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That '70s Show: Season 4
That '70s Show reached its 100th episode during its fourth season in 2001-2002, which ensured that viewers will be enjoying the antics of Eric and the gang in reruns for years to come. The dominating plotline for season 4 is the aftermath of Eric (Topher Grace) and Donna's (Laura Prepon) dissolved relationship, which is handled in typically amusing fashion in the first three episodes, especially the season premiere, "It's a Wonderful Life," which borrows the plot of the classic Christmas film to show a depressed Eric how his life would have turned out had he never pursued Donna. Elsewhere, Donna's dad Bob (Don Stark) must adjust to a newly single life; Leo (Tommy Chong) falls for Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) after an accident; Fez dates Big Rhonda (Cynthia Lamontagne); Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) and Jackie (Mila Kunis) continue to torment each other in their on-again, off-again romance; and Donna begins dating Kelso's older brother Casey (guest star Luke Wilson), which generates considerable drama amongst all the characters. In short, it's the usual laughs and love drama in Point Place, Wisconsin, delivered in the show's usual broad comic strokes, and with enthusiasm by the seasoned cast. The set's rather tepid supplemental features include dry commentary by director David Trainer on three episodes ("Eric's Depression," "Class Picture," and "Hyde's Birthday"); Trainer is also featured in a seven-minute featurette about his direction. "A '70s Flashback" has castmates Prepon and Kunis reflecting on the show with assistance from plenty of clips, and "Season 4 in 4 Minutes" is exactly as it sounds--the entire 27 episodes boiled down to the essential storylines. Fans may be somewhat disappointed to learn that the episode titled "That '70s Special" is not included on this set. --Paul Gaita --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.