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That '70s Show: Season 8

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Product Description

That 70's Show Season 8 (Final Season) includes all 25 episodes from Season 8 plus special features on disc 4.


All groovy things must come to an end, and the season-eight DVD set marks the conclusion of the popular retro/teen comedy That '70s Show with a fair amount of nostalgic extras to help ease the blow for fans. Though the producers were clearly angling to extend the program's lifespan with the introduction of new characters, most notably Josh Meyers as new kid Randy, That '70 Show had clearly run its course by season eight. It simply couldn't overcome the loss of key players Topher Grace and Ashton Kutcher (who appears in only a handful of episodes here)--the show's real heart and humor--despite stalwart support by Danny Masterson and Wilmer Valderrama (and the unbeatable duo of Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp), and the gags feel unfocused and cartoonish. Still, there are amusing episodes to be found throughout the set, most notably "You're My Best Friend" (Hyde has a disastrous bachelor party prior to his even more horrible marriage to stripper Samantha), "My Fairy King" (Jackie discovers her feelings for Fez), and the finale, which ushers the gang into the 1980s with an agreeable touch of sentiment. Supplemental features fall in line with all the previous '70s Show sets; director David Trainer provides commentary on four episodes, including the finale, while co-star Tommy Chong and Meyers get their own "Flashback" retrospectives to discuss their time on the series. Trainer reappears to provide a tour of two of the series' most famous sets: the Foreman's house and the water tower, while "Season 8 in 8 Minutes" is another extraneous montage of clips. The set's best extra--and perhaps the most valuable for series fans--is the 25-minute That '70s Show Through the Years: A Retrospective, which provides interviews with the main cast members culled from the show's entire network run. -- Paul Gaita

Special Features

  • 22 episodes on four discs
  • Commentary by director David Trainer on Bohemian Rhapsody, Keep Yourself Alive, We Will Rock You, and That '70s Finale
  • Featurette: Season 8 in Eight Minutes
  • Featurette: A '70s Show Flashback: Josh Meyers
  • That '70s Set Tour with director David Trainer
  • Featurette: A '70s Show Flashback: Tommy Chong
  • That '70s Show Through the Years: A Retrospective
  • Episode promos

Product Details

  • Actors: Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson, Wilmer Valderrama
  • Directors: David Trainer
  • Writers: Alan Dybner, Bonnie Turner, Bryan Moore, Chris Peterson, Dave Schiff
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: April 1, 2008
  • Run Time: 477 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0010KHORG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,691 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "That '70s Show: Season 8" on IMDb

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Okay... Topher and Ashton left, that's a blow to the show there. But... this season failed in other aspects too. They knew things were ending and some plots moved way too fast. What was that nervous twitch Fez got during this season? That thing he was always doing with his fingers? The last episode had the potential to be totally awesome and a tear-jerker, but it failed due to the writers needing to inject comedy into everything. I mean, I know this is a sitcom, but that ending could have been so much more. Just as Kitty showing the hosue to potential buyers, when she's reminiscing, it was quite emotional for a bit, but they moved it too fast and ruined the moment by ending it with a joke. I got to watch this because it was included with the 70's Show box set I got, but I wouldn't pay for it on its own. Seasons 1-7 are awesome, get those and just think the show ended when Eric left.
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Yeah I said it. Season 8 sucked. It wasn't a really season at all. It was just something the writers scrapped together to get by and it wasn't good at all. First of all Randy? What the heck? What was the point of him except to be a hole filler for Eric. And he didn't even do a good job. He was horrible and just a big slut. Donna deserved something better. Okay second of all Jackie and Fez? Okay yes go through the whole entire series and you can see some scenes where you wonder if they'll end up together but to actually have it happen? It was horrible. I mean yes the things they did to each other before they got together to get back at each other was hilarious I'll give the writers that much but the rest of it after they actually got there....I couldn't watch it. It wasn't right. But the worst thing of all...the stripper. Okay why did Hyde have to go marry the stripper? I mean i loved Jackie and Hyde together and personally i think they were just as perfect for each other as Donna and Eric. But to have him go off and marry a stripper just wasn't right. They were making him too much like Bud when they'd already worked so hard to prove that he wasn't anything like him. So it was just a let down to see that all just disappear. That all the hard work Hyde put into proving he was a good man went poof the second that blonde bimbo walked in the room. I don't know maybe someone else has a different opinion of this and hates what I'm saying but i think this season could have been so much better. Lets hope that in the future there's like a reunion special and they rectify what they have done and make their loyal fans happy. Let's just hope.
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Season 8... where to start. The first episode was decent because it gave us an update on what had happened to the gang since Eric's departure. Episode 2: NO! RANDY!? WHAT IS THAT!?!? Randy had no point and was terrible he smiled waaaay too much and tried to be a big dumb man-whore. Fez was right to hate and resent him. Episodes 3-20: Very very bad. Randy was a huge idiot and the more I saw him the more I hated him. Also, Hyde's stripper wife? NOT NECESSARY! Worst of all: Fez and Jackie? SERIOUSLY!? Early in the series Fez followed Jackie religiously and even had a shot a couple of times (kissed her once, won her a roller disco award and she got drunk and tried to make out with him, etc) but for it to actually happen made me so mad. FINAL EPISODE: PERFECT CLOSURE! I bought the season simply for the series finale and the return of Kelso and Eric. One thing that really ticked me off was that the one hour "Making of the Show" special that aired the night before the finale which had flashbacks, interviews, commentaries, set tours, and anything else a fan could ask for WAS NOT INCLUDED! I am a huge That 70s Show fan and I loved seasons 1-7 but 8 was good for nothing. They easily could have adjusted the story line for the season 8 finale and made it season 7 to completely exclude season 8. It would have been a perfect show then. I reccomend the other seven seasons 5 stars all the way. Enjoy and be groovy. Be very groovy.
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The scene opens with flashes of all the abominations that occurred throughout the season. Fez and Jackie, Randy, Donna dating Randy, Hyde's marriage, awful and unfunny jokes, etc. All of the sudden we cut to Eric waking up in the middle of the night in Africa. It was all a bad dream. He is utterly horrified and decides to return home as quickly as possible. He arrives in time for new years eve to find that Hyde and Jackie are united and happy again, Donna's a red head again, Randy never even existed, and Fez is still as desperate as ever. They are joined by Kelso (who never moved to Chicago) and head to the basement. They sit in the circle as Eric tells them all about his horrible nightmare. Later, Eric and Donna reconcile and all is well as they all head into a new year.

Bottom line, don't watch it. Just pretend that Eric went to Africa and the show was over. Any laughs that can be attained from watching this are outnumbered three times over by how many times you will be left staring at the screen with an expressionless look of horror on your face hearing the laugh track and wondering why. This season betrays what each character is supposed to represent. Hyde, the tough guy with a big heart is now just a jerk. Fez, the hopeless pervert is now a ladies man? Jackie falls for Fez? None of it makes any sense. The jokes are tired, predictable, and cheap. I honestly don't know what kind of drugs they gave to the audience to get a laugh track but it must have been potent.
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