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Game played at Marcia's slumber party.
[ 30 ]
Gen. Haggerty Award
Military honor Alice's cousin Emma wins for her "Make Your
Barracks Beautiful" campaign.
[ 69 ]
Kipula Construction Co. employee who recognizes
an idol unearthed at a Honolulu building site
as tabu, bad luck to all who touch it. He later
informs the Brady boys that the idol must be
returned to the burial place of Hawaii's first king
in order to lift the curse.
Hanalei (to boys): "Long ago, before the great
Kamehameha, there was sacred burial place for
kings. To guard them, they make strong tabu.
. . . Evil come to those who touch. It will always
come, my children."
"HANDS OFF CINDY / THIS MEANS YOU"
Sign Marcia displays in the girls' bedroom after
Cindy mistakenly gives her diary to the Friends in
[ 24 ]
Kingsford, Illinois letter writer to the newspaper advice
column Dear Libby whose blended family is
creating second thoughts about the marriage.
[ 1 ]
We have a terrible problem in my family. I
have three children of my own and three additional
children from a recent marriage. I had no idea three
new children could cause so much trouble. Should I
continue pretending to love these new children and
wait until they wreck my marriage or should I get
(signed) "Harried and Hopeless"
Dear Libby's reply:
Give it a try a little while longer. It just
Harry (Herb Vigran)
Beleaguered clerk at the Checker Trading Stamp
Redemption Store who lets Carol and the girls in
after hours to claim a sewing machine.
[ 11 ]
Harry: "It's been like this ever since they announced
Checker Stamps was going out of business. All day
long, coffeemakers, toasters, heaters, blankets --
doesn't anybody buy anything anymore?"
Cindy's mis-reading of "Harried and Hopeless," a
letter writer to the newspaper advice column
[ 1 ]
University pennant hanging in the boys' backyard
[ 2 ]
Used bookstore located on Belvedere.
[ 24 ]
Harvey (Bobby Riha)
Peter's friend at Fillmore Junior High School who starts
making new friends after Peter writes in his newspaper
column, the Whole Truth, that he's a great dancer. In
response, Harvey gives him a candy bar and invites him
to his uncle's pizza parlor.
[ 68 ]
Harvey: "I've never been so popular with girls."
Secretary to Carol's aunt Jenny.
[ 66 ]
License plate on a station wagon belonging to Kipula
Construction Co. in Honolulu.
[ 72 ]
Laundry detergent Carol used before switching to
Champ the Dirt Fighter.
[ 59 ]
Carol (to Mike): "We found out that Help didn't
[ 14 ]
Cindy on Henry: "I've kissed him twice already
and he still hasn't changed into a prince. He's
just a plain ol' bullfrog."
CBS sitcom starring Lucille Ball and her real-life son,
Desi Arnaz Jr. Originally titled "The Lucy Show."
[ 24 ]
Bobby's pet turtle.
[ 5 ]
Neighborhood park where Alice and Sam picnic.
[ 48 ]
New Zealand mountain climber who was one of the
first two men to reach the top of Mount Everest and
return. He signs the cast of Carol's aunt Jenny after
she breaks her leg skiing in Switzerland.
[ 66 ]
Longtime emperor of Japan. His chef trades Carol's
aunt Jenny a recipe for sukiyaki with a
recipe for borscht by Nina Khrushchev.
[ 66 ]
Hawaiian musician and singer who performs with
Sam Kapu at the Polynesian Palace. He and Kapu
croon "Sweet Someone" for Bobby and Cindy.
[ 72 ]
The most popular girl in Marcia's senior class at
Fillmore Junior High School. After the class nominates
her for hostess of Senior Banquet Night, she is
forced to withdraw from the competition when her
family plans to leave on vacation. Marcia, the third
nominee, is then placed in the running against
[ 71 ]
Oops! Molly Webber refers to her once as
Contemporary of Marcia and her friends.
During a game of Truth or Dare at Marcia's slumber
party, Ruthie refuses to reveal whether she's
been kissed by him.
[ 30 ]
"Home on the
Campfire song the Bradys sing to Greg's guitar
accompaniment during their stay at
the Grand Canyon.
[ 51 ]
Event organized by Miss Barnaby at Clinton Avenue
Elementary School. Bobby and Cindy persuade Mike
and Carol to limit the number of appliciances plugged
into a single outlet in the kitchen and encourage the
family to practice fire drills.
[ 54 ]
Hawaii's largest city and the capital of the island
state. Mike takes his family and Alice there when
Mr. Phillips asks him to inspect the construction of
a building he designed. The family stays at the
Marcia's classmate at Fillmore Junior High
School. [ 17 ]
Indian tribe that performs a rain dance for Grand Canyon
[ 50 ]
Daily Chronicle reporter who visits the Bradys'
home to interview Peter about saving Tina Spencer
from a falling shelf at Driscoll Toy Shop. He
returns to present Peter with the newspaper's
monthly Outstanding Citizen Award and a check
for $50. [ 22 ]
Hopkins (to Peter): "According to the information
we've got, you're a hero."
Daily Chronicle headline:
Peter Brady, 11, Risks Life To Save Young Girl
"Hot Rod Charlie"
Alice's nickname for Bobby after he skins his
knee in a bike accident. Bobby claims he ran over
a banana and crashed.
[ 6 ]
World-renowned magician and escape artist who
performed with Carol's Aunt Jenny before his death
in 1926. Jenny presents Peter with a pair
of Houdini's trick handcuffs.
[ 66 ]
Jenny on Houdini: "Harry and I played the same
vaudeville circuit. I did a tap dance and a snappy patter
How to Cook in 30 Easy Lessons
Book Mike reads in order to help Marcia earn her
cooking badge. [ 8 ]
Woman who demonstrates the ancient Hawaiian dance
for Carol, Alice and the girls during the Bradys' visit
[ 72 ]
Prospective buyer of the Bradys' Clinton Way
home until the Bradys decide not to sell. She
planned to place a grand piano in the living room.
She later has her eye on the Woodley Hills home
Mike and Carol were considering buying.
[ 18 ]
Mrs. Hunsaker on the Bradys' home: "My, it is
attractive, isn't it?"
Bert Grossman: "A quality house all the way
through, Mrs. Hunsaker."
Marina owner who gives Mike a battered boat after
Mike designs an addition to the waterfront property.
[ 79 ]
Boy who gives Bobby a black eye after Bobby picks
a fight with him.
[ 62 ]
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