History YMMV / That70sShow

14th Jun '16 4:38:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* CanonSue: Randy to the nth degree. He had all of the best attributes of Kelso (ChickMagnet) and Eric (DeadpanSnarker) with none of their flaws, ''[[CreatorsPet Red adored him]]'', he hooked up with Donna, but she dumps him, and became [[TheHead the group's leader]] out of nowhere. He was like a really bad self-insert character.

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* CanonSue: Randy to the nth degree. He had all of the best attributes of Kelso (ChickMagnet) and Eric (DeadpanSnarker) with none of their flaws, ''[[CreatorsPet Red adored him]]'', he hooked up with Donna, but she dumps him, and became [[TheHead the group's leader]] leader out of nowhere. He was like a really bad self-insert character.
2nd May '16 1:35:13 AM shamblingdead2
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** Also in Season 5, after [[spoiler: Jackie and Hyde break up because he cheats on her]], a distraught Hyde turns on the radio to a country music station and says he finally gets country music. [[Series/TheRanch Cue 2016]].
28th Apr '16 7:04:54 AM shamblingdead2
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** [[Series/TheOffice Stanley Hudson]] appears in a brief role as a janitor at the Ted Nugent concert the gang attends in Season 3.
15th Apr '16 10:48:06 AM needlessexposition
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* Jackie and Fez's RelationshipUpgrade comes pretty close as well, especially since a lot of people weren't happy that she didn't get back together with Hyde. She basically went from regarding Fez as a good friend to being head over heels in love with him in the span of a few episodes.

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* ** Jackie and Fez's RelationshipUpgrade comes pretty close as well, especially since a lot of people weren't happy that she didn't get back together with Hyde. She basically went from regarding Fez as a good friend to being head over heels in love with him in the span of a few episodes.
15th Apr '16 10:27:49 AM needlessexposition
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* BaseBreaker: Donna. Some people like her and thinks she adds a lot of funny moments to the show, others think she's a {{Jerkass}} and a {{hypocrite}} who [[StrawFeminist uses feminism to get her way in an argument or some other aspect of her life]] when she has shown she's not above acting like a stereotypical woman if it benefits her somehow. The fact that she often overacts to some of the smaller thing's Eric has done and treats him like crap even when he really ''hasn't'' done anything wrong and never gets called out on it doesn't help.

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* BaseBreaker: Donna. Some people like her and thinks she adds a lot of funny moments to the show, others think she's a {{Jerkass}} and a {{hypocrite}} who [[StrawFeminist uses feminism to get her way in an argument or some other aspect of her life]] when she has shown she's not above acting like a stereotypical woman if it benefits her somehow. The fact that she often overacts to some of the smaller thing's things Eric has done and treats him like crap even when he really ''hasn't'' done anything wrong and never gets called out on it doesn't help.


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** Donna arguably could be one. She's not only regarded as one of the smartest people in the show but the hottest, she's almost always seen as right even if she's wrong, her flaws are minimal compared to the other characters, and she never had the CharacterDevelopment that so many other characters received.
14th Apr '16 1:09:36 AM needlessexposition
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* InformedAttractiveness: Laura Prepon is attractive but just about every male character on the show regards Donna as the hottest girl in Point Place, going so far as to say Eric is out of her league. Meanwhile, Jackie (played by the rather lovely Mila Kunis) isn't widely acknowledged as being pretty until about season 5 when both Eric and Hyde agree that she's actually hot.
13th Apr '16 11:27:08 PM needlessexposition
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* FanPreferredCouple Hyde/Jackie, which is also a subversion; the two ''were'' together for a large chunk of the series (about 3 seasons), but officially ended in season seven after some other temporary break ups.

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* FanPreferredCouple Hyde/Jackie, which is also a subversion; the two ''were'' together for a large chunk of the series (about 3 seasons), but officially ended in season seven after some other temporary break ups. They were very popular with the fandom because they were seen as a surprisingly stable relationship in comparison to Eric and Donna's constant arguments, a stability that only compared to Red and Kitty's relationship. There was a reason why Kelso wanted them to be his daughter's godparents.


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* InformedAttractiveness: Laura Prepon is attractive but just about every male character on the show regards Donna as the hottest girl in Point Place, going so far as to say Eric is out of her league. Meanwhile, Jackie (played by the rather lovely Mila Kunis) isn't widely acknowledged as being pretty until about season 5 when both Eric and Hyde agree that she's actually hot.


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* Jackie and Fez's RelationshipUpgrade comes pretty close as well, especially since a lot of people weren't happy that she didn't get back together with Hyde. She basically went from regarding Fez as a good friend to being head over heels in love with him in the span of a few episodes.
23rd Mar '16 11:34:49 AM rightyo
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** Some Donna defenders would point out that Eric can at times come across as casually chauvinistic and untrusting of Donna, often playing up the jealous, possessive boyfriend type that he was supposed to subvert, and is often equally at fault for the problems that arise in their relationship. Indeed, even among those that shipped the couple conversations would often lead to who was the bigger {{Jerkass}} in the relationship.
16th Mar '16 10:39:35 AM themisterfree
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** Eric himself, especially in regards to his relationship with Donna. The show tries to display him as an idiotic pervert at times who believes too much in old fashion ways[[note]]Mostly thanks to Red[[/note]], but more often than not he makes [[StrawmanHasAPoint far more convincing arguments than the writers intended]], especially when some of the points Donna tries to make boarder-line on flatout [[DomesticAbuse domestic/emotional abuse.]]

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** Eric himself, especially in regards to his relationship with Donna. The show tries to display him as an idiotic pervert at times who believes too much in old fashion fashioned ways[[note]]Mostly thanks to Red[[/note]], but more often than not he makes [[StrawmanHasAPoint far more convincing arguments than the writers intended]], especially when some of the points Donna tries to make boarder-line border-line on flatout [[DomesticAbuse domestic/emotional abuse.]] ]]
14th Mar '16 8:49:53 PM GoTee
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* HarsherInHindsight: A big deal is made of Bob and Midge renewing their vows, which is particularly sweet after they'd thought and argued for so long. And then Midge abruptly leaves him and Donna just two seasons later.

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* HarsherInHindsight: A big deal is made of Bob and Midge renewing their vows, which is particularly sweet after they'd thought fought and argued for so long. And then Midge abruptly leaves him and Donna just two seasons later.
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