That 70s Show – Seasons 3 & 4

| May 8, 2012

It’s 1977 and Eric, Donna, Hyde, Kelso, Fez, and the rest of the crew are back and better than ever! Seasons 3 and 4 of the now-classic sitcom are finally available on DVD. The mischievous crew fans have come to know and love are full of surprises and attempts to make life in Point Place just a little bit more exciting (sometimes “exciting” means smoking in the basement, but what would the show be without a few of those famous circles?).

The DVDs have everything fans of the show want and more. Red is hurling more threats than he knows what to do with, and for good reasons. The kids in the basement are getting into more trouble than usual (much to the delight of the viewers), and the consequences are getting more serious.

Hyde is back from a stint in the big house after he was busted for (what else?) possession, but when details about the situation come to light, Red decides to crack down. And that’s not all.

In seasons three and four of the ever-groovy series, Eric and Donnas’ seemingly secure relationship is put on the line more than once, but their relationship isn’t the only one in focus as Jackie, Hyde, Fez, and Kelso try their hand in the game of love. Sadly, but much to the enjoyment of tuners-in, things don’t always turn out as expected. Jackie and Hyde end up with the most unlikely of partners, and though Fez finally does manage to find a gal, she isn’t at all what he thought she was…

Hyde has additional problems after he gets to know his family better. While Kitty’s awkward cheerfulness is abundant, it’s not doing much for Hyde as his situation outgrows the boundaries of his own life. While his infamously promiscuous mother is only referenced through the plentiful “mom jokes,” Hyde meets his father for the first time, as well as a sister he didn’t even know existed.

It’s all the stuff fans of the show are looking for in the now-classic TV program. Kelso makes stupid remarks that he thinks he can cover with his good looks, Eric’s sad attempts to stand up to his dad utterly fail, Leo confuses everyone, but no one more than himself, and we never find out where Fez is from. There are plenty of those flashbacks and themed fantasies that have become iconic to the series.  For once, the gang even ventures outside of Wisconsin to explore the sandy beaches of California.

The DVD gives fans what they want, including commentary, bonus featurettes, and info about the cast. Season 3 and 4 of That 70s Show are sure to bring fans back again and again for hours of far out entertainment.

About the Author:

Caress is a Chicagoan who has a deep fascination with film. Her love for movies began as an undergraduate at Roosevelt University, where her teacher suggested she write a movie review. Caress' favorite genres include indie dramas, foreign films, experimental films, and psychological thrillers. When she's not watching movies, Caress enjoys writing, photography, travel, fashion and music.

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