10 Gifts for 'Brady Bunch' Superfans
Delight the retro-TV aficionado in your life — or go wild for the premiere of A Very Brady Renovation — with these groovy finds.
Give your crew of up to 10 (including pets!) the Brady treatment with a custom work by Jazmine Estrada, who will turn your snaps into a one-of-a-kind digital illustration (she’ll print her work on a canvas as well, if you want it on the wall ASAP — and who would blame you?).
BUY IT: Jazzdoodles via Etsy, $75 and up
This instant collector’s item (or items?) made its debut at the 2018 Comic Con in New York City as a tribute to Jan’s imaginary boyfriend (who became real, sort of, in A Very Brady Sequel in 1996, when Jan met an actual guy named George Gunther Glass). Who says you have to exist to be a legend?
BUY IT: Books-A-Million, $15
In this deduction game, one player is Alice and up to seven more can play Brady kids (or Cousin Oliver, if you’re feeling like stirring up some controversy). Mischief, tattling and bribery with cookies ensue; it’s like Clue, but with Cousin Oliver instead of a murderer. (Kidding, Cousin Oliver. Audiences can be so cruel.)
BUY IT: Target, $7
Buying a mug from the actual Brady Bunch set could cost you $900. Buying a swank, handcrafted Heath platter (from the historic Sausalito studio’s seasonal collection) that evokes the Brady kitchen vibe and fits in with the rest of your serveware, on the other hand, is a mere $110.
BUY IT: Heath Ceramics, $110
Accessories like these separate the casual Brady fans from those who roll deep — in this case, back to the first episode of Season 4, when the crew visits Hawaii and Peter and Bobby discover a tiki believed by locals to bring bad luck. Sure, sporting a replica could lead into a run-in with a venomous spider or a near-disastrous surf session, but it’s an unquestionably impressive nod to TV trivia. Could be worth it.
BUY IT: HouseofBuzz via Etsy, $11
Barry Williams (Greg Brady) told Entertainment Tonight he hoped a lava lamp would factor into his portion of A Very Brady Renovation. Well of course he did: In Season 2, Episode 18 (“Our Son, the Man”), it’s the centerpiece of Greg’s ladykilling new room. You’re welcome, Barry.
BUY IT: Urban Outfitters, $29