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Family Guy is an American animated television series, following a dysfunctional family and their antics in the town of Quahog, Rhode Island.

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  • In the episode "Death has a Shadow", the Griffins were seen watching The Brady Bunch. In this episode, Jan told on Greg for smoking and Mike punished him by throwing him into a snake pit. He also punished Jan for tattling on her brother, by locking her in a chamber of fire.
    • Although this was just a joke episode, it is similar to the episode "When There's Smoke", with both of them dealing with Greg smoking.
    • This is the first joke to be used, in fact, first thing to ever happen in the entire Family Guy series.
  • In the episode "Holy Crap", Peter hires a band to play music for him. Brian suggests that they "do that fluttery thing when the Brady kids run down the stairs". When they do, the Brady kids appear in their house, running down the stairs.
    • In their appearance here, Cindy is voiced by Olivia Hack, the same actress who played her in the actual movies.
  • In the episode "Road to Rhode Island", Stewie asks Brian to record the episode My Brother's Keeper.
    • Stewie says that in this episode, Bobby saved Greg's life. However, this is inaccurate, as he actually saved Peter's life in this episode.
  • In the episode "Emission Impossible", Stewie remembers what it was like when Oliver replaced Bobby. A cutaway gag then shows Bobby coming out of the garage, only to be forced back in there by Mike, forcing him away with a broom.
  • In the episode "PTV", Peter made a TV channel without censorship, and they allowed an episode of The Brady Bunch where The Bradys are in the bathroom, standing around the toilet, and Cindy is showing them that she just pooped in there.
  • In the episode "E. Peterbus Unum", the political roundtable represents the 3x3 grid from the Brady Bunch theme song, and also features Alice in the center.
  • In the episode "Believe it or Not, Joe's Walking on Air", the song "Sunshine Day" plays in the background, as Pontius Pilate and Judas Iscariot become the best of friends.
  • In the episode "Spies Reminiscent of us", a cutaway gag features Mike and Carol getting into a huge fight. Mike then kills Carol and notices that Alice just witnessed it. Mike asks Alice what she saw and she responds, saying "Enough to know I'm getting a raise." Then the laugh track laughs at them and the "episode" ends.
  • In the episode "Excellence in Broadcasting", Brian and Stewie are watching The Brady Bunch on their new flat screen TV, which shows more on the screen than they've seen before. When they do, Mike and Carol are seen sleeping together, and the part that was cut off screen is shown to be six African American slaves who are also sleeping in there with them. The 3x3 grid comes up on screen, and it turns out that the grid was actually a 3x5 grid, including the slaves on both ends.
  • In the episode "Livin' on a Prayer", Peter watches an episode of The Brady Bunch that takes place after the Roe V. Wade law gets passed and the Brady kids have all been replaced by animals and upscale material possessions.
  • In the episode "Farmer Guy", Maureen McCormick (Marcia's actor) shows up at the Griffin House, trying to buy some meth from them.
  • In ""Family Guy" Through the Years", Mike Brady provides advice in the 1960s segment when Meg tells on Chris for running away to Woodstock. A pair of the kids from the series are also shown during the episode's introduction.
  • In the episode "Dead Dog Walking", after Chris gets busted for possessing a vape pen, he attempts to tell Lois how he was holding that vape pen for a friend but their jackets got mixed up similar to an episode of The Brady Bunch.
  • In "Who's Brian Now", Brian tries to research his former owners, The Hendersons. Chris notes that his search history contains a lot of pictures of The Brady Bunch actress, Florence Henderson, naked. He then states that her boobs look like her eyes.
  • In the episode "Adoptation", Carter, Lois' father, parodies the opening song with his surname in the Brady's place and in the grid, there's only him, his wife Babs, Lois, a poodle, and his newly adopted daughter Tatum while three tiles to the right are blank because Carter states that they had three other kids who died.