THAT '70S SHOW appeals to parents and teens for different reasons. For older audiences, it's nostalgia for simpler times that prompts an affinity for the show -- there's something comforting about kids congregating in the basement, content to just to "hang out."Kids, meanwhile, tune in for the attractive cast (including the very popular Ashton Kutcher) and relevant situations -- although they might find the '70s political references confusing and the fashions hilarious, they'll identify with the characters' struggles with dating and surviving high school, which are universal teen concerns.Although the series has lots of sexual innuendo, it's done in a way that doesn't so much offend as allude to the free-love period of the 1970s. Whether or not this is appropriate viewing for teenagers is for parents to decide -- it might be a good idea to watch a few episodes first.What makes this series so successful is its cast, all of whom seem comfortable with their stereotyped roles. In addition to Kutcher, who plays dim-bulb pretty boy Kelso, the core set of characters includes wisecracking Eric Forman (Topher Grace), straight-talking girl-next-door Donna (Laura Prepon), bossy flirt Jackie (Mila Kunis), eager foreign exchange student Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), cynical Hyde (Danny Masterson), and Eric's parents, Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) and Red (Kurtwood Smith).The actors benefit from the show's strong writing, which is sometimes subtly political, but more often light in content. The end result is an enjoyable trip back in time
One of the best shows I've ever seen on TV. I watched one episode and was instantly addicted. the combination of Eric's clumsiness, Hyde's sarcasm, Red's anger and the very dumb Micheal is ideal and characters like kitty, bob, midge adds that little extra a good show needs. Good humor, nice story-lines and you can really place it in the 70's. old tv's without remote, high amount of drug-use. Season eight was a little weak without Kelso and Eric and Randy wasn't that good of a replacement. It was a good thing though that leo was back. to bad it ended
I love that 70 show it is one of the best tv shows ever.
Eric Foreman is a typical high school student growing up in Wisconsin in 1976 with his family and his friends. Together, they have the same kind of joys and sorrows that just about every teenager has while growing up. This show parodied many of the attitudes, events and fads of the 70's. That 70's Show revolves the lives of several 17-year-olds living in Point Place, Wisconsin, 1976. The head of the group is Eric Foreman (Topher Grace) who lives under the authority of parents Red and Kitty (Kurtwood Smith & Debra Jo Rupp). Living next door is girlfriend Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon) and her parents Bob & Midge (Don Stark & Tanya Roberts). The rest of the gang includes Fez my favorite one (Wilmer Valderrama), a foreign-exchange student who's soaking up American culture like a sponge, Jackie Burkhart (Mila Kunis), her on-again, off-again boyfriend Michael Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), and Steven Hyde (Danny Masterson), a conspiracy theorist who believes Xerox will take over the world. The gang usually spends their time in Eric's basement, thinking of their lives, parents, and futures, but they manage to get into funny adventures and mishaps along the way through their teenage lives. Back in the days of Led Zeppelin 8-tracks, TaB colas, and Farrah Fawcett posters, "That '70s Show" continues to flashback to the times where bell bottoms were the hip thing. Eric and Donna have great chemistry together along with the rest of the cast. My favorite episodes are That Wrestling Show, Halloween, Cat Fight Club and Fun It are few to of many. that 70 shows was and still is the best show every.
Eric Forman is a typical high school student growing up in Wisconsin in 1976 with his family and his friends. Together, they have the same kind of joys and sorrows that just about every teenager has while growing up. This show parodied many of the attitudes, events and fads of the 70's. That 70's Show revolves the lives of several 17-year-olds living in Point Place, Wisconsin, 1976. The head of the group is Eric Forman (Topher Grace) who lives under the authority of parents Red and Kitty (Kurtwood Smith & Debra Jo Rupp). Living next door is girlfriend Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon) and her parents Bob & Midge (Don Stark & Tanya Roberts). The rest of the gang includes Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), a foreign-exchange student who's soaking up American culture like a sponge, Jackie Burkhart (Mila Kunis), her on-again, off-again boyfriend Michael Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), and Steven Hyde (Danny Masterson), a conspiracy theorist who believes Xerox will take over the world. The gang usually spends their time in Eric's basement, thinking of their lives, parents, and futures, but they manage to get into funny adventures and mishaps along the way through their teenage lives. Back in the days of Led Zeppelin 8-tracks, TaB colas, and Farrah Fawcett posters, "That '70s Show" continues to flashback to the times where bell bottoms were the hip thing. Set in the Wisconsin suburbs, Eric Forman (Topher Grace) lives under the authority of his parents, Red and Kitty (Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp). Next door is his girfriend/neighbor, Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon) and her parents Bob and Midge (Don Stark and Tanya Roberts). The rest of the gang includes Jackie (Mila Kunis), and her on again-off again boyfriend, Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), Hyde (Danny Masterson), a conspiracy theorist who believes Xerox will take over the world, and Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), a foreign exchange student who is soaking up American culture like a sponge. The gang mostly likes to spend their time in Eric's basement, pondering their lives, parents, and their futures, but they get into many funny mishaps and adventures in their teenage lives
Set in the '70s, the story revolves around a group of teenage friends and a couple of their parents. During the show's existence, it never failed to keep me hooked (okay, the eight season didn't do much good) and I still love to watch the reruns of the show.
The gang consists of Eric, the funny and clever guy, who's so confused that you've got to laugh ever time he messes something up. His teenage love is Donna, the "bigfoot" red-head, a more manly version of Eric. Her friend is Jackie, the stupid, yet rich and sexy cheerleader; and her boyfriend is Michael Kelso, another stupid boy. The team also includes Hyde and Fez, two great contributions to the gang. I really can't play favorites in this series because each character has a different thing that's great about them. One of them is confused, one afraid of the government agency, then there's the weird foreign guy, the spoiled rich girl and so many other qualities that I just loved about this show.
The older part of the cast includes Kitty and Red Forman, Eric's parents, and Bob and Midge Pinciotti, then later Leo. Kitty and Red were always great, but I started to like them even better when Kitty started drinking. Red was always the same old grumpy guy, which is what I love about the character. Bob was just so crazy, and Midge was just so stupid that you had to love her. Same for Leo. With them in the combination with the youngsters, I just don't see where the show could fail.
When it comes to the seasons, my favorite would be Seasons 4-6, followed by seasons 1, 2, 3 and 7 (in no particular order). Sadly, the final season is the worst. I just hated that they even did it. I would have loved if they ended the show during the seventh season and wrapped it up nicely. That's why, during the reruns, I always avoid the eight season. It destroys my perfect picture of the series, and that's why I always pretend like the eight season never even existed. However, the first seven season were just amazing. An absolute classic.
This blast from the past takes place between 1975-1979. The show has many main characters. The biggest character to start the show is Eric Foreman, high school son of former war vet Red Foreman and Nurse, Kitty Foreman. Eric is in love with his next door neighbor Donna Pinsciotti who parents Bob and Midge are pretty out there and wild. Eric has 3 best friends, Steven Hyde, Michael Kelso, and Fez. To start the show Kelso has a girlfriend from the same high school Jackie Burkhart. Jackie later ends up dating Hyde and ends the show with Fez. Season's 1-7 are remarkable and extremely funny. They have clever stories and smooth plot. Everything always seems to come together with all the characters having pretty much equal time. Season's 1-7 get a 10 out of 10! BUT, Season 8 was dreadful and really put a damper on the show for the fans who had loved the first 8 seasons. The departure of Eric and Kelso, left a huge void in the show. They brought in a character named Randy. He was extremely annoying and unfunny. Lots of fans lost interest when Randy and Donna started to have a fling. It was always lame that Jackie ended up with Fez and not Hyde or Kelso in the final episode. Season 8 gets a 5 out 10.....Overall the show was great the final season just put a cloud over the show as a whole.
That '70's Show is centered around six teenagers and their parents. They have adventures through life, and the whole series is set in the way far out seventies! Where nothing is too hard to get, or too easy, where nothing is too big or too small. No, wait... a lot is too easy, and a lot is too hard. A lot of things are too small, and a lot of things are too big. There are heart attacks, cases of menopause, pregnancies, hippies, over protective mothers, burns, ass kicking comments, and much, much, MUCH more in the great times. Hooray for the '70s!
For me, I watch this show on it's final season. But, I went back into time, seeing future actors and voice actors. I had missed this show TOO much!
In the late 70's, a gang of kids take on the real world. Eric Forman and his waky friends; next door neighbor Donna Pinciotti, stoner half-brother Steven Hyde, hot dolt Michael Kelso, young rich Jackie Burkhert, and Indonadion perv Fez... yeah. I wanna go and explain more, but words fail me. How' bout I just take this time to score it.
Storyline; Almost all of them good.
Characters; All but Randy are sheer perfect.
Humor; All funny ALL the time!
Acting; Ashton Kutcher. Need I say more?
Apart from a poor last season due to the lost of two main caracters who provided the foil for the others, particullarly Eric who was the pivital focus of the entire series. That aside this show provided some great belly laughs by turning the popular family sit com format of the seventies on it's head with some delequent and self centred kids. The producers really worked on the seventies feel by using furniture, clothes and props from the period sorced from op shops and the like. The camera work when the group where in 'the circle' was unique and made you feel like you were in the caracters position.
This show never fails to make me laugh..it's just hilarious!! The theme song is now something everytime I hear I just....I don't know I can't describe it, but I really love this show, haha...it gives me my daily fix of humour....when I'm not watching drama or action shows, this show will most defiantly be on television if it's on at the time...one of my personal favorites...and there's really not a whole lot else that I can find to say about it, it's just funny, and a super cool show, not to mention that I love Ashton Kutcher...haha. Especially in punk'd which I guess I'll go write a review on now. :P
Yes Yes YES! That 70's show is really great. I love it. I love watching the family channel. Its so great for the whole family. (obviously) lol my boy friend got me started on it not too long ago and i watch it every time its on every time i get the chance. GOSH these reviews have to be long as hell. i dont even knwo what else to write but i really like that show and i think it should have lots of new episodes cause i keep seeing re runs and they are good the first couple times but then they suck.
That 70s Show in my opinion is a really unique format - who would have thought that a show set in the 70s would be received well in the 21st century? The main thing I love is that there is the important 70s nostalgia that is the essence of the show so that people like my parents who actually grew up then can relate to it, but it doesn't flood the plot, so those of us who grew up in later decades can still enjoy it.
It's a real pity this show went downhill dramatically in season 8, when it had a chance to end more decently in season 7 - the show just wasn't the same without Eric and Kelso, and it's hard to believe the writers felt that they could pull off another season without them.
This is thee best sitcom i've ever seen! If you're a teenager and enjoy joking around you will definitely enjoy watching this, i know i do. This is one of those shows that you just get hooked on. The show has some very rememberable characters and sences. One of my favourite characters is Leo, hes the wacked out hippie(not a main character). I recommend you watch the earlier seasons of the show, mainly because the show makes more sence if you watch it in order. The last season though was my least favourite of them all, but its still good... i think it could have been better though. Overall this show is just plain groovy and freakin hilarious. If you were never around in the 70s, just watch this to see how it was like back then. To be honest i could tell you all day long why i believe this is the greatest show very but i don't have that much time on my hands to do that. Hope this is of use to you!?!
I think that this show was the original drama for teens everywhere. It shows the problems of school, work, friends, stupid friends, foreign friends, and relationships with our parents, girls, etc. You got Red the hardass to everyone but really just cares about them to much and will never admit it. Got the town doorknob and Eric's sister Lori, the idiot Kelso, Kitty the over protective mother, Donna the main characters girlfriend, Jackie the btich, Hyde the hippie, and Fez the weird foreign friend that everyone has. Bob the pimp, Midge with the giant jugs. The parodies and acts that goes on during this show is classic and irreplaceable.
"That 70's Show" is a funny sitcom that takes place in the 1970's. I'm not really sure about the exact storyline, but all I know is that it's pretty darn funny. The first episode I saw was, "(Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and I thought it was terrific. I never watched the show during it's run, nor when it got started on ABC Family, but one night there was nothing else on so I watched it. I was hooked instantly. Unfortunately, that was the last episode to air that day. But i'll be sure to tune in next time it's on! Great show 10/10
This show just has everything comedy stands for :).
It's so funny, original, witty, daring, ... The humour in this show isn't lame, it just knows where to hit. It's such a shame it ended, but we'll always have reruns :D. Maybe at the end, they had to find more and more original plotlines, so it wasn't as good as usual... But for years they have made people laugh, and they'll probably keep doing so, thanks to the reruns. So maybe you already got my point, but I want to say it again: this show rules, rocks, kicks ass and so much more!
I like this show because of all the teenage humour. You have just about every kind of teen in that show. Eric is the skinny, star wars geek. Donna(Erics gf) the smart one of the girls. Jackie is the rich, instyle, annoying girl. Laurie(Eric's sister) is the hore. Hyde/Steven is the strongest one and cool one of the boys. Michael/Kelso is the good looking dumb one that can be mature at times but normally the one that the gang beats up. Fez is the foriegner that at first doesn't fit in but in the end he sort of popular. You find plenty of these people every day but this is put on television with alot of jokes. Soemtimes it can be pointless but most of the time it's just really funny.
Basically, this show lasted for years, but damn, it was a good show. I watch the show everyday I can catch it, if its on The N, FX, or ABC Family. Funniest character, i'd have to say Fez, 'cause half of the time I dont know what the hell he's saying. Favorite characters and both Eric, and Hyde/Hide. Eric was the main character couldnt help but make him my favorite, and Hyde..was just damn funny Donna and Jackie, they were a great part of the show. If it was from whoring with Kelso, or pretty much kissing Eric, they were funny at times.
Great show, I dont know why they cancelled it, maybe because Topher Grace had better shows/movies to do. Great show.
This show was funny because it brought to audiences, an on screen dipiction of every problem possible for an american family and their friends, blew it up, and served it to you with laughter. It can't be said that this show is like other sit-coms of the era though. It had just the right amount of raciness to keep me watching. Probably not ok for anyone under 4, but entertaing until 20. It reached and connected with a a large audience. The alcohol, cross-dressing, perversion, pot-smoking and sex resonates with a disturbing number of people, myself included. It gives us a new, unflattering, yet very funny view of what life in the 70's was like. Personally makes me regret that I wasnt born yet.
Eric's stupid mistakes, Kelso and Fez's retard and perverted actions, Hyde's mischievousness (which is a word by the way I didn't know that), Red's reaction to their dumb mistakes, Kitty's drinking and somewhat bipolar actions, and the hot Jackie and Donna, this show is so hilarious. I can not get enough of that. And of course Red's foot in you know where jokes. I love this show. The on and off relationships of Jackie and Kelso, Jackie and Hyde, Eric and Donna, are sad but sometimes can be somewhat funny. Especially when they make fun of each other about it. This show takes place in the past yet to me ahead of its time.
This show is one of my favorites! I cannot believe it would end so soon. even though it did last a long time it should still be going. It's got all the comidy you could ever want in a show! it's just plain halarious! the life of this show was cut short and was waaaaaay too funny for itself!!!! the love of this show is amazing. I would love to see it come back if they could do that. a great show for teens! All the actors are forever funny and great! it will leave you completly addicted to the show!
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T h a t 7 0 ' s s h o w i s j u s t a b o u t e v e r y t h i n g w e l o v e a b o u t t e l e v i s i o n . E x t r e m e l y F u n n y , A n d J u s t P l a i n R a n d o m B u l l s h i t . This show is excellent, and yes, i need my daily fix.
Every single character and every single episode is hysterical in my opinion. This show is brilliant. All the characters are basically total opposites and they don't discriminate against anyone, they have all types of people. There really is no way that you could hate anyone part of the gang besides season eight characters. Anyway, I am a little disappointed by season eight, the show wasn't as funny without Eric and Michael and the new characters were annoying, but still the show was very funny. This show is amazing and totally original. Anyone who was born in the 70s or not will love this absolutely fabulous show!
It's like, one of my favorite shows.... until season eight happened and tore it all down.
Obviously, I'm a bit biased, because I'm possibly one of the biggest Jackie/Hyde fans out there, but still. They made that entire story line very contrived and pathetic by adding Sam in. Even with the end of season seven, they could have made a better ending with some closure.
Not only that, but with Eric and Kelso gone, a lot of the humor and charm disappeared. I'm probably the only person on the face of the Earth that actually liked Randy, but he was obly a substitution and nothing more.
Overall, it was a fantastic show, but the last season is probably the worst final season I've seen on any show ever.
Before my time is right-its very right. Set in the 1970s, that '70s show brings up the differences, AND, the harder to spot similiarities.
Sure, the clothes songs and several of the effects are pre-historic, as are the hairstyles and habits, but that does NOT make it any less funny.
After all, we're just the upgraded, beefed up version of them.
Anyway, I can draw about a million reasons as to why i relate to these show, but of the more prominent similarities would be the conversations... but maybe thats not something to be proud of.
Of the best episodes are the flashback ones, as you gwt to look back on the series so far, and/or they're younger versions.
Thats all for now, see ya!
This show is my favirote i watch it all the time. I have most of the seasons on DVD and im plaining to get more.One of my faviote parts of the show is the 360 scenes.The characters in the show are all awsome i love them all they probbly are the best characters on Tv in my opinion.The humor is awsome in this show the jokes are hilarious.Even when i watch a rerun i cant help but laugh at the jokes ive alredy herd.Without a doubt this show will go down in history as a classic.This show is awsome i love it!
That 70's show has always been a favorite of mine; ever since my sister got the dvd third season. From then on I would buy every season out.
Ever wonder why it took so long for the 6th season dvd to come out and not the others? Due to a change in manufacture The company decided to change the size in the dvd package. making it smaller with only 2 cases that hold 4 disks. It's to help the environment and save trees.
Some Things were never told in the end. I thought it was weird that Jackie had gotten to the point of marrying both Michael and Hyde. Its also sad that Michael's (The first to date Jackie)'s relationship never came back up after the 4th season.
In the end, almost everything was explained with Donna and Eric sitting on the hood of the car.
Carsey Werner said that they could have aimed for 9 seasons but I suppose they didn't because ratings might have dropped if Eric was not in that season as well.
So, it feels like another series has ended just like the 70's has faded away...
Hyde: "Hey, did you guys ever heard about that car that runs on water? It's got a fiber glass air-cooled engine and it runs on water, man!
Michael: "It's like we never run out of things to talk about down here."
Jackie: "We knew you burn-outs would be down here."
Donna: "You guys it's almost midnight and Mrs. Forman is pouring the Champagne."
Eric: "Hey you guys, last one up stairs... Has to call Red a dumbass!"
Michael: "Aww Man.."
I guess its a good show. It has a lot of funny moments, but sometimes it can be annoying! Especially Ashton!! OH, man..that guy is too much stupid in that show! But, besides him it's OK. I had a lot of laugh, to be honest! But, the show wasn't the same after the main character went. The one thing that i truly liked was the intro, hahah... Oh, and the hottest of them all was that latino boy :)) Not so much at the beginning but later, he was soo damn hot! Yeah, i am recommending this show, its nice when u get used to it:D
On that 70s Show there are 8 complete seasons and 204 episodes.
The cast of the show includes:
Topher Grace as Eric Forman
Laura Prepon as Donna Pinciotti
Danny Masterson as Steven Hyde
Wilmer Valderamma as Fez
Ashton Kutcher as Michael Kelso
Mila Kunis as Jackie Beulah Burckhart
Kurtwood Smith as Red Forman
Debra Jo Rupp as Kitty Forman
Don Stark as Bob Pinciotti
These are the other cast that aren't shown a lot in the show:
Tanya Roberts as Midge Pinciotti(Season 1-3)
Lisa Robin Kelly as Laurie Forman (Season 2-3)
Tommy Chong as Leo (Season 4 & 8)
The writers of the show are : Dean Batali, Rob Des Hotel, Philip Stark, Eric Gilliland, Joshua Sternin, Jeffrey Ventimilia, Bonnie Turner, Terry Turner, John Schwab, Linda Wallem, Gregg Mettler, Jeff Filgo, Jackie Behan, Mark Brazill, Dave Schiff, Mark Hudis, Arthur F. Montmorency, Marc Hudis, Bob DesHotel, Chris Peterson, Jackie Filgo, Jack Filgo, Kristin Newman, Bryan Moore, Sarah McLaughlin, Will Forte, Garry Bormet, Allan Dybner, Patrick Kienlen, Alan Dybner, Bryon Moore, Jennifer Keene.
The directors of the show are:
Terry Hughes, David Trainer, Brad Lachman.
The executive producers of the show are:
Marcy Carsey, Mark Brazill, Terry Turner, Bonnie Turner, Tom Werner, Caryn Mandabach.
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