That '70s Show

Everybody Loves Casey - S4-E26

Factual error: The gang keeps referring to the theme park 'Great America' as "Six Flags." Up until the 80's the park was actually Marriott's Great America. There is no other Six Flags theme park in the area. - from Wikipedia "Marriott Corporation began construction on the park in 1974, and opened it in 1976 as "Marriott's Great America". In 1984, the park was purchased by Six Flags Corporation, becoming the 7th Six Flags park."

Class Picture - S4-E20

Factual error: During the episode, it goes back to 1968 and in the closing credits Eric is listed as being 7. However, he can't be because in 'Eric's Birthday' it was 1976 and he had turned 17. Thus in '68 he would have had to be 8 or 9 (depending on his birth) but certainly not 7.

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Suggested correction: Eric's birthday is officially March 5 1960, per the show's website. So he would have been 7, turning 8, in 1968. However, in the show, his birth date is inconsistent and it's for those episodes that a mistake should be listed (such as e01s02).

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Donna's Story - S4-E8

Continuity mistake: Jackie enters the basement and say: "Oh my God Donna, great story." while she is holding the newspaper by the sides. In the next shot, while the gang is laughing, she is now holding it by the bottom.

Bye-Bye Basement - S4-E5

Continuity mistake: Hyde must have gone into the future to get his Spiderman pillowcase because it has the Spiderman logo from the 1990's on it, not the 1970's one.

Jackie Says Cheese - S4-E13

Factual error: Eric compares Jackie and Kelso's breakup dilemma to "Sophie's Choice...but for morons." Sophie's Choice was not published until 1979 (the movie in 1982), when this episode takes place in 1978. (02:49:00)

Eric's Hot Cousin - S4-E14

Continuity mistake: When Kitty asks Red for a cat Red is reading a copy of Time magazine. He closes the magazine and puts it down on his knee while he tells her why he doesn't want a cat in the house but in the next shot the magazine is back in his hands and open to where it was before he closed it.

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