Still, we're so titillated by any misbehavior of the Brady kids."The book promises to reveal Mc Cormick's deepest secrets, including a battle with bulimia, cocaine and depression.
Following the cancellation of The Brady Bunch in 1974, Williams continued to appear in guest roles on television, and became involved in musical theater, touring with productions such as Grease, The Sound of Music, and West Side Story.
In 1988, Williams appeared on Broadway in the musical Romance/Romance with Tony Award-nominee Alison Fraser.
Barry Williams, Cabaret and Eve Plumb - Barry Williams (Greg from The Brady Bunch) New York City, USA - Opening night of the Off-Broadway production of 'Eve Plumb in Miss Abigail's guide to Dating, Mating & Marriage' at the Downstairs Cabaret Theater at Sofias Restaurant on West 46th Street - Photo Call.
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"We have to assume it's not true and see what happens when the book comes out," People magazine assistant managing editor and Early Show contributor Jess Cagle told co-anchor Julie Chen.
"The amazing thing -- this is giant news -- it's been 33 years since the show went off the air.
Williams has appeared in various movies and TV shows.
A new book by Maureen Mc Cormick, who played Marsha on the "Brady Bunch," reportedly drops bombs about the classic sitcom, including a lesbian affair between Marsha and Jan.
According to the New York Post, Mc Cormick is going to reveal that she had an affair with her TV sister, Jan, played by actress Eve Plumb in "Here's the Story." The book is scheduled to come out in 2008.
The book's publisher, Harper Collins imprint William Morrow, denies that Mc Cormick will reveal an affair with Plumb.
His 1992 autobiography, Growing Up Brady: I Was A Teenage Greg, co-written with Chris Kreski, was a New York Times bestseller and was adapted into a 2000 TV movie titled Growing Up Brady starring Adam Brody as Williams.