What Was Carol Brady Thinking? - Netflix

Here's the story of a lovely lady – who somehow kept six kids, a husband, a housekeeper and a dog in perfect order with nary a complaint. But Carol Brady couldn't have been that obnoxiously perfect all the time, right? When she spoke such sweet sentiments as, "Oh Alice, what would we do without you?" what was she really thinking? Climb inside the mind of one of the most iconic TV moms of all time with "What Was Carol Brady Thinking?"!

What Was Carol Brady Thinking? - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2012-10-01

What Was Carol Brady Thinking? - List of The Brady Bunch characters - Netflix

The following is a list and description of the primary characters from the classic American television series The Brady Bunch. The characters also appeared in all subsequent reunions, remakes, and theatrical/TV films.

What Was Carol Brady Thinking? - Cindy Brady - Netflix

Cynthia “Cindy” Brady - née Cynthia Martin (bottom left), portrayed by Susan Olsen in the TV show, The Brady Bunch Hour, The Brady Girls Get Married and The Bradys, Jennifer Runyon in A Very Brady Christmas, Olivia Hack in the theatrical films and Sofia Vassilieva in the 2002 TV movie, is the youngest Brady daughter. She was portrayed as a naive, but occasionally precocious little girl, who was most often seen wearing her hair in corkscrew curls or braids and had a pronounced lisp. She frequently liked to snoop and share secrets she had found out. In one episode, the family had to help her correct her habit of tattling. Cindy Brady also had various failed attempts at fame, such as attempting to break a world record for teeter-tottering, appearing on a game show (on which she suffered from stage fright and had a catatonic attack), and trying to become “the new Shirley Temple”. However, she does play a pivotal role in helping Bobby meet boyhood idol Joe Namath by signing Bobby's name to a letter stating he is “really, really sick”. On The Bradys, Cindy became a deejay (much like Susan Olsen herself did). At the radio station, she becomes romantically involved with her boss (Ken Michelman), a Jewish widower who is more than 15 years her senior and has two children. The relationship did not have time to develop before The Bradys was cancelled.

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