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The Brady Bunch/The Tiki Caves (3)

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The Tiki Caves (3)
Season 4, Episode 3
Airdate October 6, 1972
Production Number 075
Written by Tam Spiva
Directed by Jack Arnold
Produced by Howard Leeds
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The Tiki Caves (3) is the third episode of the fourth season of The Brady Bunch, and the seventy-fifth episode overall.

Starring: Robert Reed (Mike Brady), Florence Henderson (Carol Brady)

and Ann B. Davis (Alice)

Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Eve Plumb (Jan), Susan Olsen (Cindy), Barry Williams (Greg), Christopher Knight (Peter), Mike Lookinland (Bobby)

Special Guest Star: Vincent Price (Professor Whitehead)

Additional Cast: David "Lippy" Espinda (Hanalei), Leon Lontoc (Mayor's Representative)


Plot Overview

A voiceover brings us up to speed regarding the first two episodes. We join the Brady boys in the cave being followed by the demented archeologist. Whitehead attempts to scare the boys out of the cave but they won't leave without putting the idol on the grave of the First King. So he captures them and ties them to some totem poles in the cave, basically keeping them until he can report his amazing "finds." He says that when he gets the recognition he deserves, he will return and set them free. Meanwhile the girls tell Mike and Carol where the boys went, and they locate the old man who told them the legend of the idol and begin searching for the boys. Greg manages to get the boys untied but the archeologist catches them and ties them up again. Carol and Mike track the boys down using the popcorn trail Bobby left and help the archeologist get credit for the cave treasures. The episode ends with the family at a luau sounding the Horn of Brotherhood, a conch shell; and then leaving the hotel.


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