CTVA US Comedy - "The Brady Bunch" (Paramount/ABC) Season 4 (1972-73)

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Starring Florence Henderson (as Carol Brady) & Robert Reed (as Mike Brady)
Season 4 (ABC) (1972-73)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
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TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
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ABC Fridays 8:00-8:30pm Eastern (23 episodes)

4.1 [--] The Brady Bunch: Hawaii Bound: (1/3)
September 22, 1972
Guest Star:
Don Ho ..... himself
In Part 1 of a three-part adventure, the Bradys head to Hawaii, where Bobby locates a testy tiki idol.

4.2 [--] The Brady Bunch: Pass the Tabu: (2/3)
September 29, 1972
In Part 2 of the three-part Hawaiian trip, Bobby's bad-luck tiki takes Greg down while surfing in one of the show's
classic scenes.

4.3 [--] The Brady Bunch: The Tiki Caves: (3/3)
October 6, 1972
The three-part Hawaiian holiday concludes with Vincent Price as a kooky archeologist who traps the boys in a cave
to keep them from stealing his far-out find.

4.4 [--] The Brady Bunch: Today I Am a Freshman
October 13, 1972
Greg tries to boost Marcia's spirits and her social standing after she makes a mess of her first day of high school.

4.5 [--] The Brady Bunch: Cyrano De Brady
October 20, 1972
Greg recruits Marcia to play his "other woman" after the girl he was supposed to help Peter land falls for him.

4.6 [--] The Brady Bunch: Fright Night
October 27, 1972
Ghosts haunt the house as the kids set out to spook each other in a frightfest that ends tragically for Carol's
award-winning sculpture of Mike's head.

4.7 [--] The Brady Bunch: The Show Must Go On
November 3, 1972
After Marcia talks Carol into performing in the school's Family Frolics talent show, Greg gets Mike in on it, too.
And what they come up with brings down the house. The man with the accordion is Frank DeVol, composer of the show's
classic theme song.

4.8 [--] The Brady Bunch: Jan, the Only Child
November 10, 1972
Tired of sharing everything, Jan wishes to be only child, so the kids give her what she wants and cut her out of
Brady family fun. But when the middle miss gets their drift, she quickly rejoins the fold in time for a big hoedown.

4.9 [--] The Brady Bunch: Career Fever
November 17, 1972
Greg's term paper has Mike thinking that his son wants to grow up to be an architect which he doesn't.

4.10 [--] The Brady Bunch: Goodbye, Alice, Hello
November 24, 1972
The kids turn against Alice for being a snitch, so she says bye-bye to the Bradys, only to be replaced by a morose
maid who fails to fill Alice's sensible shoes.

4.11 [--] The Brady Bunch: Greg's Triangle
December 8, 1972
Rita Wilson appears in this episode as Greg is tapped to elect the new head cheerleader. His choices: Marcia or his
girlfriend (Tanis Montgomery).

4.12 [--] The Brady Bunch: Everybody Can't Be George
December 22, 1972
Peter opts to turn his back on acting after he's cast as Benedict Arnold in the school play.

4.13 [--] The Brady Bunch: Love and the Older Man:
January 5, 1973
A magazine column's tips for landing an older man are put to the test when Marcia falls for the family's very married
dentist (Don Reid).

4.14 [--] The Brady Bunch: Law and Disorder
January 12, 1973
Bobby's too big for his badges as the new hall monitor in town, until he has to bend the rules to save a cat from
an abandoned building.

4.15 [--] The Brady Bunch: Greg Gets Grounded
January 19, 1973
Parental discipline is cramping Greg's style: he's just been grounded.

4.16 [--] The Brady Bunch: Amateur Night
January 26, 1973
The kids appear on TV to earn money for their parents' anniversary gift.

4.17 [--] The Brady Bunch: Bobby's Hero
February 2, 1973
Mike corrals a relative of one of Jesse James' victims to talk to Bobby about his violent new idol in an unsettling
episode that ends with a dream sequence about a Brady slaughter.

4.18 [--] The Brady Bunch: The Subject was Noses
February 9, 1973
Marcia has her comeuppance when she breaks a date in order to go out with the high-school heartthrob.

4.19 [--] The Brady Bunch: How to Succeed in Business
February 23, 1973
Elation precedes deflation for Peter as he wins, then loses, his first job.

4.20 [--] The Brady Bunch: The Great Earring Caper
March 2, 1973
A detective yarn about a search for Mom's earrings.

4.21 [--] The Brady Bunch: You're Never Too Old
March 9, 1973
An exercise in matchmaking as Florence Henderson and Robert Reed play additional roles: great-grandmother Hutchins and
great-grandfather Brady.

4.22 [--] The Brady Bunch: You Can't Win Them All
March 16, 1973
"Baton Rouge" escapes snotty Cindy after she wins a spot on Quiz the Kids over Bobby, whose own ego ruined his shot on
the show.

4.23 [--] The Brady Bunch: Room at the Top
March 23, 1973
Greg and Marcia both want the attic for a bedroom 

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