June 4, 2014 4:07 PM

Ann Davis’ Alice: Always there for the Bradys, and for other kids, too

Beneath its perpetual ability to keep us aghast at the fashion, décor, lingo and the most corny and tentative notions of counterculture in the 1970s, “The Brady Bunch” remains a permanent touchstone. No one will ever mistake it for Ibsen, but disdainful critics have learned that it meant something to some of us.

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