Movie PictureIn celebration of That 70s Show: Season Three coming to DVD, we're picking some lucky readers of MovieWeb to receive the complete season set, out now on DVD from Fox Home Entertainment.

Can you dig it? The hilarious hit TV series is back for a third trip on DVD with the release of Carsey Werner's That 70s Show: The Complete 3rd Season, arriving November 15, 2005 as a groovy, must-own 4-disc DVD set from Fox Home Entertainment. Showcasing a hilarious all-star ensemble cast including Ashton Kutcher (Guess Who, "Punk'd"), Topher Grace (In Good Company), Wilmer Valderrama (Party Monster), Danny Masterson (Dracula 2000), Laura Prepon (Slackers), Mila Kunis (Tony ‘n' Tina's Wedding, "Family Guy") and many more, the acclaimed show follows the lives of high school friends and their growing pains throughout the decade of sex, drugs and rock n' roll. Spotlighting all 25 episodes from season three, That 70s Show: The Complete 3rd Season is loaded with far out bonus material including optional commentary, introductions by cast members, and an overview featurette for Season Three. That 70s Show: The Complete 3rd Season is priced at $49.98 US/$69.98 Canada.

Synopsis:

Crank up the 8-track and flash back to a time when platform shoes and puka shells were all the rage in this hilarious retro-sitcom starring Ashton Kutcher (Just Married, Dude, Where's My Car? and TV's "Punk'd") and Topher Grace (In Good Company). For Eric, Kelso, Jackie, Hyde, Donna and Fez, a group of high school teens who spend most of their time hanging out in Eric's basement, life in the '70s isn't always so groovy. But between trying to figure out the meaning of life, avoiding their parents, and dealing with out-of-control hormones, they've learned one thing for sure: they'll always get by with a little help from their friends.

DVD Special Features:

That 70s Show: The Complete 3rd Season four-disc set is fully-loaded with special features including episode introductions from cast members, as well as a season three overview featurette and six exclusive commentaries on select episodes by director David Trainer. The series is presented with English subtitles and English Dolby Surround. The following is the breakdown for each disc:

Disc One

- "Reefer Madness" - with an optional intro by Danny Masterson

- "Red Sees Red" - with an optional intro by Debra Jo Rupp

- "Hyde's Father" - with an optional intro by Danny Masterson

- "Too Old To Trick Or Treat, Too Young To Die" - with an optional intro by Mila Kunis; and commentary by director David Trainer and writer Patrick Kienlen

- "Roller Disco" - with an optional intro by Wilmer Valderrama

- "Eric's Panties" - with an optional intro by Debra Jo Rupp; and commentary by director

David Trainer and writer Patrick Kienlen

- Season Three: Overview featurette

Disc Two

- "Baby Fever"

- "Jackie Bags Hyde" - with an optional intro by Kurtwood Smith

- "Hyde's Christmas Rager" - with an optional intro by Danny Masterson

- "Ice Shack" - with an optional intro by Mila Kunis

- "Who Wants It More" - with an optional intro by Kurtwood Smith

- "Fez Gets The Girl" - with an optional intro by Wilmer Valderrama

- "Dine & Dash" - with an optional intro by Don Stark; and commentary by director David Trainer and writer Patrick Kienlen

Disc Three

- "Radio Daze" - with commentary by director David Trainer

- "Donna's Panties"

- "Romantic Weekend" - with an optional intro by Kurtwood Smith

- "Kitty's Birthday (That's Today?!)" - with an optional intro by Debra Jo Rupp

- "The Trials of M. Kelso" - with an optional intro by Don Stark

- "Eric's Naughty No-No"

- "Holy Craps"

Disc Four

- "Fez Dates Donna" - with an optional intro by Don Stark

- "Eric's Drunken Tattoo" - with commentary by director David Trainer

- "Canadian Road Trip" - with an optional intro by Wilmer Valderrama

- "Backstage Pass" - with an optional intro by Kurtwood Smith

- "The Promise Ring" - with commentary by director David Trainer

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