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The Brady Bunch in the White House is a 2002 TV movie. It is the second sequel to the The Brady Bunch Movie (1995), following A Very Brady Sequel (1996). It was directed by Neal Israel and written by Lloyd J. Schwartz and Hope Juber, based upon characters originally developed by Sherwood Schwartz for the 1970s television series The Brady Bunch. It was produced by Paramount Television for the Fox television network and first aired in November 2002. The film begins with Bobby finding a winning lottery ticket, that Mike insists must be returned to its rightful owner. The White House Press Secretary finds out about this and, to boost sagging approval ratings, invites the Bradys to the White House as reward for their honesty. Soon afterward, the President of the United States abandons his post, thus leaving his staff to come up with a wholesome, all-American replacement: the Bradys. Mike is appointed as President; Carol, in addition to being the First Lady, becomes the first female Vice...
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