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Boyfriend of a letter writer to advice columnist
Dear Libby. His birthday gift -- a bikini -- worries
his girlfriend, who signs her letter, "What Do You
Think?" [ 1 ]
Randolph, J.P. (E.G.
Principal of Fillmore Junior High School who
punishes Marcia for a remark her friend Paula adds
to a sketch of George Washington. Marcia is forced to
stay one hour after school every day for a week.
[ 30 ]
J.P. Randolph (to Mike): "Marcia's always been an
excellent student but, well, we do have to preserve
Marcia's classmate at Fillmore Junior High School.
[ 17 ]
and Writers Club
Extracurricular group Molly Webber belongs to at Fillmore Junior High
[ 71 ]
Jan's pseudonym in a letter to the newspaper advice
column Dear Libby.
[ 1 ]
Caterers at Mike and Carol's wedding. "Weddings -
Banquets - Parties" their grey van reads.
[ 0 ]
Kings Island executive who, with Mr. Dempsey, is
scheduled to receive Mike's plans for an addition
to the amusement park.
[ 102 ]
Mr. Remington (to Mike): "I'm sorry, Mr. Brady,
but we do have a plane to catch."
Mike: "Well, I could phone my office and have
copies of the sketches sent in no time at all."
Remington: "I'm afraid that would be too late. See,
we have to make the decision in the morning."
Women's Club member who arranges a press
conference on the steps of city hall in the "Save
Woodland Park" campaign.
[ 47 ]
Greg's classmate who rounds up 14 votes out of 27
students in his class during Greg's campaign for
student body president of Fillmore Junior High School.
[ 13 ]
Street in the Bradys' city where Layton's used
bookstore is located.
[ 24 ]
Street in the Bradys' neighborhood. The Friend in
Need Society is located at Riverton and Eighth Street.
[ 24 ]
Greg's classmate at Fillmore Junior High School.
[ 11 ]
Character in Cindy's school play at Dixie Canyon
[ 5 ]
Little League baseball team Greg, Peter and
Bobby belong to. Greg is No. 1, Peter is No. 7
and Bobby is No. 3.
Mike and Carol's friends.
[ 6 ]
"Romeo and Juliet"
William Shakespeare's 16th-century play about the
doomed love affair of Romeo Montague and Juliet
Capulet. Marcia auditions the role of a nurse in
Fillmore Junior High School's staging of
the classic drama but she is cast instead as Juliet
opposite Harold Axelrod's Romeo. Peter and Jan are
selected to play palace guards. After
Marcia develops an arrogant attitude, the play's
director, Miss Goodwin, casts Marcia's understudy,
Tina, in the role. Marcia ultimately settles for the
role of Juliet's mother, Lady Capulet.
[ 52 ]
Gullible high school student who agrees to purchase
Greg's battered convertible. Greg backs out of the deal and
instead sells it to a junkyard for $50.
[ 53 ]
Room Mr. and Mrs. Manners stay in at Mike and
Carol's honeymoon hotel.
[ 0 ]
Row, Row Your Boat"
Song the Bradys sing on the way to the Grand
[ 49 ]
"Rudiments of Baseball"
Book Carol reads in order to teach
the sport to the boys. Greg is later seen reading it.
Twenty-year-old college student from Farrowville
who sets the world teeter-totter record, just over
124 hours, with 19-year-old Ralph Nelson.
[ 56 ]
Rusty (Stephen Liss)
Greg's campaign manager during his race against
Marcia for student body president of Fillmore
Junior High School. Greg later fires him after he
suggests starting a false rumor to embarrass Marcia.
[ 13 ]
Marcia's slumber party guest who, in a game of
Truth or Dare, refuses to say whether she's been
kissed by Hank Holeman. As her "dare," she's
forced to go upstairs and see what the Brady boys are doing.
[ 30 ]
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