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That '70s Show

That '70s Show (1998-2011)

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Fox mined the comedy-rich "Me Decade" with their long running, eight season sitcom that inspired a 90's set sequel, That ’70s Show. The concept was simple: we follow everyman Eric Foreman (Topher Grace) as he grows up in Wisconsin. Eric's a bit of a nerd, but he's got a hot redhead girlfriend (Laura Prepon), and a ton of friends including the conspiracy minded bad boy Hyde (Danny Masterson), the dopey good looking dude Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), the constantly horny foreign exchange student who they just call "Fez" for foreign exchange student (Wilmer Valderrama), and Kelso's girlfriend Jackie (Mila Kunis). Dodging most of the most serious aspects of the decade, the gang mostly smoke pot in Eric's basement, piss off Eric's dad, Red (Kurtwood Smith), and try to entertain themselves in a pretty boring suburb. Fox might be known for pushing the envelope, but this one was pretty tame. While the ladies were drooling over Ashton, we spunk'd to Mila Kunis, who became a huge star as the seasons progressed. Jackie was always in a bikini, but what really had us jacking to her was when her and Donna did a striptease in one of Kelso's fantasies. Before Orange is the New Black, we all knew the ginger delights of Miss Prepon's Donna, who was the much bustier babe, as she often proved by nearly busting out of her bikini. On top of that, she always had a great ass, which we knew from seeing her bottom in bell bottoms! But it wasn't just the main cast that had us playing with our disco stick. Have a look at a very much in her prime Jessica Simpson playing who wore it better with a bikini clad Laura Prepon, as the dumb blonde makes out with Kelso. Or, start batin to Jackie Debatin, the nighty wearing stripper named Sunshine. Even Brittany Daniel looks awfully nippy in a tank top. Nobody tell her hippy chicks burned their bras in the 60's! It might not have had much skin, but there was enough sexiness for us to drain our disco balls to That '70's Show