That '70s Show (1998–2006)
The title is a reference to the title of that show.
The cups in the 33 cent store read "That 70's Show"
Title mentioned by Ashton Kutcher
behind the scenes footage is shown
In RAB5 the animal babies get stoned and get in a circle and talk about things like in That 70's Show
Mentioned by Ashton Kutcher
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Dan says "G'day J.D." then J.D. says "Dan" then Dan says "I said G'day". This references multiple times during That 70's Show when Fez says "Good Day" then another character says "But Fez" and Fez says "I said Good Day!"
The cast appeared to promote this show
Topher Grace, playing himself, talks about it.
Mentioned during the monologue
mentioned that Danny Masterson is doing a TV show
Peter says "We've got to come up with a crazy scheme like the kids on That 70s Show"
Kenny mentions the show.
Mentioned by Jay Mohr
In "Dad Day Afternoon", Grim's father is modeled after the character of Red Foreman, who is played by Kurtwood Smith, who voices Grim's father on this show
referenced in clue and correct response in "Word's Worth" category
Valderrama talks about the show
Sonia Kruger mentions this title at the start of her chat to Jamie Durie after the male celebrities' disco performance.
Piz is called Fez.
The opening sequence have the 5 street fighters re-enact "That 70s Show" opening sequence.
mentioned as Fox's hit show
Mentioned by Dode the bouncer
title reference to "The Kid's Are Allright" which is the original title of "That '70s Show"
camera swings about a table, capturing individual statements and reactions in a one-shot
Included in an $8,000 question
Listed as one of Kurtwood Smith's credits and is mentioned as another FOX show that he was on.
Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain talk about one of their first jobs being adapting "That '70s Show" for the UK.
Mentioned in dialogue
Included in a $16,000 question
Thaddeus looks somewhat like Steven Hyde
mentioned in dialogue
Subject of a $7,500 question
In his letter to Prescott, Shawn writes "Good day. I said good day, sir." This is Fez's trademark line.
A stand-up comic says that Wilmer Valderrama's mother is a "Fez dispenser."
Topher Grace's cameo in Spider-Man 2 is pointed out as him being "that dweeb from That '70s Show"
Panda mentions Topher Grace being on That 70s Show
"...who turns out to be the dad from That 70s Show?"
Point Place is mentioned
Jay asks Mila Kunis how old she was when she was cast on the show
"He comes across Meg from That '70s Show."
Katherine mentions the show by name.
Mindy says her internet date looks like Topher Grace from "That '70s Show".
Mentioned by Tosh
cast photo shown
Yvette Nicole Brown mentions this television show by name as '70s show during the game Celebrity Name Game
The show is mentioned when Brittany, Sharon and Jackie are talking about Ashton Kutcher.
The character 'Fat Rhonda' is a reference to 'Big Rhonda' from That '70s Show
'That 70s cameo'
Homer uses Fez's early season catchphrase: "good day! I said 'good day!'"
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Laura Prepon
Mentioned by James Corden when announcing Wilmer Valderama as a guest on the show.
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces his brother Josh
Closing credits: "That '70s Line"
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
"...that she's willing to bang Kelso from That '70s Show."
mentioned by Jen Lada
Referenced by name.
Jimmy mentions Ashton Kutcher's earlier series
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Ashton Kutcher
Subject of a question.
Clips shown in a segment on Bob and Midge.
One of the movies showing at the Springfield Googleplex is "That '70s Movie".
Cousin Scott is not only not unlike Kelso, he's also played by Ashton Kutcher and there is a flashback to a familiar looking water tower.
Characters watch a sitcom called "That 30s Show" which spoofs this show.
the entire cast spoof their characters
The cast encounters a pre-colonial version of this recent FOX sitcom