That '70s Show

That '70s Show (1998)

5 corrected entries in season 2

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Moon Over Point Place (1) - S2-E26

Corrected entry: The show is based in the 70s, but Donna sings "Baby got back" which is from the 90s.

00:09:15

Correction: Not sure if this is just a troll entry, but she does not sing "Baby got back." She says she likes showing her butt and then sings " (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty."

Bishop73

Holy Crap! - S2-E23

Corrected entry: During the game of cards when Kitty brings the youth minister to the house, Laurie, assuming to get the minister's attention, plays three "6" cards spelling out the number of the beast, "666". Although the suits are hard to discern, all three of the cards she played are black which would be impossible in a regular deck of cards.

Correction: First two cards are definitely red and the last is black. But, regardless, I believe they're playing rummy, which often uses multiple decks (though only one is visible on the table). Either way, it looks like heart (red), diamond (red), club (black).

Hunting - S2-E13

Corrected entry: At dinner near the end of the show, Red apologizes for the buck shot in the meat. Since he used a rifle in the hunt, there would not be any buck shot.

JDSquared

Correction: There was buckshot in the meat because red mentions that Erik had to shoot it with a shotgun because it was squirming around to which Erik replies "I had to. It was screaming."

Cat Fight Club - S2-E25

Corrected entry: When Red is in the future and his jet pack lifts him up you can see two white lines [looks like they were put in digitally to cover the black lines] pulling him up.

Correction: They purposely add this to make it look funny and cheesey.

Garage Sale - S2-E1

Corrected entry: The reason for the garage sale was that Red lost his job, but that doesn't actually happen until the next episode.

Correction: His last day on his job isn't until the next episode "Red's Last Day." He already knows he lost his job. There is nothing wrong with them showing him having a garage sale to help expenses. He could have had the garage sale on a Saturday and his last day at the plant was the next week. So there is no plot problem with them having the garage sale prior to his last day at work.

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