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The six remaining members of the iconic sitcom join forces with HGTV stars to renovate the iconic real-life "Brady Bunch" home in Los Angeles.

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Barry Williams joins Lara Spencer and Jasmine Roth to recreate his attic bedroom; Jasmine pulls double duty working on Mike and Carol Brady's master bedroom with Mike Lookinland.
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Steve and Leanne Ford team up with Christopher Knight and Eve Plumb to build out the kitchen and family room on the first floor; the Brady backyard is complete with artificial turf ; the team furnishes Alice's bedroom.
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Jasmine Roth and Barry Williams create Mike Brady's den out of three spaces in the original house; Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E. Laine work with Susan Olsen and Mike Lookinland on the Jack and Jill bathroom and kids' rooms.
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The Brady Bunch cast reunites for a holiday celebration in the renovated Brady house along with Ree Drummond and Jasmine Roth as they create treats inspired by the '70s and deck the halls with kitschy crafts.
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The series concludes with a look at unseen moments and unforgettable reveals of the master suite, family room and Mike's den; a celebrity surprise.
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A look at unseen footage and memorable reveals for the front exterior, the heart of the home and Alice's bedroom and bathroom.
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"The Brady Bunch" actors have an emotional reunion at their famous TV home before beginning demolition; Jonathan and Drew Scott team up with Maureen McCormick and Susan Olsen to renovate the heart of the home; extended episode.

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