History Series / That70sShow

7th Feb '16 8:02:58 PM nombretomado
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* SpinOff: An indirect one with ''Series/That80sShow'', set in 1984 San Diego. It didn't include anyone from this show (though [[RetroactiveRecognition it did have the actors who would later play Dennis Reynolds, Charlie Kelly, and Carmen the male-to-female transsexual]][[note]]Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, and Brittany Daniel[[/note]] on ''ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' and Jack, the [[MarriedWithChildren Al Bundy]] expy, from the WB's ''Unhappily Ever After'') and was heavily criticized for being a wannabe ''That 70s Show'', leading to its cancellation after only a season.
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* SpinOff: An indirect one with ''Series/That80sShow'', set in 1984 San Diego. It didn't include anyone from this show (though [[RetroactiveRecognition it did have the actors who would later play Dennis Reynolds, Charlie Kelly, and Carmen the male-to-female transsexual]][[note]]Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, and Brittany Daniel[[/note]] on ''ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' and Jack, the [[MarriedWithChildren [[Series/MarriedWithChildren Al Bundy]] expy, from the WB's ''Unhappily Ever After'') and was heavily criticized for being a wannabe ''That 70s Show'', leading to its cancellation after only a season.
7th Feb '16 9:10:34 AM SirVancelot131
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-->'''Hyde:''' "What's convenient isn't always what's best. If it was, this frozen pizza wouldn't taste like monkey butt."
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-->'''Hyde:''' "What's convenient isn't always what's best. If it was, this frozen pizza wouldn't taste like monkey butt."" Kelso would disagree, however.
20th Jan '16 3:32:45 PM RadiatedRonin
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--> '''Eric''': "She said that she likes speed." --> '''Red''': "Oh, ''that'' girl. I know ''that'' girl. (beat) Stay away from that girl."
13th Jan '16 7:06:58 PM SirVancelot131
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** Also, when Red decides to help Eric prank Kelso.
8th Jan '16 10:31:27 AM Lopiny
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Not just de-wicking a cut trope, but deleting a stupid ZCE as well.
* BlessedAreTheCheesemakers : Bob.
3rd Jan '16 1:57:42 PM BobSaget9
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* TemptingFate: What was the last think Eric said to his grandmother before she died?
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* TemptingFate: What was the last think thing Eric said to his grandmother before she died?
1st Jan '16 4:44:28 PM themisterfree
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*** Well, the Kenosha part's in dispute- see further down the page.

* [[WhereTheHellIsSpringfield Where The Hell Is Point Place?]]: Point Place was never given a specific location within the state of Wisconsin- sometimes it was stated they were in the "Greater Kenosha Area", sometimes they were close to Green Bay (especially when Red, Eric and the gang went to a Packers game), sometimes they were closer to Milwaukee. Chicago was also referenced a few times (it's where Kelso moved to in the final season), so that doesn't really help anything.
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* [[WhereTheHellIsSpringfield Where The Hell Is Point Place?]]: Point Place was never given a specific location within the state of Wisconsin- sometimes it was stated they were in the "Greater Kenosha Area", sometimes they were close to Green Bay (especially when Red, Eric and the gang went to a Packers game), sometimes they were closer to Milwaukee. Chicago was also referenced a few times (it's where Kelso moved to in the final season), so that doesn't really help anything. The old Fox website said it was set in the fictional "Greater Oshkosh Area", and Bonnie Turner based it off a section of Toledo, Ohio (where she grew up) called Point Place.
21st Dec '15 9:18:45 AM gallium
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* LanguageFluencyDenial: Fez tries to use this excuse when the gang are busted by the Mounties when trying to cross the border with Canadian beer.
20th Dec '15 4:57:58 PM Anicomicgeek
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: ** Eric turns into a ''Franchise/StarWars'' fan who is a huge geek about it; and the other characters easily get tired of his habit of constantly making irrelevant references to the movies. However, an early episode has the characters watching ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/NewNewHope'', and all of them like it, with no hint that Eric is especially enthralled by it; if anything, Kelso is the one who is too obsessed with it. Hyde, Donna, or Jackie show no sign that they feel it's a GuiltyPleasure or that "only a geek would like it" (certainly their stance in the later episodes, when making fun of Eric). Red's attitude, however, is consistent, with no need for any {{Retcon}} at all; he has only scorn for ''Franchise/StarWars'' in both the early episode and the later seasons. ** In an early episode, Red, who supported Nixon, was shown to have criticized Ford for pardoning Nixon. ** Red wasn't as much of a jerk, Eric was far less of a DeadpanSnarker and more a put-upon, everyman, ThisLoserIsYou kinda guy. This didn't really change ''that'' much, but he did start developing real flaws beyond a lack of assertiveness later on. ** Hyde has a crush on Donna, making him the third of the love triangle the creators were writing at the time. This went nowhere, and in later seasons, Hyde doesn't even act like he sees Donna as anything more than one of the guys. ** Fez, of all people, calls Kelso "stupid" after listening to a tape they made of themselves talking while high. In later seasons, it would be Hyde, or even Eric, and Fez would jump to his defense.

* The high school's strict, boring principal/teacher appeared a few times in the first season, but was phased out pretty early on.
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* ** The high school's strict, boring principal/teacher appeared a few times in the first season, but was phased out pretty early on.

** Red wasn't as much of a jerk, Eric was far less of a DeadpanSnarker and more a put-upon, everyman, ThisLoserIsYou kinda guy. This didn't really change ''that'' much, but he did start developing real flaws beyond a lack of assertiveness later on. ** Hyde has a crush on Donna, making him the third of the love triangle the creators were writing at the time. This went nowhere, and in later seasons, Hyde doesn't even act like he sees Donna as anything more than one of the guys. ** Fez, of all people, calls Kelso "stupid" after listening to a tape they made of themselves talking while high. In later seasons, it would be Hyde, or even Eric, and Fez would jump to his defense.

* UnnecessaryMakeover : Donna and Jackie give one to Big Rhonda in "Red And Stacey," in time for Rhonda's date with Fez.
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* UnnecessaryMakeover : UnnecessaryMakeover: InUniverse, Donna and Jackie give one to Big Rhonda in "Red And Stacey," in time for Rhonda's date with Fez. Fex doesn't like it.
1st Dec '15 5:29:13 PM SirVancelot131
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** In no less than four segments in the circle, Hyde mentions a car that runs on water, man. The [[BookEnds first and last episodes]] of the series are among these.
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