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Brady Bunch Reunion, GMA: Bunch Predict Florence Henderson DWTS Winner (Video)

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Brady Bunch reunion on GMA

It was a Brady Bunch reunion on GMA this morning. Well… sort of. It was actually kind of lacking as far as TV reunions go.

Didn’t three stars from the Brady Bunch and the producer look silly on that Brady family staircase prop? Fail!

Christopher Knight (Peter), Mike Lookinland (Bobby), Susan Olsen (Cindy) and producer Lloyd Schwartz were on hand to talk about the new book, “Brady Brady Brady: The Complete Story of the Brady Bunch from the Father/Son Team Who Really Know,” dishing more behind-the-scenes Brady Bunch dirt.

What are these three up to? Christopher Knight mentions he’s married to Adrianne Curry, while Mike Lookinland says he moved out of the film industry five years ago and started his own business making decorative concrete.

Susan Olsen is involved in radio and producing, but is a single mother too, so she says her son takes up her time. She got a gig on The Young & the Restless though, so I guess that acting bug is still biting.

Lloyd Schwartz says he’s probably best known for throwing the ball that hit Marcia in the nose, then they all talk about how Barry Williams and Maureen McCormick were hot for each other.

Susan and Mike hooked up too, it seems when they were cute little kids, they tied the knot and were married Maureen McCormick.
As for their TV mom, Florence Henderson, hitting the Dancing with the Stars dance floor, they think she’s a lock to win.

Would any of them do DWTS, an audience member wants to know… Chris and Susan would be on board (she says they pay good money, so she would consider), but Mike doesn’t seem as interested.

What did you think of the Brady Bunch mini-reunion on GMA? Kind of lame?

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