Day by Day (1988–1989)

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A married couple give up their high-powered careers to run a daycare center in their home.


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  • Linda Kelsey and Doug Sheehan in Day by Day (1988)
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  • Christopher Daniel Barnes in Day by Day (1988)
  • Courtney Thorne-Smith in Day by Day (1988)
  • Doug Sheehan in Day by Day (1988)
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Day by Day (1988)

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Andy Borowitz, Gary David Goldberg

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11 May 2002 | noizeegirl
Quite a coincidence
On an episode of "Day By Day" Ross, played by C.B. Barnes (as he was know at the time) falls asleep while watching a Brady Bunch Marathon on television. While asleep he dreams that he is the fourth Brady son "Chuck". Chuck is requested by his father to get out of Ross' ever present blue bathrobe and to get a perm as "all Brady men have perms". Chuck has a run in with nearly every Brady kid, including a very pregnant Marsha, and as you would imagine hilarity ensues. Coincidentally, in 1994 Christopher Daniel Barnes (as he is now referred to) was tapped to play the role of oldest brother Greg Brady in director Betty Thomas' "The Brady Bunch Movie" a role he recreated for the 1996 sequel aptly titled "A Very Brady Sequel".

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