Twelve modern kids are taken and put in a house where they live like they're in the 1970s. They can't use anything that didn't exist in the 70s, including cellphones and iPods! They even ... See full summary »
Twelve modern kids are taken and put in a house where they live like they're in the 1970s. They can't use anything that didn't exist in the 70s, including cellphones and iPods! They even have to use phrases from the 70s, such as "groovy" and "foxy." If they bring up anything modern, they can be brought to the elimination round. The winner will receive some huge prizes when they get back to living in 2005. Do these foxy kids have what it takes to live a groovy 70s life? Written by
We take 12 modern kids and force them to live as though it were the 1970s. No cell phones, no iPods, no Britney! Only rotary phones, 8 tracks and Farrah. Will they be able to survive the groovy life? Find out in The 70s House.
During the "To Tell the Truth" elimination segment, actor
Christopher Atkins was brought in as a '70s star and stated that The Blue Lagoon was released in 1979. However, the film was actually released in June 1980. Also, referring to Atkins as a '70s star is questionable as his only screen role in the 1970s was a bit part in _Streets of San Francisco, The (1972)_. See more »
This show is definitely one of the best shows that MTV has decided to put out this year. It is very original and very funny, unlike any other show. It is hard for anyone I know to get bored while watching this show because it is hilarious. The contestants are all very different and are interesting as well. They keep the show running well with all the awkward moments and amazement of aspects of the 70's. The host, Dawn, is also a VERY unique character who is definitely someone that you will probably laugh at. The style of the 70's, including the furniture and the clothing worn by the contestants, also makes the show funny as well. In conclusion, this show is definitely worth watching.
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