r/OldSchoolCool Oct 01 '22

Greg Brady stoned on the set of The Brady Bunch 1970s

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u/Lazystoner151 Oct 01 '22

Bobby’s class hates him because he’s the hall monitor episode.

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u/In-The-Cloud Oct 01 '22 Silver

Thank you. I got real invested there and needed to know why Bobby's class hates him.

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u/GennyIce420 Oct 02 '22

Pretty legit reason. Makes sense that those kids are in school, they're smart.

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u/J-Love-McLuvin Oct 02 '22

Cindy is such a tattletale.

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u/pezdal Oct 02 '22

a blended family of snitches and narcs

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u/Superdunez Oct 02 '22

Nobody likes a snitch.

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u/GD_Bats Oct 02 '22

AHMAB

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u/justagenericname1 Oct 02 '22

This's the Moby Dick dude, right?

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u/mylesmg Oct 02 '22

He’s gonna get stitches.

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u/hurtadjr193 Oct 01 '22 Silver Helpful Got the W

Greg so high bro tripped pumping air.

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u/Scubasteve1974 Oct 01 '22

Hahahaa! Can't believe they left that in.

Could that have possibly been the best take?

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u/ankha_is_sexy Oct 01 '22

It was the 70s they didn't care.

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u/AgreeableLime7737 Oct 01 '22

The grass in the backyard is green carpet. The Brady Bunch was not a high-budget program.

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u/SwimmingBeneficial93 Oct 01 '22

In the seventies our house had carpeting in the bathrooms.

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u/Heikks Oct 01 '22

The house I live in now had carpet when i bought it a few years ago. I discovered there was tile under the carpet by accident

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u/feministmanlover Oct 02 '22

I was house shopping a few years ago and they had just laid new carpet through the entire place INCLUDING bathrooms. I was like ..You're already laying down new floor, just stop when you get to the bathrooms and lay some tile instead. I really was confused why....

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u/Frank_chevelle Oct 01 '22

Everyone had carpet in their yards in the 70’s.

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u/Pressblack Oct 01 '22

The era of full bush.

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u/lupuscapabilis Oct 01 '22

I mean, it's not like sitcoms today are filled with award winning performances either

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u/ankha_is_sexy Oct 01 '22

No but they're much cleaner.

In the 70s everything was shot on film which cost money for every second it was rolling. If you had to reshoot something, film costs for that scene increase so they just left in stuff like Greg stumbling over the bike pump.

Nowadays everything is digital so it doesn't cost as much to reshoot something.

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u/LoquaciousApotheosis Oct 01 '22

This is why they needed The Colonel’s financing

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u/Hershieboy Oct 01 '22

You made a real film Jack, it really flys.

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u/DjFeltTip Oct 01 '22

I’m a simple man. I like butter in my ….

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u/scooter1979 Oct 02 '22

ass and lollipops in my mouth.

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u/King_Fuckface Oct 02 '22

That’s just me, that’s just something that I enjoy.

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u/eljefino Oct 01 '22

Well The Brady Bunch was filmed as that was part of its antiseptic sugary-sweet production value.

All in the Family was videotaped and set the scene for more grungy 70's styled sitcoms performed in front of live studio audiences, without laugh tracks.

Point stands about retakes.

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u/Kvakkerakk Oct 01 '22

Hell, even That '70s Show (1998–2006) was shot on film.

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u/MeshColour Oct 01 '22

Film was much cheaper by then, cheaper than using the early digital stuff for even tv quality?

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u/obi-jawn-kenobi Oct 02 '22

Shit man, the 2010s didn't care either. Game of Thrones had Starbucks cups and water bottles in the final season.

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u/BitterOldBastard Oct 02 '22

Before home use video tape everything was broadcast thus mistakes were hard to spot and couldn't be easily seen again. There was little reason to care.

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u/FirstAttemptsFailed Oct 01 '22

And that's why Gen-Xers are the way we are.

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u/gobblox38 Oct 01 '22

It's not even that big of an issue. Sure, he tripped, but that sort of thing happens all the time.

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u/FuckTheMods5 Oct 02 '22

Yeah, i like real life shit on tv. Makes it realer lol

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u/scooter1979 Oct 02 '22

Yeah, like your dad simply smiling at you when you say "far out."

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u/clamsmasher Oct 01 '22

They used real film, which costs real money every time they had multiple takes for the same scene. It's not like using digital, there were costs involved back then that aren't really an issue anymore. Sometimes 'good enough' was better than wasting film.

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u/fnordfnordfnordfnord Oct 01 '22

People trip, it's NBD.

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u/grafxguy1 Oct 01 '22

and just plain trippin'!

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u/Karen125 Oct 02 '22

And I'm high watching him.

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u/you_thought_you_knew Oct 01 '22

He was stoned. He's talked about it in at least one interview. That's a stoned stumble.

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u/WarrenMulaney Oct 01 '22

Yeah and it’s in his autobiography.

He was chilling at home thinking he had the day off. He and some friends smoked a jay. Then the studio called that they had rescheduled shooting and he had to come in.

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u/zengineerman Oct 02 '22

Then he pitched a no-hitter on LSD. Wait..what..?

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u/Embryo-Dan Oct 02 '22

Ah Wade Boggs, may he rest in peace.

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u/notrh1no Oct 02 '22

Wade Boggs is very much alive, now boss hoss on the other hand.

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u/ShithouseFootball Oct 02 '22

Wade Boggs eats raw chicken. Said so himself.

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u/HippyWizardry Oct 01 '22

You have to give him a little bit of credit for not wasting tape; for a stoned dude, I thought he saved face pretty well. :)

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u/shmolives Oct 02 '22

Helps that his job was to basically say things he'd remembered way earlier and look happier than normal people

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u/silenc3x Oct 02 '22 edited Oct 02 '22

I can usually tell by how stoned peoples' eyes squint a bit more when they smile. When he says 'far out' it's game over. His eyes are like smiling lmao. If you can maintain a stoic appearance it's easier to fool people. That plus some eye drops and washing your hands/changing your clothes. In high school I would always hop into the shower as my mom got home to try to prevent smelling like weed.

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u/nooshaw Oct 01 '22

He also laughed at the stupid dad joke. Dead give away.

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u/fa9 Oct 01 '22

Is Brady bunch streaming? I wanna watch it tonight while high

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u/ThatSpaceShooterGame Oct 01 '22

You can stream it for free on Pluto TV. If you subscribe to Paramount+ you can also watch it there.

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u/hypnos_surf Oct 02 '22

When Cindy goes, "Wow, a boat!", Greg looked like he was wondering who the fuck said that, lol.

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u/JohnnyNapkins Oct 01 '22

As someone who has operated a floor pump while stoned dozens of times, dude was baked.

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u/AdamBeigeman Oct 02 '22

He didn't look that bad. I've been more stoned that that on the job. I don't operate heavy machinery.

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u/Queenunderthehill Oct 01 '22

That set looks so much the Foreman’s driveway on That 70’s Show.

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u/Bolieve_That Oct 01 '22

It cannot be a coïncidence dude look even the car is almost the same

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u/garytyrrell Oct 01 '22

Almost like that 70s show is a parody or something!

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u/clce Oct 02 '22

does make you kind of wish Mike would call someone a dumbass sooner or later.

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u/Queenunderthehill Oct 01 '22

Right? Same car, same garage, same glass doors into the house.

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u/TempusVincitOmnia Oct 01 '22

In the '70s, this was basically everybody's house.

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u/aknabi Oct 01 '22

Can validate. Long driveway, wood fence on the side. Garage then glass doors going into family room.

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u/Pomodoro_Parmesan Oct 01 '22

It’s a good concept

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u/WREPGB Oct 01 '22

Great design that fits any purpose, whether it be a family home, gas station convenience store, burger joint, fitness gym, anything!

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u/wager_this Oct 01 '22

Reference to the 1995 Brady Bunch movie where Mike designs various commercial bldgs that resemble their home?

Still laugh about that….

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u/jesseberdinka Oct 01 '22

Just realized more time has passed since that film than from film to the original TV show.

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u/Merky600 Oct 01 '22

Commenter not kidding. I was there, Man.

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u/Naught2day Oct 01 '22

Same color but the '70's show car was a Vista Cruiser.

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u/eljefino Oct 01 '22

Bradys were a Mopar household.

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u/DeadHuron Oct 01 '22

Didn’t we see the Bradys with a convertible once? Don’t remember the make.

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u/eljefino Oct 01 '22

The cars are "promotional consideration" mentioned in the end credits. Rarely are they a plot device. Nearly always they are top-of-the-line brand new models with the maker hoping viewers see them on-screen then buy them. Mr. Brady could indeed drive a convertible but not ever bother taking the entire family out in it.

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u/DeadHuron Oct 01 '22

Yep, I remember seeing those “promotional consideration” messages. As a kid that message meant nothing. Now as an adult when I see some repeat of an old ‘70s show I practically drool when I see a great looking Camaro or even a jacked up Nova.

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u/Mds_02 Oct 01 '22

Same plot point of husband bringing home a surprise boat.

edit: if my wife ever came home with a boat, that’d be the best thing that ever happened to me.

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u/redlion496 Oct 01 '22

Yep. The best day of a man's life is when he gets a boat, the worst day is every day after that.

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u/round-disk Oct 01 '22

Except for the day he sells it. That's the second-best of his days.

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u/stufforstuff Oct 01 '22

Bringing home a dinky rowboat for a family of eight - what a great guy.

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u/devynbf Oct 01 '22

Kinda reminds me of when I was 5 years old with 3 other siblings. One time my dad had the bright idea of taking the family mini van to a used car lot, came home with a big ass 2 door pickup truck like he made some kind of accomplishment. Mom was furious made him turn straight around and undo it.

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u/hellraisinhardass Oct 02 '22

🙋‍♂️. I brought home a suprise boat, the wife did not share your enthusiasm. I'm straight, and I suppose you are too, but maybe we should just marry each other and buy each other boats...I feel like my suprise boat buying would be better appreciated in that situation.

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u/brad2005rng Oct 01 '22

You can literally cruise the vistas!

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u/asamulya Oct 01 '22

That episode was hilarious.

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u/Strong_Sound_7407 Oct 02 '22

My favourite, by far.

“His name was Peter… Peter Cottontail… HIPPITY HOPPITY HIPPITY HOPPITY EEEEASTERS ON ITS WAAAY!”

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u/fastermouse Oct 01 '22

That's exactly why That 70s Show used that set.

It's a parody of a 70s show.

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u/GuyTheyreTalkngAbout Oct 01 '22

Makes you wonder what people thought it was.

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u/redditnathaniel Oct 01 '22

I thought it was about an 80s show :)

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u/6dnd6guy6 Oct 02 '22

that 80's show?

the show was funny, but came out way to soon. they should have waited 10 years.

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u/clunkey_monkey Oct 02 '22

Yea, the show Glenn Howerton is so famous for.

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u/Smudgicul Oct 01 '22

I imagine it was intentional as a reference to the Brady Bunch. The characters, especially Kitty, also mention the show and talk about watching it several times.

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u/PurpleDreamer28 Oct 01 '22

I was actually just thinking there was an episode where Red bought a canoe, and it was on top of his car. Except in that case, he was drunk when he bought it.

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u/Queenunderthehill Oct 01 '22

Stop reading my mind!

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u/Terrible-Border6885 Oct 01 '22

70s show did that intentionally

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u/CasualEveryday Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

It always cracks me up to see people reference that 70s show when watching actual 70s TV like it's some crazy coincidence...

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u/Cheshire_Jester Oct 01 '22

Exactly my thoughts. Basketball hoop wasn’t over the garage but this was definitely intentional

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u/Civil_Knowledge7340 Oct 01 '22

It's almost as if both shows were set in a similar time period where things looked pretty similar

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u/CommissionerGordon12 Oct 01 '22

Ranch style as far as the eye can see

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u/Saydegirl Oct 01 '22

Remember the episode of X-files, where bud Bundy and his friend broke into a house that was the same inside as the Brady bunch house.

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u/Cheshire_Jester Oct 01 '22

It’s almost as if one show copied the aesthetics of the other as an homage.

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u/AgreeableLime7737 Oct 01 '22

Can't believe I had to scroll down this far to find this.

Yes, they lifted it.

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u/PierreSully Oct 01 '22

I feel like I'm taking crazy pills

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u/Civil_Knowledge7340 Oct 01 '22

Heresay Holmes, twas a home homage, homey

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u/ZapatillaLoca Oct 01 '22

I'm guessing that was the point?

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u/DirteeCanuck Oct 01 '22

“When My Time Comes, I Want To Be Buried Face Down, So That Anybody That Doesn't Like Me Can Kiss My Ass.”

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u/ManuelArafat Oct 01 '22

Right? And I'm pretty sure they had the same scene too

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u/allisawesome7777 Oct 01 '22

I came here to say that i thought it was eric at first

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u/Least_or_Greatest1 Oct 01 '22

Every one was stoned in the 70s

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u/schniffinschneef Oct 01 '22

But....what happened to Bobby? I need answers....

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u/posobY21 Oct 01 '22

he was hall monitor

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u/_perl_ Oct 02 '22

Ohh is this the one where they call him Benedict Arnold because he's so hardcore in the hall? I fucking love the Brady Bunch.

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u/bobsnopes Oct 02 '22

Naw, that’s the one when he plays Benedict Arnold in the school play and everybody gives him shit for being a traitor. Like, how fucking stupid are these kids…

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u/ConstantReader76 Oct 02 '22

Peter played Benedict Arnold. So it was high school kids being that stupid.

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u/RobertCRNA Oct 01 '22

It seemed like when Cindy said “wow a boat!”, he looked at the boat first, like he thought the voice came from the boat. Like he knew that wasn’t possible, but he still wanted to check…

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u/guitar-ass Oct 01 '22

He was like, hey now boats don’t talk

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u/piscian19 Oct 01 '22

They aint no rat!

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u/CircleToShoot Oct 01 '22

That or he’d already forgotten all about the boat. He hears ‘hey, a boat’, and has a little moment of going ‘oh shit, yeah a boat’. Then he loses interest again.

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u/RobertCRNA Oct 01 '22

Yeah I’ve been there

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u/JetPuffedDo Oct 01 '22

Bro you nailed it

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u/bokchoysoyboy Oct 01 '22

Lmfao I watched it again and he was so stuck on what carol said that he did a snap back to semi reality with that part. Hilarious way of describing it man I think I’ve actually been there

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u/Smooth-Dig2250 Oct 02 '22

So many little nuances there give it away - when his sister is explaining Bobby's situation, he just stares at the parents, you can see the little head twitch where he's like "oh, right, i should be looking at the person speaking... but I haven't been, so I guess it'd be weird to change... yeah, better just keeping staring at Dad"

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u/fishred Oct 02 '22

lol -- yeah, that's a perfect description. And then the way his whole head follows her as she comes up next to him, and his expression sort of changes like he's surprised to see her beside him even though he watched her walk the whole way.

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u/Crunchyfrozenoj Oct 02 '22

I’m so glad you pointed this out. I can’t stop laughing.

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u/spaceradio_rec Oct 02 '22

I took a second look; goddamn i howled

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u/Treestyles Oct 01 '22

Is their lawn made of green cement?

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u/jonasthewicked Oct 01 '22

Lol yeah I’ve always wondered why that is

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u/Corte-Real Oct 01 '22

Grass doesn’t grow inside a studio building.

This wasn’t an actual house, but a studio set.

There is an actual house that was used for the street view shot, but it did not match the layout.

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u/jonasthewicked Oct 01 '22

Makes sense but you’d think they would have used sod or something. It was filmed back in the day tho, maybe paying for chunks of sod was too expensive for their budget plus having to pay someone to take care of it throughout the years the show was on.

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u/AangAndTheFireLord Oct 01 '22

When you’re watching the show on a 240p television it’s probably hard to tell honestly.

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u/Wahoocity Oct 01 '22

We watched it in black and white and you couldn’t tell at all.

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u/pwrof3 Oct 01 '22

I remember in the early 80s one house in my neighborhood had cement painted green to look like grass. I think it was an actual thing for a while in the 70s.

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u/Gumburcules Oct 01 '22

I live in the hood and many of my neighbors still have cement painted green to look like grass.

Also astroturf stoops. And not that nice stuff playing fields are made of, the plastic carpet cheap mini golf places use.

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u/MrNickNifty Oct 02 '22

My neighbor just said fuck the theatrics and rock bedded his whole yard. Looks hideous but man there are days when I wouldn’t mind not having to mow

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u/grimmyappleseed Oct 01 '22

Wow you can even hear him hitting a bong in the beginning

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u/NiceCrispyMusic Oct 01 '22

That was actually Cindy hitting the crack pipe. By the end of season 3. She couldn’t do her scenes without it.

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u/xalabamawhitman Oct 01 '22

Didn’t realize how much that 70’s show parodied Brady bunch haha

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u/dolphinmilker Oct 02 '22

I thought it was that 70’s show when the clip started.

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u/himewilly Oct 01 '22

Stoners know stoners

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u/Bluecattrading Oct 01 '22

Hence Johnny Bravo was born!!!

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u/laynestaley67 Oct 01 '22

Ha ha! How could I forget his genius lyrics. Clowns never laughed before, beanstalks never grew.. ponies never ran before.

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u/WarrenMulaney Oct 01 '22

…til I met you

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u/Bluecattrading Oct 01 '22

LOL!!! Yep, Greg was ahead of his time, Until the family trip to Hawaii!! 🏄🏾‍♂️

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u/stomach Oct 01 '22

the best part is he got excited again when cindy came in and noticed it lol

he did a little double take away from her entrance like 'we have a boat!? [oh right - the one we've been talking about]...''

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u/jackwhite886 Oct 01 '22

“Wow a boat!”

“Woah… you can talk?! Oh, it’s Cindy.”

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u/nooshaw Oct 01 '22

Why is Greg's T-shirt tucked-in when he turns to untie the boat?

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u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

For sex appeal.

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u/Sawyersauceboss Oct 01 '22

It was tucked in at the back for the whole scene, surprised they didn't notice it unless they just didn't care

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u/Head-like-a-carp Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

Though it was never a ratings hit or a critical success during its original run, the program has since become a popular syndicated staple, especially among children and teenage viewers.The Brady Bunch's success in syndication led to several television reunion films and spin-off series: The Brady Bunch Hour (1976–77), The Brady Girls Get Married (1981), The Brady Brides (1981), A Very Brady Christmas (1988), and The Bradys (1990). In 1995, the series was adapted into a satirical comedy theatrical film titled The Brady Bunch Movie, followed by A Very Brady Sequel in 1996. A second sequel, The Brady Bunch in the White House, aired on Fox in November 2002 as a made-for-television film.

Fun fact: The show was at one point early on was called The Brady Brood

Fun fact Two: The actress who played Jan Brady In 2016, she sold the Malibu home that she had purchased at the age of 11 in 1969.[13] She bought the 1950s beach bungalow for $55,000 and sold it for $3.9 million.

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u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

the program has since become a popular syndicated staple, especially among children and teenage viewers.

That is, people who are stuck at home with nothing else to watch when there were minimal TV channels and every other channel had absolute shit like "Family Affair" or "Green Acres" or soap operas.

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u/Vanman04 Oct 01 '22

Green acres is awesome Dahling. No idea what you are talking about here.

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u/SheBrokeHerCoccyx Oct 01 '22

It’s the place to be.

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u/peter_gibbones Oct 01 '22

Faaarm living is the life for me!

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u/wonkavision73 Oct 01 '22

And then the dreaded Soaps would come on and it was depression city until the parents came home.

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u/Enrico_PaIIazo Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

I will not stand for this anti-Green Acres blasphemy.

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u/Significant-Sink7030 Oct 01 '22

It was never a ratings hit?

Wasn't it one of the biggest pop culture staples on television of the decade? You said it spawned a ton of spin-offs and an actress bought a house when she was 11.

How was it not a ratings hit?

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u/shortordercook Oct 02 '22

When it first aired it wasn't but during syndication it was more popular.

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u/anythingaustin Oct 02 '22

It still amazes me how they managed to fit 3 adults, 6 kids, and a 60lb dog in the station wagon along with all their camping supplies to visit the Grand Canyon.

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u/CaineRexEverything Oct 01 '22

Lol at the sound effect dubbed over the very start

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u/Obsidian_monkey Oct 01 '22

And the honks as he's checking the tires

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u/oldcolon Oct 01 '22

That 70’s show is REFERENCING “the Brady bunch”

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u/Staggerme Oct 01 '22

I was born 1970. You better believe I watched the hell out of Brady Bunch when it was on. Loved that show

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u/Double_Difficulty538 Oct 01 '22

I'm pretty baked. And I would like that boat

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u/NiNj4_C0W5L4Pr Oct 01 '22

Oh, great. Now I wanna know why Bobby's class hates him.

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u/damageddude Oct 01 '22

Safety monitor episode?

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u/grafxguy1 Oct 01 '22

Notice how he looks to his left when he hears Cindy say "a boat!"...LOL! it's like, dude, she's actually um behind you. He looks totally baked there.

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u/roadfood Oct 01 '22

What did they call that weird mullet like hairdo on Carol?

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u/coldcomfort Oct 01 '22

As a kid, I remember it being called a gypsy shag.

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u/YourFavoriteSausage Oct 01 '22

That's also my drag name!!!

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u/lay_tze Oct 01 '22

Meanwhile Bobby’s coming down from his ride on the H train.

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u/copper8061 Oct 02 '22

Graduated in '79. One of the biggest stoners in our class ended up being a college professor. He was brilliant.

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u/Low-Leg-7430 Oct 02 '22

All i see is the same set of That 70’s Show! Bobs about to walk over with his problems

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u/amitrion Oct 01 '22

Man, I'm digging those 70s clothes

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u/BigBlackSabbathFlag Oct 01 '22

I had to use Visine to camouflage my highness, wonder if they did the same in early 70s 🤷🏼‍♂️

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u/edmanet Oct 01 '22

Barry Williams used to travel around doing karaoke. A buddy convinced to me to go see it when he came to a local bar. The bar didn’t even have a stage and didn’t have a regular karaoke night.

The guy was 60 with dyed hair and people were calling him Greg and laughing. The crowd was really rude. It was really sad. I felt sorry for him.

I kind of wish Quentin Tarantino would cast that guy in a movie.

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u/Kitty_gangv2 Oct 02 '22

Anyone around the age of 28 remember watching this as a child on tv land lol?

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u/Airdair_1 Oct 01 '22

Greg had the nicest nipples.

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u/FromageMoi Oct 01 '22

Wait... What happend to bobby??

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u/grafxguy1 Oct 01 '22

Here's a story of a stoned Greg Brady,
who was smoking up and higher than a kite
He tripped over his bike pump, like his brother,
Ate some chips and had a Sprite....

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u/Sgtfridge Oct 01 '22

If this is the station wagon that was replaced after one season then it’s the one my grandparents bought. My dad drove this car in high school.

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u/baaaze Oct 01 '22

I'm not following. How do you know he was stoned?

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u/jcmck0320 Oct 01 '22

Greg looking over his left shoulder when he heard Cindy is my favorite part. 0:36

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u/AonArts Oct 01 '22

Far out

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u/vinnizrej Oct 02 '22

But wait why does Bobby’s whole class hate him?

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u/Astraeus-Bearson Oct 02 '22

The clothes are pure 70's. Like it or not, its a piece of being a kid back then. In his book Barry talks about being stoned on set.

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u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

Loved the Brady Bunch. My after School viewing treat when I was a kid. The Partridge Family came on right after

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u/Theamazingchan Oct 01 '22

Barry W getting a little taste of the Compton Kush?

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u/littlelostless Oct 01 '22

What was Bobby’s problem? It’s killing me not knowing

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u/TheUnknownNut22 Oct 01 '22

I wonder what it would be like to watch every Brady Bunch show completely stoned.

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u/Wohholyhell Oct 02 '22

Wasn't there something about he and Florence Henderson having a fling while filming?

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u/Beastabuelos Oct 02 '22

How do you know he's stoned? He seems normal

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u/ohnoitsliz Oct 02 '22

✋🏻 Born in early 1960’s here. My siblings and I LIVED for Friday nights on ABC:
8:00 - The Brady Bunch 8:30 - The Partridge Family 9:00 - Room 222 9:30 - The Odd Couple

If we were really good, and our parents were in a good mood, we could stay up and watch Love, American Style at 10:00.

Ah, memories.

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u/NickTesla2018 Oct 01 '22

Bobby's going upstairs to choke the chicken. Marsha! Marsha! Marsha!

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