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Old 01-17-2010, 08:23 PM   #16
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The best thing about the show was Brittany Daniel.
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I think the show blew because the 80s blew
You will never see a 90s show or a 2000 show.
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Old 01-29-2010, 02:26 AM   #19
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I watched it, but it wasn't a very good show. I wasn't expecting it to be even half as good as That 70's show however, they could have put a little more effort into it. The only thing memorable about this show besides Brittany Daniel, was the girl with the mohawk. You just don't see too many girls with mohawks on tv anymore.
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I graduated in 1990. I watched it and I liked it. I've downloaded every episode from Youtube! Plus it had Geoff Pierson in it who also played Jack Malloy on "Unhappily Ever After".

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I remember watching it some, but I have zero desire to ever watch it again.
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Never seen it. But I liked Brittany Daniel as Kelly Pitts on The Game.
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I remember hearing about That 80's Show but never watched an episode of it but it seemed that FOX wanted to do a successful spin-off of That 70's Show but one of the reasons I think That 80's Show was cancelled was because FOX didn't promote it well and seemed to be focusing on their other sitcoms that were successful rather than showing That 80's Show. But had That 80's Show had not been cancelled FOX would've have a smart hit on their hands
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It just seems awkward that That 80’s Show was cancelled before That 70’s Show.
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I loved the show personally. The only one I didn't care for was Brittany Daniel. Having grown up in the 80's I could understand the humor in the show. I only got to ever catch 3 episodes on TV. Luckily I was able to get a set years later. I wasn't disappointed in the least bit with it. To bad they never got to develop the Corey and Tuesday relationship more.
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I re-watched this show on Hulu. I enjoyed it and would've continued to watch it, but it didn't re-capture magic that was The '70s Show. It's just too bad the characters weren't very developed...they were were caricatures of '80s stereotypes (valley girl, punk girl, yuppie, Don Johnson wannabe, etc.), rather than three dimensional people. They also didn't have a whole lot of chemistry (they were all pretty snarky to each other). There was also way too many reminders that it was the '80s and too many topical references. It's like the whole show was, "Hey, it's the '80s, let's do this '80s thing. Did I mention that it's the '80s?" And it got old, fast.
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Totally forced. “Hey, can I call you later on my cordless phone? I want to tell you about my new parachute pants.”
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I remember seeing the first advertisement for it and thinking "this will last a week"

Glenn Howerton with that curly moptop.... at least he went on to be hilarious in Always Sunny.
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I remember reading about it when it was on and I heard it wasn't very good.
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