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That '70s Show is an American television period sitcom that originally aired on Fox from August 23, 1998, to May 18, 2006. The series focused on the lives of a group of teenage friends living in the fictional suburban town of Point Place, Wisconsin, from May 17, 1976, to December 31, 1979.The main teenage cast members were Topher Grace, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, Laura Prepon, and Wilmer Valderrama. The main adult cast members were Debra Jo Rupp, Kurtwood Smith, Don Stark and, during the first three seasons, Tanya Roberts.
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Other main characters include Red Forman, Eric's overbearing war veteran father, obsessed with making "...him a man, which he's not" and using the word "dumb-ass" frequently plus always threatening people with putting his 'foot in your ass'; Eric's overprotective mother, Kitty, who is caught up in trying to be a full-time mom and housewife, while maintaining a job as a nurse in a local hospital; and Laurie Forman, the promiscuous older sister who can do no wrong in the eyes of her father. The show also follows the relationship of Bob Pinciotti and Midge Pinciotti, Donna's parents, both of whom are slow witted and easily influenced by the movements and fads of the '70s, which sometimes places stress on their marriage. Tommy Chong also appears as Leo, the stoner owner of the Foto Hut.
Although the show has been on for over seven years, the timeline has been noticeably slowed. When the show first began in 1998, the show was set in May 1976, and in the past seven seasons, only three years have gone by. The series was set in 1977 from the middle of its first season to the end of the third, and then in 1978 until the sixth season. Hyde had an 18th birthday in 1978, despite dialogue that suggests that he is older than Eric, who turned 17 in the second episode (which was in 1976). Eric also turned 18 in 1978, two years after turning 17. This, combined with the fact that new holiday-themed episodes run every year, means the sense of time on That '70s Show is loose at best. The show was vaguely set in "1979" until the final episodes, which neared 1980.
The show usually opens with the theme song, "In the Street," by Alex Chilton and Chris Bell of the band Big Star. Beginning with the second season, the song was performed by the band Cheap Trick. The lyrics are as follows:
Danny Masterson, who plays Steven Hyde, yells "Hello, Wisconsin!" at the end of the theme song in the first season. In the first season, the lyrics were the same except that instead of shouting "We're all alright!" twice, they shout "Whoa yeah!"
With the extension of the season to 17 games and the expansion of the playoffs to 14 teams, the coaching staffs from the teams that lost in the Divisional Round of the playoffs will have had barely a month to wrap up their season and take a breath and a break.
When Jim James of My Morning Jacket invited them out as an opening act in the spring of 2004, these psychedelic pop revivalists had yet to play farther than a short drive outside Philadelphia. They get around more these days, big enough to graduate from two shows in one night at Crescent Ballroom to their first headlining concert at the Marquee Theatre in continued support of 2013's "B-Room." Magnet said the album "might be Dr. Dog's career-defining work," but there are several other strong contenders for that title. And for a sense of how that music translates live before the show, there's always this year's "Live at a Flamingo Hotel."
UNC was seventh in the final pre-tournament poll. These two teams dominated ACC play as they often did, finishing 9-3. Each team defeated its big rival at home. Carolina could have clinched the ACC regular season honors and the top seed in the ACC Tournament outright with a win at Duke, but as we shall discuss, that did not happen.
The Andrews Sisters - A household name in the 1940s, the singing trio entertained Allied troops regularly during WWII.The McGuire Sisters - Singing trio during the '50s and '60s with hit songs such as "Sincerely" and "Sugartime."The Lennon Sisters - A foursome that harmonized on "The Lawrence Welk Show" in the 1950s and '60s and "The Andy Williams Show" in the '70s.The Roches - Three Irish-American sisters who began performing during the 1970s in Greenwich VillageThe Pointer Sisters - A quartet turned trio that had its greatest success in the '80s with such songs as "I'm So Excited" and "Neutron Dance."Sister Sledge - "We are family, I got all my sisters with me," this quartet sang in its biggest hit, from 1979.Olsen twins - Fraternal twins who shared the role of Michelle Tanner on the TV show "Full House."Hilary and Haylie Duff - Although both are singers and actresses, younger sister Hilary gained fame early as the star of the TV and movie franchise "Lizzie McGuire."
1947 saw the third District Governor from our Club -- Walter Cooper. The Club also voted a $2 per year assessment for five years to benefit the Rotary International Foundation. William E. Morgan was elected president of Colorado A. and M. College in 1949; he presented the first of the annual "State of the College" addresses. That was also the year that Bob Davis' football team beat C.U. and the Club savored the movies shown at one of the regular meetings.
The highly perceptible Branch Rickey of the Cardinals thought enough of Walker that he traded for him after the 1932 season, but the pitcher was past his prime at that point and delivered wavering results over four years in St. Louis before being relegated back to the minors.
Eric Forman is a typical high school student growing up in Wisconsin in 1976 with his family and his friends. Together, they have the same kind of joys and sorrows that just about every teenager has while growing up. This show parodied many of the attitudes, events and fads of the 70s, along with those who grew up at the time. 041b061a72