That 90's Show

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Which is funny because if you have read anything about him. The rest of the cast couldn’t stand him personally. Apparently he’s a giant tool in real life.
I haven't read much about him. I just always heard he was more of an introvert as opposed to the other cast members, which may have been a good thing knowing what we know about Danny Masterson now.
 

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"That 70's Show" was entertaining because it had interesting/relatable-ish characters and decent stories that were placed in the context of 70's culture. I suspect that like most sequels/spin-offs, the executives totally misunderstood what made the original popular so "That 80's Show" ended up essentially being a series of memes rather than a coherent story. I thought "The Goldbergs" did a good job with the 80's like "That 70's Show," "The Wonder Years" with 60's culture and "All In The Family" with the 50's culture.
 

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Feels like I'm not the demo for that show. Those kids are young.
I saw a can of Cafe Bustelo in the cabinets when Kitty was handing out treats.
I highly doubt Red Foreman drinks espresso.
 

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I remember in college there was a reality show on MTV called 'The 70s House', Natasha Leggaro was the host (where I fell in love with her), and then they tried the 90's version and it failed hard.
 

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Well The Goldbergs was basicially that and was awesome
The Goldbergs was my generation's The Wonder Years. I watched it with my son the same way I watched The Wonder Years with my dad. The Goldbergs did a spinoff called Schooled, which was a 90's version of the show. It lasted two seasons.
 

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I think that they went a little too far going multi-cultural from the preview I watched. It's Wisconsin.