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Old 09-24-2017, 09:07 PM   #31
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I have the book and it happened in the girls dressing room, not on the set.

Then it only would have happened in front of Maureen and Cindy, if it's true.
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Eve Plumb on the Jenny Jones interview did seem incredibly bitter. She's seemed much cooler in more recent interviews. More like she's finally okay with being known as the actress who played Jan Brady.
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I wish that Eve would finally bury the hatchet with Maureen.
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I wish that Eve would finally bury the hatchet with Maureen.
Hopefully, not in the back.
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Eve Plumb on the Jenny Jones interview did seem incredibly bitter. She's seemed much cooler in more recent interviews. More like she's finally okay with being known as the actress who played Jan Brady.

It is something how there is such a lasting legacy in this kind of way, bitterness between former co-stars.
I'm not sure if this has exactly happened with any other TV show. I heard that the actors who played Fred and Ethel in "I Love Lucy" disliked each other, I heard that even Abbott and Costello disliked each other. Of course those actors did not go on to write books and talk on talk shows about their hatred toward their co-star. not that I know of.
The Brady Bunch as iconic as it became in pop culture, still just fits the description of junk TV of the 1970s. And yet, the serious things that went on behind the scenes is what is becoming most apparent decades after the TV show was cancelled and the original youngest cast of the show are now aging into their mid 50s to early 60s.
A lot of former child actors or former teen actors are resentful about the characters they played because they could not go on to be considered for other roles as they grew older.
I find it odd that, according to what I have heard of the young female actors who played Cindy and Jan and Marcia Brady, they all resented being depicted as such "wholesome" kids and wanted to be depicted as mature for their age, particularly in a sexual way. Reportedly Susan Olsen wanted there to be an episode in which her character, Cindy starts getting physically mature and needs a bra. I guess it was the mindset of the 1970s in younger people then. Drugs, sex, and rock and roll, was the trend and younger people did not want to be thought of as "Unpopular" or "Uncool" by other young people.
It is what seems to largely fuel the resentment between Eve Plumb and Maureen McCormick. Eve somehow seems to feel that her part in the Brady Bunch as the wiser and more square middle daughter was ruinous to her acting career.
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Eve Plumb on the Jenny Jones interview did seem incredibly bitter. She's seemed much cooler in more recent interviews. More like she's finally okay with being known as the actress who played Jan Brady.
Eve Plumb's cameo in I'm Gonna Git You Sucka ironically, made you think that she had little problem poking fun at her Brady Bunch past.
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I was thinking about this after reading about her feud with Maureen McCormick. When I bring up the notion of her possibly being bitter and resentful, is that was unable to carved out a better career for herself.
Yes well with Marsha getting all the attention,im not surprised she is bitter!!
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I can understand Eve being tired of answering the same questions. However, why did she appear on Jenny Jones knowing that those types of questions would be asked? She put herself out there and made herself look bitter.
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I can understand Eve being tired of answering the same questions. However, why did she appear on Jenny Jones knowing that those types of questions would be asked? She put herself out there and made herself look bitter.
Yes. It was one of the oddest appearances I've ever seen.
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