Trivia: 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.
Trivia: In the fifth episode of the first season, Donna is left alone to babysit her little sister Tina. Both Tina and Valerie, Donna's older sister, were written off the show, much the same way as Richie's older brother Chuck, on Happy Days, or Laura's younger sister Judy, on Family Matters.
Trivia: During this episode Bob and Midge renew their marriage vows. Tanya Roberts, who plays Midge, was a Bond girl (Stacey Sutton) in "A View to a Kill." In addition, all of her bridesmaids initially are all also Bond girls. Honor, played by Kristina Wayborn, was Magda in "Octopussy". Barbara, played by Barbara Carrera, was Fatima Blush in "Never Say Never Again". Holly, played by Maud Adams, was Octopussy in "Octopussy".
Trivia: Throughout this episode, Pastor Dan and Eric constantly talk about how Star Wars (1977) is the greatest movie ever made and quoting some parts of the movie. It's easy to notice that Pastor Dan is played by Billy Dee Williams, who is well known for his role as Lando Calarissian in two Star Wars movies, The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983).
Trivia: No one in the Forman family ever finishes a meal...in fact, they seldom start a meal, instead getting up and leaving.
Trivia: During Bob's 'open for business' daydream, the man who has his hand up cupped over his ear while he says, "Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm next," is Gary Owens, who played the Announcer on the 60s-70s TV show 'Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In' and always had his hand cupped over his ear. In a few other episodes we only hear his very distinct voice.