The show starts with Eric Forman (Topher Grace) as a typical high school student in 1976 Wisconsin, and his friends who share their lives and share their weed.
It's amazing to see the young stars Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, Wilmer Valderrama, and Ashton Kutcher. They form the core of a hilarious fun group that the audience would love to be a part of. Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith play the Forman parents.
Disregarding the final season, this show is one of my favorite sitcom of all time. All the actors worked well together to make the punch lines come on time and cause...
I was watching the episode Donna's Panties (the where Eric pulls her pants down), and something really hit me. Really hit me about the show. Her and Eric have been friends since they were in kindergarten, and no matter what they love each other. Even when they were dating other people. Yet, have you ever stopped and noticed something? Sometimes, Eric can be real mean to Donna. Like in the Ice Shack episode he said she had big feet, or in the episode Romantic Weekend Donna was upset about her dad getting laid off and Eric commented back with,"Let's turn that frown upside down. That's right....
Family, friends, and ideals
Donna resides in the fictional Wisconsin town of Point Place, where she lives with her parents, Midge and Bob Pinciotti. Early in the series, her younger sister Tina appears in one episode but is never seen again, nor do other characters ever mention her after the first season. An older sister, Valerie, is once referred to as being at college but is never mentioned again.
An intelligent, witty teenager with feminist ideals, Donna is outwardly confident and strong, sometimes to the point of coming across as arrogant or self-righteous. She calls...
Eric is a nice guy at heart. He is also generally geeky, weak, and somewhat clumsy. He is a smart-aleck teenager with a lightning-fast wit and a sarcastic and deadpan sense of humor.
Eric is often picked on for his slight stature and other characters have likened him to "Opie" (for the character Opie Taylor, from The Andy Griffith Show), and Archie Bunker. Other unfortunate nick names include "Foreplay", "Foreskin", and "Zitty Stardust" (in reference to him being unable to take a zit-free yearbook photo).
I don't think we need a movie as much as say a new sitcom called that 90s show. It would fit perfect with their ages and be a great project I think which would have another huge fan base. We have the frame which is like a western version, but it's still not the same. Beside topher is too good an actor to still be dead from being cared wrong as venom.
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