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Oh God It Happened - That '90s Show | Official Teaser | Netflix Trailer

https://youtu.be/jOpoPPIRtdQ
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u/RealSkyDiver Nov 30 '22

I wonder if they gonna pretend Danny never existed.

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u/HarlesD Nov 30 '22

They alluded to his character being fucking murdered on The Ranch so who knows lol

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u/ThisIs911 Nov 30 '22

Nah. They had this one guy threaten him to leave town and then his character's motorcycle was found on the bottom of a cliff but his body wasn't found. So eventually they accept he died.

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u/bendover912 Nov 30 '22

The standard "he's not here anymore and probably gone forever but we reserve the right to bring him or someone we call his twin back at anytime in the future if conditions change" move.

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u/TravelSizedRudy Nov 30 '22

"I'm Landfill's twin brother, Gill."

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u/Soggy-Plenty7516 Nov 30 '22

“Brothers told me all about you! So there won’t be that weird ‘getting to know you’ stage”

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u/blasphembot Nov 30 '22

One time Landfill farted a whole plum!

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u/x1c Nov 30 '22

I was plum surprised.

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u/DietDrDoomsdayPreppr Nov 30 '22

"He's told me so much about you already, I feel like we've known each other our whole lives!"

I wish their non-fratbro humor landed better with audiences. Club Dread was pretty funny.

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u/morriscey Nov 30 '22

They were all fantastic comedies. Well, maybe not puddle cruiser - but the start was there.

Even Slammin' Salmon has a place in my heart.

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u/porna-count Nov 30 '22

Landfill 2, you’re twice the man Landfill 1 was!

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u/Naterade18 Nov 30 '22

Mmm...haaamm

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u/Bertrum Nov 30 '22

"I have to go now, my planet needs me" note: Danny died on the way back to his home planet

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u/travman6 Nov 30 '22

Can't they just say Hyde's in prison? It can be covered in 1-2 lines.

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u/Weltallgaia Nov 30 '22

He was likely to wind up in prison anyways.

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u/mwmwmwmwmmdw Nov 30 '22

i mean if house of cards can almost pretend frank doesnt exist this show certainly can

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u/TheGuauldDid9111 Nov 30 '22

Yeah but that show fell off hard.

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u/Rustybot Nov 29 '22

Can’t wait until they watch Robocop and comment about how much Red looks like the villain.

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u/Hyro0o0 Nov 29 '22

Can't wait until they watch That 70's Show and the universe implodes

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u/TimmyisHodor Nov 29 '22

I believe it came out either end of 98 or beginning of 99. If they get enough seasons in, they could reasonably end the show that way!

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u/ICanLiftACarUp Nov 30 '22

if they get enough seasons in, the ending will be "let's watching these old home made videos..." and it's full circle. Right? That'll be the end of it?

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u/Craico13 Nov 30 '22

Unless they pull a The Walking Dead and somehow spin three more shows out of it.

They can be super creative and title them That Early-2000’s Show, That Mid-2000’s Show and That Late-2000’s Show… each starring one or two members of the That 90’s Show cast.

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u/Silent-G Nov 30 '22

Then they can do some speculative science fiction and do That 2070's Show

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u/500owls Nov 29 '22

I can't wait until they watch Robocop and comment about that guy getting shot in the dick.

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u/Sartres_Roommate Nov 29 '22

You can't hate Red and Kitty for doing this. They deserve whatever payday brought them back.

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u/welchplug Nov 29 '22

Red

I cant get over how much he looks the same. He has looked like that since star trek voyager.

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u/Enderkr Nov 29 '22

Fuckin guy looks the exact same since robocop, what are you talking about? I want whatever he's drinking to stay immortal.

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u/myotheralt Nov 30 '22

Like Sir Patrick Stewart, going bald early in your filming career means you wont have the grey years.

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u/allanwritesao Nov 30 '22

Or going grey as a mule once you hit 20. Steve Martin Syndrome.

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u/onionsandalldays Nov 30 '22

It’s easy to seem ageless when you look 55 at age 30.

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u/FoolishChemist Nov 30 '22

Well that's because the Krenim time ship exists outside of normal space-time.

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u/raaaaandomdancing Nov 29 '22 Gold Giggle

Money is money plus Red gets to call a new generation of kids dumbasses

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u/BagOnuts 1 Nov 29 '22

Imagine getting paid millions just to call a bunch of kids dumbasses.... that's my dream job, right there.

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u/Crimson_Jew03 Nov 29 '22

Yeah but don't forget about that cop he and buddies killed in the 80's.

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u/boot2skull Nov 29 '22

That was my first exposure to him, so all his roles since then have been funny in my mind. “Haha that’s Clarence Boddicker.”

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u/notthephonz Nov 29 '22

For me it was Annorax on Star Trek Voyager. I’m like, “He’s got to do some weird stuff to fix the timeline…”

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u/homietheclown Nov 30 '22

Well, first he has to be the President of the Federation, and not allow a rescue of Kirk and McCoy from Rura Penthe.

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u/fattymcfattzz Nov 29 '22

Bitches leave, lol or DICK JONES

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u/Mesmerise Nov 29 '22

He works for Dick Jones. DICK JONES!

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u/Putfyre Nov 30 '22

Dick Jones runs OCP!! OCP runs the cops!! You're a gets neck crushed cop....

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u/schmearcampain Nov 29 '22

Can you fly, Bobby?!?!

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u/JackMcMack Nov 29 '22

Bitches leave.

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u/in_the_no_know Nov 29 '22

I'll buy that for a dollar!

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u/ruinersclub Nov 29 '22

Bitches Leave.

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u/ousho Nov 29 '22

Ne ne ne ne ne ne ne ne.

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u/Hashtagbarkeep Nov 29 '22

And all those bitches he offended by making them leave

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u/starmartyr Nov 29 '22

He's been getting steady work as an actor for over 40 years. I doubt he's super rich but he's easily put enough away to retire if he wanted to. I don't think he would have taken the job if it wasn't something he wanted to do.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

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u/Celticlady47 Nov 29 '22

I loved his 2 part appearance in Voyager.

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u/kyleclements Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

I loved him as the president of Earth in The Undiscovered Country.


EDIT

/Masteroid is correct.
Kurtwood Smith played the president of The Federation, not the president of Earth.
I refuse to edit my initial post so my embarrassment shall remain public for all time.

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u/heeero60 Nov 29 '22

Easily two of the best episodes.

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u/hewhoisneverobeyed Nov 30 '22

Absolutely my go-to for years now if anyone is asking for a show recommendation is Patriot.

He’s a McMillian man, after all.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccnfHKZebRk

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u/Molotov56 Nov 29 '22

Guy with the girls name “Leslie”

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u/PIG20 Nov 29 '22

I just now saw this post after I replied to someone else. Yes, he was incredible in that show. Hell, the whole cast was phenomenal. One of my favorite seties of all time. So much dark humor and emotion from the writing.

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u/cyrilhent Nov 29 '22

man's the President of the United Federation of Planets!

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u/LocksDoors Nov 29 '22

He's a talented guy. Clarence Boddiker is my favorite movie villain of all time.

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u/Poultrygeist74 Nov 29 '22

“Guns guns guns!”

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u/LastAidKit Nov 30 '22

Can you fly Bobby?

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u/Cermo Nov 29 '22

Hey, are you the other person who actually watched Patriot?

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

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u/samwheat90 Nov 30 '22

Patriot fan here! Tell everyone that wants to listen that the show is a must watch. Amazon buried it worse than Hulk Hogan buried the entire WCW roster, Brother!

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u/BoardGameBologna Nov 29 '22

I watched Patriot, Perpetual Grace, Ltd, and that puppet show pilot that I'm blanking on.

Us Conrad fans are out here!

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u/ChampionKooky8020 Nov 29 '22

I loved patriot. Such a great story line

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u/Chairboy Nov 30 '22

We should all get together for a Patriot convention! There's a Denny's I know that lets you reserve what used to be the smoking section for group functions. Holds 20, we might able to fill most of it.

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u/XFLAllStar Nov 29 '22

So the kids will call each other ‘gay’ and ‘retard’ a lot on this show?

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u/QuickToJudgeYou Nov 30 '22

Those were the polite insults in the 90s haha

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u/TinyDKR Nov 30 '22

Shut up, fart knocker.

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u/3dge-1ord Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

No way, bunghole.

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u/Wise-Tree Nov 30 '22

I'm gonna kick your ass.

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u/elconquistador1985 Nov 30 '22

Fart knocker... I haven't heard that name since...

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u/YT4000 Nov 30 '22

Well of course I know him, he's me

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u/Hs39163 Nov 30 '22

“Smear the queer” was basically what we called tag, lol.

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u/raftguide Nov 30 '22

It was basically rugby, if there were no teams.

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u/mondaymoderate Nov 30 '22

Yeah we played it with a football and when you were tackled you threw the ball up to somebody else.

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u/itsallsmart Nov 30 '22

Right, and you wanted to be the queer. Actually very progressive lol

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u/jedininjashark Nov 30 '22

Well that makes me feel slightly better about my childhood.

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u/outlineofhistory2 Nov 30 '22

Bro that shit was still every day practice when I graduated in 08

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u/Vsx Nov 30 '22

Calling people gay would be the sanitized version.

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u/Wolfeman0101 Nov 30 '22

Gay retard was a common greeting.

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u/ovcosoni Nov 30 '22

if i dont get a "retard" episode 1 im out

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u/coleowing Nov 30 '22

Lol, I didn't even think about that. Me and my childhood friend's banter would be a pc nightmare for modern tv. The late 90s got real bad with the airing of South Park. We talked about bundles of sticks a lot too XD

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u/crosszilla Nov 30 '22

I mean throughout the 2000s it was basically synonym for asshole, I think Louis ck even did a bit on it. You just knew not to call actual gay people the word, but it also progressively became a bigger nono through the early 2010s

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u/makotoDOMINO Nov 29 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

Nothing about this looks or sounds like the 90s

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u/I_only_post_here Nov 29 '22

It's got that "what a 25-year-old thinks 30 years ago looked like" vibe to it.

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u/serendipitousevent Nov 29 '22

"I said MORE plaid, dammit!"

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u/powerfulKRH Nov 30 '22

RIP the legend Trevor Moore.

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u/ill_villain Nov 30 '22

Always upvote WKUK. Now it’s time to get back to my gallon of PCP

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u/Chemical_Cutthroat Nov 30 '22

If you aren't aware (I wasn't until after I watched it) the horror film Barbarian is directed by Zach "Gallon of PCP" Cregger, and it's great.

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u/SamL214 Nov 30 '22

Nope they need more purple windbreakers and left over 80s shit and that tacky triangle squiggle barf design on everything.

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u/ToleranceDeathCamp Nov 29 '22

Made by 45 year olds trying to appeal to 25 year olds watching netflix.

Though funny enough, that 70's show definitely had similar vibes in terms of trying to make the 70's more appealing to the audience watching TV in the 90's

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u/ctothel Nov 29 '22

Yup, it wasn't teens from the 70s watching That 70s Show.

This is the bit where we realise we're becoming irrelevant. Stuff made about us is no longer for us!

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u/lukewwilson Nov 29 '22

My parents loved that 70s show, they were born in the late 50s so that's their childhood. I have been debating if I even want to let them know this show exists and after watching the trailer I probably won't tell them. My dad enjoyed the Ranch which is more enjoyable if you are looking for something like That 70s Show.

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u/TheRoomEnthusiast Nov 30 '22

Yeah, my dad was a teenager in wisconsin in the 70's and he loved that 70s show. I wouldn't go insofar as to call it historically accurate, but every time my dad would watch it, at some point in the episode he would laugh and say something along the lines of "yep, that's how it was back then." Call it rose-tinted glasses, or nostalgia, or whatever you want to, he definitely felt a stronger connection with that show than I think I ever will with this one.

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u/meesersloth Nov 29 '22

Yeah there are times my dad would call out things on that 70's show for not being in the 70's

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u/cheeseburgerwaffles Nov 29 '22

Based on this trailer I'm not getting any sense of the time period they're going for. There is literally nothing to distinguish this as being the 90s, the 00s, or the 10s.

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u/mopeyjoe Nov 30 '22

part of the problem is that it included the 70's parents and their 70's house still so the sets are still firmly 70's. They need to get the set from Everybody loves raymond or something.

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u/Leaves_Swype_Typos Nov 30 '22

Their house is not still in the 70's. Some of the elements look intentionally updated, like the sliding glass door which used to be metal is now replaced by more modern white plastic (literally part of a remodel that happened to my parent's house in the late 90's/early 00's). The chairs are more era appropriate too. If you compare the sets 1:1, there's a ton of tiny differences that give it a more modern look.

That said, it should still look a little like a grandparents' house rather than being too modern, which it does.

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u/Downside190 Nov 30 '22

I imagine the 90s stuff is shown more when they're out the house and what the kids are into like music, TV and activities along with Reds displeasure at all of it

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u/[deleted] Nov 30 '22

which isn't all that unbelievable. it's not like they demolish or redecorate all the houses every time we hit a year that ends in 0.

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u/Obvious_Ambition4865 Nov 30 '22

I immediately threw away all my possessions and burned down my apartment (rent controlled) when we entered 2020.

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u/oldnyoung Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

Needs baggier pants for everyone. Not for everyone, but also frosted tips, flannel, shell necklaces, chain wallets, low rise jeans, huge coats, untied shoes, one pant leg up, bowl cuts with the under shave, fades. Also sarcasm and indifference.

Or, if it’s the early 90s: neon extreme everything with Starter jackets and Filas, rollerblades, flat tops

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u/ningeularaiden Nov 30 '22

If it lined up with my life early 90s it would look like Rosanne, late 90s would be like Malcolm in the middle

I'm sure that wasn't everyone's experience but it was certainly mine

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u/allanwritesao Nov 30 '22

Two shows that unintentionally scared me the hell straight as a kid

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u/MrsEnnisIfYoureNasty Nov 29 '22

The sea of Charlotte Hornets Starter Jackets at my school…and then butterfly clips and extra glossy lip gloss. Being almost 40 is fucking wild lol

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u/GregoPDX Nov 29 '22

WTF was it with the Charlotte Hornets back then? So many of those jackets, shirts, and clothes. I lived in SW Washington (state), why was that a thing there? Especially considering at the time we had the contender Blazers and Supersonics right there to choose from.

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u/CheeserAugustus Nov 30 '22

They were brand new and Teal was a hot color at the time. The Marlins too.

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u/bradiation Nov 30 '22

Yup. I had a Charlotte Hornets Starter, and for those exact reasons (per my mom who got it as a gift): the team was new, that seemed cool, and the colors were the best.

~10 (or whatever) year old me did not care. Was puffy. Was fly.

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u/SonicFlash01 Nov 29 '22

Fashion still had a lag time back then - early 90s would look like late 80s

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u/SeltzerCountry Nov 30 '22

Also it’s small town Wisconsin so the lag is even more pronounced.

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u/celestiaequestria Nov 29 '22

Comedy style and conversation is decidedly post-2000s. Clothing isn't really 1990s and it isn't being worn correctly for the 1990s, half those shirts would be tucked into baggy, faded jeans.

Low-effort Netflix reboot where the actual 1990s "teenagers" are going to be the weakest part of the show.

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u/Frostlord3 Nov 30 '22

The set isn’t supposed to look like the 90’s, it’s supposed to look like the Forman’s house. I remember my grandparents house looking like it’s hadn’t aged a day since they first bought it, it always had that 70’s couch and wallpaper right up until they passed away. Also the clothes aren’t that far off, at the 25 second mark you get a good shot of all the kids at the water tower and it looks fine. The overalls, the ripped jeans, the bright colors, the clothes are pretty spot on from what I remember the 90’s being like. Though their hairstyles are definitely off for the 90’s, and we haven’t really heard the kids speak that much but their 90’s slang is going to have to be the bomb.

It’s Netflix, so I don’t have high hopes. Plus it’s sequel series, and the last time they tried to do a sequel to That 70’s Show (That 80’s Show) it was canceled after 1 season. But still, I’m looking forward to watching this and hoping to be proven wrong about it’s quality

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u/Foco_cholo Nov 30 '22

There were so many different fashion trends in the 90s it's hard to nail down one or two as distinctly 90s. i.e. hip hop/gangsta style, skater style, grunge, preppy, flannels, neon, Looney Tunes, etc.

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u/esmifra Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

That's true for the 70s as well and that 70s show nailed it.

You can categorize the 90s into early-ish 90s where there was a lot of color 80s inspired styles like saved by the bell.

Mid 90s full of being edgy and flannel and everything was awesome and rad.

Late 90s when you started seeing the trend that would define the early 00s like low waist jeans and moody vibes.

That was my experience at least. There were a lot of trends going on depending on the sub culture you fit in but that's true for most decades.

But if they looked at saved by the bell, fresh Prince, friends and Buffy. They would nail the style and humour of the time I think.

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u/eljefino Nov 30 '22

The ensemble cast made "That 70s Show" with

-- Central character, owns a car

-- Girl next door

-- Prima donna rich girl

-- Stoner conspiracy theorist

-- idiot

-- fish out of water foreign exchange student.

Now they're going to have a new cast of characters, who can't quite be like the old ones, but still have to be zany. It'd be like if "American Pie" was a recurring sitcom. It's going to suck. Red & Kitty's star power won't be enough. Maybe if they got Dave Grohl to do the theme song...

PS I also hate "The Connors" and their grandchildren.

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u/WonkyFiddlesticks Nov 29 '22

Yup. I think that's why Stranger Things was so awesome, it got the whole vibe of the time, not just put modern kids into costumes.

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u/Samuel7899 Nov 29 '22

I feel like (as someone born in the late 70s), so much of the nuance and feel of Stranger Things is done so well and so subtly, that it's invisible to those who weren't going through their formative years in the 80s.

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u/nokinship Nov 29 '22

Looks like a Disney channel show.

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u/raaaaandomdancing Nov 29 '22

It can't be any worse than that 80s show. At least this has Red and Kitty as main

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u/Dr_Downvote_ Nov 29 '22

But That 80's Show had the Golden God in it.

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u/MikeDarsh Nov 29 '22

He's a five star man!

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u/Dr_Downvote_ Nov 29 '22

And anyone who thinks different is a SAVAGE and an IDIOT!

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u/tchap973 Nov 29 '22

I HAVE TO HAVE MY TOOLS!

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u/brokeneckblues Nov 29 '22

Because of the implication.

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u/Galileo258 Nov 29 '22

...were the 80's in danger?

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u/stue0064 Nov 29 '22

Of course not, if they say no then it’s no, but they won’t say no

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u/TheGillos Nov 30 '22

It's so good that the show failed. Imagine an alternate dimension where we got seven seasons of that '80s show but never got always sunny. Truly the darkest Timeline.

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u/Nervous_Golf_6561 Nov 29 '22

I like to bind! I like to be bound!

Fetish shit!

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u/Iron_Chic Nov 29 '22

I'm in for more Red. We'll see gow I feel a few episodes in. I hope they capture that 90s nostalgia and don't just make it a "kids of today in 90s clothes" type of thing.

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u/brett1081 Nov 29 '22

I think your definitely getting the latter. The clothing doesn’t feel 90s to me. Looks like these kids could be in Dazed and Confused….

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u/justsound Nov 29 '22

They should bring THAT back. The cowards.

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u/EvilCalvin Nov 29 '22

At least that had Chyler Leigh.

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u/TheGillos Nov 30 '22

Yeah she looked good when she wasn't wearing the paint covered overalls, glasses and ponytail.

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u/TheStonedFox Nov 30 '22

Little Miss Cries Home To Her Daddy…went crying home to her daddy.

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u/TheGillos Nov 30 '22

Aw hell naw!

Now I have to rewatch a masterpiece.

And that is wack!

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u/alemanders Nov 29 '22

How do you have such generic looking kids in a show.

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u/FreshFromRikers Nov 29 '22

I seriously watched the trailer five minutes ago and I remember nothing about the kids except there's an Asian kid that I assume is the new F.E.S.

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u/JustBrowsing1989z Nov 30 '22

WAS FES AN ACRONYM FOR FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT

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u/IntoTheMystic1 Nov 30 '22

How have I gone more than 20 years without realizing that?

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u/awsumsaus13 Nov 30 '22

Samesies but honestly I kinda thought it was “Fez”.

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u/Morgothic Nov 30 '22

I did too. When we meet him, they ask him his name and then play some sound over the answer so we can't hear it and then they just say, "yeah, we'll just call you 'Fez'". I always just assumed his name was Fezfiddisjfakcjsnrix and they just used the first syllable they heard.

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u/Genghis_Frog Nov 30 '22

The name may have something to do with the acronym, but the spelling is Fez...at least that's how it's spelled on both IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes.

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u/Darmok_ontheocean Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

Very Disney channel. Unfortunate.

The cast of That 70s Show was a pretty amazing group. Doubt you can get that magic back.

Also how many times will creatives try to resurrect/continue shows by centering on flavor characters? This show lost just Eric in the final season and it blew it apart. As much as I love Red and Kitty (who were my favorite part of the last season), there’s no way they can carry a show of generic teens. And poor teens to have those expectations placed on them for a show they weren’t even alive for.

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u/Soviet_Beer Nov 29 '22

This looks terrible, it doesn't look or sounds like the 90s either

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u/CornOnTheHob Nov 29 '22 Silver

Aw fuck I can't believe you've done this

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u/SarcasmIsntDead Nov 29 '22 Take My Energy

I was just watching the clip where Donna finds her moms panties in Eric’s car and Michael and fes say “ERICCCCC YOURE A GODDD” I haven’t laughed that hard in a while. The memories…

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u/typhoidtimmy Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

https://youtu.be/6IXerOhPVb0

Kelso sells it. And judging from not knowing the details, probably the reaction most would assume.

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u/mmlovin Nov 30 '22

You cut off the last part! Why were they??

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u/BadWolf2386 Nov 30 '22

It's been a while but I'm pretty sure it's because Midge and Bob were in the car fooling around, though I don't remember why

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u/LoneRangersBand Nov 30 '22

To spruce up their sex life by doing it in random places.

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u/gingerhasyoursoul Nov 30 '22

Man I wish this show was on Netflix again. How has no streaming service grabbed it yet. One of the best comfort watching shows.

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u/squanch_solo Nov 30 '22

It's on Peacock now.

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u/Archercrash Nov 29 '22

Fez is what did it for me.

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u/TheHemogoblin Nov 30 '22

"and please be eh-specific" lol

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22 edited Dec 26 '22

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u/koiven Nov 30 '22

"I sold the car and here's the money. You're always saying you need more cash."

"Yeah, for gas! For the car!"

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u/LoneRangersBand Nov 30 '22

"Do you remember who you sold it to?"

"Peter... Cottontail. Hopping down the bunny trail!"

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u/PlanesWalkerEll Nov 30 '22

I think one of my favorite character moment is I think it's the parents on a double date and they go to see Star Wars and Kitty is trying to figure out who plays Darth Vader while Red is just discussing how stupid the movie is and then the Death Star blows up and he just goes wide eyed and says "Whoa!" And it's like for that one moment he connected the dots on what his son thinks is cool not that he'd ever admit it.

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u/Complicated-HorseAss Nov 29 '22

What I love about scenes like that in the show is the background characters never react. It's like Seinfeld, the main characters can start yelling and screaming in a building and no one stops their conversation to see what's going on.

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u/BagOnuts 1 Nov 29 '22

Very common in that era of sitcom. It's like they're in their own world, haha.

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u/rizgutgak Nov 29 '22

PANTIES DONNA, GLORIOUS PANTIES

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u/Juggernaut13255 Nov 29 '22

The surrealism of the panties flooding out of his room milled me first time I saw it

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u/Zoso03 Nov 29 '22

The one that gets me is the christmas episode where lori comes down and kelso comes running out the back room, slips and slams into the table. Lisa Robin Kelly (Laurie) is trying to hide her laughing, Debra Jo Rupp (Kitty) walks off camera but Ashton Kutcher just keeps acting like nothing happened. But that must have hurt, kudos for him for staying in character.

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u/Kommander-in-Keef Nov 30 '22

Lol red and kitty are going to be the ONLY saving grace for the show which is going to be absolutely mediocre

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u/diymatt Nov 29 '22

Nothing says fun more than a trailer/teaser with zero funny.

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u/CupICup Nov 29 '22

But there was a laugh track

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u/humanHamster Nov 29 '22

I am glad it was there to tell me it was funny, because I couldn't tell.

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u/BagOnuts 1 Nov 29 '22

You know how most trailers show the best jokes (or at least really good ones)? Yeah, that really tells you all you need to know...

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u/pandab34r Nov 30 '22

Did you miss the part where Kitty was being nice but Red was being a hardass? Never gets old

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u/poop-machine Nov 29 '22

That looks completely uninspired and lifeless.

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u/Jberg18 Nov 29 '22

From the table scene it looks like they are discovering weed. If they don't start smoking because DARE came to town then there is no hope for the show.

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u/Charlie_Warlie Nov 29 '22

yeah... idk about everyone elses formative years but I think the pot culture of the 70s is very different from the 90s, in that it was much less available, and heavily demonized, and had greater penalties.

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u/rosencrantz2014 Nov 29 '22

Oh boy this looks bad...

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u/whitstableboy Nov 29 '22

It's like going to see your favourite band on their reunion tour, only to discover the only original members are the bass player and the drummer.

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u/QuickToJudgeYou Nov 30 '22

As a bass player I take offense. I agree but I'm still offended.

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u/evan466 Nov 30 '22

This looks like shit

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u/pickled-egg Nov 29 '22

Why don't they look 90s?

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u/fikdr Nov 30 '22

The real That 90's Show is basically Seinfeld.

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u/chiquita1_bananas1 Nov 30 '22

So true. The clothing, the dialog, and the situations they got themselves in with the complications of living pre-internet/cellphone telecommunication

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u/TerrierReal Nov 30 '22

It really helps that they shot it in the 90s

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u/Hilomh Nov 30 '22

Red and Kitty look amazing - it's like a time machine. 10/10

The kids are all horrendous and I despise them.

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u/Carl_The_Sagan Nov 29 '22

How are they going to approach Mastersons character

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u/VibeGeek Nov 29 '22

Hyde ended up in prison? What a twist!

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u/Brock_Hard_Canuck Nov 29 '22

Hyde got sentenced to life in prison for murdering Randy, and neither of them was ever mentioned again.

The end.

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u/dankins777 Nov 29 '22

have you ever considered being a netflix writer? I can assure you this is better than whatever they came up with

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u/quiznex Nov 30 '22

Nah, he drove his motorcycle in the rain and crashed over the protective barrier in Montana on his way to oversee his crop.

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u/Alertcircuit Nov 29 '22

They'll either never mention what happened to him or if they do, he's in jail or dead.

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u/500owls Nov 29 '22

my own parents never talk about my old friends, so it should be an easy dodge.

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u/LoneRangersBand Nov 30 '22

Hyde is played by a different actor every episode, first by Steve Buscemi, then John David Washington, before Nic Cage takes over for the rest of the show.

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u/c0gvortex Nov 29 '22 Wholesome

"Hyde died on his way back to his home planet."

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u/pillbuggery Nov 29 '22

They won't.

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u/dontknowhatitmeans Nov 30 '22

I've always wanted a That 90s Show and I hope I'm not disappointed but... it's looking bad. These kids look and act like zoomers. The chances of a group of friends being that diverse in a 90s Wisconsin suburb is... I guess theoretically not zero, but yeah. The chances of them carrying over the offensive humor widely popular from that era into this Disney Channel looking ass show is probably zero.

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u/Boyontheweekend Nov 30 '22

I met Kurtwood Smith just by chance at a local arts fair. Never expected to run into a celebrity in my town. It was back when I was in high school and watched that 70’s show all the time. He had a beard and I could barely tell it was him. No one else recognized him. I walked up with my sister and asked “are you Red Forman?” He smiled really big and said “yes, I am.” I was so excited. Asked him to call me a dumbass, he obliged, and we went our separate ways. He was such a kind and warm person in real life. Love that guy.

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u/IlllllllIIIIlIlllllI Nov 30 '22

Most un-90s anachronistic thing wasn’t even the clothing, it’s the diversity of the kids for Wisconsin. That place was all white until ‘02

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