The cast of ’70s exhibition working together for eight seasons. During that time, the stars of the show created very special routines – including this ritual that they all completed before tapping each program.
Wilmer Valderrama says the ‘That’ 70s Show ‘team is still hanging out
’70s exhibition it was broadcast in 1998. After Topher Grace left the show in 2005, ’70s exhibition they continued for one more season and finished in 2006. Many of the team continued to grow as actors, including Wilmer Valderrama, Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, and Ashton Kutcher.
Despite the end of the ’70s exhibition century, Valderrama says the team stayed close.
“[We] they would laugh all day and pretend to be actors, ”said Valderrama of his time ’70s exhibition in an interview with Studio 10. He also admitted that he and the team still hang out for dinners now and then.
“[When] you spend eight years and 200 programs with a cast, you know for sure this will be a friendship forever, ”explained Valderrama. “What we saw and the experience we had was fantastic. We were outcasts. We were like television rebels. ”
Ironically, the bond created by the younger team did not translate with the older members ’70s exhibition.
There was a slight split between the ‘That’ 70s Show ‘
“At the time, nobody was doing television at that tone,” Valderrama explained to Studio 10. “So we were pushing the envelope so much that a lot of the adults were like, ‘Who is this This is not a real sitcom. ”
Nonetheless, the actors became more experienced in recognizing the unique comedy ’70s exhibition brought to a new generation of fans. But when the show came to an end, the youngest actors didn’t stay as close to the older members of the team.
Tommy Cong described how the younger members had maintained their connection since the show ended, but had not engaged with the “role of parents” on the show. When it came to connecting with the older members of the hunt, Chong said, “they never talk to us.”
“The kids always had their own little clique going,” Chong said Web TV. “The support team like Red (Kurtwood Smith) and Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) and Don [Stark] and his [fictional] bean [Tanya Roberts] and myself, we were part of the older boys. All the children were dependent on each other. ”
Despite their lack of communication, Chong said he would be willing to ’70s exhibition reunion, whether it’s a remake or a movie.
The ‘That’ 70s Show had a pre-show ceremony where they sang one word
As any close cast must do, the cast of ’70s exhibition they have developed a unique pre-ceremony ritual over the years.
Valderrama explained the ’70s exhibition cast pre-ceremony ritual to ABC News. Before filming in front of a live audience, the team would gather back on stage, put their hands in a circle, and choose a word to represent the program. Once they had recited the word, the group would break up and filming would begin.
“The word grew from season 1 to season 8 more and more laughter,” Valderrama explained. There was a time when the Red Foreman catchphrase “Dumba * s” was a word of their pre-show ceremony.
“This was silly, silly stuff but we would basically come up with these subtle things and this funny moment together,” he said.
Lots of fans of ’70s exhibition hopefully for more from this hilarious cast in the form of a Sin ’70s film.