Brady Timeline

B.B.
(Before Brady)

November 14, 1916  - Sherwood Schwartz born in Passaic, New Jersey.

May 5, 1926 - Ann B. Davis born in Schenectady, New York.

October 19, 1932 - John Robert Rietz, better known as Robert Reed born in Highland Park, Illinois.

February 14, 1934 - Florence Henderson born in Dale, Indiana.

1947 - Brady Bunch producer Lloyd Schwartz, son of Sherwood Schwartz born.

June 25, 1952 - Florence Henderson makes her Broadway debut in "Wish You Were Here."

1954 - Robert Reed leaves Northwestern University just shy of graduating.

September 30, 1954 - Barry Williams born in Santa Monica, California.

January 1955 - Ann B. Davis is cast in "Love That Bob."

1955 - Robert Reed studies at the Royal Academy in England.  

January 9, 1956 - Florence Henderson marries theatrical producer Ira Bernstein.

August 5, 1956 - Maureen Denise McCormick born in Encino, California.

1956 - 1959 - Ann B. Davis nominated for four Emmy awards for her role as "Schultzy" on "The Bob Cummings Show."

November 7, 1957 - Christopher Knight born in New York City area.

April 29, 1958 - Eve Plumb born in Burbank, California.

1957 - Robert Reed marries fellow Northwestern student Marilyn Rosenberg.

1958 - Carolyn Rietz, daugther of Robert Reed born.

1959 - Robert Reed and Marilyn Rosenberg divorce.

December 19, 1960 - Mike Lookinland born in Mount Pleasant, Utah.

August 14, 1961 - Susan Olsen born in Santa Monica, California.

September 16, 1961 - Robert Reed debuts on "The Defenders."

1964 - Sherwood Schwartz creates "Gilligan's Island."[Image]

August 10-22, 1964 - Maureen McCormick plays as Suzie in "Wind It Up and It Breaks" at LaJolla Playhouse with Mike Connors and Jack Weston.

December 31, 1964 - Maureen McCormick plays "Little Witch Number One" on "Bewitched."

October 28, 1965 - Maureen McCormick plays "Young Endora" in "Bewitched."

September 26, 1969 - The Brady Bunch premieres on ABC.  

October 3, 1969 - #1 Dear Libby premieres.
October 10, 1969 - #5 "Eenie, Meenie, Mommy, Daddy" premieres.
October 17, 1969 - #6 "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" premieres.

October 1969 -The original "Tiger" gets run over by a car. 

October 24, 1969 #4 "Katchoo" premieres.
October 31, 1969 - #2 "A Clubhouse is not a Home" premieres.
November 7, 1969 - #3 "Kitty Karry-All is Missing" premieres.
November 14, 1969 - #12 "A Camping We Will Go" premieres.
November 21, 1969 - #9 "Sorry, Right Number" premieres.
December 5, 1969 - #14 "Every Boy Does It Once" premieres.
December 12, 1969 - #13 "Vote for Brady" premieres.
December 19, 1969 - #15 "The Voice of Christmas" premieres.

January 7, 1970 - #7 "Father of the Year" premieres.
January 9, 1970 - #11 "54-40 and Fight" premieres.
January 16, 1970 - #16 "Mike's Horror-Scope" premieres.
January 23, 1970 - #17 "The Undergraduate" premieres.
January 30, 1970 #19 "Tiger, Tiger" premieres.

February 1970 - The Brady Bunch comic book issued by Dell Publishing.

February 6, 1970 - #21 "The Big Sprain" premieres.
February 13, 1970 - #20 "Brace Yourself" premieres.
February 20, 1970 - #22 "The Hero" premieres.
February 27, 1970 - #24 "The Possible Dream" premieres.
March 6, 1970 - #18 "To Move or not to Move" premieres.
March 13, 1970 - #8 "The Grass is Always Greener" premieres.
March 20, 1970 - #23 "Lost Locket, Found Locket" premieres.

April 4, 1970 - "The Brady Bunch" is on the cover of "TV Guide."

June 1970 - Barry Williams and Florence Henderson go out on their infamous "date."

September 25, 1970 - #26 "The Dropout" premieres.
October 2, 1970 - #27 "The Babysitters" premieres.
October 9, 1970 - #30 "The Slumber Caper" premieres.
October 16, 1970 - #28 "The Un-Underground Movie" premieres.
October 23, 1970 - #25 "Going, Going…Steady" premieres.
October 30, 1970 - #33 "Call me Irresponsible" premieres.
November 6, 1970 - #28 "The Treasure of Sierra Avenue" premieres.
November 13, 1970 - #35 "A Fistful of Reasons" premieres.
November 20, 1970 #38 "The Not So Ugly Duckling" premieres"
December 4, 1970 - #32 "The Tattletale" premieres.
December 11, 1970 - #36 "What Goes Up" premieres.

December 19, 1970 - "The Brady Kids" appear on "American Bandstand" with Dick Clark.

December 18, 1970 - #31 "Confessions, Confessions" premieres.
December 26, 1970 - #10 "Is There a Doctor in the House" premieres.


January 1, 1971 - #34 "The Impractical Joker" premieres.
January 8, 1971 - #41 "Where There's Smoke" premieres.
January 15, 1971 - #42 "Will the Real Jan Brady" premieres.
January 22, 1971 -#40 "The Drummer Boy" premieres.
January 29, 1971 - #37 "Coming Out Party" premieres.
February 5, 1971 - #43 "Our Son, the Man" premieres
February 12, 1971 - #The Liberation of Marcia Brady" premieres.
February 19, 1971 - #45 "Lights Out" premieres.
February 26, 1971 - #46 "The Winner" premieres (Robert Reed's directorial debut).
March 5, 1971 - #47 "Double Parked" premieres.
March 12, 1971 - #48 "Alice's September Song" premieres.
March 26, 1971 - #38 "Tell It Like It Is" premieres.
September 17, 1971 - #49 "Ghost Town USA" premieres.
September 24, 1971 - #50 "Grand Canyon or Bust" premieres.
October 10, 1971 - #51 "The Brady Braves" premieres.
October 8, 1971 - #53 "The Wheeler Dealer" premieres.
October 15, 1971 - #57 "My Sister Benedict Arnold" premieres.
October 22, 1971 - #54 "The Personality Kid" premieres.
October 29, 1971 #52 "Juliet is the Sun" premieres.
November 5, 1971 - #59 "And Now a Word from Our Sponsor" premieres.
November 12, 1971 - #58 "The Private Ear" premieres.
November 19, 1971 - #55 "Her Sister's Shadow" premieres.
November 26, 1971 - #60 "Click" premieres.
December 10, 1971 - #63 "Getting Davy Jones" premieres.
December 24, 1971 "The Not So Rose Colored Glasses" premieres.

Christmas 1971 - Robert Reed gives each Brady kid a Super 8 camera for Christmas.  Much of the footage would eventually be used in the 1995 special "Brady Bunch Home Movies."

December 31, 1971 - #56 "The Teeter Totter Caper" premieres.

Christmas 1971 - "Merry Christmas from the Brady Bunch" album released.


January 7, 1972 - #62 "Little Big Man" premieres.

1972 - "Meet the Brady Bunch" album released.

1972 - "The Kids from the Brady Bunch" album released.

January 14, 1972 - #64 "Dough Re Mi" premieres.
January 21, 1972 #66 "Jan's Aunt Jenny" premieres.
January 28, 1972 - #65 "The Big Bet" premieres.
February 4, 1972 - #68 "The Power of the Press" premieres.
February 11, 1972 - #69 "Sergeant Emma" premieres.
February 18, 1972 - #67 "Cindy Brady, Lady" premieres.
March 3, 1972 -  #71 "My Fair Opponent" premieres.
March 10, 1972 - #70 "The Fender Benders" premieres.

Summer of 1972 - "The Brady Kids" singing group makes its debut at the San Bernadino Orange Show to a crowd of 8,000 people. 

September 9, 1972 - The Brady Kids premieres.
September 22, 1972 -  #72 "Hawaii Bound" premieres.
September 29, 1972 - #73 "Pass the Tabu" premieres.

September 30, 1972 - Robert Reed treats the Brady kids to a cruise on the QE2.   

October 6, 1972 - #74 "The Tiki Caves" premieres.
October 13, 1972 #75 "Today I Am a Freshman" premieres.
October 20, 1972 - #76 "Cyrano De Brady" premieres.
October 27, 1972 #77 "Fright Night" premieres.
November 3, 1972 - #81 "The Show Must Go On??" premieres.
November 11, 1972 -  #80 "Jan the Only Child" premieres.
November 17, 1972 - #78 "Career Fever" premieres.
November 24, 1972 - #83 "Goodbye, Alice, Hello" premieres.
December 8, 1972 - #86 Greg's Triangle premieres.
December 22, 1972 - #85 "Everyone Can't Be George Washington" premieres.


January 5, 1973 - #84 "Love and the Older Man" premieres.

1973 - "The Brady Bunch Photographic Album" released.

1973 - "Chris Knight and Maureen McCormick" album released

January 12, 1973 - #79 "Law and Disorder" premieres.
January 19, 1973 - #89 "Greg Gets Grounded" premieres.
January 26, 1973 - #92 "Amateur Night" premieres.
February 9, 1973 - #90 "The Subject Was Noses" premieres.
February 23, 1973 - #91 "How to Succeed in Business?" premieres.
March 2, 1973 - #88 "The Great Earring Caper" premieres.
March 9, 1973 - #93 "You're Never Too Old" premieres.
March 16, 1973 - #82 "You Can't Win 'Em All" premieres.
March 23, 1973 - #94 "A Room at the Top" premieres
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September 1973 - "The Brady Bunch" begins in syndication.

September 14, 1973 - #98 "Adios, Johnny Bravo" premieres.
September 21, 1973 - #96 "Mail Order Hero" premieres.
September 28, 1973 - #95 "Snow White and the Seven Bradys" premieres.
October 5,  1973 - #99 "Never Too Young" premieres.
October 12,  1973 #100 "Peter and the Wolf" premieres.
October 19, 1973 - #101 "Getting Greg's Goat" premieres.
October 26, 1973 - #104 "Marcia Gets Creamed" premieres.
November 2, 1973 - #105 "My Brother's Keeper" premieres.
November 9, 1973 - #103 "Quarterback Sneak" premieres.
November 16, 1973 - #106 "Try, Try Again" premieres.
November 23, 1973 - #102 "The Cincinnati Kids" premieres.
December 7, 1973 - #97 "The Elopement" premieres.
December 21, 1973 - #109 "Miss Popularity" premieres.


January 4, 1974 -  #107 "Kelly's Kids" premieres.
January 11, 1974 - #108 "The Driver's Seat" premieres.
January 18, 1974 - #110 "Out of this World" premieres.
January 25, 1974 - #112 "Welcome Aboard" premieres.
February 8, 1974 - #111 "Two Petes in a Pod" premieres.
February 15, 1974 - #115 "Top Secret" premieres.
February 22, 1974 - #113 "The Snooperstar" premieres.
March 1, 1974 - #114 "The Hustler" premieres.
March 8, 1974 - #116 "The Hair Brained Scheme" premieres.


August 30, 1974 - Final "Brady Bunch" airs in primetime on ABC.

A.B.
(After Brady)

August 31, 1974 - Final "Brady Kids" airs on ABC.


1975 - Florence Henderson becomes spokesperson for Wesson Oil. 

September 8, 1975 - Robert Reed plays a transsexual on "Medical Center." Part 1 of 2.

September 15, 1975 - Robert Reed plays a transsexual on "Medical Center." Part 2 of 2.

January 1976 - Ann B. Davis joins Episcopal community led by Rev. William C. Frey and moves to Denver, Colorado.

September 27, 1976 - Eve Plumb stars in the made for television movie "Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway."

November 12, 1976 - Robert Reed plays John Travolta's father in the made for television movie "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble. "

January 23, 1977 - "The Brady Bunch Hour" premieres with Farrah Fawcett Majors, Lee Majors, Rip Taylor, and Kaptain Kool and the Kongs.

January 23-30, 1977 - Robert Reed appears in the mini-series "Roots" on ABC.  Reed is nominated for an Emmy.

February 27, 1977 - The Brady Bunch Hour #2 with Milton Berle, Tina Turner and Collette the Puppets.

March 4, 1977 - "The Brady Bunch Hour #3" with Vincent Price, H.R. Pufnstuf and Kiki Bird.

April 4, 1977 - The Brady Bunch Hour #4 with Redd Foxx, Robert Hegyes, and The Ohio Players.

April 25, 1977 - The Brady Bunch Hour #5 with Rick Dees, and the "What's Happening" Kids.

May 25, 1977 - The Brady Bunch Hour #6 with Paul Williams, Lynn Anderson, and Rip Taylor.

1977 - Barry Williams stars in touring production of "Pippin."  

October 2-3, 1978 - Eve Plumb stars in NBC television movie "Little Women."

February 8 - March 8, 1979 - Eve Plumb stars in the NBC series "Little Women."

1979 - Eve Plumb marries Rick Mansfield, lighting technician from "Little Women."

1979 - Maureen McCormick appears in the movie "Skatetown USA."

1981 - Florence Henderson and Ira Bernstein divorce after 25 years of marriage. 

February 6, 1981 - "The Brady Girls Get Married" made for television movie airs on NBC.

February 13, 1981 - "The Brady Girls Get Married" #2.

February 20, 1981 - "The Brady Girls Get Married" #3.

March 6, 1981 - "The Brady Brides" series premieres with Maureen McCormick, Eve Plumb, Jerry Houser, and Ronald Kuhlman.

March 13, 1981 - "The Brady Brides" #2.

March 27, 1981 - "The Brady Brides" #3.

April 3, 1981 - "The Brady Brides" #4.

April 10, 1981 - "The Brady Brides" #5.

April 17, 1981 - The final "Brady Brides" airs.

1981 - Eve Plumb and Rick Mansfield divorce.

1982 - Florence Henderson hires Dr. John Kappas to help her overcome her fear of flying and a bout of stage fright that she developed post-Brady.  They get married in 1987.

March 16, 1985 - Maureen McCormick marries actor Michael Cummings.

October 1985 - Florence Henderson debuts as host of "Country Kitchen" on TNN.

October 1986 - "The Brady Bunch" debuts on Superstation TBS.  It airs on the network for the next 12 years.

August 4, 1987 - Florence Henderson marries hypnotherapist, Dr. John Kappas.

May 1988 - Mike Lookinland gets married (Kelly).

August 1988 - Susan Olsen marries artist Steven Ventimiglia.

1988 - Susan Olsen's Glow All-Stars prints for Converse sneakers hits stores.

1988 - MTV's "Remote Control" salutes Susan Olsen.

October 1988 - Barry Williams stars in the Broadway musical "Romance, Romance."

December 14, 1988 - Eve Plumb appears in the film "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka."

December 18, 1988 - "A Very Brady Christmas" air on CBS.  It is the 2nd highest rated show of the broadcast week.

January 14, 1989 - Barry Williams' final performance in "Romance, Romance" on Broadway.

February 5, 1989 - The NBC series "Day by Day" airs in "Bradyvision" with Florence Henderson, Ann B. Davis, Robert Reed, Maureen McCormick, Christopher Knight and Mike Lookinland.  Series star C.B.Barnes would later go on to play Greg Brady in the Brady Bunch movies.

May 19, 1989 - Natalie Michelle Cummings, born to Maureen McCormick and Michael Cummings in Cedar Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.

September 23, 1989 - Barry Williams, Eve Plumb, and Susan Olsen compete on MTV's "Remote Control."

December 22, 1989 - "A Very Brady Christmas" airs on CBS.

1989 - Christopher Knight gets married (Julie), an office manager for a law firm.

1990 - Ann B. Davis moves to Ambridge, PA with the Rev. William Frey and his wife.

1990 - Susan Olsen and Mike Lookinland appear on "The Howard Stern Show" on WWOR.  

1990 or 1991 - Susan Olsen and Steven Ventimiglia divorce after two years of marriage.

1990 - Scott Lookinland born, son of Mike and Kelly Lookinland.

February 9, 1990 - "The Bradys" two hour movie premieres.

February 16, 1990  - "The Bradys" - "A Moving Experience" #2.

February 23, 1990 - "The Bradys,"-  "Hat in the Ring" #3.

March 2, 1990 - "The Bradys," "Bottom's Up" #4.

March 9, 1990 - "The Bradys" #5 "The Party Girls", final episode.

June 1990 - "The Real Live Brady Bunch" created by Becky Thyre, Faith Soloway, and Jill Soloway premieres at Chicago's Annoyance Theatre.  

July 1990 - Barry Williams marries Diane Martin.

1991 - "The Brady Bunch Book" by Andrew Edelstein and Frank Lovece is released by Warner Books.

September 1991 - "Real Live Brady Bunch" moves to Greenwich Village's Village Gate Theater.

February 1992 - Melanie Hutsell of "Real Live Brady Bunch" debuts as "Jan Brady" on "Saturday Night Live."

February 1992 - Robert Reed stars with Betsy Palmer in "Love Letters."

1992 - Barry Williams takes the lead role in the national touring company of "City of Angels."

April 1992 - "The Real Live Brady Bunch" debuts in Los Angeles.

May 1, 1992 - "Growing Up Brady: I Was a Teenage Greg" by Barry Williams hits bookstores.  It goes on to spend four months on the New York Times best seller's list.  

May 12, 1992 - Robert Reed dies of colon cancer at the age of 59.

June 1, 1992 - The Brady Bunch appears on the cover of People magazine under the headline "The Brady Bunch Grows Up."

June 2, 1992 - Robert Reed the cover story of the "National Enquirer." The headline: AIDS Kills TV's Favorite Father, Brady Bunch Dad's Secret Gay Life, The Shocking Untold Story.

1992 - Christopher Knight and his wife Julie get divorced after three years of marriage.

1993 - "It's a Sunshine Day: The Best of The Brady Bunch" album released by MCA records.  It includes the songs "It's A Sunshine Day," "We Can Make The Whole World A Whole Lot Brighter," "Keep On," and "Time to Change."

May 1993 - Ann B. Davis joins the touring company of "Crazy for You."

May 19, 1993 - "Bradymania" airs on ABC.

June 1993 - Florence Henderson, Barry Williams, Susan Olsen, and Chris Knight appear on the MTV  "Movie Awards" (doing hilarious parodies of "Basic Instinct," "A Few Good Men" and "The Bodyguard").

November 18, 1993 - Maureen McCormick plays herself on "Herman's Head."

1994 - "Alice's Brady Bunch Cookbook" by Ann B. Davis and Sherwood Schwartz hits bookstores.

October 15, 1994 - Maureen McCormick debuts as Rizzo in "Grease" at the Eugene O'Neill theatre on Broadway. 

February 12, 1995- "Buncha Brady" marathon premieres on Nick at Nite. The hilarious documentary "Brady: An American Chronicle" airs.

February 17, 1995 - "The Brady Bunch Movie" starring Shelley Long and Gary Cole opens nationwide.

February 21, 1995 - "The Brady Bunch Movie" grosses $14.8 million its opening weekend.   It goes on to gross $45.7 million in the U.S.  

March 21, 1995 - Cast of "The Brady Bunch Movie" appears on NBC television series"Wings."

April 2, 1995 - Maureen McCormick's country album "When You Get a Little Lonely" released on Phantom records. 

May 24, 1995 - "Brady Bunch Home Movies" produced by Susan Olsen airs on CBS.

August 4, 1995 - Susan Olsen and Ken Ober premiere as hosts of a talk show on Real Radio in Los Angeles.  

July 1995 - "The Brady Bunch Movie" released on home video.  It earns $21.8 million in video rentals.

August 14, 1995 - Susan Olsen marries for the second time (Mitch).

September 1995 - Eve Plumb stars in the kids series "Fudge" on ABC.  The Saturday morning series lasts two seasons.

1996 - Susan Olsen's first son born (Michael).

August 23, 1996 - "A Very Brady Sequel" opens nationwide, earning $7 million in its opening weekend.  It goes on to earn $21.4 million in America. 

February 11, 1997 - "A Very Brady Sequel" released on home video. 

July 1997 - Maureen McCormick featured in VH1's 7 Days of 70's.  

September 1997 - Maureen McCormick stars as Judy in "Teen Angel" on ABC.

September 28, 1997 - Maureen McCormick stars as Barbara Mandrell in the television movie "Get to the Heart:  The Barbara Mandrell Story" on CBS.

November 12, 1997 - Mike Lookinland charged with DUI in Salt Lake City, Utah after a one car accident.

November 1997 - "The 1998 Brady Bunch Calendar" by Andrews McMeel hits stores.

Jan 1998 - Maureen McCormick dropped from "Teen Angel."  The show gets canceled after one season.

1998 - Susan Olsen becomes spokesperson for Migrane headaches.

May 27, 1998 - Mike Lookinland pleads guilty to a drunken driving charge. Lookinland was fined $1,500 and ordered to perform 24 hours of community service.

June 1, 1998 - "The Brady Bunch" debuts on Nick at Nite.

June 1998 - Brady Residence born! 

November 1998 - Brady collector dolls of Greg, Marcia, and Alice hit Toys R Us.

January 30, 1999 - Barry Williams marries Eila Mary Matt in a small, private ceremony in New York.  This is Barry's second marriage.  

June 6, 1999 - "The Brady Bunch" is the subject of the "E! True Hollywood Story."

August 16, 1999 - Barry Williams hosts "Teen Idols" special on VH1.

September 7, 1999 - Florence Henderson begins as co-host of "Later Today" on NBC.

September 26, 1999 - "The Brady Bunch" celebrates its 30th anniversary.

September 26, 1999 - Nick at Nite airs a three hour "Brady" marathon to celebrate the anniversary.

September 28, 1999 - Barry Williams releases the CD "The Return of Johnny Bravo."bravo99sm.gif (3134 bytes)

September 28, 1999 - "The Brady Bunch" is featured in the FOX special "TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcom Scandals."

November 1999 - Frank DeVol, who wrote the theme song for "The Brady Bunch" dies of natural causes at the age of 88.

November 6, 1999 - Barry Williams is a panelist on "The List" on VH1.   The discussion was about the top teen idols.

November 7, 1999 - Barry Williams appears on "The Howard Stern Radio Show" on CBS to promote his CD "The Return of Johnny Bravo."

November 8, 1999 - Maureen McCormick guest stars on the UPN series "Moesha."

December 13, 1999 - "The Brady Bunch" makes the cover of "People" magazine.

May 16, 2000 - Fox airs "Bradys Unauthorized:  Brady Bunch The Final Days."

May 20, 2000 - "The Brady Bunch" is the subject of "Headliners and Legends" hosted by Matt Lauer on MSNBC.

May 21, 2000 - NBC airs the TV movie "Growing Up Brady," based on the book by Barry Williams.

Summer 2000 - Nick at Nite airs "Brady Blocks" every Thursday from 9 - 12 PM EST as part of "Block Party Summer.".

July 2000 - Christopher Knight appears on "Oprah" to talk about Attention Deficit Disorder, a condition he said he suffered from as a child.

July 2000 - Christopher Knight and his second wife Toni, a media sales executive get divorced.  Chris asks for alimony. 

July 5, 2000 - Maureen McCormick begins a two week stint as Rebecca Hotchkiss on the NBC daytime drama "Passions." 

July 16, 2000 - NBC announces the cancellation of "Later Today" with Florence Henderson.

July 31, 2000 - The final airdate for Maureen McCormick on "Passions."   The role will be taken over by Andrea Evans.

August 11, 2000 - NBC airs the final episode of "Later Today" with Florence Henderson.

September 2000 - Susan Olsen ends her affiliation with www.comedyworld.com

October 27, 2000 - "The Sound of Music" tour, starring Barry Williams, opens in Fort Myers, Florida. 

November 6, 2000 - Robert Reed is the subject of a story on ABC's"20/20 Downtown."  Florence Henderson plays a sex therapist on Fox's "Ally McBeal."

November 20, 2000 - Florence Henderson plays "Lily," the former show-girl wife of Jerry Stiller's character, Arthur, on "The King of Queens" on CBS.

February 2001 - Barry Williams is fined $50,000 by the screen actors guild for starring in a non-union production. 

March 2001 - Florence Henderson competes in a classic tv star edition of ABC's "Who Wants To Be a Millionaire."

May 11, 2001 - Florence Henderson the subject of A & E's "Biography" series. 

June 11, 2001 - Robert Reed the subject of A & E's "Biography" series. 

July 18, 2001 - "Pop Up Brady" premieres on Nick at Nite.  Ten special "pop up" episodes continue each Wednesday at 9 PM. 

September 15, 2001 - "Growing Up Brady" airs on NBC at 9 PM EDT.

September 15-16 2001 - TV Land airs "Fandemonium," 48 consecutive hours of "The Brady Bunch."

September 24, 2001 - All six kids appear on-screen together for the first time since "The Brady Brides" in 1981 for "The Weakest Link."  Florence Henderson and Robbie Rist (Oliver) also compete.  Christopher Knight wins the game.  Susan Olsen was the runner-up. 

November 2, 2001 - "The Weakest Link" airs on PAX-TV.

March 13, 2002 - Barry Williams loses to Danny Bonaduce in "Celebrity Boxing" on Fox.

September 26, 2002 - Dr. John Kappas, husband of Florence Henderson died.

November 2002 - Barry Williams participates with Tiffany, Coolio, and others in "Celebrity Boot Camp" on Fox. 

November 29, 2002 - "The Brady Bunch in the White House" starring Gary Cole and Shelley Long debuts on Fox.

January 17, 2003 - Barry Williams becomes the fourth Brady kid to become a parent, as his wife Eila gave birth to Brandon Eric Williams.  He joins Maureen McCormick, Susan Olsen, and Mike Lookinland in the parent club.

January 26, 2003 - Pepsi Twist commercial featuring Florence Henderson and the Osbournes premieres during "Super Bowl XXXVII." 

January 2003 - Maureen McCormick is a judge for the ABC Family Channel series "My Life is a Sitcom."

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