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When hit US sitcom “That '70s Show” finally ended its long and successful run, the actors came together to reminisce and relive the good times and best moments. How did it all get started? Did any of them ever dream that the show would be so popular? The original show was about the lives of six teenage friends living in fictional Point Place, Wisconsin, from May 17, 1976, to December 31, 1979.

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That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 1

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USA

When hit US sitcom That '70s Show finally ended its long and successful run, the actors came together to reminisce and relive the good times and best moments. How did it all get started? Did any of them ever dream that the show would be so popular?

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 2

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USA

Looking back at the pilot episode from all those years ago, the actors explain why the show made audiences of different ages laugh, and cringe at their own acting skills.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 3

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USA

Eric finds that the road to happiness is not without a few bumps as his and Donna's teenage romance becomes an adult relationship.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 4

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USA

The cast hadn’t met before filming the show, but there was a good chemistry between them right from the start. When they got together and were having a good time, the viewers knew it, and very soon were also having a good time watching.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 5

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USA

Some memorable scenes came when That '70s Show pioneered new camera techniques. They were the first show using “three sixty degree” scenes, bringing each character into sharper focus, often with hilarious results.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 6

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USA

The cast recall their favorite moments of a show that didn’t mind pushing the boundaries. A cartoon episode was made, and the “three-sixty” scenes were a huge hit — to the extent that they often weren't even related to the storyline.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 7

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

USA

The basement film set and its contents have taken a battering over the years of filming. Now that the show is coming to an end, the actors are dividing up the props, keen to take a memento from the studio that has become a home away from home.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 8

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USA

The whole cast got to break out of their routine and enjoy roles in the many fantasy sequences that were a feature of the show. Often based on iconic stage and screen performances, some actors were able to live out their personal acting fantasies and play parts they had always dreamed of.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 9

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

USA

Things on set didn’t always go as planned. Sometimes the young actors got the giggles, and sometimes they even got hurt, but each found their own way of dealing with the unexpected. Luckily, the director of the show was extremely patient with them.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 10

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

USA

When the unexpected happened, it was sometimes best to stay in character and try to get a bigger laugh. In particular, Ashton Kutcher, who played Kelso on the show, was willing to endure some painful knocks if it made the audience happy.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 11

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USA

On set, the decor had to be just right in reflecting the decade of the 1970s. Behind the scenes, detail was also important when props were in use. We meet the man who coordinated many of the stunts and gags, and then catch up with some of the big-name guest stars who graced the show over the years.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 12

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

USA

Over the years, the show was blessed with many guest star appearances. Hollywood favorites like Bruce Willis, Lindsey Lohan, and Brooke Shields had a lot of fun working on set with the vibrant, enthusiastic cast.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 13

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USA

Wilmer’s dressing room was closest to the studio and it served as a comfortable place for the cast members to hang out in between scenes. For Wilmer, it holds memories from the eight years of the show’s run, with his photo board and walls signed by cast and visitors alike.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 14

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

USA

When the show began, Debra Jo didn’t like her character Kitty’s hair, but changing her look was never going to be simple, and had to be written into the plot. One small fire later, and Kitty got a different hairdo, along with her husband’s attention.

That '70s Show - The Final Goodbye - Part 15

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USA

All good things must come to an end, and for the cast, this really is their final goodbye. In this video, you can see the read-through of the last script and final filming of their last episode together. There’s a genuine warmth between the actors, and some tears, but all are thankful for the good times, friendship, and camaraderie the show has given them through the years.

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