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"That '70s Show" Special: The Final Goodbye (2006)

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Original Air Date:
11 May 2006
A look back at the early episodes of That '70s Show, interviews with the cast and crew, and a preview of the series finale. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Topher Grace ... Eric Forman

Mila Kunis ... Jackie Burkhart

Ashton Kutcher ... Michael Kelso

Danny Masterson ... Steven Hyde

Laura Prepon ... Donna Pinciotti

Wilmer Valderrama ... Fez

Debra Jo Rupp ... Kitty Forman

Kurtwood Smith ... Reginald "Red" Forman

Don Stark ... Bob Pinciotti

Josh Meyers ... Randy Pearson

Tommy Chong ... Leo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

James Avery ... Officer Kennedy (archive footage)

Valerie Harper ... Paula (archive footage)
Michael Karlich ... Himself
Lisa Robin Kelly ... Laurie Forman #1 (archive footage)

Lindsay Lohan ... Herself

Christina Moore ... Laurie Forman #2 (archive footage)
Jason Pierce ... Male stripper

Tom Poston ... Burt (archive footage)

Tim Reid ... William Barnett (archive footage)
Mark Rich ... Himself

Marion Ross ... Bernice Forman (archive footage)

Brooke Shields ... Herself

Jessica Simpson ... Annette / Herself (archive footage)
David Trainer ... Himself

Jud Tylor ... Samantha Hyde (archive footage)

Betty White ... Bea (archive footage)

Bruce Willis ... Himself

Luke Wilson ... Himself
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Episode Crew
Directed by
David Trainer 
Produced by
Garry Bormet .... producer
Bill Bracken .... supervising producer
Karen Clark .... associate producer
Mark Hudis .... executive producer
Brad Lachman .... executive producer
Stefen Maekawa .... coordinating producer
Original Music by
Jeremy Sweet 
Film Editing by
Brian Osborn 
Casting by
G. Charles Wright 
Production Design by
Garvin Eddy 
Makeup Department
Tracey Levy .... makeup artist
Angela Moos .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Danny Filous .... second assistant director
Art Department
Amy Rost .... assistant property master
Henry Saine .... graphic artist
Sound Department
Richard Partlow .... foley artist (as Rick Partlow)
Vince Rohr .... sound mixer
David Weinstock .... production sound supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeff Barnett .... camera operator
David Colclasure .... camera operator
Greg Gayne .... still photographer
Steve Gilbert .... dolly grip
George La Fountaine Jr. .... camera operator
Mark Pickens .... dolly grip
Michael Yarish .... still photographer (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Audrey Fisher .... assistant costume designer
Music Department
Laurie Melan .... composer: additional music
Ryan Neill .... music supervisor
Brett Perry .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Frank Khoury .... driver
Other crew
Mark Brazill .... executive consultant
Zuzana Cernik .... assistant to executive producer
Gregory Cusumano .... production assistant
Lisa Kane .... clearance coordinator
Andrew Listermann .... production assistant

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Brazill  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
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
Production CompaniesDistributorsOther Companies
  • Aerodrome  main title design and production
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Additional Details

USA:83 min

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21 out of 26 people found the following review useful.
No more "That 70's show", 11 May 2006
Author: Duke_of_hazzard01 from United States

It was great, some of the memories they have. Too bad its over...even though the last episodes did get bad, they still could have been worse. Personally I still liked the new episodes. Some of the outtakes and jokes they liked were hilarious. That 70's show was thee best in our time, and probably times to come. Some of those characters we may never see again. I would advise watching the The final goodbye to anybody. It was funny and it has many great lines and great episodes that all of us remember being a brand new episode and rising up our laughs. They had great times together. And any true that 70's show fan would absolutely love doubt about it. I even loved it. Its a bummer that it is a goodbye. It was pretty sad watching it but you also get good laughs at the same time.

So long THAT 70'S SHOW

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