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The Partridge Family/Season Two

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Season Two
The Partridge Family
The Partridge Family-Cast.jpg
Season Premiere September 17, 1971
Season Finale March 17, 1972
Episode Count 24
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Season Two of The Partridge Family premiered on September 17, 1971.

In-Depth

  • Brian Forster replaced Jeremy Gelbwaks as Chris Partridge.

Episodes

# # Title Airdate
26 1 Dora, Dora, Dora September 17, 1971
27 2 In 25 Words or Less September 24, 1971
28 3 A Man Called Snake October 1, 1971
29 4 The Undergraduate October 8, 1971
30 5 Anatomy of a Tonsil October 15, 1971
31 6 Whatever Happened to Moby Dick? October 22, 1971
32 7 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Partridge October 29, 1971
33 8 Days of Acne and Roses November 5, 1971
34 9 Tale of Two Hamsters November 12, 1971
35 10 The Forty-Year Itch November 19, 1971
36 11 I Can Get It for You Retail November 26, 1971
37 12 Guess Who's Coming to Drive? December 10, 1971
38 13 Don't Bring Your Guns to Town, Santa December 17, 1971
39 14 Where Do Mermaids Go? December 31, 1971
40 15 Home Is Where the Heart Was January 7, 1972
41 16 Fellini, Bergman, and Partridge January 14, 1972
42 17 Waiting for Bolero January 21, 1972
43 18 I Am Curious Partridge January 28, 1972
44 19 My Heart Belongs to a Two-Car Garage February 4, 1972
45 20 Hel-l-l-p February 11, 1972
46 21 Promise Her Anything, but Give Her a Punch February 18, 1972
47 22 The Partridge Papers March 3, 1972
48 23 All's War in Love and Fairs March 10, 1972
49 24 Who Is Max Ledbetter and Why Is He Saying All Those Horrible Things? March 17, 1972