The Bradys are back together again!
Four stars of the hit 1960s sitcom The Brady Bunch had a surprise reunion on Today on Tuesday, May 30 — and it was so fun to see the cast now!
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Barry Williams (Greg Brady), Christopher Knight (Peter Brady), Mike Lookinland (Bobby Brady), and Susan Olsen (Cindy Brady) got together on the morning show to pay a special tribute to their late TV mom, Florence Henderson (Carol Brady).
"She was great humanity," Christopher, 59, said. "Everyone she met felt better about themselves and about the world around them after having spent a moment with Florence."
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"She was a mentor, a friend, we learned from her. We learned how to interact with the public. She was so gracious with her fans. We all learned how to do that graciously. Mostly, she loved to make people laugh. You probably know that if you've been in her space. She would do anything — she would fall down, she would say off-color jokes, she'd make people smile," Barry, 62, chimed in.
The Brady Bunch cast. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"She could light up the room and lighten the mood and she just did it naturally and we all benefitted from that," Mike, 56, added. Florence sadly passed away in November 2016 at age 82 after suffering heart failure.
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The two other Brady children — Maureen McCormick, 60, (Marcia Brady) and Eve Plumb, 59, (Jan Brady) — could not make the latest cast reunion on Today. The classic show, which ran from 1969 until 1974, additionally starred Robert Reed (Mike Brady) and Ann B. Davis (Alice Nelson).
Robert died in May 1992 at age 59 from colon cancer. Ann passed away in June 2014 at age 88 after suffering a subdural hematoma.
Check out the gallery to see The Brady Bunch cast then and now!
Though she is best known for her role as Carol Brady on The Brady Bunch, Florence, who passed away in November 2016 at age 82, continued to have an impressive showbiz career — she appeared as a contestant on Dancing With the Stars in 2010 and hosted her own talk show, The Florence Henderson Show.