Reject what Jan is saying, not everything is easy for Marcia. In the program “The Subject of Noses” de Am Brady Bunch, Marcia had an enormous nose from a football accident. In real life, however, the actor behind this character was in a much worse accident.
Here is what we know about this acclaimed program of the sitcom.
‘Oh, my nose!’
There are a few notable phrases from this sitcom. One of Marcia Brady’s most famous phrases is, “O my nose,” from the program entitled “Nose Topic.” The boys were playing football in the back garden, while Marcia was inside on the phone with a boy.
She had a big date coming up the next Saturday and, after receiving a message from her mother, she went out to tell the boys to clean their room.
He was punched in the face with a football, shouting, “Oh, my nose!” Almost immediately, her nose rose, causing her to worry about her date with Doug. Of course, it all worked out in the end, with Marcia going on several dates throughout the series.
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Maureen McCormick, who represented Marcia Brady, broke her nose, but not because of football
The Marcia Brady character is represented by Maureen McCormick throughout Am Brady Bunch. Running for five seasons, there were plenty of events featuring this actor and even some events inspired by her daily life. That even includes the “The Subject of Noses” program of the comedy series.
according to History Garage, “The week before the show was filmed, Maureen McCormick suffered a runny nose from a car accident. ”That was inspired by this famous program with Marcia Brady and the unparalleled football crash, written shortly after the real car crash.
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‘The Subject of Noses’ is one of the most popular events of ‘The Brady Bunch’
There were plenty of events in this series when Marcia stole the show, which was sad for Jan. Even with a broken nose, Marcia was known for being the best of the Brady sisters. With Cindy as the cutest, where did Jan live that?
The 1971 program entitled “Her Sister’s Shadow,” resulted in the popular phrase, “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia.” This family went on a lot together, though. They played together, even coming to a place on a television show. The whole family (and Alice) even went on vacation to Hawaii.
In 1990, this series was reworked into a film, Brady Bunch Film, with a new team and a new set of problems that came with progress and change. To raise money for their family, Brady’s children decide to experiment for a talent show.
Episodes of Am Brady Bunch available for streaming on Hulu.