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A ’90s show theory could change the origin of one character

Fans on Reddit are trying to adjust to the somewhat torturous schedule of That ’70s Show And This is a ’90s show Pointing out that Leah, the daughter of Eric Forman and Donna Pinciotti Forman, may not actually be Eric’s daughter. Instead, the suggestion is that she may be the biological daughter of Donna and Randy Pearson, a character brought into the eighth and final season of the series. That ’70s Show After Topher Grace and Ashton Kutcher decided not to return, leaving a void in the group of friends at the center of the show. Played by Josh Meyers, the character briefly played a love interest for Donna while Eric was gone, and was only dumped at the very end, when Eric (and Grace) returned to send the show and installed Eric and Donna as the primary couple. .

The idea, suggested by Redditor bored_bingewatcher , that is This is a ’90s show It takes place in the summer of 1995, when Leah is 15 years old. This means that she was born during the summer of 1980, which indicates that she likely conceived during the winter of 1979 – the time when Eric was in Africa. Only returned on New Years Eve 1979/80. Donna’s breakup with Randy came only two episodes before Eric’s return, so the theory posits that he’s more likely to be the father of a baby that came somewhere between 7 and 9 months after the New Year.

The Randy/Lea theory is part of a larger discussion of how timelines should be used That ’70s Show And This is a ’90s show It doesn’t seem to actually work. But as one fan pointed out, all this arguing about timelines is a little silly, considering what we’re talking about is That ’70s Show. Schedules, as die-hard fans know, have never been so consistent.

That ’70s Show Redditor LennoxMacDuff94 pointed out 5 different Christmas episodes even though the show is only supposed to take place over 2.5 years. This means that the timeline in the original version has never been so strong, even when they had what should have been milestone events.”

This whole conversation is reminiscent of Mila Kunis’ concern — that based on the age of Jackie and Kelso’s baby, it seems as if they might already be cheating on their significant other by then. That ’70s Show is over.

“My husband and I are together in it, which is weird because we weren’t meant to be,” Kunis said last year. I called BS. I was like, ‘My character is going to be with Fez.’ I think I’m done with Wilmer. [Valderrama] Letter. And I said, “Why are you and me together?” And also, when he was married The seventies It ended with the character of Shannon Elizabeth, I think. And now we’re like, 20 years old, not 16 years old, whatever, and now [Kelso and I] Married with a kid, and I was like, “I don’t know about this.”

you can see This is a ’90s show On Netflix now.

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