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    • 10 months 24 days ago
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    Ann B. Davis, who played the beloved housekeeper Alice on the "Brady Bunch," died Sunday morning (6/1/14. She was 88.

    R.I.P Ann. You'll will be missed.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/tv/ann-b-davis-housekeeper-alice-brady-bunch-dies-88-n119871
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      • 10 months 24 days ago
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      The funnest housekeeper ever. :(
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        You are a retro icon and you will be missed.
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          • 10 months 22 days ago
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          She was the best part of the show, with her wittiness.

          She's the second person to pass of the main cast.
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            • 10 months 22 days ago
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            SSJ Jup81 wrote:
            She was the best part of the show, with her wittiness.

            She's the second person to pass of the main cast.

            Her and the father.
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              • 10 months 6 days ago
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              it's amazing how many people out there who don't realize that people have doppelgangers.
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                • 10 months 4 days ago
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                Her joke were so simple, but still funny. No one could have replaced her role on the show that was for sure.

                I saw in an interview with I believe Florence Henderson online. She stated that Ann B. Davis viewed the show as nothing more than a job. Meaning she really never got close to any of the cast members like the others did.

                On another note I'm sure Sherwood Schwartz screwed her out of syndication and DVD residuals like the others.
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