Good going to the Brady sisters for getting the reunion cancelled... Maureen McCormick (left) and Eve Plumb (right) Viewers hoping for a nostalgic update from the "Brady Bunch" kids on Wednesday morning's "Today Show" were out of luck. The planned reunion was canceled earlier in the week, reportedly because of a longstanding feud between Eve Plumb (Jan Brady) and Maureen McCormick (Marcia Brady). When the cancellation was first reported, Plumb took responsibility (through her rep) for backing out, but claimed that it was because she didn't want to go all the way to New York City for a brief TV appearance. But if that seems like a flimsy excuse to cancel the first "Brady" reunion in years, RadarOnline.com has another explanation -- that Plumb nixed the plans because she can't stand to be in the same room with Maureen McCormick. According to RadarOnline's sources, Plumb and McCormick's feud was exacerbated when McCormick, while promoting a book, hinted at a romantic relationship between "Marcia" and "Jan" that Plumb says never existed. The site offers Christopher Knight (aka Bobby Brady's) explanation about why the reunion failed: "It falls on the aggressiveness of ‘Today' producers who are not used to getting a ‘No' for an answer + some major miscommunication between some reps," he wrote in an email. "Eve never does Brady press, especially if Maureen is involved. This went on for decades, so she was never on board to begin with is what I understand." Both Plumb and McCormick deny the existence of a feud between them. "The accusations are ridiculous," says McCormick's publicist. "Maureen has only warm regards and respect for Eve. Maureen was not able to travel to NY this week due to a personal commitment." So perhaps there is hope for a very Brady reunion in the future.