'A Very Brady Renovation: Holiday Edition' is the perfect way to start off your Christmas preparations
The holiday edition is simply breathtaking as it spreads a whiff of warmth and the bountiful joyous moments with the get-together just adds to the charm of it all.
Christmas is all about decoration and celebration. 'A Very Brady Renovation: Holiday Edition' summed it up beautifully in its special as the six Brady Bunch siblings join Ree Drummond, the star of Food Network’s 'The Pioneer Woman', and Jasmine Roth, star of HGTV’s 'Hidden Potential', to create a grand feast replete with ‘70s-inspired treats and festive decorations.
Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Christopher Knight (Peter), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy) came together for a holiday celebration at the Studio City, California home. Like a close-knitted family, they came together to help Roth with life-size toy soldier ornaments and Drummond with a traditional turkey dinner.
From a surfing locket to a horse and an iconic teeny orange-and-green version of the kitchen, a lot of many knick-knacks ended up on the beautiful Christmas tree. "The tree looks amazing so when we are ready we can put the lights on," Roth tells the family and then Doctor Christmas visited the Brady house to add a new eclectic feel.
With spindles, they create candle holders and call the tree very '60s, retro and kitschy. For the meal, the oldest Brady kid and the youngest Brady kid joined hands to make Deviled Eggs and Santa-shaped figurines with mozzarella balls, baby tomatoes, cucumber base and sesame seeds for eyes. Knight, a self-acclaimed foodie, whipped up a scrumptious mashed potato meal. What's more, the family teamed up to make Brady snow people and also have a snow fight.
With all the work going on the bunch also took out time for a fun snowball fight and later looked mesmerized to see the revamped home. Not only that, even the dinner table looked spectacular with the delicacies and an enormous turkey. It seems like a "Merry Brady Christmas," indeed.
The holiday edition is simply breathtaking as it spreads a whiff of warmth and the bountiful joyous moments with the get-together just adds to the charm of it all. In an interview, Roth confessed that the entire group had a lovely time together while shooting the episode. “Obviously they’re not a biological family; they’re not family members, per se,” she said. “But because they grew up together and they were a TV family, you do get that sense of family. It would be like hanging out with a bunch of brothers and sisters. And I don’t know how it is when you get together with your family but there are jokes, there’s dissing on each other but there’s a lot of love and it was a really fun time.”
Take inspiration to cook meals, ace the perfect decor and learn a chore or two from the Brady family this Christmas!