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  1. The third season of That 70's slips up a bit from the last two seasons, but not by much. All the funny dialogue between the characters isThe third season of That 70's slips up a bit from the last two seasons, but not by much. All the funny dialogue between the characters is still there. I love seeing Tommy Chong's Leo in more episodes as he is really a favorite for me. However as the season goes on Eric and Donna become the true focal point and it seems like the other members of the gang are side characters and I think the show is the most potent when the whole cast in involved. Full Review »
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  3. May 6, 2015
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    Laugh out loud moments, but touching at times. Crude and funny. Steve steals the show for me and Rodney of course! Catch up with this show onLaugh out loud moments, but touching at times. Crude and funny. Steve steals the show for me and Rodney of course! Catch up with this show on Netflix.... Full Review »
  4. Bland and unexciting, "The Tomorrow People" seems like its script was literally copied and pasted from other series and TV shows, with theBland and unexciting, "The Tomorrow People" seems like its script was literally copied and pasted from other series and TV shows, with the very basic premise of a kid with a power having to choose between good and evil, the extremely basic powers he possesses, and his bailout father, it seems that nothing in this show was actually creatively thought up by the writer or producer. In addition to all of that, the acting is on the bad side, and everything is named so, so, so terribly. Seriously, who calls their powers the "Three T's". That's the kind of stuff that gets you beat up by other super-people.

    In summation, "The Tomorrow People" is dull, very basic, and simply stupid. No matter how much the script tries to play it off, they can't shake the silliness of the title or their powers.
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