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That 70's Show! - Wrong Season
This is about the show where the Formans try to outdo their neighbors at a Veteran's Day barbeque.
Veteran's Day is November 11th. The show is supposed to take place in Wisconsin. If you view this episode, you will see that Michael is wearing a short sleeve summer shirt, women are wearing light summer dresses, and the trees have their leaves. On November 11th it is cold in most parts of the country, especially, I would think, in Wisconsin, and the people would be dressed quite differently!
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scarlet517 on 02-01-2001
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Nickole writes:
I thought it was 4th of July.
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kandi_kane writes:
Absolutly correct. It is very cold at this time, although its not unheard of to have a warm season last that long, take 1999 for instance. But it wasn't warm enough for summer clothes. A light jacket would be helpful.
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Cher writes:
I seem to recall, not too long ago, the Thanksgiving (end of NOVEMBER) that I saw people, myself among them, wearing shorts and t-shirts. Not to mention it's been 45 degrees at night and it's JUNE! Yay Wisconsin.
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peace_signs_and_flowers writes:
Well, People say that the clothes do not fit Wisconsin weather but lets keep something in mind, a lot of people born in such cold climates, often do not think it's that cold and wear clothes that would seem unfitting to people who are not used to such climates. My Professor had friends from Michigan who would wear flip-flops and short-sleeves well into November and insist it wasn't cold at all. I live in the Southeastern part of the US, if people in my area were in such weather they would probably bundle up as though they were in Russia.
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Cathy writes:
They weren't celebrating Veterans Day, they were celebrating the Fourth of July. Remember Donna tried to cheer her dad up by putting a sparkler on some hot dogs?
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dinobryce writes:
A light jacket in November in Wisconsin? No. A down jacket. It gets COLD. Definitely too cold for the clothes they were wearing.
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