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That '70s Show: Season 6 [DVD]

3.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000ND921M
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By T. Skylar TOP 500 REVIEWER on Aug. 14 2010
Format: DVD
That 70's show was one my favorite television shows when it aired and remains so to this day, I don't know why but some shows have the power to have an impact on us for some reason and that's how I feel about That 70's show. Season 6 is an excellent season, I don't think it was one of the best seasons or a high point of the show in particular but it's an enjoyable one and has its share of great moments. Season 6 can be looked at as a turning point for this show, some things changed and will change during this season as with all others but it remains the show we love.

I'll start by saying that having a different actor play the role of Laurie after 5 seasons was disappointing to fans and turned out to be the low point of season 6. This "new" Laurie is almost nothing like the old; she's very different and has nothing on the real Laurie. Fans have to understand that they couldn't get the actress who originally played her character to do season 6 and that Laurie's wedding cliffhanger at the end of season 5 just couldn't be ignored and they had to replace her. In this season we see what happens after Fez and Laurie's wedding, Bob has to choose between Pam and Midge, Red deals with a previous heart attack, we learn that Hyde's father is not who he thought he was and Red and Fez spend more time together for our viewing enjoyment. Not to forget that Eric and Donna take their relationship to the next level by getting engaged...and did I mention Kelso getting a girl pregnant?

Yes, there's definitely a lot going on in season 6! I'd say that the chemistry between Red and Fez during this season was great, they were so good together and it made for many funny moments!
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I just bought this tv series that we love, the only problem I found is that came in 4 boxes for 4 DVD's, but other than that no scratches or finger print.
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I love this show and I got it at a good price.
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Eric Forman is a whiny little bitch.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0820dc8) out of 5 stars I want my Laurie back!!! April 14 2007
By Leopold Stotch - Published on
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It was tough to watch this show at the start of season 6. Laurie had married Fez at the end of season 5 and all hell had broken loose. Red had a heart attack. THis was going to be an integral part of the sixth season. But lo, and behold. THey had to change it because the part of Laurie will now be played by Christina Moore instead of Lisa Robin Kelly. I was ready to give up on the show. But the writers muddled through somehow, by minimalizing Laurie's involvement and focusing more on the Red-Fez dynamic and Fez's desire to become an american citizen. Once they did that, I was satiated. Crisis averted.

Another aspect I enjoyed was the sense of impending doom with the gang. Kelso went off to police academy after he knocked up a hot librarian (and in typical Kelso fashion botched both with disasterous results), Eric and Donna set a date to get married, all the while expressing their doubts and fears about whether it was the right thing to do, and Hyde and Jackie got back together, but kept sparring over the direction of their relationship. Most of these storylines would have longlasting effects on the characters and the directions their lives would ultimately take. This season is the one where they became adults, more or less.

And of course, who could forget Pam, Jackie's mom, hooking up with Bob? This was one of the better twists of the season, as it really forced Donna and Jackie to kind of set aside their feelings towards the others parent and work together to pry them apart without getting anyone hurt.

Overall, it was a good season. Not the best. But still solid. THe best season, IMHO, would be season 3, due mostly to Dine and Dash, and the breakup of eric and donna. But still, what a show. I sorely miss it, and wish Topher Grace had not gotten that part in SPider Man 3. We can manage without Kelso, but no Eric was a show killer.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa08211ec) out of 5 stars Great Season for Jackie Hyde Fans May 8 2007
By Alexandra Stephens - Published on
Format: DVD
Okay let me just start my review here by saying that this season surprised me. After the end of the 5th season i was sure that this show wasnt going to go anywhere but it surprised me. With Jackie and Hyde getting back together the way that they did. And then Eric and Donna planning their wedding. Then finding out that kelso got brooke pregnant at a molly hatchet concert. It was great. There were some down sides. Like how Eric left donna at the alter. How Kelso wasnt going to own up to his mistakes. The lose of the original Laurie. Things like that. But this was still an awesome season. One of the great episodes was when the christmas episode. When the gang goes back to high school for the dance with Jackie and the guys have this slow part where they walk in the gym to the song TNT by AC/DC. It's awesome. The end of this season was also wonderful. When you find out that Bud really isnt Hyde's father.

To summarize i think that if you are a true 70's show fan you need to get this season because this is the second to the last true 70's show season. We like to think taht season 8 doesnt exist. LOL
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0821264) out of 5 stars "This calls for Dancing, Bubble Kiss-Time" March 30 2007
By Brent P. Lyons - Published on
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Season 6 main focus is the soon-to-be marriage between Eric & Donna. Other very funny episodes in Season 6, is Kelso is going to be a father and Jackie's mom (played by Brooke Shields, who does a great job) gets together with Bob and moves in his house with him & the girls. Also, there is a new Laurie Forman (played by Christina Moore, but I really miss Lisa Robin Kelly) who has to stay married to Fez, so he can be a citizen of America. This situation REALLY drives Red nuts!

The last few episodes will leave you laughing very hard with some twisting surprises!!!

Season Six for That 70's Show is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa08215f4) out of 5 stars Still makes me laugh and remember....... April 5 2007
By J. Parent - Published on
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I think series six is really the last phase of That 70's Show which keeps the gang together. After Lisa Robin Kelly left things began to change and that was sad but still there are very funny episodes!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0821624) out of 5 stars A Good Year of a Good Show... But Not the Best Jan. 9 2008
By g-man117 - Published on
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That 70's Show was one of te best shows on TV. I watched the first 5 seasons a MILLION times each waiting for season 6. I watched this season with mixed feelings. I liked most of the plots, and the one liners were VERY funny, but there were some things that were changed that shouldn't have been cahnged. For example:

*WHERE'S LAURIE????- THat 70's Show was forced to cast a different Laurie Forman in place of Lisa Robin Kelly in season 6, which is right when her character was getting most important.
*Life after High School for the gang?- Season 6 has many new aspects now that the gang is out of school, (bad idea, in my opinion) such as Eric and Donna's wedding getting closer.
*Kelso=Dad?- Kelso impregnates a girl in season 6. BIG no-no, since it distractsw from the show's funny, when it comes right down to it.
*What will happen to Eric?- Since the start of the season, Eric and Donna are debating whether or not to move out of Point Place, something that would change the show majorly.

Now, to reiterate, I liked most of the season, (my favorite episode is when Hyde and Red walk in on Jackie's mom) and the plots were good overall, (other than the gang beng out of High School. BIG, BIG mistake)
In conclusion, the season is good, but not as good as some.