A minor parking lot car accident involving the Bradys winds up in small claims court.
Greg's hair turns orange when he uses Bobby's hair dye.
Bobby becomes obsessed with pool and starts making bets with his members that he can beat them.
Bobby and Oliver suspect Mike is working for the FBI.
Carol's nephew, Oliver, moves in with the Brady family.
After meeting former astronaut James McDivitt, the Brady boys become
fascinated with UFOs. Bobby and Peter camp out in their backyard and are
convinced that they have spotted an unidentified flying object.
Marcia bets Greg that she can beat his driver's test score.
Ken and Kathy Kelly move into the neighborhood and adopt three boys from the orphanage. With all of the kids from different ethnic backgrounds, the Kellys face unexpected racism from their neighbors and look to the Bradys for support.
Bobby thinks that becoming the safety monitor at school will increase his
popularity, but it does just the opposite. Not only does he report his
friends for minor infractions at school; he also turns in his brother and sisters at home.
The kids give Alice the cold shoulder when she unintentionally reveals to
Carol that Greg and Peter broke her antique lamp. Disheartened, Alice makes up an excuse to leave and hires her own replacement.
Peter tries out for the role of George Washington in the school play. He is such a good actor, however, that his teacher decides that he can handle portraying the more difficult character of Benedict Arnold.
Greg is excited about his blossoming relationship with his new girlfriend,
Jennifer. However, his loyalty is tested when he finds out Marcia and Jennifer are competing against each other for the captain of the cheerleading squad.
Jan brings home her attractive new friend, Kerry, and Peter falls head over
heels for her. Greg graciously steps in to play matchmaker, but only makes matters worse. Kerry misreads Greg's intentions and rejects Peter all together.
Mike is flattered when he reads Greg's essay for English class and believes he
wants to follow in his footsteps. In actuality, Greg doesn't want to be an architect, he just wrote it to get the assignment done.
Jan complains that she lacks identity because of the other children in the
house and needs her privacy. Her siblings initially try to accommodate her and give her space. However, it only worsens her already bad attitude.
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