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Reginald Albert Forman (born December 7, 1927), commonly known as Red, is a fictional character on The FOX Network's That '70s Show. Red Forman is played by veteran movie actor Kurtwood Smith. Red enlisted in the Navy sometime after the United States entered World War II, apparently lying about his age (he would have been roughly fifteen years old at the time of his enlistment; also, Pearl Harbor was bombed on his fourteenth birthday). During the course of his service, he survived the sinking of his destroyer and fought at the Battle of Guadalcanal. He often boasts about "driving a gunboat around Okinawa". Red also saw action at Iwo Jima as implied in the pilot episode when expressing his disgust for driving a Toyota by saying, "The last time I was this close to a piece of Japanese machinery it was shooting at me." Red also revealed that he had killed a man in combat when telling Kitty that he, "once showed a Japanese soldier the inside of his own stomach." He has also seen service in Korea, and cites this as the reason for his ironclad Cold War anti-communism.Red is married to Kitty Forman (born Sigurdson) (Debra Jo Rupp). He is a tough, no-nonsense father and tends to favor his daughter Laurie (Lisa Robin Kelly & Christina Moore) over his son Eric (Topher Grace), whom he considers soft, skinny, twitchy, and wimpy. He always sees Laurie as "Daddy's Little Girl" instead of the mean-spirited, promiscuous person she truly is, but becomes wiser to her in the second season after finding out she lied to him about moving in with a friend when she was really living with a young man.


Katherine "Kitty" Forman (née Sigurdson) (born October 13, 1933) is a fictional character on the FOX Network's That '70s Show. She is played by comic actress Debra Jo Rupp. Kitty is a nurse but sometimes takes a break from her career to make peace in the family. She also has a very recognizable laugh and a fondness for square dancing.Red Forman (Kurtwood Smith). She is mother to daughter Laurie (Lisa Robin Kelly), with whom she has a stressful relationship, and son Eric (Topher Grace), whom she has a habit of overprotecting, even to the point of saying that his girlfriend Donna Pinciotti seduced her "poor boy and tricked him into having sex with her," a statement that could not be further from the truth. Unlike Red, Kitty also seems to enjoy Eric's friends hanging around the house, sometimes mothering them. One of Kitty's favorite pastimes is being a mother — making sandwiches, baking cookies, and looking after children. She does not want Eric to move out, fearing that if he does, she will have no one to take care of.


Midge Pinciotti (born February 8, 1940) and Bob Pinciotti (born December 30, 1939) are two fictional characters on the popular Fox sitcom That 70s Show (1998). They are the loving, lovable but slow witted parents of the red haired tomboy Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon). Midge was portrayed by Tanya Roberts, and Bob was portrayed by Don Stark. Because of their impaired thought processes, which leads them to be easily influenced by 1970s fads (particularly Bob, who sports stereotypically bad 1970s permed hair and wears gaudy polyester leisure suits), they constantly embarrass their daughter, Donna. Bob and Midge were high school sweethearts, and Bob fondly recalls the first time he saw Midge: "She was the tallest girl in biology class." Midge recalled that "Bob was the shortest boy, but what he lacked in height he made up for in shortness." It is hinted that Bob and Midge got married because Midge became pregnant with Donna while still in high school (which conflicts with the fact that Bob and Midge had an older daughter Valerie, so perhaps it was Valerie Midge was pregnant with at their marriage). Bob ran a local home appliance store called "Bargain Bob's", which is eventually run out of business by Price Mart.


Midge Pinciotti (born February 8, 1940) and Bob Pinciotti (born December 30, 1939) are two fictional characters on the popular Fox sitcom That 70s Show (1998). They are the loving, lovable but slow witted parents of the red haired tomboy Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon). Midge was portrayed by Tanya Roberts, and Bob was portrayed by Don Stark.Because of their impaired thought processes, which leads them to be easily influenced by 1970s fads (particularly Bob, who sports stereotypically bad 1970s permed hair and wears gaudy polyester leisure suits), they constantly embarrass their daughter, Donna. Bob and Midge were high school sweethearts, and Bob fondly recalls the first time he saw Midge: "She was the tallest girl in biology class." Midge recalled that "Bob was the shortest boy, but what he lacked in height he made up for in shortness." It is hinted that Bob and Midge got married because Midge became pregnant with Donna while still in high school (which conflicts with the fact that Bob and Midge had an older daughter Valerie, so perhaps it was Valerie Midge was pregnant with at their marriage). Bob ran a local home appliance store called "Bargain Bob's", which is eventually run out of business by Price Mart.


Leonard Chingkwake (born August 24, 1924) is a character on the Fox sitcom That '70s Show. Played by Tommy Chong, an iconic actor associated with the stoner culture of the 1970s, he was most commonly referred to as Leo. His full name is unknown, but in Season 8 of the show, it's revealed that Leo's full first name is "Leonard." The character is an aging hippie and the owner of a Foto Hut at which Steven Hyde worked. Leo himself does not have a strong work ethic, often putting play before work and maintaining an easy-going attitude in all things, business included.Leo is a very confused individual, possibly because of his drug use. In the episode "Who Wants It More?", he finds Hyde, Fez and Michael Kelso looking for UFOs. Hyde asks Leo what he is doing. Leo responds with, "Wow, that's a really good question man!", and does not know the answer. In the same episode, Leo says that he once saw a UFO at a football game that told him to have a good year (actually the Goodyear blimp). A further indicator of Leo's confusion is when he says, "He's making us look bad in front of the boss!" at the Foto Hut, forgetting that he is the boss. In one episode, he also reveals that he thinks he met God on the bus, who told him the meaning of life and gave him a pretzel. Leo forgot the meaning of life, but says it was a pretty good pretzel.Leo has a bad memory. When he and Hyde are reunited, for example, Leo does not remember that he owned a Foto Hut. It is revealed in the episode "Stone Cold Crazy" that drugs can refresh Leo's memory.