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The Partridge Family

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The Beastie Boys sampled from "I Would Have Loved You Anyway" for their song "Right Right, Now Now."
 
The Ben Stiller Show guest star Dave Madden reprises his role as Reuben Kincaid, this time as U2's manager for the pilot episode.
 
The Partridge Family is mentioned during the motion picture Reservoir Dogs.
 
Saturday Night Live guest host Susan Dey reprises her role as Laurie Partridge in a 1992 sketch featuring a battle of the bands between the Brady Bunch and the Partridge Family.
 
Quentin Terantino's character in his movie "My Best Friend's Birthday" mentions the Partridge Family.
 
The music of the theme song "Come On, Get Happy" is used in a Bloom's Supermarket chain advertising theme called "Come In, Shop Happy" in 2007.
 
Six Feet Under had a scene in season 1, episode 4 in which a character is confused over the pilot episode of the Partridge Family.
 
7UP used the song "Sunshine" in their advertising campaign in 2006.
 
The 1996 MTV Video Awards did a spoof of the movie "Speed" featuring Shirley Jones, Dave Madden and Danny Bonaduce aboard the Partridge Family bus.
 
During the pilot episode, The Partridge family lived in Ohio; The Partridge family lived in Ohio; Laurie mentioned her father, reminding Shirley of how he used to drink too much during the holidays; and Jack Cassidy made an appearance as Connie's love interest, Mark.
 
The bus used during the shooting of The Partridge Family was a 1957 Chevrolet "Superior" round top bus. The vehicle was known to break down often and would be pushed into scenes instead of driving it. And Shirley Jones really did drive the bus.
 
The name originally picked for the series was "Family Business."
 

Warning: The Partridge Family guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Music
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 25, 1970
Ended: August 31, 1974
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