That '70s Show Cast Pays Tribute To 20 Year Anniversary

I feel 500 years old.

Okay, I know it's Friday, but get ready for some hardcore #TBT action, because the cast of 'That 70s Show have been posting up a storm to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the show's premiere.

Quick interlude to say that we remember when the first ep aired, and here's a photo of us now :) :) :)

Anyway, whatever.

Topher Grace -- who's currently starring in Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman as white supremacist David Duke -- posted a cast pic on Twitter, saying that he owes "everything to one small group".

Wilmer Valderrama was just starting out in Hollywood when he played Fez, That '70s Show's foreign exchange student. He was also recently in Australia where we tested his knowledge of Aussie slang which you can watch above.

He posted the first photo the cast ever took together, with an emotional caption thanking pretty much everyone who'd ever been on the show.

"We were a family, and always will be," he wrote.

Orange is the New Black's Laura Prepon posted a snap from their first press tour, calling her castmates "such a special group of people".

Danny Masterson, who was fired from Netflix series The Ranch after being accused of raping four women in the '00s, also posted something.

And while Fez may have ended up with Jackie in the series, Ashton Kutcher proved that Kelso and Jackie's love was the most enduring last year, dressing their son Dimitri in a That '70s Show t-shirt.

Feature image: Fox