Sebastian questions whether the Brady Bunch have fried the last of their few remaining brain cells as they attack musicians at the Grammy Awards, Basketball stars, and TV commercials for using gun references common in American vernacular .
I don't think so. I think this is a desperate attempt to regain the attention of an influential demographic that has, like most politicians and the public in general, stopped paying attention to them or sending them money.
Gone are the days when 'Stars Flocked to get on the NRA Blacklist'. Current mentions of it are met w/ amusement and/or scorn. Hollywood isn't lining up to make anti-gun movies nor are the actors who claim to support gun control doing much about it. Instead, their own spokespersons make movies w/ quotes such as:
John J. Rambo: You bringing any weapons?
Burnett: Of course not.
John J. Rambo: Then you ain't changin' nothin'.
The Brady Campaign has gone from a National organization to a barely functioning state level one where their endorsements aren't even given the time of day. I have no doubt their current attempt to shame these once supporters into again picking up the banner will have little to no effect at least as it pertains to the Brady Bunch.
I hereby nominate them for the Razzie Award for Worst Death Scene on the political stage.