6x20 That 70s Show

Original Air Date: 21 April 2014
Writer
: David Amann
Director: John Terlesky

DUSTJACKET BLURB


In 1978 mobster Vince Bianchi vanished without a trace, and when his remains turn up under a concrete demolition, traces lead back to his former sidekick, Harold, who thinks he's still living in the 1970's.

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That 70s Show

GUEST CAST

MUSIC

  • Maya Stojan - TORY ELLIS
  • Jon Polito - HAROLD LEONE
  • Richard Portnow - DETECTIVE MILT BOYLE
  • Ray Abruzzo - FRANK RUSSO
  • Gina Hecht - MARIE RUSSO
  • Dawn Lewis - YVONNE
  • Julien Cesario - SNOOKIE WATTS
  • Dre' Michael Chaney - RENO
  • Amanda Jaros - DRUGGIE GIRL
  • Guy Nardulli - BODYGUARD VINNY
  • "Last Dance" - DONNA SUMMER (end)
LITERARY AND OTHER REFERENCES
  • There are many references to 1970s pop culture in this episode, not the least of which are homages to classic cop shows such as Kojak, Starsky and Hutch, and The Streets of San Francisco, in the costumes worn by the actors in the twelfth precinct.
  • Pam Grier is an actress known for her badass action character, Foxy Brown, in the 1972 "blaxploitation" film of the same name.

MEMORABLE MOMENTS

QUOTABLE QUOTES

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  • HAROLD: Come on, baby, once you go white, nothing else seems right.
    LANIE: I’d rather be dead than in end up in your bed, jive turkey.
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JUST THE FACTS

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OOPS
  • When Beckett is on the phone with Castle while Martha is setting up the precinct, she's holding her iPhone upside down. Martha also has it upside down in one shot.
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