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[08/23/05 - 12:00 AM]
That '70s Show Premieres with a Special One-Hour Episode Wednesday, NoV. 2 and "Stacked" Premieres Wednesday, NoV. 9, on FOX

[via press release from FOX]

"THAT '70s SHOW" PREMIERES WITH A SPECIAL ONE-HOUR EPISODE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2 AND "STACKED" PREMIERES WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9, ON FOX

THAT '70s SHOW premieres Wednesday, Nov. 2 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) and STACKED premieres Wednesday, Nov. 9 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

In the one-hour premiere of THAT '70s SHOW, the eighth season picks up with Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) and Red (Kurtwood Smith) discovering their empty nest isn't very empty, even with Eric in Africa. Meanwhile, Hyde (Danny Masterson) returns from Las Vegas, where he went to clear his mind after catching Jackie (Mila Kunis) and Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) in a compromising position. But when Kelso and Donna (Laura Prepon) tell Jackie that Hyde planned on proposing to her, Jackie tries to win him back, only to discover that what happens in Vegas, doesn't necessarily stay in Vegas. Then things go from bad to worse for Hyde, who discovers that while he was away, Leo (Tommy Chong) nearly put the record store out of business. But Hyde's plan to fire Leo goes up in smoke when he ends up keeping Leo and hiring a new guy, Randy (new cast member Josh Meyers). Meanwhile, in an effort to get over Hyde, Jackie drags Donna and Fez (Wilmer Valderrama) out for a night on the town, but ends up humiliated when she reveals a little too much.

Returning for its second season, STACKED was primetime's No. 1 new comedy among Adults 18-49 for the 2004-05 season. A workplace ensemble comedy, STACKED revolves around the beautiful Skyler Dayton (Pamela Anderson), who, wanting a major lifestyle change from her hard-partying routine and rocky relationships, landed a job at Stacked Books, a small, family-run bookstore owned by the meticulous Gavin Miller (Elon Gold) and his hip-to-be-square brother Stuart (Brian Scolaro). The store's two other regular inhabitants are the hapless barista Katrina (Marisa Jaret Winokur) and the absentminded professor Harold March (Christopher Lloyd).

THAT '70s SHOW is a Carsey-Werner production created by Bonnie Turner, Terry Turner and Mark Brazill. Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, Dean Batali, Rob DesHotel and Mark Hudis are executive producers.

STACKED is a 20th Century Television Production created by Steven Levitan. Levitan and Jeffrey Richman serve as executive producers. Danny Zuker and Stephen Lloyd are co-executive producers.





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· STACKED (FOX)
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