Are mila kunis and danny masterson dating
This celebrated show comes with a collection of tales filled with romance, regret, and resentment.
Let's take a trip to Eric Forman's basement and find out what was happening behind the scenes of the two "despised each other," while working on the show.
Lisa Robin Kelly, the first actress to play Eric Forman's sister Laurie, also had to leave the show during production, but it wasn't for reasons as touching as Roberts'.
In 2003, Kelly left the show quite suddenly due to a miscarriage and alcohol abuse problems, according to .
Included in Kutcher's list of victims are his castmates Mila Kunis, Laura Prepon, Danny Masterson, and Wilmer Valderrama.
As noted in , Topher Grace is glaringly absent from this list.
The older cast members were never pranked, but that's probably more to do with the age difference. More evidence of Grace's displeasure can be seen in how he left the show. Kutcher left during season 8, hanging around for 4 episodes to give closure to his character, and most likely not wanting to say goodbye to his friends.
Grace, on the other hand, made a quick exit, leaving at the end of season 7. Believe it or not, that's not the last time Grace acted like he didn't care for his castmates.
While her character may have gone down a shameful path, there's a valid reason as to why Roberts left the show.
How the two hooked up in real life is interesting too.
After Kutcher and Demi Moore's ugly split, Kunis decided to "bury the hatchet" and contacted her former co-star. Viewers were surprised when Donna Pinciotti's mom, Midge (portrayed by Tanya Roberts), left during the show's fourth season.
It's been seven years since That '70s Show ended, but it doesn't look like the “circle” has been broken yet.
Danny Masterson, who played bad-boy-with-the-heart-of-gold, Hyde, on the show, just posted this Instagram picture of That '70s Show cast, proving that their friendship hasn't gone the way of bellbottoms and disco. Here's some fun facts about the cast that you may not have known about...
After serving his sentence, Chong returned as Leo, and the hilarity ensued.