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"That '70s Show" It's a Wonderful Life (2001)

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Writers:
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Original Air Date:
25 September 2001 (Season 4, Episode 1)
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Plot:
Eric is absolutely devastated over his and Donna's break-up, and spends all day in bed wishing they never had kissed. But asleep an angel comes to show Eric, how his and the gang's lives had turned if he and Donna had never been together. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
David Trainer 
 
Writing credits
Bonnie Turner (created by) &
Terry Turner (created by) &
Mark Brazill (created by)

Linda Wallem (written by)

Produced by
Dean Batali .... producer
Mark Brazill .... executive producer
Marcy Carsey .... executive producer
Rob Des Hotel .... producer
Jackie Filgo .... co-executive producer
Jeff Filgo .... co-executive producer
Will Forte .... co-producer
Mark Hudis .... producer
Patrick Kienlen .... producer
Toti Levine .... associate producer
Caryn Mandabach .... executive producer
Gregg Mettler .... producer
Dave Schiff .... co-producer
Philip Stark .... co-producer
Bonnie Turner .... executive producer
Terry Turner .... executive producer
Linda Wallem .... executive producer
Tom Werner .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Jeff Sudakin 
Ben Vaughn 
 
Cinematography by
Ronald W. Browne (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Tim Ryder  (as Timothy Ryder)
 
Casting by
Cecily Adams 
Marc Hirschfeld 
Meg Liberman 
 
Production Design by
Garvin Eddy 
 
Set Decoration by
Tara Stephenson 
 
Makeup Department
Cindy Gardner .... makeup artist
Tracey Levy .... makeup artist
Gabriella Pollino .... hair department head
Gabriella Pollino .... hair designer
 
Production Management
Courtney B. Conte .... executive in charge of production
Courtney B. Conte .... unit production manager
Melanie Patterson .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Danny Filous .... second assistant director
Mavis .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Rhonda DeMarc-Elliott .... on-set dresser
Mark Rich .... property master (as Mark Patrick Rich)
Amy Rost .... assistant property master
Henry Saine .... graphic artist
Tim Lehman .... paint gang boss (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Todd Grace .... sound re-recording mixer
Craig Porter .... sound re-recordist
Vince Rohr .... production sound
Vince Rohr .... sound mixer
Wayne O'Brien .... m&e re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Dan Carrington .... titles compositor
Scott Milne .... visual effects supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Andy Anderson .... key grip
Doug Dale .... gaffer
Steve Gilbert .... dolly grip
Donald L. Hartley .... dolly grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Johnny Foam .... costume supervisor
Chris Newlander .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Clare France .... post-production assistant (as Helen Clare France)
Marc Wielage .... telecine colorist
 
Music Department
John McCullough .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Frank Khoury .... driver
 
Other crew
Ray DeVally Jr. .... technical coordinator (as Ray deValley)
Alan Dybner .... assistant to writers
Jill Effron .... assistant to writers
Sallie Houston .... production assistant
Tricia Kangrga .... script supervisor
Derrick Littles .... production assistant
Sarah McLaughlin .... assistant to writers
Robyn Mesher .... production assistant
Bryan Moore .... story editor
Melodie Moore .... production assistant
Mona Nash .... production assistant
Kristin Newman .... story editor
Chris Peterson .... story editor (as Christopher Peterson)
Maria Picaso .... production assistant
Daliah Rogow Nichols .... production executive (as Daliah Rogow)
Catherine Lee Wright .... production assistant
Mike Doto .... production staff (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Brazill  creator
Bonnie Turner  creator
Terry Turner  creator

Produced by
Joel Madison .... producer
Chris Peters .... producer (2004)
Tim Ryder .... associate producer (pilot episode)
 
Casting by
Tara-Anne Johnson  (as Tara Johnson)
 
Makeup Department
Kim Ayers .... additional makeup artist
Nanci Cascio .... hair stylist
Selina Jayne .... assistant makeup artist
Julie Kristy .... makeup artist
Rosemary Lawrence .... assistant makeup artist (2003)
Rela Martine .... makeup artist
Melanie Mills .... makeup artist
Cheryl Ann Nick .... makeup artist (as Cheryl Nick)
Verina Schafer .... additional hair stylist
David Syner .... key makeup artist
 
Art Department
Richard J. Ramirez Jr. .... assistant art director
George Sartiano .... property creator
 
Sound Department
Mitch Bryan .... sound recordist
Yasmin Muniz .... boom operator
Brian Porlier .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Kevin Pike .... special effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Dane Farwell .... stunt coordinator
Gene LeBell .... stunts
Diana R. Lupo .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
James M. Chizmar Jr. .... grip
Jim Chizmar .... grip
Howard Ford .... camera operator
R. Michael Stringer .... grip
Zak Walshon .... assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Cara Coslow .... vice president of casting: Carsey-Werner-Mandabach
Elizabeth Gentry .... casting manager: Carsey-Werner-Mandabach (as Elizabeth Druyun)
Lee A. Miles .... extras casting
Alex Staggs .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Guy Miracle .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Lenny Duge .... post-production duplication
Andy Lichtstein .... colorist
 
Music Department
Brett Perry .... composer: special music (2001-2006)
 
Other crew
James Anderson .... publicist
Sean Coyle .... production assistant (2003-2005)
Jason Guess .... production staff
Artemisa Gutierrez .... publicist
Joe Lampe .... production staff
Michael B. Louis .... production assistant
Neal Naito .... assistant to cast
Shaun Newton .... production assistant
Gene Oh .... production staff
John Rios .... production staff
Diann Shaw .... publicist (2003)
Edana Tisherman .... production staff
 
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Additional Details

Runtime:
22 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
There are repeated references to Ashton Kutcher's role in Dude, Where's My Car? (2000). In the Hitchcock episode, Kelso (played by Kutcher) tells the paper boy, "This is a case of mistaken identity", a phrase he used many times in "Dude...". In the episode "It's a Wonderful Life", Kelso's future wife says she'll be waiting in the LeCar. Kutcher's character in "Dude..." also drove a LeCar. Ashton also uses the line, "LeCar for LeZak," in Just Married (2003).See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: When the Angel takes Eric to his 10th high school reunion, Jackie is there too. She wasn't part of the Class of '79. She told Red she was a sophomore when the rest of the gang had Career Day.See more »
Quotes:
Eric:You're not an angel. You don't even float. Everyone knows angels float.
The Angel:Fine.
[starts floating above the floor and glowing brightly]
The Angel:Eric Forman, God's favorite cherub. Come with me, and I will release you of your suffering. Don't be afraid, little one.
Eric:No offense, but are you coming on to me?
See more »
Movie Connections:
References It's a Wonderful Life (1946)See more »
Soundtrack:
Don't Worry Be HappySee more »

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Kelso at the Reunion, 12 October 2008
Author: Tim Ruebins from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

When Eric is shown the future with the Angel, he is present from the 1970s to the 1980s. He is shown what it would be like if he'd had never loved. In the future, Kelso loses his job as the highest paid weather man to selling mattresses for Eric. Seeing the future, Erics final destination of his dream is 10 years further in the future at the Class Reunion. Kelso lets himself go. He had gain weight, looking round with a belly poking out, and wearing a tight pink shirt, tucked in to show he has an outie bellybutton that's distinctly poking through the shirt. From previous shows I do believe Kelso had an innie bellybutton. How was it possible for an innie to become an outie?

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