The story of The Brady Bunch is great fun for fans. It starts with auditions, then the famous wedding/pilot show ("Tiger!!"), and goes through all five seasons with the kids growing up and becoming stars.
Barry Williams' memoir inspired this 2000 TV-movie, so it's no surprise that his alter-ego is the heartthrob and star of the show; his amorous longings for screen-sister Maureen McCormick play heavily in the script as does Robert Reed's distaste for the low comedy.
Young Barry is played by pre-O.C. Adam Brody who is utterly charming and the only one of the actors who even remotely resembles their famous counterpart. Williams narrates the story and he and producer Sherwood Schwartz appear briefly. The movie is all sugar and spice, a sweet and innocent rememberance of a much-loved TV series. Fans of the show will love it.