Topher Grace has always been the best part of That 70's Show and the reviews saying that the new show focused too much on the original series characters are dead wrong.

The writing obviously wasn't bad, but the natural chemistry of the cast is absolutely what made the show so memorable and beloved.

And the only way the new show can become memorable and beloved is for the new cast to develop that talent, chemistry, and rapport.

Which is near-impossible even in ideal circumstances and only harder when you're juxtaposed and contrasted, out the gate, with people who already have it that the audience already cares about.

Look I haven't seen the show, but your post kind of sounds like you're agreeing with the reviews, they just think the show should correct the issue and maximize its chance at success and you think they should limit their chance of success and squeeze out every single ounce of memberberry juice they can.

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