While most people favor pumpkins and apples this time of year, peaches and an herb sounds much better.
That ’70s Show was crazy good on so many levels, least of which was the music. The 70s was one of the greatest decades for rock music, while also dabbling into the groovy side of a new (at the time) musical genre that still not dare speak its own name out loud (shh, I’m talking about disco). Interestingly, the taping of That ’70s Show my parents and I went to in Los Angeles was the episode in the series that featured a disco burning bonfire.
And yet, when asked to shake their groove things, the cast of That ’70s Show was second to none.
It’s Friday: You know what to do.
That Awkward Engagement: Round 2.
Donna Laura Prepon and Kelso Ashton Kutcher were not only fictional best friends in that famously non-famous Wisconsin suburb of Point Place, but they are best friends in the non-fictional world.
Or so they thought…
Humorously, Laura and Ashton are strikingly similar when it comes to dealing with their real world engagement announcements. As a fan of the late ’90s-early ’00s sitcom about the ’70s, it’s great to see the cast members are still friends after all these years. One can tell if the chemistry on screen is genuine and the friendly back-and-forth between the two was reminiscent of their magic from That ’70s Show.
They’re still hanging out, down the street, just not doing the same old thing that they did last week.
Have an Awesome Week!
Apparently, the kids who were always “hangin’ out, down the street” together arranged a piano number this past Tuesday night at a quintessential LA pad to reminisce about those days from about a decade ago in real time and more than 30-40 years ago in sitcom time.
Clearly, the basement was just being renovated or something.
A reunion was groovy enough, but “the gang” decided to take it a few notes further…
The still photo above is evidence, as reported by a few of the former Point Place troublemakers, of a “That ’70s Show” sing-along to, you know…
During any workweek, most days can seem the same with the only discernible difference being that one day it’s called Tuesday and another day it’s called Wednesday.
Well, here’s that ’70s staple from the sitcom vault that features that Wisconsin gang and their families who declare that we find happiness in our everyday routines!
Have a Great Week! Oh yeah, I almost forgot…