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That '70s show. Season seven
Trainer, David.
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
Beverly Hills, Calif. : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2007]

Physical Description:
4 videodiscs (650 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
The gang is still grooving, but it's time for everyone to do some semi-serious thinking about their future. Eric and Donna pick up the pieces of their broken engagement and decide to just hang out and have fun. Hyde gets to know his funky father and foxy half-sister. Jackie gets her own public access TV show, while Kelso struggles to treat women with more respect after the birth of his daughter. And Fez finds his true calling as the shampoo boy at a beauty salon.
General Note:
Created by Bonnie Turner & Terry Turner & Mark Brazill.

Originally broadcast on television during the 2004-2005 season.

Contains all 25 episodes from the seventh season.

Special features: Disc one: Audio commentary on "Time is on my side" with director David Trainer; episode promo spots ; Disc two: Audio commentary on "Angie" with director David Trainer; episode promo spots ; Disc three: Episode promo spots ; Disc four: commentary on "Til the next goodbye" with director David Trainer; episode promo spots; "Behind the polyester: writing That '70s show" featurette; "That seventh '70s season" featurette; "A '70s show flashback: Don Stark" featurette.
Time is on my side / Let's spend the night together / (I can't get no) satisfaction / Beast of burden / It's only rock and roll / Rip this joint / Mother's little helper

Angie / You can't always get what you want / Surprise, surprise / Winter / Don't lie to me / Can't you hear me knocking / Street fighting man

It's all over now / On with the show / Down the road apiece / Oh, baby (We got a good thing goin') / Who's been sleeping here? / Gimme shelter / 2120 So. Michigan Ave.

2000 light years from home / Take it or leave it / Short and curlies / Til the next goodbye / Behind the polyester: writing that '70s show ; That seventh '70s season ; A '70s show flashback: Don Stark.
Reading Level:
PG (Canadian Home Video Rating) ; G.
Added Uniform Title:
That '70s show (Television program)
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