That 70s Show-Season 2 (1999)
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|Funny! Funky! Far Out!
|Climb into the Vista Cruiser for another trip back to the groovy '70s with the show that proves flashbacks can be more fun than a plateful of Hyde's "special brownies." As the gang continues their way toward adulthood, their childhood friendships suddenly get a bit more complicated: Kelso begins dating both Jackie and Laurie; Eric and Donna attempt to take their relationship to a new level; Fez keeps trying to get a girl (any girl); while Hyde is so cool that girls are asking him out. And while their parents try to keep everybody on the straight and narrow, the gang keeps on truckin' with full speed hilarity.|
This four disc collection includes all 26 episodes from Season Two of That '70s Show!
"...punchy comic elegance wrapped in a polyester bow. Leigh H. Edwards, PopMatters
"...it focuses on the essentials: friendship, love and loss, change, and growing up. And it's very funny. Michelle Thomas, Future Movies
"The appeal of this sitcom...is its universal art. The New York Times
"Laugh-out-loud funny! Us Weekly
Editor's NoteFondly commemorating and gently poking fun at the trends, fashions, and attitudes that made the decade of the 1970s so distinct, THAT 70S SHOW chronicles the relatively universal trials and tribulations of a group of teens growing up in the Wisconsin suburbs. Eric Forman (Topher Grace, OCEAN'S TWELVE, WIN A DATE WITH TAD HAMILTON) lives with his parents, Red and Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp), in a household that is comfortable though not entirely financially secure. Eric longs to escape from their authority, though they are relatively understanding, if a little unconventional at times. They even let Eric and his friends while away their time in the Forman basement, discussing their teenage concerns. Eric and his girlfriend Donna (Laura Prepon), who lives next door, are constantly trying to navigate their loving, though tumultuous, relationship, and in this season they take that relationship to the next level. The rest of the gang is comprised of conspiracy-theorist Hyde (Danny Masterson), cheerleader Jackie (Mila Kunis) and her gullible but good-looking boyfriend Kelso (Ashton Kutcher, THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT), and exchange student Fez (Wilmer Valerrama). This season includes the episodes "Garage Sale," "Donna and Eric Sleepover," "Eric's Stash," "Kiss of Death," and "Red Fired Up," and many others.
Cast & Crew
|Ben Vaughn - Original Music By|
|Bonnie Turner, et. al. - Writer|
|Brett Perry - Original Music By|
|David Helfand, et. al. - Editor|
|David Trainer - Director|
|Franco Bario - Producer|
|Mark Brazill - Executive Producer|
|Ronald W. Browne - Cinematographer|
|Emmy, Michael Karlich, Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series|
|People's Choice, That '70s Show, Favorite Television Comedy|
|Emmy, David Helfand, Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series|
|Emmy, Charlie McDaniel, et. al., Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special|
|Emmy, Garvin Eddy, Tara Stephenson, Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series|
|Emmy, Mark Sanchez, et. al., Outstanding Makeup for a Series|
|Emmy, Melina Root, Outstanding Costume Design for a Series|
|Emmy, Gabriella Pollino, et. al., Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series|