, the kid is reading a book. When it cuts back to Bobby and then back to the kid, he no longer has a book.
In an interesting bit of continuity, Bobby washes his good clothes with an entire box of "Safe" Laundry Detergent - the same brand the family was asked to do a commercial for in the season 3 episode "And Now, A Word From Our Sponsor."
The readout on Greg's clock-radio says "11:55," which it had done in several other episodes.
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!
In this episode, Carol is trying to learn how to play golf. However, in "Vote for Brady," Carol owned golf clubs and mentioned that she used to play golf all the time. She, however, gave it up to take care of her family.
Star Robert Reed does not appear in this episode.
This is the second time Alice leaves because of how the kids feel about her. The first time was in seasons 1 episode Alice doesn't live here anymore.
Carol is more upset that Marcia left the stereo on than Alice is. But the stereo belongs to Alice...she won it in the contest.
And it's difficult to believe that Peter would even contemplate lying about the broken lamp after what he went through before with the broken vase.
This is the only episode where Alice is a waitress.