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Days Like These 

British remake of the American series "That '70s Show."
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Series cast summary:
Emma Pierson ...  Jackie Burget 10 episodes, 1999
Sara Stockbridge Sara Stockbridge ...  Midge Palmer 9 episodes, 1999
Jamie Beck Jamie Beck ...  Torbjorn Rasmussen 8 episodes, 1999
Ann Bryson Ann Bryson ...  Kitty Foreman 8 episodes, 1999
Trevor Cooper ...  Ron Foreman 8 episodes, 1999
Rosie Marcel ...  Donna Palmer 8 episodes, 1999
Harry Peacock ...  Dylan Jones 8 episodes, 1999
Max Wrottesley ...  Eric Foreman 8 episodes, 1999
Steve Steen Steve Steen ...  Bob Palmer 7 episodes, 1999
Carlton James Carlton James ...  Michael Mcguire 6 episodes, 1999
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British remake of the American series "That '70s Show."

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UK

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English

Release Date:

12 February 1999 (UK) See more »

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Carsey-Werner Company See more »
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(10 episodes)

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Stereo

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Color
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Originally, 13 episodes were made but only 10 were transmitted. See more »

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Remake of That '70s Show (1998) See more »

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This is the S*&T!
8 November 2008 | by garycool12See all my reviews

10/10. It is the Bomb. It just shows how brilliant the British culture can change the attitude of the show and make so better. If you have seen the American version you will know how brilliant this show is because the American version is DIRE. First you have Eric Foreman, A proper English bloke who portrays as the original American Foreman but plays the part so much better. Next you have Ron Foreman( MY NAME! :D) He portrays a much better Red then that useless American imbecile Kurtwood Smith for the rest of the cast I believe they all played excellent parts in this brilliant production, Especially the guy who plays Bob Palmer.

In Conclusion I recommend that everyone in America should watch this show. Because it has the Uniqueness where its spin off That 70's show failed to create.


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