That 70s Show Season 4
Season four of That 70s Show starts off where season three stopped: Eric Forman has broken up with Donna and although it’s he who broke up with her, he’s totally devastated about it. Jackie finds that since Donna isn’t with Eric anymore, she should go out and start dating again. Hence: she hooks her up with Michael Kelso’s brother Casey.
When Jackie’s father finds out she’s having an affair with Michael, he gives her the choice between Michael and having money. Unexpectedly she chooses for Michael but that means she’ll actually have to go out and find a job to earn some cash. She quickly finds a job at a local cheese shop, but Tod, one of her colleagues, has an eye out for her and when they finally kiss, Michael goes berserk.
Midge Pinciotti finally leaves her husband Bob who gets torn apart by this act but luckily after some time he meets a woman called Joanne in the supermarket and the two get off with each other, something Donna isn’t all too happy with. Meanwhile, Fez has finally gotten himself a girlfriend: Big Rhonda!
Sound and Vision:
The image contains a number of compression errors, some edge enhancement and certain scenes suffer from grain. Luckily it’s not as bad as “Friends” though and overall it’s viewable.
The 2.0 sound does its job but nothing more.
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This season continues in the well-known tradition of That 70s Show which means plenty of good jokes and situations that will bring a smile to anyone’s face. New are the introduction of Casey Kelso who’s being played by Luke Wilson and the fact that Fotohut owner and dopehead Leo gets a bigger role which is nice as they really add some additional weight to the series and make sure it doesn’t become repetitive. Joanne, Bob’s new girlfriend, is also a nice addition as she brings some counterweight to the character of Red Forman.
People that liked the previous seasons of this show will certainly not be let down with this one despite the fact that a couple episodes clearly are of a lesser quality and have some flashbacks to earlier episodes in the series.