That 70's Show

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  • TV-14
  • 1998
  • 8 Seasons
  • 8.0  (157,474)

"That 70s Show" is a sitcom centering around six teenage friends growing up in Point Place, Wisconsin. It aired on the Fox network from 1998 to 2006 and, as the name suggests, was a nostalgic look at the last part of the 1970s. The show was a big ratings-draw for the network. The main characters are Eric (played by Topher Grace), Hyde (played by Danny Masterson), Michael Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), Fez (Wilmer Felderama), Jackie (Mila Kunis), and Donna (Laura Prepon). The teens often hang out in the basement at Eric's house, where he lives with his parents and sister. The show mostly follows Eric's life. Throughout the series, Eric is in love with Donna--the girl next door--and many episodes center around the evolution of their feelings for each other. Jackie is the rich girl at their school. She is first introduced to the friends due to her relationship with Kelso, the pretty boy of the group. Later in the series, she dates Hyde. Hyde is the rebellious, cynical teen. He comes from a dysfunctional broken home but later moves in with Eric's family and reconnects with his biological father. Fez is a foreign exchange student; one of the show's running gags is he never actually reveals his country of origin. He starts out as an awkward, shameless flirt but eventually turns into a real ladies' man--finishing out the series as Jackie's boyfriend. Because the 1970s was a decade of great social and economic change in America, the show often touched on subjects and concerns indicative of the time period. Some subjects were fun--streaking, video games, Penthouse magazine, and the movie Star Wars. Other subjects were quite controversial and compelling--birth control, feminism, divorce, economic hardships, recreational drug use, and attitudes toward sex in the 70s. While the subject matter stayed true to the decade, the series never lost sight of what the show was really about: a group of friends hanging out and growing into adulthood together. They faced the challenges any teenager faces; they fell in and out of love, argued with each other, made each other laugh, caused mayhem together, and learned who they were throughout it all. Any kid in any decade could relate; and that's why this show was a success.

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That '70s Finale
22. That '70s Finale
May 18, 2006
It's the end of an era and what better way to end That 70's Show then to bring in 1980. Everyone gathers at the Forman's for a New Year's Celebration that no one will ever forget.
Love of My Life
21. Love of My Life
May 18, 2006
A friend of Fez's visits and tries to bring him back home since he is so heartbroken over Jackie. Hyde's father has some bad news for him.
Leaving Home Ain't Easy
20. Leaving Home Ain't Easy
May 11, 2006
When Jackie declares her love to Fez and gets turned down, she makes his life miserable until Fez fights back in an all-out war. But when words are exchanged and Fez takes it too far, Jackie isn't the only one who gets hurt. Meanwhile, Bob decides to sell his house and move to Florida, which sparks some life-changing decisions for Donna.
Sheer Heart Attack
19. Sheer Heart Attack
May 4, 2006
Fez's lifestyle as a ladies' man tortures Jackie until he decides to settle down with one woman - crazy Caroline - which forces Jackie to confess her love for him. Will Fez reciprocate her feelings? Meanwhile, Hyde convinces Red to sell his heart medication.
We Will Rock You
18. We Will Rock You
May 4, 2006
At Hyde's rocker bonfire, Jackie tries to win Fez's heart by bonding over their shared love for disco. But even though Fez leaves a make-out session with a girl to help Jackie prevent the disco inferno, it will take more than music to make him realize they are meant for each other. Meanwhile, Kitty and Red learn that their new neighbors are gay, but it's not their lifestyle that Red disagrees with.
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
17. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
April 27, 2006
When Jackie realizes she has feelings for Fez, she turns to Donna for help and sees a therapist for love advice. After the doctor tells her she is only interested in unavailable men, Jackie is relieved until Fez gets dumped and she's still interested. Meanwhile, Hyde tries to keep Red busy with fix-it projects until his plan backfires when Red embraces retirement.
My Fairy King
16. My Fairy King
April 27, 2006
When Samantha's real husband shows up unexpectedly, Hyde learns that his marriage is null and void. Jackie is tired of being single so she creates a list of ideal qualities she wants in a man, only to realize her prince charming is right next door. Meanwhile, Red loses business when a big automotive store opens in town, so he decides to sell his shop and retire.
Keep Yourself Alive
15. Keep Yourself Alive
April 13, 2006
On their way back from the county fair, Fez accidentally throws Kitty's wedding ring out the window. Frustrated, Red takes Kitty home and leaves the kids in the woods to find it. Donna and Randy try to get some time alone, while Fez separates from the group and finds a new fishy friend. Back at home, Red reveals the truth about Kitty's ring.
Son And Daughter
14. Son And Daughter
March 23, 2006
When Hyde's father asks him to housesit while he's out of town, the gang convinces Hyde to throw a party. But when things get out of hand and they accidentally break a signed Peter Frampton guitar, Hyde has some explaining to do. Meanwhile, Kitty uncovers the real reason she's upset Donna is dating Randy.
Spread Your Wings
13. Spread Your Wings
March 16, 2006
As things heat up between Randy and Donna, the gang discovers their growing relationship despite Donna's efforts to keep it a secret. But when Kitty insists that Eric and Donna are meant to be together, Donna questions whether dating Randy is the right move. Meanwhile, Fez tries to impress the ladies by creating a new persona at the salon and gets a little help from smooth '70s icon Isaac Hayes.
Killer Queen
12. Killer Queen
February 9, 2006
Red lets Hyde in on a Valentine's Day secret, Christine opens up to Jackie about her love life, and Randy has big plans for a date.
Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
11. Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
February 2, 2006
Jackie's new job at the station keeps her on edge as she assists psycho boss Christine St. George. Frustrated with Christine's attitude, Jackie tries to win her over with some of Kitty's homemade brownies. Luckily, Jackie's plan works and Christine lightens up, but when Jackie claims the recipe as her own on live television, Kitty is the one who freaks out. Meanwhile, Leo has a crush on Donna.
Sweet Lady
10. Sweet Lady
January 26, 2006
At the salon, Jackie meets local celebrity talk show host Christine St. George and is determined to get a job on her show "What's Up Wisconsin." However, after she finally lands a job as Christine's assistant, Jackie's start in showbiz isn't at all what she expected. Meanwhile, Donna questions Randy's intentions and Hyde gets a lesson on marriage.
Who Needs You
9. Who Needs You
January 19, 2006
When Jackie floods Fez's apartment, Fez almost gets evicted and gives Jackie an ultimatum: stop her freeloading ways or pack up her bags. In an effort to make it up to Fez, Jackie wins over their eccentric landlord and convinces him to let them keep the apartment by sharing her passion for fashion and going shopping with him. Meanwhile, the honeymoon is over for Hyde and Samantha, who get into some heated arguments that warm up Red and Kitty.
Good Company
8. Good Company
January 12, 2006
Fez meets a promiscuous older woman at the salon who is interested in more than just a blowout. But when Kitty realizes that Fez is dating her friend, tension mounts as Kitty's disapproval gets personal. Meanwhile, while searching through Donna's room for gift ideas, Jackie reads about Donna's new secret crush.
Fun It
7. Fun It
December 14, 2005
The gang is bored hanging in the basement, so Randy spices things up by taking everyone out to the local burger joint. But after the grumpy owner causes them grief, Randy seeks revenge by stealing the restaurant's mascot, Fatso the Clown. His idea is a hit until the stolen clown stunt turns into a circus act for the gang.
Long Away
6. Long Away
December 7, 2005
When Donna and Randy spend more time together, Fez and Jackie suspect that there's more going on than just a friendship. However, the foreign friend and his sidekick sleuth quickly learn their lesson when their poor detective skills get them into trouble. Meanwhile, Red gains a newfound respect for Leo.
Stone Cold Crazy
5. Stone Cold Crazy
November 30, 2005
Hyde's new wife Samantha, a former stripper, tries to help Kitty and Donna spice up their relationships. With Samantha's expertise, Donna takes some creative photos of herself to send to Eric, but unfortunately they end up in the wrong hands. Meanwhile, Fez quickly learns that living with a girl may not be as great as it seems.
Misfire
4. Misfire
November 16, 2005
As Red and Kitty celebrate their 25th anniversary, Kelso gets bitten by the marriage bug and decides to propose to Jackie. But Vic (guest star Willis), a sketchy fast-talker with a bad toupee, makes Kelso a job offer he cannot refuse. Meanwhile, Donna is disappointed that Eric hasn't reached out and touched her from Africa.
You're My Best Friend
3. You're My Best Friend
November 9, 2005
In honor of Hyde's new married status, the guys decide to throw him a belated surprise bachelor party. But when Kelso gets distracted by a new ice cream girl, the guys are the ones left out in the cold. Meanwhile, Jackie questions Donna's loyalty after Donna befriends Hyde's new stripper wife.
Somebody to Love
2. Somebody to Love
November 2, 2005
Hyde finds out that Leo has wrecked his record store while Hyde was in Las Vegas.
Bohemian Rhapsody
1. Bohemian Rhapsody
November 2, 2005
Even though Eric went to Africa to teach, Red and Kitty still have a houseful of Eric's friends. Kitty decides to make a tape for Eric to tell him what has been going on since he has been gone. Also, Hyde comes home from Las Vegas with a surprise!
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That '70S Show
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"That 70s Show" is a sitcom centering around six teenage friends growing up in Point Place, Wisconsin. It aired on the Fox network from 1998 to 2006 and, as the name suggests, was a nostalgic look at the last part of the 1970s. The show was a big ratings-draw for the network.

The main characters are Eric (played by Topher Grace), Hyde (played by Danny Masterson), Michael Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), Fez (Wilmer Felderama), Jackie (Mila Kunis), and Donna (Laura Prepon). The teens often hang out in the basement at Eric's house, where he lives with his parents and sister. The show mostly follows Eric's life. Throughout the series, Eric is in love with Donna--the girl next door--and many episodes center around the evolution of their feelings for each other.

Jackie is the rich girl at their school. She is first introduced to the friends due to her relationship with Kelso, the pretty boy of the group. Later in the series, she dates Hyde. Hyde is the rebellious, cynical teen. He comes from a dysfunctional broken home but later moves in with Eric's family and reconnects with his biological father. Fez is a foreign exchange student; one of the show's running gags is he never actually reveals his country of origin. He starts out as an awkward, shameless flirt but eventually turns into a real ladies' man--finishing out the series as Jackie's boyfriend.

Because the 1970s was a decade of great social and economic change in America, the show often touched on subjects and concerns indicative of the time period. Some subjects were fun--streaking, video games, Penthouse magazine, and the movie Star Wars. Other subjects were quite controversial and compelling--birth control, feminism, divorce, economic hardships, recreational drug use, and attitudes toward sex in the 70s.

While the subject matter stayed true to the decade, the series never lost sight of what the show was really about: a group of friends hanging out and growing into adulthood together. They faced the challenges any teenager faces; they fell in and out of love, argued with each other, made each other laugh, caused mayhem together, and learned who they were throughout it all. Any kid in any decade could relate; and that's why this show was a success.

That 70's Show is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (200 episodes). The series first aired on August 23, 1998.

Where to Watch That 70's Show

That 70's Show is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch That 70's Show on demand at Amazon and Sling.

  • Premiere Date
    August 23, 1998
  • IMDB Rating
    8.0  (157,474)