In the name of gender equality, Carol and the girls attempt to build their own clubhouse.

They do a shoddy construction job and Cindy is nearly injured.

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Also, this is the first out of two episodes not to have an epilogue/closing joke (the other being season 4's "Greg Gets Grounded"). Thinking one of their parents wrote the letter the kids stay on their best behavior to ensure a harmonious domestic situation.

Elizabeth "Dear Libby" Carter (Jo De Winter) visits the Brady home explaining she received seven similar letters from the same address: they are from "Kitty Karry-All" (Cindy), "Feeling Awful" (Bobby), "Desperately Worried" (Marcia), "Down in the Mouth" (Peter), "Real Frantic" (Jan), "Guilt Complex" (Greg), and "Innocent Bystander" (Alice).

Libby explains that the "Harried and Hopeless" letter originated from someone else, 2,000 miles away.

Mike admits he also wrote a letter to "Dear Libby", but never sent it. Cindy is starring in the school play The Frog Prince as the fairy princess.

She is very excited at the thought of her entire family watching her in the play, then is heartbroken when she discovers that she can only bring one parent, and she has much difficulty picking between Mike and Carol.

This is resolved by the whole family being allowed to sit through a dress rehearsal. Engstrom, Tracy Reed as Miss Sherry Marlowe, Brian Forster as the elf Alice discovers that the children are going to Carol with their problems instead of her.

Interpersonal relations among the kids reach a low after the boys refuse the girls entry to their clubhouse.

Mike tries to reason with Carol that men sometimes need a place of their own.

Mike and the boys rebuild the clubhouse but the boys' clubhouse suddenly collapses: Bobby had pulled out the nails from the boys' clubhouse to finish the girls' clubhouse.

Guest stars: June Foray as Sandra (voice only; uncredited), Hans Conried as Lance (voice only; uncredited) Note: This was the second episode filmed.

They all move into the house designed by Mike in southern California. Eastern time slot, with the exception of season two, which aired at p.m.