Hey there, diary! Today, I want to take a trip down memory lane and reminisce about some of my favorite co-stars and memories on the iconic show that launched my career: That '70s Show. Buckle up, because we're going back in time!

The Gang's All Here

One of the things that made That '70s Show so special was the incredible chemistry among the cast members. We truly felt like a family both on-screen and off. From Topher Grace (Eric Forman) to Ashton Kutcher (Michael Kelso), Laura Prepon (Donna Pinciotti) to Wilmer Valderrama (Fez), Danny Masterson (Steven Hyde) to our beloved Kurtwood Smith as Red Forman - every single one brought something unique to the table.

Topher Grace: Eric Forman

Working with Topher was an absolute joy. He portrayed Eric with such wit and charm that it made all our scenes together incredibly fun. Whether we were having heart-to-heart conversations in his basement or engaging in hilarious banter at The Circle, he always managed to keep us entertained.

Ashton Kutcher: Michael Kelso

Oh, where do I even begin with Ashton? He is hands down one of the most energetic people I've ever met! Every day on set felt like an adventure when he was around. His impeccable comedic timing never failed to crack me up during filming, but what really stood out about him was his genuine kindness towards everyone.

Laura Prepon: Donna Pinciotti

Laura played Donna flawlessly; she embodied her character's strength and independence effortlessly while also showcasing her vulnerability when needed. Our friendship blossomed both on-screen as Jackie Burkhart and Donna became besties and off-screen too! We shared countless laughs behind-the-scenes during breaks from shooting intense scenes or just hanging out after long days at work.

Behind-The-Scenes Shenanigans

Being on a sitcom set meant that there was never a shortage of laughter and mischief. We would often find ourselves pulling pranks on one another or playing practical jokes during breaks in filming. These moments brought us even closer together as a cast, creating an environment filled with camaraderie and genuine friendship.

Wilmer Valderrama: Fez

Wilmer's portrayal of Fez was simply iconic. He managed to bring charm and hilarity to every scene he graced, making it impossible not to adore him both on-screen and off. Our friendly banter became legendary, with each of us trying our best to outwit the other during downtime between takes.

Danny Masterson: Steven Hyde

Working with Danny was always an adventure! His dry sense of humor kept us all constantly entertained while his dedication to his craft inspired me personally. There were times when we couldn't stop laughing at inside jokes only we understood; those memories still bring a smile to my face today.

Lessons Learned

Looking back now, I realize just how fortunate I was to be part of such an incredible show surrounded by talented individuals who pushed me creatively and emotionally. That '70s Show taught me valuable lessons about teamwork, perseverance, and the importance of embracing vulnerability as an actress.

Through this experience, I learned that no matter how successful one becomes individually - it is the combined efforts of everyone involved that makes something truly extraordinary come alive. I will forever cherish the friendships forged during those years spent shooting That '70s Show because they are more than co-stars; they are family.

So here's cheers for That '70s Show - where youthful hijinks met heartfelt moments in perfect harmony! Thank you for providing endless laughter then and unforgettable memories now.

P.S.: If any fans out there have their own favorite moments from That '70s Show or questions they'd like answered about our time on set, feel free to drop them in the comments below. I'd love to hear from you!