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{{Episodes
| name = Eenie, Meenie, Mommy Daddy
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|title1 = Eenie, Meenie, Mommy, Daddy
| season = 1
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|←_previous = [[Dear Libby]]
| episode = 3
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|next_→ = [[Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore]]
| overall = 3
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|number = Season 1 Episode 3
| airdate = Otcober 10, 1969
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|image1 = bb title 1.jpg
| writer = [[Joanna Lee]]
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|caption1 =
| director = [[John Rich]]
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|airdate: = 10 October 1969
| guests = [[Marjorie Stapp]]<br>[[Tracy Reed]]<br>[[Brian Forster]]
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|starring: = [[Robert Reed]] as [[Mike Brady]]<br>
| network = ABC-TV
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[[Florence Henderson]] as [[Carol Brady]]<br>
| production = 005
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[[Ann B. Davis]] as [[Alice Nelson]]<br>
| imdb = tt0531086
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[[Maureen McCormick]] as [[Marcia Brady]]<br>
| previous = [[Dear Libby]]
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[[Eve Plumb]] as [[Jan Brady]]<br>
| next = [[Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore]]}}
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[[Susan Olsen]] as [[Cindy Brady]]<br>
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[[Barry Williams]] as [[Greg Brady]]<br>
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[[Christopher Knight]] as [[Peter Brady]]<br>
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[[Mike Lookinland]] as [[Bobby Brady]]
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|guest_starring:= [[Marjorie Stapp]] as [[Mrs. Engstrom]]<br>
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[[Tracy Reed]] as [[Miss Sherry Marlowe]]<br>
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[[Brian Forster]] as the Elf
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|written_by: = [[Joanna Lee]]
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|teleplay_by: =
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|story_editor: =
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|director: = [[John Rich]]
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'''Eenie, Meenie, Mommy, Daddy''' is the third episode of [[Season 1]] of ''[[The Brady Bunch]]''. Written by [[Joanna Lee]] and directed by [[John Rich]], it first aired 10 October 1969 on ABC.
   
'''Eenie, Meenie, Mommy, Daddy''' is the third episode of ''[[The Brady Bunch]]'' TV series, and the third overall episode in the series. Written by [[Joanna Lee]] and directed by [[John Rich]], the episode premiered on ABC-TV, airing on October 10, 1969.
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== Short Summary ==
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Cindy is heartbroken when she discovers that she can only bring one parent to see her in the school play.
   
==Short Summary==
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== Summary ==
[[Cindy Brady|Cindy]] is very excited at the thought of her entire family watching her starring in the school play ''The Frog Prince'' as the fairy princess, but later she is heartbroken when she discovers that she can only bring one parent, and she has much difficulty picking between [[Mike Brady|Mike]] and [[Carol Brady|Carol]].
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[[Cindy Brady|Cindy]] is excited when she is chosen to play the lead, the Fairy Princess, in her school's production of ''The Frog Prince''. Her family is as excited for Cindy as they help her learn her lines, make her costume and props, and even feel what it's going to be like to "fly" while hanging on wires. They are all as excited to be able to see Cindy in the play as Cindy is excited to have the largest cheering section with her large family in attendance. But Cindy's excitement changes when she learns that because of the large number of people involved in the production and the relatively small auditorium, each cast member is only issued one ticket.
   
==Summary==
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It's bad enough that her siblings and [[Alice Nelson|Alice]] can't attend, but she doesn't know how to choose between her parents. [[Carol Brady|Her mother]] has attended everything she's ever been involved with and is her biggest booster, but she doesn't want to make [[Mike Brady|her new father]] feel excluded. While Cindy does the only thing she knows how to solve the problem, Alice, the only adult in the family who knows what's going on, thinks Cindy needs a little help in figuring out this problem.
Cindy is excited when she is chosen to play the lead, the Fairy Princess, in her school's production. Her family is as excited for Cindy as they help her learn her lines, make her costume and props, and even feel what it's going to be like to "fly" while hanging on wires. They are all as excited to be able to see Cindy in the play as Cindy is excited to have the largest cheering section with her large family in attendance. But Cindy's excitement changes when she learns that because of the large number of people involved in the production and the relatively small auditorium, each cast member is only issued one ticket.
 
 
It's bad enough that her siblings and Alice can't attend, but she doesn't know how to choose between her parents. Her mother has attended everything she's ever been involved with and is her biggest booster, but she doesn't want to make her new father feel excluded. While Cindy does the only thing she knows how to solve the problem, [[Alice Nelson|Alice]], the only adult in the family who knows what's going on, and eventually Mike think Cindy needs a little help in figuring out this problem.
 
 
==Guest starring==
 
*[[Marjorie Stapp]] as [[Mrs. Engstrom]]
 
*[[Tracy Reed]] as [[Miss Sherry Marlowe]]
 
*[[Brian Forster]] as the Elf
 
   
   
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Latest revision as of 10:53, July 6, 2019

Eenie, Meenie, Mommy, Daddy is the third episode of Season 1 of The Brady Bunch. Written by Joanna Lee and directed by John Rich, it first aired 10 October 1969 on ABC.

Short Summary Edit

Cindy is heartbroken when she discovers that she can only bring one parent to see her in the school play.

Summary Edit

Cindy is excited when she is chosen to play the lead, the Fairy Princess, in her school's production of The Frog Prince. Her family is as excited for Cindy as they help her learn her lines, make her costume and props, and even feel what it's going to be like to "fly" while hanging on wires. They are all as excited to be able to see Cindy in the play as Cindy is excited to have the largest cheering section with her large family in attendance. But Cindy's excitement changes when she learns that because of the large number of people involved in the production and the relatively small auditorium, each cast member is only issued one ticket.

It's bad enough that her siblings and Alice can't attend, but she doesn't know how to choose between her parents. Her mother has attended everything she's ever been involved with and is her biggest booster, but she doesn't want to make her new father feel excluded. While Cindy does the only thing she knows how to solve the problem, Alice, the only adult in the family who knows what's going on, thinks Cindy needs a little help in figuring out this problem.



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