|"The Un-Underground Movie"|
| Season 2, Episode # 4 |
Number (#29) in series (117 episodes)
|Writer(s)||Albert E. Lewin|
|Original airdate||October 16, 1970|
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The Un-Underground Movie was the 4th episode of Season 2 of the The Brady Bunch TV series, also the 29th overall episode in the series. Written by Albert E. Lewin and directed by Jack Arnold, the episode premiered on ABC-TV, airing on October 16, 1970.
For an American history class project, Greg enlists his family to create a documentary about the First Thanksgiving.
Greg plans to make a documentary film about the first Thanksgiving for a school project, starring the Bradys and Alice. The family becomes too much for Greg because of their constant complaining, but later they realize how hard they had been on Greg. They apologize and promise to do whatever Greg says, and the movie is finally made.
Greg is excited that his history teacher wants his class to do creative projects on the colonies. Seeing his father's movie camera, Greg decides he wants to make a movie depicting the pilgrims. It becomes a family project including his family being the cast. Some of the help Greg appreciates, while some of it not. To regain control, Greg, the director, gives his family an ultimatum: do it his way or the movie's off. This ultimatum makes them realize that this project indeed should be Greg's. Will filming go more smoothly than pre-production?
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