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Old 11-04-2006, 01:30 PM   #16
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I prefer the later years, when they went to Hawaii and to the amusement park.
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Old 12-13-2006, 06:24 PM   #17
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Seasons 3 and 4 were my favorite...

I like the DRAMA QUEEN episodes when one of the kids head swells to mythic proportions and then comes to his or her senses...
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I think they were on top of their game in the middle seasons -- 2,3,4. The kids seemed very natural and this was before all the singing and live shows started detracting from the comedy. Although the Greg/Marcia driving show from Season 5 was VERY funny.
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I prefer the middle years too. There were just so many good episodes then.
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I like the later years best because the kids were older and the stories were better.
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I like the earlier episodes better but it's funny that I seem to say that about every show I watch! However, they are all pretty good, IMO.
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season 1 would have to be the best the story's were very well written and also season 2.Very good acting.
When they shot that episode on season 5 last one when Greg's hair turned orange after the hair tonic come on I see why they got cancelled.Silly episodes on season 5,cousin Oliver was a mistake.
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season 1 would have to be the best the story's were very well written and also season 2.Very good acting.
When they shot that episode on season 5 last one when Greg's hair turned orange after the hair tonic come on I see why they got cancelled.Silly episodes on season 5,cousin Oliver was a mistake.
You forget, Oliver didn't kill the show. The ratings were already sinking. ABC thought a fresh-faced kid would increase ratings, but it didn't make it any better or worse. Oliver wasn't even a bad guy at all, he was a good kid. He just came on at the wrong time.
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I may be in the minority, but my favorite seasons are as follows:

4, 5, 3, 1, 2
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The Bradys during the mid to late seasons are better but Seasons 2 to 5 have plenty of great episodes
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When I was younger, I liked season 1 the best. Now, as an adult, it’s my least favorite season. The kids are so bratty, and I don’t like the constant “boys vs. girls” theme. Marcia is especially insufferable during season 1.

By season 2, the family had gelled and there was less infighting.
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I'll take seasons 4 and 5.
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And at least Oliver didn't sing, unlike that kid they brought into the Partridge Family when the ratings started to sink. That kid's voice sends me running for the remote whenever he tries to sing.
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The early Brady's, though I do like some later season episodes.
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