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Old 04-02-2017, 07:43 PM   #16
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What happened to Tiger? Why did they keep his doghouse if he never showed up again?
Tiger was never written out in the context of TBB; he just faded away, like Chuck Cunningham. The original dog who played Tiger was killed in a car accident during production. He was replaced with a lookalike who couldn't act. After that, the producers decided Tiger would only appear occasionally instead of regularly. Eventually they had no more use for him.

The doghouse was retained because a falling light burned a hole in the Astroturf of the Brady backyard. The doghouse covered the hole.

BTW... what kind of idiotic name for a dog is Tiger?
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Tiger was never written out in the context of TBB; he just faded away, like Chuck Cunningham. The original dog who played Tiger was killed in a car accident during production. He was replaced with a lookalike who couldn't act. After that, the producers decided Tiger would only appear occasionally instead of regularly. Eventually they had no more use for him.

The doghouse was retained because a falling light burned a hole in the Astroturf of the Brady backyard. The doghouse covered the hole.

BTW... what kind of idiotic name for a dog is Tiger?

I think that I have heard the part about the dog who played Tiger getting killed in an accident. However, the business about the hole in the Astroturf. Did that really happen or did you make it up as a joke?
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Did that really happen or did you make it up as a joke?
See here:

https://books.google.com/books?id=cJIKcTeWYxMC&pg=PA155
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Did they return the flea powder and get a refund? Did they complain to the company?

As for the flea powder, I would assume they threw out what they had. I doubt one would get a refund. Not everyone would be allergic to the powder.
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How many episodes in a row did Carol wear that green pant suit?
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Here's another thing that I'm losing sleep over:

If Peter got a great job at some guy's bike shop, why didn't he end up with a Schwinn Crate bike, like an Orange Crate or a Lemon Peeler?

I never understood that.
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I've got one. What ever happened to the 2000 boxes of laundry detergent they were given for doing the Safe commercial? Did they sell it, give it away, or were they actually able to use it all? (Even with a large family that would have taken a long time!)
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I've got one. What ever happened to the 2000 boxes of laundry detergent they were given for doing the Safe commercial? Did they sell it, give it away, or were they actually able to use it all? (Even with a large family that would have taken a long time!)
I know Bobby used a whole box of Safe when he was trying to wash his suit after soot from the fireplace in the old house fell on it. If he did that often enough, it would use up 2000 boxes.
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Was that the one when the whole room filled up with suds??


Ah man!!
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Was that the one when the whole room filled up with suds??


Ah man!!

Yes, that is the episode that the other poster is referring to.
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Hehe that was funny seeing!!
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I would love to know why some episodes opened with a static shot of the house as the writer director credits played rather than a moving one? Also, was the shot of mikes car arriving home at the start of the first act in the drummer boy only ever used once? It was very rare.
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Tiger was never written out in the context of TBB; he just faded away, like Chuck Cunningham. The original dog who played Tiger was killed in a car accident during production. He was replaced with a lookalike who couldn't act. After that, the producers decided Tiger would only appear occasionally instead of regularly. Eventually they had no more use for him.

The doghouse was retained because a falling light burned a hole in the Astroturf of the Brady backyard. The doghouse covered the hole.

BTW... what kind of idiotic name for a dog is Tiger?

I know!! I used to wonder about the dog being named Tiger, being that we HAD a tabby cat named Tiger when the Brady Bunch debutted ! I was like, that is a cat's name ! !

Well, I guess if a golfer can be named Tiger ( Woods) than a dog can be too!!
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