Yours, Mine and Ours

Corrected entry: When Darryl is trying to convince Helen to go on the blind date and she gives him a shot, the shot should have been in the shoulder muscle, not the vein.

Correction: Depends on what kind of shot is being given. Some kinds must be given intravenously.

Corrected entry: The new baby they have is a boy and has a blue blanket in the hospital. At the end of the movie when they are saying bye to Greg has he walks to the bus station the baby is in a pink blanket.

Correction: Character choice. I've got a son and a daughter. I've just wrapped my son in a pink blanket and my daughter in a blue one.

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Corrected entry: The television show, The Brady Bunch, never had to have a pilot episode - Sherwood Schwartz, the show's creator, claimed that this film did the pilot for him.

Correction: Sherwood Schwartz had already written a pilot episode for The Brady Bunch (although that was not the original title) that had been turned down by CBS, NBC, and ABC. After this movie was released, ABC reconsidered, but the pilot was shot and screened before the network agreed to make the show. Several cast members (including Robert Reed, Florence Henderson, and Ann B. Davis) only agreed to do the pilot because they never thought it had a chance to be picked up as a series.

Corrected entry: In the bar scene, as Frank and Helen are exiting, Helen loses her slip behind the woman in the pink dress, whom Frank had passed by earlier. However, when Frank goes to find it, it is positioned next to the woman in the striped dress' feet.

Correction: The bar was very crowded, so the slip was kicked around.

Corrected entry: In the scene where Frank is trying to find out what happened with Louise and the babysitter, Susan says Louise fell, but Veronica corrects her and says she fainted. Later, when Frank checks on Louise, he says that Mary said she fainted.

Correction: This was deliberately written that way, to display the confusion of the moment. Remember everyone was talking at once, so Frank got mixed up. (There are only four children in my family and dad will sometimes go through all four names, before he gets to the right one.)

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