That '70s Show

Season 4 Episode 24

That '70s Musical

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 30, 2002 on FOX
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That '70s Musical
Fez fantasizes about several musical numbers featuring himself and the rest of the gang while he gets ready for a school concert.

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  • Disco era... Gotta love it!

    My favorite episode it brings back a lot of memories of when I was growing up during the disco era
  • brilliant!

    The only thing that bothers me is - why have godlike Roger Daltrey as a guest star if he doesn't have to sing in this episode?
  • A rendition of many famous classic episodes jammed into a half an hour of Fez's day dreaming!

    One of the most creative ways to make a musical out of a show. This episode compiles songs that e v e r y o n e knows. It is a hilarious watch and the finale is even better! Fez is singing in the school chior and wants his friends to be there to see it. All throughout the show his day dreams are expressed for anyone and everyone to see. It adds the humor and twice the fun when the writers made fun of the Brady Bunch. They also kept the characters personalities in tact, when they were singing. All in all, a great episode!

    Fez : [singsong voice] Some people call me the space cowboy.

    Eric: No, nobody calls you that...moreless
  • The best "special" episode ever!

    I could watch this episode over and over. I am not sure if its all the actors singing the whole time but they danced and danced well! It must have taken a long time to get to know all the moves. Not only was it awesome to watch everyone sing and dance around but it was also very funny when they weren't.
  • The milestone of that 70's show.

    A great show that showcased the hilarious musical talents of the cast.

    My favorite tributes were "Happy Together" and "on the run", but the overall show was a great trip from the usual storylines and was just a chance to sit back and laugh your ass off at Fez's excitedness and growing anger. This is truly Fez's episode, as he had to carry the load for the entire duration.

    If you don't like musicals, give this one a miss, but if you do, give it a shot.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • Fez: The British have always hated my people. We won the war buddy, get over it!

      In this episode, Fez confirms that his country not only fought in a war, but won it. This directly contradicts his comment in A New Hope, where he says:
      Fez: My country never fought in a war.

    • In Hyde's Birthday, Kelso would not let Eric or Donna stand on the roof of his van. However in this episode, Eric is on the roof of the van while they are toilet papering the house.

    • The cowboy theme pajamas Eric wears when in bed with Hyde and Fez are the same ones that Hyde wears in the season 3 episode Hyde's Father.

    • The music used in this episode was:
      (as sung by the cast)
      Sing (1973) by The Carpenters;
      Happy Together (1967) by the The Turtles;
      The Joker (1973) by the Steve Miller Band;
      Love Hurts (1975) by Nazareth;
      Shake Your Groove Thing (1978) by Peaches & Herb.
      (not sung by the cast)
      Blitzkrieg Bop (1976) by Ramones;
      Karn Evil 9 (1973) by Emerson Lake & Palmer.

  • QUOTES (10)

    • Mr. Wilkinson: I'm moving you to the back row. So that no one can hear that squawk box that you call a voice.
      Fez: The back row? But the back row is for the untalented and the ugly. Ah, you're no fun!

    • Leo: (to Fez) Hey! Where's that dude and that other dude and that girl and that dude and the other girl?

    • Mr. Wilkinson: (whispering) Imbecile, you're on.
      Fez: Well that's my cue.

    • (Fez is imagining the gang making fun of him behind his back)
      Hyde: Oh, guys. Fez's concert is about to start, which means we have three more hours without his sorry ass! Let's eat his candy!
      Donna: Yeah! (imitating Fez) My name is Fez! I love candy! Whore! Good day! I said good day!
      Eric: Yeah! And the best part is that idiot actually thinks I'm his friend! Like I care! I wish he were dead! Hey, we should kill him!
      Kelso: No, I got a better idea. Let's sing without him!

    • Red: Don't let the bed bugs put their foot in your ass!

    • Fez: Some people call me the space cowboy!
      Eric: No, nobody calls you that. And if anyone's the space cowboy, it's me.
      Hyde: What! Your dreams, Forman. I'm widely acknowledged as the space cowboy of this group. And I call midnight toker!

    • Kitty: That is always wonderful. One time they had a quartet, dressed as cows, and they sang "Blue Moo-on".(laughing) They were cows.

    • Mr. Wilkinson: Now remember, singing is all about the use of the diaphragm. (All the girls laugh) And what so funny about the proper use of the diaphragm? It's the muscle you breathe with, below your bosoms. (Tthe girls laugh again)

    • (after imagining himself and the gang singing)
      Fez: Well, what do you think?
      Leo: I think whatever you're on, I'll take two of 'em!

    • Mr. Wilkinson: Have you ever been brought to tears by the warbling tremor of your own voice?
      Fez: No, because I am a man.

  • NOTES (7)

    • The tag in this episode is a blooper reel, instead of the usual additional scene.

    • Melina Root (Costume Designer) and Johnny Foam (Costume Supervisor) were nominated for an Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Costumes for a Series" for their work in this episode.

    • Garvin Eddy (Production Designer) and Tara Stephenson (Set Decorator) were nominated for an Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series" for their work in this episode.

    • Marguerite Pomerhn Derricks won an American Choreography Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Television - Episodic or Sitcom" for this episode.

    • Blitzkrieg Bop is the only song that has been removed and replaced by generic music in the syndicated version of the episode.

    • Roger Daltrey was a the lead singer of the band The Who in the late '60s and thoughout the '70s.

    • This special episode marks That '70s Show's 100th episode.


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