Brady Bunch

Approval Rate: 59%

59%Approval ratio

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    Fri Jul 23 2010

    I never saw the progamme during it's initial run, either I was too young or it wasn't carried on Canadian networks in the pre-cable era, I'm not sure which. I discovered it in re-runs and was surprised to discover that a show so popular could suck so monumentally.

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    Wed Oct 28 2009

    ugh - 1 of my most hated shows

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    Mon Oct 26 2009

    I couldn't even get into it back then.To call it corny would be a compliment.

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    Mon Oct 26 2009

    Typically unrealistic and idiotic sit-com of the era, that somehow manages to be even worse than all the rest.

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    Mon Oct 26 2009

    It's quite possible that "The Brady Bunch" might be the worst sitcom to have lasted longer than a season. I just don't understand how anyone can really watch something that cheesy.

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    Mon Mar 23 2009

    It was so corny and cheesy, which is why I enjoyed watching it once in a while.

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    Mon Mar 23 2009

    I read somewhere that some of the cast members said that they thought the show was sappy, and although some people think that the show had retarded storylines, I watch the reruns sometimes, and I like it.

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    Mon Dec 29 2008

    thats a gay ass show

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    Mon Nov 24 2008

    Growing up with the Brady Bunch is like growing up wishing my sisiter (by marriage only) looked like Marsha.

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    Sun Jul 06 2008

    How could anyone grow up without this show?

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    Wed Jun 11 2008

    cheeeessssyyy but good

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    Tue Jun 10 2008

    Hated it! But still watched it cause we only had 3 channels!

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    Sun Jun 08 2008

    back in the day, I couldn't watch it now

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    Sat May 31 2008


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    Fri May 30 2008

    That was the bomb show!

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    Tue Apr 08 2008

    Great kids show. Wholesome and gave life lessons like Leave it to Beaver did for a much earlier generation. I must admit it was a struggle to watch it with my kids when they were small but it wasn't offensive. Good for taking a snooze on the couch while the kids watched. Marsha and Jan were cute but Florence Henderson got my attention. I agree the show belongs more to the 70's than the earlier decade. Lightweight sit-com.

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    Fri Mar 21 2008

    Another stupid show from the 60's but for some reason.....I will watch it. I do watch others more though.

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    Wed Feb 20 2008

    I used to love this show alot, but i got sick of it after awhile. Too much airplay! I seen a overdub video of the show on Youtube that was funny.  Bobby, and Cindy killed themselves because they could not go to a beheading. The video has been since deleted, but it is still around the web.

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    Wed Feb 20 2008

    a girls show. I was watching lost in space

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    Tue Nov 06 2007

    Ew, just EW

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    Sat Oct 27 2007

    One of the most annoying shows ever and now I've got that annoying song stuck in my head again.

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    Fri Oct 26 2007

    Oh My G-d Fantastic! I loved the Brady Bunch, who didn't? They were just the greatest family, who didn't want to be a Brady honestly at that time, they were all so cute. At that age, I think Marcia had that cool look, and Greg, was pretty cool, I loved that t.v. mom, and t.v. dad, and with Alice the maid, didn't we all want homes with orange countertops the way they had it in the Brady Bunch?

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    Wed Sep 26 2007

    Hey, come on! What's so bad about being wholesome?!

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    Tue Aug 21 2007

    absolutely hated the way they represented the times. so false in inventing their own pop-culture. johnny bravo? the brady singers? bull. i would visit my girlfriend's house as a teen and her grade-school brothers and sisters would be watching this totally false representation - a regurgitated slice of american apple pie.

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    Mon Sep 18 2006

    Not even worth one star in my opinion. This is as cheezy as it can possibly get.

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    Fri Sep 08 2006

    Losing some points for this list because in my opinion "The Brady Bunch" was more of a 1970's rather than a 1960's television series, the fact that this show has become a part of the common American experience can't really be disputed. As a family show, the plotlines were clearly non-confrontational and benign, yet still often relevant to children and young adults today. Rumor has it that Robert Reed (Mr. Brady) hated a good number of the scripts (eventually being written out of some, including the final episode), claiming that they were unrealistic. Perhaps, but true realism and grit wasn't what the producers were shooting for and this relative innocence was key to the series' lasting charm. The bottom line is that, notwithstanding the classic "add-a-kid" cousin Oliver, a cultural icon like "The Brady Bunch" deserves at least four stars, but only as a 70's show.

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    Sat May 27 2006

    Marsha was hot. Jan grew up and got hotter.

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    Wed Jan 04 2006

    The most dumbest show ever who walks around and says hey gang lets be gay how stupid is that.

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    Mon Oct 03 2005

    I have to admit I seen them all.......It is still interesting to watch if you would like to know about the clothing styles of the day....that is were the true laughter can be found.

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    Thu Jun 16 2005

    i liked the brady bunch but it was a little to perfect to be believed

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    Sat Jun 11 2005

    This was the last of the 1960's family fun comedies with two single parents, each with three kids, getting married and the resulting bedlam was the show. It was all good clean fun.

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    Fri Jun 10 2005

    I always wanted to bitch slap marcia, and take away Jan's innocence. Jan was the alluring one, not Marcia or Carol man.

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    Thu May 19 2005

    Stupid, just plain stoooopid!

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    Tue Mar 29 2005

    Okay, Okay I watched this show. I happened to like it and from the looks of it, so did a lot of other people. Sue me, lol

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    Fri Mar 18 2005

    family friendly with lots of laughs!

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    Tue Feb 22 2005

    Corny, idiotic

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    Thu Jan 27 2005

    One of the all-time classic and great shows, I must have seen every episode at least 5 times. It also helped that Marcia and Jan became hot as they got older. Interesting it's listed here as a '60s show, it started in 1969 and I always think of it as a '70s show. Season 1 is finally coming on DVD March 1st!!!

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    Tue Nov 30 2004

    35 years after the pilot, the show is still going strong. Marcia in a minidress is truly hard to surpass.

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    Mon Oct 25 2004

    the brady bunch is a family classic that always has a carefree attitude and makes us bring it back every few years. It will keep on going forever!

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    Fri Oct 08 2004

    can't get enough of doubt a great show w/great's pretty lame but in a good way. i have firsthand knowledge that greg made out w/alice shhhhhh

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    Sun Aug 22 2004

    An alright show, although I laughed AT it more than with it.

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    Sat Aug 07 2004

    Good but unrealistic show. Not really meant to be taken seriously. One annoying aspect was they tried to keep Cindy Brady (Susan Olson) cute even in her older awkward years, which made her appear somewhat retarded.

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    Sat Jul 31 2004

    Groovy Quotes that'll live forever Jan would say Marsha Marsha Marsha, Oh God my Nose, Johnny Bravo,or I MUST GET DAVIE JONES TO TAKE ME TO THE PROM!

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    Wed Jul 28 2004

    I grew up watching the reruns of Brady Brunch in the 80's..This show is very cookie cutter but for purely nostalgic reasons gets 4 stars....They jumped the shark when they added little Oliver to the pack

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    Wed Jul 07 2004

    I loved Jan!

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    Sat Jun 12 2004

    Having grown up in a family of 3 boys, 3 girls, I find this show hilarious on a personal level. The sibling rivalry and chaos of the large Brady family is true in some situations except in my household those groovy outfits were more like grass-stained blue jeans and '60's tank tops. The show is a throwback to simpler, safer times and perhaps that is why the show is still a hit among new generations. The Brady Bunch is a fun, entertaining show that can be watched by all ages. By the way, in my real life situation, I would be Jan. Oh, that poor middle sister.

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    Thu Apr 29 2004

    Some people would have you believe that cloning is a fairly new technology, but actually, the first major breakthrough in this field occurred in the mid-1960s, when U.S. government scientists, in an effort to clone John Denver, created Robbie Rist. Several years later, Mr. Rist invaded our living rooms as the mysterious Cousin Oliver, and the rest is history.

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    Fri Apr 23 2004

    This is a cute show and it always shows a lesson in every episode. I always thought Marsha Brady was so pretty!

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    Mon Feb 09 2004

    I think the show is very unrealistic in many aspects, however tv and movies are not always meant to be realistic. When the Brady Bunch was originally on the air, I wasn't alive yet. But to this day, I enjoy watching the reruns over and over again. I love this show and I also love the movies they came out with starring Shelley Long. She does a great Florence Henderson ! A great show for the whole family....HIGHLY recommended...