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That 70's Show! - Beer
In the beginning Hyde is trying to steal beer from the fridge and fes is supposed to keep lookout. When hyde brings the beer out of the fridge it's a six pack of millenium budweiser cans. Introduced in late 2000.
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Episode airing Feb 20, 2001
Avg. Rating:    6.5 of 10 - (292 votes cast)
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CB_MC on 02-21-2001
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Bill Berube/Night Gallery writes:
While there is some product placement going on in this show, many scenes include well known brands from that era that have been altered, or positioned in such a fashion that you can only see a portion of the label. In the season two episode Eric Gets Suspended is a scene where Red gives Eric a pack of cigarettes and tells him to smoke the whole pack. They look like Marlboros, but if you look closely, they really say Morley, the same made up product name and package design that was used in many episodes of The X-Files. In the same episode, Kitty gives red a six-pack of Lowenbrau and you can clearly see that the L has been removed.
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King_Alex69 writes:
Actually its spelt "Fez" not Fes...this is a pointless comment yes but meh whatever.
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otterkid writes:
Two words: PRODUCT PLACEMENT
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shannie writes:
the person who posted spelt f.e.s right...foriegn excahnge student...they don't know his real name!
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karrieusa writes:
Acually it IS fes.....it stands for foreign exchange student!
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KTShkins00 writes:
I doubt that. They never use brand name food on any television show, unless it's appropriate. It probably just resembled the product.
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