The further trials and tribulations of the extended Brady family, with the children all grown up and married and with children.
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Complete series cast summary:
Florence Henderson ...  Carol Ann Tyler Martin Brady 5 episodes, 1990
Robert Reed ...  Mike Brady 5 episodes, 1990
Eve Plumb ...  Jan Martin Brady Covington 5 episodes, 1990
Leah Ayres ...  Marcia Brady Logan 5 episodes, 1990
Susan Olsen ...  Cynthia "Cindy" Martin Brady 5 episodes, 1990
Barry Williams ...  Dr. Greg Brady 5 episodes, 1990
Christopher Knight ...  Peter Brady 5 episodes, 1990
Mike Lookinland ...  Bobby Brady 5 episodes, 1990
Ann B. Davis ...  Alice Nelson 5 episodes, 1990
Caryn Richman ...  Nora Brady 5 episodes, 1990
Jerry Houser ...  Wally Logan 4 episodes, 1990
Ron Kuhlman ...  Philip Covington III 4 episodes, 1990
Martha Quinn Martha Quinn ...  Tracy Brady 4 episodes, 1990
Ken Michelman Ken Michelman ...  Gary Greenberg 4 episodes, 1990
Jaclyn Bernstein ...  Jessica Logan 4 episodes, 1990
Michael Melby Michael Melby ...  Mickey Logan 4 episodes, 1990
Jonathan Taylor Thomas ...  Kevin Brady 4 episodes, 1990
Valerie Ick Valerie Ick ...  Patty Covington 4 episodes, 1990
Pat Crawford Brown ...  Mabel / ... 2 episodes, 1990
Herb Edelman ...  Gene Dickinson 2 episodes, 1990
Anne Haney ...  Mrs. Abrogast / ... 2 episodes, 1990
Jerry Hauck ...  Borden 2 episodes, 1990
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The further trials and tribulations of the extended Brady family, with the children all grown up and married and with children. Written by Greg McElhatton <icedrake@erols.com>

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Release Date:

9 February 1990 (USA) See more »

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The Brady 500 See more »

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Stereo

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1.33 : 1
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When the series showed less than stellar success as a drama, the producers decided to turn it into a comedy - by laying a laugh track under the existing, unaltered dramatic script, resulting in an often bizarre juxtaposition of cues for the audience. See more »

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In the initial two episodes dealing with Bobby's car crash, Jan lived away in a different city but for the rest of the series she is apparently close by and working with her dad in the architecture firm. There is no mention of her suddenly relocating. See more »

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The 6 episodes were later re-edited into three TV movies for syndication and featured a new theme song sung by Florence Henderson. See more »

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Follows The Brady Bunch (1969) See more »

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the point being...
17 May 2002 | by Goon-2See all my reviews

Completely unexpectantly, the two-hour pilot of this uh, series, casually began to play on my television set. For reasons beyond me, it was called "The Brady 500," which was quite cutesy, but I could still tell it was the 'movie' that led to "The Brady's," a very dramatic one hour drama that reunites the they're together so often I'm surprised they're NOT a real family family of the Brady's... you know, Mike, Carol, Greg, Marica (a faux Marcia, not Maureen McCormack)... yes, THOSE Brady's from the corny sitcom "The Brady Bunch," only their lives are not so funny anymore.

In "The Brady 500" Mike and Carol are basically the same, as is Alice, the "goofy" housekeeper, whom I think is either still working for them, or just hangs out at their house too often. Greg is married with child (a young Johnathan Taylor Thomas...which was not thrilling news to discover) and is an Obstitrician; Marcia is still married to Wally (from "The Brady Brides"), who's main talent seems to be losing jobs. His last one cost them their house, so they and their two precious children must move in with Mike and Carol; Peter is some womanizer (of all characters) who's been engaged four times, but can never find the right girl; Jan does not seem to enjoy communicating with her family much (stubborn middle child) unless it involves telling them all of her problems, which involve she and hubby Phillip (also of "The Brady Brides") and their inablity to have children; Cindy is a deejay, who is attracted to her older, widowed boss, and Bobby...well, he WAS a budding race car driver who gets PARALYZED during some big, important race. Oh, the horror. How will the rest of the Brady's cope with this dramatic struggle.

Actually, Bobby's paralysis really seemed to take a back burner as the last forty minutes or so seemed to involve his love life with a jilted fiance, Tracy...whom he ends up marrying; as well as Wally's casually getting a new job (truly, nobody seemed to care when he announced it), and Jan and Phillip deciding to adopt and ending up with not a baby, but a young Korean girl, who seemed to only communicate by whispering in her new mommy's or daddy's ear. I guess other episodes probably dealt with Bobby CONTINUING to deal with his handicap--as well as a new wife; Jan and Phil's adjustments; Wally's new job, etc. I believe other plots also involved Mike running for--and winning--a seat on Congress; Marcia *howl with laughter* being an alcoholic, and many other dramatic, tensing situations. I think the Brady's even had to (oh dear) MOVE!!!!!

Quality-wise, I found "The Brady 500" about on par with "A Very Brady Christmas," which means it passed the time, but wasn't all that great. The thing I had to wonder was, what was the point of reuniting the Brady family for a dramatic series, when everyone knows them as the corny, "comedic" Brady's. It presents a concept too hard to swallow (the three flashbacks to the original series did not help...and Dabs "Reverand Alden" Greer as the minister in Bobby's wedding cornily referring to Mike and Carol's wedding did not do much to help me take it seriously, either), which is probably why it didn't exactly go on to last for YEARS or even one year, I believe.


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