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That '90s Show Images Reveal Bob's Return

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Another original That '70s Show character has returned as new That '90s Show images reveal that Bob is back. Acting as a sequel series to the beloved '70s-based sitcom, That '90s Show will focus on Eric and Donna's teenage daughter, Leia, as she spends the summer of '95 with her grandparents, Red and Kitty, in Point Place, Wisconsin fifteen years after the events of the original show. One of the more memorable supporting characters from That '70s Show was Donna's father, Bob Pinciotti. While the original sitcom ended in 2006, audiences haven't seen the last of the Formans' next-door neighbor.

New That 90s Show images reveal that Bob is officially back in the Netflix sequel series. EW unveiled a total of four photos revealing Bob's return in episode 6, seen in the Formans' kitchen alongside original cast members Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp as Red and Kitty Forman. Even though the '70s are over, Bob is still sporting his trademark curly wig and sideburns. In one image, he's wearing a black sequin jacket to try and one-up Red at their granddaughter's birthday party. Check out the first look at Bob in That 90s Show below:

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When Will That '90s Show Reveal More Original '70s Show Characters?

Bob was one of the more memorable supporting characters in That '70 Show, as he appeared in all 200 episodes played by Don Stark and endeared himself to audiences with his sideburns and signature greeting, "Hey there, hi there, ho there!" With original cast members Kurtwood Smith, Debra Jo Rupp, and now Don Stark having been revealed, fans are still eagerly anticipating a look at the main gang's return. Topher Grace's Eric, Laura Prepon's Donna, Mila Kunis' Jackie, Aston Kutcher's Kelso, and Wilmer Valderrama's Fez will all appear in That '90s Show in some capacity. Danny Masterson's Hyde won't be returning due to the rape accusations and legal troubles the actor is currently embroiled in.

While featuring Red and Kitty, the That '90s Show teaser trailer opted not to reveal the original gang. Instead of relying too heavily on nostalgia and returning characters, the first footage focused on introducing Eric and Donna's smart and snarky teenage daughter, Leia, played by Callie Haverda. The sequel show's new inseparable gang will be formed as Leia bonds with other teenagers in Point Place, including Ashley Aufderheide as Gwen, Mace Coronel as Jay, Maxwell Acee Donovan as Nate, Reyn Doi as Ozzie, and Sam Morelos as Nikki.

With the teaser trailer focusing on introducing the new gang, the forthcoming full-length trailer for That '90s Show will likely reveal the first look at returning characters like Donna and Eric since they are the main character's parents. Since That 70s Show's gang is only expected to appear in a cameo capacity, it wouldn't be a surprise either if their reveal is being saved for when That '90s Show premieres January 19 on Netflix. In meantime, audiences can rest assured that the fan-favorite Bob is back.

More: Why That '90s Show Trailer Is Hiding That '70s Show Characters

Source: EW


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