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04:31 PM ET (US)
Does somebody know where I can get the sunglasses of Steven Hydes?
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Big 70's show fan =)
12:37 PM ET (US)
hey i have a question: the last episode of the last season... in the end of this episode the whole 'crew' sing a song in erics car. wich song is this?? i have been looking so hard after it.. pls help me som1! the lines goes something like this:
This could happen to me, that u got to have (??), cause i never want to make a change for (??)

help pls =) thx
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upset fan
10:56 PM ET (US)
does anybody know if eric is gonna come back before it ends? I can't stand randy! I can hardly stand to watch it anymore.
70's Fan
08:42 PM ET (US)
Get that fuckin Randy off the show. He has got the worst lines. He ruins the show. I wish Eric would come back and kick his ass. He thinks he's so funny. Hahaha, my brother is on SNL, another quality show.
04:29 PM ET (US)

Auction ending 9/28 at 10:30 a.m.


The producers of ”That 70s Show” have generously donated a WALK-ON Part to the show during the 2004-2005 season to this auction benefitting the ACLU of Southern California. The taping must be on a mutually acceptable date. The show films in Los Angeles, California. Transportation and accommodations are not included. A walk-on part is a non-speaking role, or a background player for one scene of one episode. The participant MUST be over 18 years of age, legal to work in the United States, with a valid social security card, be willing to sign a standard release agreement, and cannot be a member of the SAG, AFTRA, AEA, SEG, AGVA, WGA or the DGA. The winner must be able to travel to Los Angeles. The walk-on will be scheduled during this season, which tentatively films from September 2004 to - March 2005. The show generally films on Friday nights. It cannot be transferred to any other show and is ONLY valid at That 70s Show. The winner can bring a guest (also 18 or over), but only the winner will be on camera. The show films in Los Angeles, California. There is no guarantee that the winner will appear in the final edit of the episode. It is the winners responsibility to find out when their show will air and follow the local listings.

The minimum bid is $2,000.

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