Sunday, May 06, 2012

That 70s Show Season 4 DVD GIVEAWAY

The cast is goofy as ever and there are a number of guest stars and reoccurring characters to spice things up. Fans of the series should appreciate the chance to see season four in its entirety.” - DVDTalk

Boogie on down to the basement for another groovy season of That 70's Show with our favorite friends from the '70s, Eric (Topher Grace), Donna (Laura Prepon), Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), Hyde (Danny Masterson), Jackie (Mila Kunis) and Kelso (Ashton Kutcher). Life in the '70s continues as the crew deals with the after effects of Eric and Donna's break-up and Eric doesn't want Donna in the basement anymore, Hyde moves back in with the Formans, Kitty decides to redo the basement and Donna decides to relocate to California. It's another hilarious season of one of the greatest TV sitcoms ever.

Contains all 27 episodes from season 4 of That 70's Show! Find out why this is one of the most beloved sitcoms of all time -- at some of the best DVD prices for classic TV sitcoms you'll ever see!

Also includes the bonus features: Season 4 in 4 Minutes, Making Company, Laura Prepon interview, Mila Kunis interview and three episodes with audio commentary.

It’s A Wonderful Life
Eric’s Depression (Commentary)
Pinciotti vs. Forman
Hyde Gets A Girl
Bye-Bye Basement
The Relapse
Uncomfortable Ball Stuff
Donna’s Story
The Forgotten Son

Red and Stacey
The Third Wheel
An Eric Forman Christmas
Jackie Says Cheese
Eric’s Hot Cousin
Tornado Prom
Donna Dates A Kelso
Kelso’s Career
Leo Loves Kitty

Jackie’s Cheese Squeeze
Class Picture (Commentary)
Prank Day
Eric’s Corvette Caper
Hyde’s Birthday (Commentary)
That ‘70s Musical
Eric’s False Alarm
Everybody Loves Casey
Love, Wisconsin Style

Bonus Features:
Season 4 in 4 Minutes
Making Company
Laura Prepon
Mila Kunis

The 411 by Maria:

Eric and Donna break up and compete over their friends. Lory's teacher is in love with her "oh for goodness sake Lory, the man is in love with you and you still couldn't pass?"  

Love the jokes. I laugh from the beginning to end. Tommy Chong as Leo is just hysterical. Ashton as Kelson. Love him! It takes a lot to play an idiot. His Travolta impression is "dead on". Bahahah...

What is great about the 70s show is everything. The acting, the writing, completely slapstick. It is so ridiculously stupid that it is funny.

If you have not watched the 70s show yet, now is your chance. Get out your lava lamp, carry your big comb in your back pocket and learn how to do macrame while watching. Fun series.


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Disclaimer: I received a copy of this movie to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own and I received no monetary compensation of this review. Sponsor is also providing the Giveaway copy.

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    Jamie Brigham
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