Topher is such a huge Chris McLean fan that he gave himself the nickname "Chris 2. He frequently goes out of his way to try to talk to Chris , which usually causes him to hinder his team. Just like Chris, Topher can be quite arrogant and frequently admires himself. He joins the show not to win the prize money but to replace Chris as the host, and will attempt to do so at any opportunity, whether it's by taking over his job in announcing the challenges or humiliating him on live TV. He is very ambitious in this endeavor, eventually stealing Chris's cell phone to contact the producers and frequently insulting Chris's age to imply that they need a younger host, such as himself. These situations beg the question of whether or not Topher truly does admire Chris, or was just stroking his ego so as to lower his guard in his attempt to steal his job.
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That '70s Show ran on Fox for eight years — but somehow only took place over the course of four years, such is the time-slowing effects of the show's nostalgia filter. The classic sitcom, which made stars out of previously unknown actors such as Topher Grace, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon, and Mila Kunis, depicted the lives of teens and then young adults in the small town of Point Place, Wis. There was another lingering haze on That '70s Show, however — the lingering haze of drama.
Before long though, I was revolted at how low the bar was not so long ago. A chipper montage shows them jump high-five over playing pinball, sucking at basketball, and buying weed. Something must be amiss!