The show was initially titled "Teenage Wasteland" and later "The Kids Are Alright".However, because both names were references to songs by The Who, legal issues prevented their use.As a result, the show was eventually announced as "Feelin' Alright", but because that name had few supporters, a search for a new title began.

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They had attended the play to watch their daughter and were impressed by Grace. Throughout the show's entire eight seasons, Fez's country is never revealed.

It almost was revealed in the first half of the series finale but Fez and his friend, Andrew, gave the gang a hard time on figuring it out.

In the Grooves record store, a poster can be seen behind the counter up higher of Lynyrd Skynyrd, advertising their Street Survivors 1977 Winter Tour.

Tommy Chong, who played Leo, was absent from the show while serving a jail sentence for selling "drug paraphernalia" (water pipes).

He expressed surprise later that this wasn't written into the show's storyline.

The producers and cast spent a lot of time figuring out a way to represent the main characters' usage of marijuana (not in a pro-pot manner, but to have realism on a 1970's-set show) and eventually came up with the "rotating camera" sequences set in the Formans' basement, which showed the effects of the "puff and pass" where each character inhaled and then sent a joint forward, but never actually showed anyone doing either of those things.

Jackie (Mila Kunis) and Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) were one of the show's main (if on-again/off-again) couples.

In 2012, six years after the end of "That '70s Show," Kunis and Kutcher started dating in their real lives as well; in 2014, Kunis had the couple's first child. Out of the six main characters (Fez, Eric, Kelso, Hyde, Donna and Jackie) the eldest actor, Danny Masterson who plays Hyde, was 22 when the show began in 1998.

The youngest actor, Mila Kunis who plays Jackie, was 22 when the show ended in 2006.

The fifth season episode titles are all Led Zeppelin song titles, the sixth season are all The Who songs, the seventh season are all The Rolling Stones songs and the 8th season's titles are all Queen songs.

Topher Grace was cast after the show's creators, Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner, saw him in a high-school play.