The television family who defined a generation returns for a third season, stealing the hearts of American viewers young and old. Every kid wanted to be a part of the Partridge Family in the early 1970s, and the adventures of these pop sensations remain fresh, fun, and timeless. Shirley Partridge (Shirley Jones) was a widowed mom struggling to make ends meet, so she put together a band with her exceptionally talented children, and the rest was history. While enjoying their success in the third season, the family also does its best to stay grounded. Right off the bat, the Partridges face the potential end of their musical career when it turns out their new neighbors don't dig the tunes so much and try to enforce noise-ordinance laws on the normally upbeat clan. At least one good thing comes out of it: four-year-old neighbor and hereafter series-regular Ricky Segall makes his first appearance. Later, when a beach party comes up, Keith tries to land a date with Johanna, the prettiest girl in school. And that's just the beginning of what's in store for the third season of the show that launched David Cassidy's career as a teen idol. Included here are all 22 episodes of the season.
More musical adventures with TV's favorite rock 'n roll family! The family tries (unsuccessfully) to conserve energy. Laurie poses as Keith's date to make other girls jealous, but the plan backfires. Danny wants to impress a girl by telling her rabbi father that the Partridges are Jewish - and the whole family is invited to dinner. Shirley tries to hire a maid, but it's all in the family when her mother shows up to apply
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