That 70's Show Season 2 DVD Review - www.impulsegamer.com -

Feature 7.5
Video 7.0
Audio 7.0
Special Features 6.0
Total 7.5
Distributor: Fox
Running Time:
322 minutes
Classification:
 PG
Reviewer:
Brett Bowman

7.5


That 70's Show Season 2

Centring primarily on perennial good guy Eric Foreman (Topher Grace) and set in the 1970s (Duh!) That ‘70’s Show follows the lives of a group of friends as they grow up, dealing with love, sex, family and their budding futures; all done through the nostalgic haze of ‘70’s culture and played for over the top laughs.   

The second season of That ‘70’s Show furthers the relationship between Eric and Donna (Laura Prepon); the pair dancing around the question of doing it and not doing it and if their feelings for each other are love or not.  Donna and Eric are not the whole focus however, other storylines this season revolve around Eric’s father Red (Kurtwood Smith) dealing with unemployment, the idiot Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) and his affair with Eric’s sister Laurie (Lisa Robin Kelly) and the ups and downs of Donna’s parent’s marriage. 

The strength of That ‘70s Show is the cast – both young and old - that bring their somewhat clichéd characters to life.  Grace and Prepon play straight-men to their outlandish friends, Kutcher as the idiot egomaniac Kelso, his girlfriend the annoying Jackie (Mila Kunis), Exchange student Fez (Wilmer Valderrama) and bad boy Hyde (Danny Masterton).  The characters of Fez and Hyde provide most of the laughs, Fez because of his clueless ness of American customs, and Hyde because he is able to cut through any situation with a biting sarcastic wit.  And Kurtwood Smith as Eric’s stubborn grumpy father Red Forman easily and quite humorously steals the limelight from the older cast – and perhaps, dare I say it, the young cast too! 

That ‘70s Show is not going to win any awards for groundbreaking stories but the ‘70s setting does allow for many laughs to be had at the expense of the fashions, attitudes and events of the time.  Viewed one after the other the That ‘70s Show does become repetitive, but in small doses it guarantees you laugh out loud moments – defiantly one to watch with a group of friends – wether or not you are doing what Eric and Co. are doing in their often smoke filled basement…

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