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Over five seasons, we saw the sink, the tub, the door, and every other nook and cranny but never the toilet.Good Housekeeping reports that that the bathroom didn't have a toilet. At the time, TV networks reportedly thought it was too crude to have a toilet featured on screen. The contents of the book started what some saw as a feud between the two actresses. "I made the crack to be funny — and for shock value," Maureen later explained, according to Digital Spy.In ," creator Sherwood Schwartz said he made a slight exception to his own rule for Mike Lookinland.The actor was so good for the part of youngest son Bobby Brady that Sherwood hired him, even though he had blondish hair.
They had a cat named Fluffy in the pilot episode of the beloved TV series.
Imagine being so close to getting a part then later realizing you didn't get it because of your natural hair color. Everyone is familiar with the grid/Tic-Tac-Toe arrangement of the Brady family.
What people may not fully appreciate is that it featured a new filming technique created by Canadian filmmaker Christopher Chapman.
What the matriarch didn't specify was the town or even state that she lived in.
It is assumed that the family lived in Southern California, possibly in the Los Angeles area because of the weather and some of the references on the show.
"From my perspective, there was, all of the sudden, six other kids in the middle of my family.