Three actors from "The Brady Bunch" celebrated the TV series' 40th anniversary at Kings Island Amusement Park outside Cincinnati on Sunday.
The actors Barry Williams (Greg Brady), 58, Christopher Knight (Peter Brady), 55, and Susan Olsen (Cindy Brady), 51, were invited by the theme park where in 1973 the iconic show filmed an episode titled "The Cincinnati Kids."
In addition to meeting friends and signing autographs, the Brady cast members performed on stage in a musical number, where Williams, aka Greg Brady, rapped "I'm Greg Brady" to the tune of Eminem's "The Real Slim Shady
," Cincinnati.com reported.
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"We were making a family-friendly little TV show and hoping for three or four seasons, and we got five," Williams said. "There was no cable, no TV Land back then. It’s quite remarkable the way life has unfolded."
Williams also remarked on the continued popularity of the show even after its last season aired on TV.
"There were 11 reunion shows and five series. It’s been in 142 countries. It’s never been off the air. I’m very proud of what the ‘Brady Bunch’ stands for," Williams told Cincinnati.com. "It’s been an incredible ride."
Knight, aka Peter Brady, who has since left acting to pursue a business career in the computer industry, acknowledged having few memories from the show but said he enjoyed being able to recall those events through his fans.
Additionally, Olsen, aka Cindy Brady, discussed what it is like to now be the mother of a 16-year-old.
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The three Brady's appeared in four consecutive shows throughout the day with not a single empty seat in the 844-seat venue, local media reports.
"I think everybody, at some point in their life, wanted to be a Brady," said Brady fan Kim Williamson, who drove more than three hours from her home in Huntington, W. Va., to attend the reunion. "Their whole family seemed so perfect. They were so nice. I think it resonates with the child in all of us to want to be Brady."
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