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March 17, 2012


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Jeremy C. Fox

It's worth mentioning that "Chuck Brady" on that episode of "Day by Day" was series regular Christopher Daniel Barnes, who went on to play Greg in the Brady Bunch movies. I was a regular viewer of "Day by Day" at the time, and followed Barnes' career pretty closely during my adolescence. Ahem.

Robert David Sullivan

IMDB indicates that Barnes has spent most of the past decade doing voice work for video games. So playing a Brady is a blessing or curse, depending on how you feel about video games.

That episode of Day By Day set off YEARS of me and my sister taking a sip of a drink and chirping, "Ahh, there's nothing like that 27th cup of coffee in the morning!"


It's funny, I used to watch that show when I was a kid and can't remember a single thing about it, but I remember that episode nearly verbatim. The next time I saw David Cross was years later when a friend introduced me to Mr. Show, and immediately I said "Whoa! It's Slow Donny!"


P.S. - Holy shit! Veronica Mars' dad was in that?

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