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The Partridge Family: My Son, the Feminist

Keith agrees to sing at a rally for POW, Power of Women but the family protests after not being asked first. Then after protests from neighbors they decide to appear only to get in another conflict over the use of sexist lyrics.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x12
Airdate: Friday December 11th, 1970

Guest Stars
Sari PriceSari Price
As 2nd Wife
Dort Clark (1)Dort Clark (1)
As 1st Husband
Fran RyanFran Ryan
As 1st Wife
Jane ActmanJane Actman
As Tina Newcomb
Leonard StoneLeonard Stone
As Clauson
Main Cast
Shirley JonesShirley Jones
As Shirley Partridge
David CassidyDavid Cassidy
As Keith Partridge
Susan DeySusan Dey
As Laurie Partridge
Danny BonaduceDanny Bonaduce
As Danny Partridge
Jeremy GelbwaksJeremy Gelbwaks
As Chris Partridge
Suzanne CroughSuzanne Crough
As Tracy Partridge
Dave MaddenDave Madden
As Reuben Kinkaid
Episode Notes
Sari Price was also Shirley Jones' stand-in.

Released as a single in August, 1970, "I Think I Love You," was already Number 1, and certified gold when this episode aired. It sold 350,000 copies by the end of the year, receiving a National Association of Recording Merchandisers (NARM) award for fastest selling single of 1970! It went on to sell over 5 million copies. "The Partridge Family Album" finished the year at #4 on the LP charts! It remained on the charts for a whopping 68 weeks.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Partridge FamilyI Think I Love You 

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