The Partridge Family

Season 1 Episode 12

My Son, the Feminist

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Dec 11, 1970 on ABC
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Keith dates a girl who is a firm believer in women's lib.

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  • A girl way too liberal for the Partridge family.

    Another episode of this show that I couldn't find funny. It seems that this first season is either hit or miss, atleast for me. In the Partridge family universe the story is acceptable. But to me, it doesn't make sense, not even for their standards. The partridges are hippies! (or at least dress like them) and a girl with very liberal ideas intimidates them! Maybe I am just forgetting how the plot exactly goes, but as far as I remember that is the way it went. Shame on you Partridge family!

    Another observation I have to make is that the producers should have hired more people for the audience shots. They were like 30 people only watching the family's show at the park. Very unreal, considerng the fact that the family is rather famous and they are giving a free show.moreless
Shirley Jones

Shirley Jones

Shirley Partridge

Danny Bonaduce

Danny Bonaduce

Danny Partridge

Susan Dey

Susan Dey

Laurie Partridge

David Cassidy

David Cassidy

Keith Partridge

Jeremy Gelbwaks

Jeremy Gelbwaks

Christopher Partridge

Suzanne Crough

Suzanne Crough

Tracy Partridge

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    • This episode marked the first on-screen performance by the Partridges singing "I Think I Love You". In episode 8 "But the Memory Lingers On", the song was played over the opening picnic scene.
      That song went on to become a number-one hit on the Billboard singles chart (& worldwide) and wound up selling over 4 million copies.

    • If you look closely at Tina's house, you might notice that it looks awfully familiar. That's because it was the former home of Darrin and Samantha Stephen's on "Bewitched".

    • This episode had a reunion connection. Leonard Stone & Dave Madden were also on "Camp Runamuck".

      Leonard's better known as Sam Beauregarde from "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory".