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The Most Famous Guest Stars on That ’70s Show

One of your favorite voice actors (D’Oh!) makes an appearance…

    Alright, we’re gonna level with you. Here at RetroEnt, we’re TV obsessed. Yep, we’ve got a problem. We have issues. We have TV on the brain – and we’re pretty sure we have square eyes from looking at our television screens for so long (our moms were right!) But really, is there anyone who ISN’T TV obsessed? With the likes of Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video and allllllll of the TV channels on offer nowadays, how could we not be?

    Over the past few decades, we’ve been introduced to new and improved TV shows that have changed the course of history forever. Yuh-huh, they’re that impressive. There’s Stranger Things (amazing), there’s How To Get Away With Murder (gripping), there’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Pinot-Noirrrrrrrr!), and there’s Game of Thrones (incredible) – and all of them make us want to sit in our underpants with a tub of Ben & Jerry’s, a bucket of popcorn and a good ol’ blanket to binge watch episode after episode. However, there is no TV show that comes close to That ‘70s Show.

    That ‘70s Show first aired in 1998 and followed the lives of a group of kids in Point Place, Wisconsin during the 1970s (AKA the best era ever). But these weren’t just any kids. Oh, no. This show pulled out all of the stops and managed to bag themselves an all-star cast for the major characters. We’re talking Topher Grace, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, Wilmer Valderrama, Danny Masterson, Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith – and it’s fair to say they absolutely rocked it. Alongside these characters were a wealth of guest stars who would schmooze with them, booze with them, or just show their faces on one of the best TV shows ever created. Unfortunately, these faces came off our screens in 2006 (and we’re still not over it), so if you’re feeling a little blue and want to walk down memory lane, check out the most outrageous guest stars on That ‘70s Show…

    Lindsay Lohan

    Lindsay Lohan has definitely had some ups and downs during her acting career. Her appearance on That ’70s Show is a definite high point in her career – apart from Freaky Friday because, really, who could top that? Lindsay appears as Danielle in the episode “Mother’s Little Helper”. Long-story-short, Danielle becomes entwined in a love triangle between Fez and Kelso. *Spoiler Alert* She chooses Fez.