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  • Actors: Topher Grace
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 4, 2012
  • Run Time: 550 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008L0YMZA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,305 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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It's another out of site season for the groovy gang of That 70's Show: Eric, Donna, Fez, Hyde, Jackie and Kelso!
Season five offers some great content with an excellent cast. You won't want to miss out on it. It comes highly recommended. DVD Talk
It s another out of site season for the groovy gang of That 70's Show. Donna and Eric are back from California, Jackie and Hyde have a secret fling, Kitty announces she is pregnant and they are all getting ready for graduation. Fez gets a job at the DMV, finds a new love interest and might face deportation and of course, Kelso falls off the water tower, again. The usual shenanigans ensue in the hilarious 5th season.
Contains all 25 episodes from the fifth season including the following Bonus Features:
25 Episode promos
A 70s Flashback: Wilmer Valderrama: Interview with Wilmer
A 70s Flashback: Danny Masterson: Interview with Danny
Season 5 Highlights
"Season five started jamming fondue forks into my funny bone from the opening moments. I literally have not laughed this hard in years". - DVD Verdict
Starring: Ashton Kutcher (Two and a Half Men), Topher Grace (Predators), Mila Kunis (Black Swan), Wilmer Valderrama (From Prada to Nada), Debra Jo Rupp (She s Outta My League), Laura Prepon, Don Stark, Tanya Roberts, Kurtwood Smith and Danny Masterson along with special guest stars Jessica Simpson, Betty White, Bobcat Godldthwait and Fred Willard!
CONTENTS:
DISC 1
Going To California
I Can t Quit You Baby
What Is And What Should Never Be
Heartbreaker
Ramble On
Over The Hills and Far Away
Hot Dog
Thank You
Black Dog
DISC 2
The Crunge
The Girl I Love
Misty Mountain Hop
You re Time Is Gonna Come
Baby I m Gonna Leave You
When The Levee Breaks
Whole Lotta Love
The Battle of Evermore
DISC 3
Hey, Hey What Can I Do
Bring It On Home
No Quarter
Trampled Under Foot
You Shook Me
Nobody s Fault But Mine
Immigrant Song
Celebration Day
Bonus Features

Customer Reviews

==Audio/Video== The DVDs look and sound great.
S. Bacon
The best solution that everyone can come up with is for Jackie to move in with Bob and Donna, but unforunately Jackie doesn't appreciate everyone's pity.
P. Burgos
Would highly recommend for other That 70's Show fans!!
N. Kelch

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68 of 70 people found the following review helpful By P. Burgos on August 13, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Season 5 of That '70s Show will be known well since this is the 1st season when they started to have Song titles in the episodes. The 5th season has episodes with Led Zepplin titles. NOTE: some of the episodes have alternative titles.

106. Going To California

9/17/2002

Donna has had enough of the Golden State. She misses Eric, who, although she doesn't know it, is headed West - despite his parents' objections - to declare his love and bring her home. Kelso, however, has decided he has found the woman of his dreams in Annette, who is beautiful and believes in him. Back in Wisconsin, Jackie is a changed woman, thanks to a change in boyfriends.

107. I Can't Quit You Baby (a.k.a. Jackie and Hyde Get Busted)

9/24/2002

As punishment for Donna going away to California, Bob transfers her to a Catholic School, which means that Donna won't get to see Eric as much. Eric is determined to fight for their right to be together, until he sees Donna in her new school uniform. Jackie and Hyde get caught making out in the basement; Eric and Donna try to convince them to tell Kelso what's going on.

108. What Is and What Should Never Be (Part 1 of 2) (a.k.a. Kitty's Pregnant)

10/29/2002

Kitty joyfully announces that she's pregnant, but the reaction that she gets from Red leaves a lot to be desired. Eric and Donna continue their campaign to get Jackie and Hyde to tell the truth about their relationship to Kelso. A trip to the DMV seems to present the perfect opportunity, but Fez is the one who seizes the day rather than Hyde.

109. Heartbreaker (Part 2 of 2) (a.k.a.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By T. Rosenau on March 16, 2007
Format: DVD
The season of Eric and Red. I have watched this series from the start and can say that I think this season has some of the best lines/ interaction between Eric and Red. You also have Kitty's "lady parts problem" and Shotsy the dog, Hyde vs. Kelso over Jackie, and the brief but memorable relationship between Fez and Nina. As for the DVD's, there is not much in the way of extras, but if you enjoy the show this is something to get.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Bacon on October 27, 2012
Format: DVD
Mill Creek Entertainment has re-released That '70s Show on DVD at a budget price.

==Packaging==
Season 5 of That '70s Show is spread across 3 DVDs in individual paper sleeves inside a cheap plastic case. I would recommend upgrading to a basic flip-tray case for about $2.

==Audio/Video==
The DVDs look and sound great. The presentation suffers a bit (I'd say 8.5-9/10) due to Mill Creek putting 8 or 9 episodes onto each disc, but it's not a deal breaker (for me, anyway). This season's release is 100% proper 16:9 aspect ratio!

==Contents==
That '70s Show was actually filmed in 16:9 widescreen, but framed in 4:3 for broadcast. Mill Creek's DVD release of Season 5 contains all 25 episodes in true 16:9 transfers. (I've compared various episodes with episodes posted on Youtube and these are the proper aspect ratio, nothing is stretched or missing from the top).
Below is a list of episodes on each disc.

Disc 1
1. Going to California
2. I Can't Quit You Baby
3. What Is & What Should Never Be
4. Heartbreaker
5. Ramble On
6. Over The Hill & Far Away
7. Hot Dog
8. Thank You
9. Black Dog

Disc 2
10. The Grunge
11. The Girl I Love
12. Misty Mountain Hop
13. Your Time Is Gonna Come
14. Baby I'm Gonna Leave You
15. When The Levee Breaks
16. Whole Lotta Love
17. This Battle Of Evermore

Disc 3
18. Hey, Hey What Can I Do
19. Bring It On Home
20. No Quarter
21. Trampled Under Foot
22. You Shook Me
23. Nobody's Fault But Mine
24. Immigrant Song
25.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By calvinnme HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 9, 2007
Format: DVD
The irony about "That 70's Show" is that it is about people that were teenagers in Wisconsin during the time when "Happy Days", another show about teenagers in Wisconsin during the 50's, was at the height of its popularity. For those of us that were teenagers in the 70's, there is a "creepiness factor" in the show when it comes to the realism of the popular culture being portrayed. The station wagons, the guys in silk wide-collar shirts, the clogs, the hair that is sprayed stiff and winged - it's all there. Plus it's great to see in this PC era, the non-PC-ness of the late 1970's portrayed so honestly. Parents don't run around in circles pulling out their hair when they discover that their kids might have had a beer, and the show is quite frank in portraying the occasional drug use that was very common among teens of that era.

As for this particular season, the show still hadn't run out of steam. There are some interesting plot lines - Kitty believing she is pregnant and then discovering she is wrong and that it is a whole different kind of beginning she is facing. Then there's the hilarious mismatched romance between Hyde and Jackie and the resulting triangle between those two and Kelso. Also, Eric and Donna finally come to the conclusion they're not ready for marriage, and the whole gang graduates. Plus, Fez has some unexpected adventures of his own. Also, Eric's sister Laurie returns. All in all, a very good season.
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