Bruce Willis, the ex-husband of Ashton Kutcher's girlfriend Demi Moore, will appear in an episode of That '70s Show, according to Variety. The appearance comes at the request of Kutcher, a former star of the seven-year old series. It will be Willis' first TV appearance since 2000, when he visited the Friends set for a three-episode guest stint.
Though Kutcher has officially left the Fox series, he will reprise his Kelso character on four episodes this fall. Willis will appear alongside his friend, in the role of a toupee-wearing security guard named Vic. Kelso must interview with the unappealing Vic for a job at Chicago's Playboy Club.
Willis has donated his episode fee to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Fox and producing company Carsey-Werner announced that they will match his donation.
That '70s Show chronicles the adventures of a group of teenage friends growing up in the 1970s. Though Kutcher and Topher Grace--who played main character Eric--have both moved on, the series will continue to follow Fez, Donna, Jackie, and Hyde as they adjust to life after high school. The eighth season of That '70s Show begins on Wednesday, November 2, at 8:00 P.M. ET/PT.