That '70s Show

That '70s Show (1998)

5 mistakes in season 3

Canadian Road Trip - S3-E23

Continuity mistake: Aston Kutcher slides out behind the car and screams in excitement while blowing an air horn. When he does, the wind messes up the front of his hair. A few shots later, it's neatly combed again.

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Hyde's Father - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: When Donna sees Eric in the driveway, and they apologize to each other, her two braids have a mind of their own as they move up, down, and every which way, as she and Forman speak.

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Roller Disco - S3-E5

Revealing mistake: When Jackie and Fez are doing their Roller Disco routine, it becomes very obvious that doubles are used for many of the routines. Fez does a lot of his own stunts but Jackie does very few. While they do a decent job of hiding the stunt doubles, there are several times when you can see the faces of the doubles and it is obvious it is not Mila Kunis or Wilmer Valderrama. And you do not need slow motion or stop action to see the difference.

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Canadian Road Trip - S3-E23

Factual error: A map of Canada appears behind the guys as they're being questioned by the Mounties. The territory of Nunavut, which was not officially drawn until the year 2000, appears on the map. It definitely did not exist in 1978.

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Eric's Drunken Tattoo - S3-E22

Revealing mistake: In the scene where Eric tries to kick Donna's door open. When he does, he falls back and hits the wall behind him, which wobbles.

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The show was originally titled "Teenage Wasteland" or "The Kids are Alright" but those were songs by The Who and, legally, Fox couldn't get permission to use them. They renamed the show "Feelin' Alright" to show the focus groups. However, nobody really liked the name. After the focus groups airing, the audience were heard saying they really liked that show about the 70's or that 70's show - and the name stuck.

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