That '70s Show: Season 4, Episode 24

That '70s Musical (30 Apr. 2002)

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The others all react blasé, except Kitty, when Fez reminds them tomorrow is the spring musical he has been preparing for enthusiastically for weeks. In his innocent dream, Fez is a real ... See full summary »

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The others all react blasé, except Kitty, when Fez reminds them tomorrow is the spring musical he has been preparing for enthusiastically for weeks. In his innocent dream, Fez is a real star, and everybody gets his or her place, but in reality his music teacher, Mr. Wilkinson, punishes the eager beaver for 'imitating my accent' by putting him on the last row, with losers and ugly kids. When the big day looks like it's a total bummer, Fez is surprised to see... Written by KGF Vissers

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About the music teacher
23 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really liked this episode - but I am surprised that no one mentioned that the music teacher was Roger Daltry... who was the singer for The Who.

I am also surprised that they didn't make use of that - maybe have the gang sing a song from The Who. I know, they weren't really a "70's" band, but so what, it would have been funny. This also would have been a great episode for cameo's - but even without em, this was a fun episode.

I also thought the singing was pretty good - not great, but pretty good. I also really like 70's music, so I enjoyed this episode.

To many people seem to want each episode to be some Oscar winning production - but I watch TV for entertainment, and this episode entertained me.


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