Series: That '70s Show. Not a thing to do, but talk to you. We're all alright! We're all alright. This show is about teenager Eric Forman and his friends and family living their lives in Point Place, Wisconsin through the years 1976 to 1979. Remarkably, despite only three years passing through the whole series' universe, it ran for eight seasons on Fox from 1998 to 2006, becoming the network's second-longest-running live-action sitcom after Married. with Children. Part of the humor came from anachronisms playing off modern audiences, such as the amazing video game graphics of Pong.
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That ' 70s Show en streaming. Point Place, petite ville imaginaire du Wisconsin. À la fin des années 1970, Donna Pinciotti est la voisine et petite amie d'Eric. Vidéo That's 70's Show - [4x24] - En avant la musique - FR - - fez doit donner un spectacle musical le probleme ses amis ne viennent pas donc il simagine.
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The show's recurring running gag was that the teens often went down to Eric's basement for a "circle". Probably the best drug use humor ever used on any TV show.
Even though it was never (explicitly) stated what they were really doing down there, you can pretty much guess (the camera in the circle represented the "item" being passed around). The occasional lighter being flashed and/or puffs of smoke billowing in the background help too. The show also employed other techniques such as scene transitions of the actors dancing in front of colorful backgrounds, split screens, scenes shown from a singular point of view (expressed through a handheld camera) and fantasy sequences. That '70s Show contains examples of the following tropes:. After Tommy Chong went to prison, Bobcat Goldthwait appeared as Leo's cousin, implying he was going to be his replacement. He never appeared again. The episode "A New Hope" featured plot points that were apparently meant to continue into a subsequent episode, most glaringly David Milbank and his attempts to court Donna.
But for whatever reason, the writers didn't follow up on it, and David was never seen or mentioned again. Attempts to give Eric a Catchphrase (Yes, yes!) petered out early in the first season. Actually Pretty Funny. When Eric tells Red that his (Red's) mother died immediately after Eric told her "I don't think being nice for a whole day would kill you.
", there's a beat where Red looks at Eric with his usual stern demeanour, before he bursts into laughter. Adam Westing. Semi-regular Tommy Chong. essentially playing a Captain Ersatz of himself. The Alcatraz. Red turns the house into one in "Red Sees Red". All Girls Want Bad Boys.
This is part of Donna's attraction to Kelso's brother Casey (along with his car), who even Kelso realizes is bad news. It was also the reason why a cashier at Price-Mart that Red was trying to set up on a date with Eric ended up falling for Red himself instead - Hyde explains to Eric that the cashier loved Red because he was a "hardass. All Guys Want Cheerleaders. Inverted with Hyde, who, among other reasons, doesn't want to date Jackie because she's a cheerleader, thus a "square", opposed to him. However, after they get together, she once does a dance for him in her uniform.
Alternate Future Me Scares Me. In one episode, Eric's guardian angel takes him into an alternate timeline in which he'd never dated Donna—including a foray into the 80s, where Donna is married (with kids) to Hyde, and Alternate!Eric is a hopeless loser. Notable because even though it was an alternate timeline, it was the only time the show ever accurately depicted the 1980s (70s!Eric even remarks on "The Safety Dance," which will be released five years into his future). Always Camp.
Fez. A Real Man Is a Killer. Red enjoys killing things, ranging from the deer and fish he kills during his hunting and fishing trips to the squirrels that he shoots with a pellet gun. He occasionally goes on solo hunting and fishing trips when he's very angry and needs to cool down, and Eric noted that Red found gutting worms on a hook to be very therapeutic.
Red: I killed people (in the Korean War ), never said that I didn't enjoy it. Note that Red doesn't believe the trope himself — on the hunting trip, when Eric missed an easy shot on a deer, Red berated him for that, but relented when Eric made a much more difficult shot on a tin can and admitted he missed on purpose because he didn't want to kill the deer. Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking :.
Kitty. I have put up with a lot of weird things in this neighborhood. Hot tubs. Wife swapping. Jogging.
Red. So what's it gonna be, Steven? Death, prison, or a birthday party.