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That '70s Show: Season 2

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Crank up the 8-track and flash back to the "me" decade…That ‘70s Show Season 2 is now shaking its groove thing on DVD! Set in the era of Led Zeppelin, Tab cola and Farrah Fawcett posters, this hilarious sitcom starring Ashton Kutcher continues to delight fans with its nostalgic references and funny, slice-of-life storylines about growing up in the ‘70s. Own it April 19th on DVD!


As That '70s Show's second season begins, Eric's buddy Hyde (Danny Masterson) and college dropout-sister Laurie (Lisa Robin Kelly) are still living with the Formans, but a few things have changed. Red (Kurtwood Smith) is about to lose his job, due to layoffs at the plant, and both the opening sequence and theme, "That '70s Song" (Cheap Trick's version of Big Star's "In the Street"), have been revamped. Otherwise, all the first season characters and their favorite hangouts, like Eric's basement and Vista Cruiser, are back. Granted, Red accidentally sells the car during season opener "Garage Sale," but it isn't gone for long (blame Hyde's "special" brownies).

As usual, the 1999-2000 season--1977-1978 in the show's chronology--was graced by a number of 1970s vets. "Red's Last Day" has singer Paul Anka and Lyle Waggoner (Wonder Woman), "Halloween" has Marion Ross (Happy Days)," "The First Time" has Maud Adams (The Man With the Golden Gun), and "Holy Crap" has singer/actor Mac Davis (North Dallas Forty). Then there's Tommy Chong (Up in Smoke), who became a frequent guest, as Fotohut owner Leo, in five of the 26 episodes and would return for several more seasons. Yet another notable episode, "Afterglow," features a Scooby-Doo-styled animated sequence.

By the end of the year, Eric (Topher Grace) and Donna (Laura Prepon) will have taken their relationship to the next level, Jackie (Mila Kunis) and Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) will have broken up, and Red will have gotten a job at the Pricemart--where he supervises Eric. The second season will end with a cliffhanger ("Moon Over Point Place") when Hyde is arrested (for something he didn’t actually do). The "sticky" situation will be resolved in the first episode of season three ("Reefer Madness"). --Kathleen C. Fennessy

Special Features

  • 26 episodes on four discs
  • Commentary by director David Trainer on three episodes
  • Season 2 featurette: A Talk with Director David Trainer
  • "Behind the scenes" webisodes
  • Season 1: A Look Back

Product Details

  • Actors: Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson, Wilmer Valderrama
  • Directors: David Trainer
  • Writers: Arthur F. Montmorency, Bonnie Turner, Chris Peterson, Dave Schiff, Dean Batali
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: April 19, 2005
  • Run Time: 598 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007IO6WS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,905 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "That '70s Show: Season 2" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
The second season is amazing! I'd say about equal to the first and this set picks up the slack the first season left behind. Tons of bonus features and 26 amazing episodes from 1999-2000.

The episodes on this set are, again, spread out onto 4 DVDs and the layout of the cover art and thinpak cases are the same to those of the first season. The set includes all episodes from the season and are as follows:

Disc 1:
2.01: Garage Sale
2.02: Red's Last Day
2.03: The Velvet Rope
2.04: Laurie and the Professor
2.05: Halloween
2.06: Vanstock
2.07: I Love Cake

Disc 2:
2.08: Sleepover
2.09: Eric Gets Suspended
2.10: Red's Birthday
2.11: Laurie Moves Out
2.12: Eric's Stash
2.13: Hunting
2.14: Red Gets A Job

Disc 3:
2.15: Burning Down The House
2.16: The First Time
2.17: Afterglow
2.18: Kitty and Eric's Night Out
2.19: Parents Find Out
2.20: Kiss Of Death
2.21: Kelso's Serenade

Disc 4:
2.22: Jackie Moves On
2.23: Holy Crap!
2.24: Red Fired Up
2.25: Cat Fight Club
2.26: Moon Over Point Place (Part 1)

+ Audio Commentaries
+ Episode promos for EVERY episode
+ Behind the Scenes: "Kelso's Serenade" Featurette (Disc 3)
+ Behind the Scenes: "Jackie Moves On" Featurette (Disc 4)
+ Behind the Scenes: "Holy Crap!
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If you liked the 1st season, then you are sure to like the 2nd.

This release of That 70s show on DVD contains all of the episodes of the second season. All 26 episodes are contained on 4 disks.



1) Garage Sale - At the Forman's garage sale, Hyde makes his special brownies.

2) Red's Last Day - It is Red's last day at the plant, so he goes to the bar and gets hammered. Kitty sends the boys after him but they wind up joining him.

3) The Velvet Rope - Donna, Hyde and Fes go dancing but Eric can't get in.

4) Laurie and the Professor - Eric sees Laurie making out with her professor and believes he has something on her.

5) Halloween - The gang goes back to their old grammar school.

6) Vanstock - Eric, Donna, Hyde, Kelso, and Fez are all going to Vanstock, Wisconsin's version of Woodstock.

7) I Love Cake - When Donna says "I Love You" to Eric, he freaks and tells her "I Love Cake".

8) Donna and Eric Sleepover - Donna spends the night with Eric and all they do is cuddle.

9) Eric Gets Suspended - Eric is suspended from school when he is caught with a cigarette.

10) Red's Birthday - Red celebrates a birthday.

11) Laurie Moves Out - Laurie movies out and moves in with a boy friend and Red finds out.

12) Eric's Stash - Eric accuses Hyde of taking his money for his secret hiding place, which everyone seems to know about.

13) Hunting - Red and Bob take the boys hunting.

14) Red's New Job - Red gets a supervisor job at Price Mart and Eric also get a job at Price Mart.

15) Burning Down the House - At Jackie's party, Kelso invites a lot of people and also start a fire.
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The second year of That '70s Show took an already great show and completely amped it up (even the theme song got a small change). Knowing what worked and what didn't work from a very solid first season, the writers and actors were able to deliver a sophomore year that was superior to Season 1.
The year starts off with a true gem; in "The Garage Sale", Hyde (Danny Masterson) bakes "special brownies" to help out at the Formans' (Topher Grace, Kurtwood Smith, Debra Jo Rupp, and Lisa Robin Kelly) garage sale to raise money, now that father Red is out of a job. Despite Eric's pleas to not do it, he unknowingly gets Eric's Vista Cruiser sold when Red, Kitty, Bob (Don Stark) and Midge (Tanya Wright) sample some of the drug-laced chocolate. What follows is one of the shows most hilarious "circle scenes" with the parents talking nonsense while under the influence of the brownies. And that is just the beginning of the season...
This year, a few story arcs develop. Donna (Laura Prepon) is put through a painful ordeal when her parents' marriage begins to crumble, Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) and Jackie (Mila Kunis) face trying times for their relationship when Kelso begins sleeping with Laurie Forman, Hyde gets a job at the Photo Hut, and we meet Leo (Tommy Chong), a burnt out guy who is the source of so many funny lines. Eric and Donna take some big steps in their relationship, while Red continues his search for a job. Finally, Fez (Wilmer Valderama) continues his search for a girlfriend, and hopes that Jackie will be the one for him.
One of my favorite things about this show is the cutaway bits. Some of the funniest moments this year involved either dream sequences of cutaways to bizarre 70's references, such as when Fez wished that they could be cartoon teenagers, just like in Scooby-Doo.
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