History Series / That70sShow

8th Mar '17 1:15:16 PM Ezclee4050
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* RealSongThemeTune: A cover of Music/BigStar's "In the Street". By Cheap Trick, no less, a group who are substantially more famous than Big Star. Random score for a then-fledgling sitcom. In later seasons, the theme song would be appended to feature the line "we're all alright", from Cheap Trick's hit "Surrender".

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* RealSongThemeTune: A cover of Music/BigStar's "In the Street". By Cheap Trick, Music/CheapTrick, no less, a group who are substantially more famous than Big Star. Random score for a then-fledgling sitcom. In later seasons, the theme song would be appended to feature the line "we're all alright", from Cheap Trick's hit "Surrender".
8th Mar '17 1:14:23 PM Ezclee4050
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* RealSongThemeTune: A cover of Big Star's "In the Street". By Cheap Trick, no less, a group who are substantially more famous than Big Star. Random score for a then-fledgling sitcom. In later seasons, the theme song would be appended to feature the line "we're all alright", from Cheap Trick's hit "Surrender".

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* RealSongThemeTune: A cover of Big Star's Music/BigStar's "In the Street". By Cheap Trick, no less, a group who are substantially more famous than Big Star. Random score for a then-fledgling sitcom. In later seasons, the theme song would be appended to feature the line "we're all alright", from Cheap Trick's hit "Surrender".
8th Mar '17 6:42:47 AM themisterfree
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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 Creator/{{Fox}} from 1998 to 2006, becoming the network's second-longest-running live-action sitcom after ''Series/MarriedWithChildren''.

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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 Creator/{{Fox}} from 1998 to 2006, becoming the network's second-longest-running live-action sitcom after ''Series/MarriedWithChildren''.
''Series/MarriedWithChildren'', as well as the final series from Creator/CarseyWerner to end its' run (indeed, they haven't done ''anything'' since then).
1st Mar '17 10:56:29 PM moi67
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** Roy (see EnsembleDarkHorse on the YMMV page), as well. It's not explained when or how Eric and Hyde stop working in the restaurant. At the end of the sixth season, they're still employed, then at the beginning of the seventh season, Eric starts his "year of doing nothing", and Hyde later starts working [[spoiler: at his dad's record store]]. They're never shown actually quitting or getting fired from the restaurant.

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** Roy (see EnsembleDarkHorse on the YMMV page), as well. It's not explained when or how Eric and Hyde stop working in the restaurant. At the end of the sixth season, they're still employed, then at the beginning of the seventh season, Eric starts his "year of doing nothing", and Hyde later starts working [[spoiler: at his dad's record store]]. They're never shown actually quitting or getting fired from the restaurant.restaurant, though Eric says in season 7 episode 1 that he quits.
23rd Feb '17 7:34:22 PM DustSnitch
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* LastSupperSteal: In an early episode of ''Series/That70sShow'', after Eric agrees to streak at a political rally with his friends, he informs the rest of the group that nobody can find out since "If my father finds out what we're planned, he will nail me to the wall," at which point a heavenly glow seems to hit the table and everyone is frozen in the poses from ''Art/TheLastSupper'' with Eric as Christ.
--> Jackie: ''(walking by)'' Why are you all sitting on one side of the table?
21st Feb '17 6:45:28 PM ajbit26
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%%* GrandFinale: New Year's Eve, 1979.

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%%* * GrandFinale: New Year's Eve, 1979.1979, the day the 70's died.



* TheLadette: Donna

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* TheLadette: DonnaDonna.
20th Feb '17 6:07:10 PM jenmic
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** Also when she talks about "trashy people" even though her father is in jail and her mom is a gold digger.
9th Feb '17 11:49:46 AM Gosicrystal
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* DisproportionateRetribution: When Eric accidentally kills Donna's cat, he tries hard to say it in a way that wouldn't hurt her. Donna gets incredibly pissed with him and rebuffs every attempt he makes to try to make her feel better from attending the cat's funeral to giving her another kitten. It takes [[TheDitz Jackie]] to tell her how incredibly childish she's being, especially when she tries comparing her hurt feelings to Jackie's who was rightfully upset about catching Kelso and Laurie.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: When Eric accidentally kills Donna's cat, he tries hard to say it in a way that wouldn't hurt her. Donna gets incredibly pissed with him and rebuffs every attempt he makes to try to make her feel better from attending the cat's funeral to giving her another kitten. It takes [[TheDitz Jackie]] to tell her how incredibly childish she's being, especially when she tries comparing her hurt feelings to Jackie's who was rightfully upset about catching Kelso and Laurie. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome for Jackie who usually is the one called out on blowing things out of proportion.



** Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome for Jackie who usually is the one called out on blowing things out of proportion.

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** Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome * DistinctionWithoutADifference: In "Parents Find Out", Fez calls Hyde and Kelso shallow for Jackie who usually is the one called out on blowing things out of proportion.not wanting to meet their secret dates because they look old. Kelso responds with: "I'm not shallow, I'm just judging them by their looks!"



* GirlNextDoor: Donna

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* GirlNextDoor: DonnaDonna.



* GrandFinale: New Year's Eve, 1979.

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* %%* GrandFinale: New Year's Eve, 1979.



-->'''Bob''': I tell them the cheaper one will cost them more in the long-run, [[EverybodyHatesMathematics which is a mathematical impossibility]],[[note]]This is true of cars, but a TV doesn't require fuel, and when it goes bad, you generally throw it away[[/note]] but they buy it anyway.

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-->'''Bob''': -->'''Bob:''' I tell them the cheaper one will cost them more in the long-run, [[EverybodyHatesMathematics which is a mathematical impossibility]],[[note]]This is true of cars, but a TV doesn't require fuel, and when it goes bad, you generally throw it away[[/note]] but they buy it anyway.



* HugeSchoolgirl: The aforementioned Big Rhonda. Donna is a subversion as she's very tall and strong, but is actually very confident too.

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* HugeSchoolgirl: The aforementioned Big Rhonda. Donna is a subversion as she's very tall and strong, but is actually very confident too.



* NoExceptYes: In "Parents Find Out", Fez calls Hyde and Kelso shallow for not wanting to meet their secret dates because they look old. Kelso responds with: "I'm not shallow, I'm just judging them by their looks!"
8th Feb '17 1:07:38 PM landmark356
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* BracesOfOrthodonticOverkill: Kelso had these in middle school.
8th Feb '17 12:35:02 PM landmark356
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* InLoveWithYourCarnage: In "Cat Fight", Fez admits to being turned on by Jackie kicking Laurie's ass in a fight.
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