Eric Forman Bio, Age, Family, Dating, Net Worth, Basement…

Eric Forman is the main protagonist of That’70s Show. He is portrayed by Topher Grace. Eric is the youngest child in a family of four, consisting of his…

Eric Forman Biography

Eric Forman(Full: Eric Albert Forman)is a fictional character in Fox Network‘s That ’70s Show, portrayed by Topher Grace.

Eric is based on the adolescence of show creator Mark Brazill. Most of the show takes place at the Formans’ home, particularly in the basement where he and his five friends hang out.

Eric Forman Age

Eric Albert Forman is the front-man and ringleader of the circus but is rarely respected. He is the one who comes up with the plans and schemes, often trying to break free of his “square goody-goody rep. He was born on May 18. 1959. Eric Forman is 60 years old as of 2019.

Eric Forman Family

He is the youngest child in a family of four, consisting of his strict, war-vetran father, Red Forman, his doting mother with impending separation anxiety, Kitty Forman, and his older sister, Laurie Forman.

He also becomes the foster brother to his best friend, Steven Hyde, after Hyde had been abandoned by his own mother. Eric Forman Family

Eric Forman Dating

He has a girlfriend called Donna. She is physically stronger, smarter and larger than him.

This was a particular problem for Fez, whose girlfriend had arrived to make amends with him, just as he was running for the bathroom. At times, however, Eric’s friends will come to his aid when he’s truly at the end of his rope. However, Eric is also quick to stand up for himself whenever he feels he has been wronged by his friends’ actions.

Eric and Donna have been next-door neighbors ever since they were children. When Donna first moved in and first met Eric, she punched him in the stomach for looking at her funny.

It was at that moment that Eric fell madly in love with Donna. They later became the best of friends and hung out with each other all the time.

Eric’s love for Donna continued on and on, but he didn’t admit his love for her until they were 16 in 1976, when Eric Forman takes his car out of town when explicitly told not to and impresses Donna who decides to give him their first kiss.

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Eric Forman Net Worth

Eric Forman is a fictional character in Fox Network’s That ’70s Show, portrayed by Topher Grace. His estimated Net Worth as of 2019 is under review and will be updated soon.

Eric Forman Last appearance

“‘Til the Next Goodbye”
(episode 7.25)

(as a regular cast member)
“That ’70s Finale”

(episode 8.22)
(guest appearance, uncredited)

Eric Forman Basement

The Basement is located in the Forman residence in Point Place, Wisconsin on FOX comedy That ’70s Show.

The basement is the hangout for Eric’s friends, where they spend most of their time hanging out, eating sweets, watching bad TV and… sitting in a circle.

The basement is essentially their clubhouse, only open to those initiated, which is why Eric and Hyde for the first few seasons of the series adamantly endeavor to have Jackie banned.

Formally known as Eric’s “Bat Cave,” the basement is one of the main sets in the series. It is normally where the ‘circle’ moments are taken place. It is filled with posters, 8-tracks, record players, an old guitar, radios, cleaning supplies, washer and dryer, wagon-wheel table, couch, plastic chairs, TV, rugs, a Green Bay Packers helmet “The Stupid Helmet”, a tricycle, an American flag chest, and two windows: one on the way down the stairs, and one near the shower curtain.

It is also the last set that is seen in the series, as the kids run up the stairs counting down to New Year’s and Kelso is left behind, carrying the Stupid Helmet up the stairs, having to call Red a “dumbass.”

As he walks up to the stairs and the seconds are counted down until the New Year, you realize your trip through the ’70s with this gang that we have grown to love and experience so many ups-and-downs with, is over; 1980 is here.

It’s noticeable throughout the series that the direction the basement faces is sideways from the direction the ground floor of the house faces (if it were a real house). If you were on the ground floor, walking from the kitchen to the living room, you would be facing the front of the house.

Sitting on the couch in the basement is also facing this direction, toward the front of the house. This is deduced by the outside stairs that lead down to the basement.

Eric Forman Season 8

The eighth and final season of the American comedy television series That ’70s Shows premiered November 2, 2005, on Fox in the United States. The season ended on May 18. 2006, with an hour-long series finale.

The eighth season was the only season without the show’s star Topher Grace who portrayed Eric Forman, the central character since he left the series at the end of the previous season. Eric was often mentioned throughout the season, even being an important off-stage character central to an episode’s plot upon occasion. Topher Grace returned as Eric for the final episode, although his role was brief and uncredited.

This season also marked a major change in the series, as a new character was introduced to take Eric’s place named Randy Pearson (portrayed by new cast member Josh Meyers) and the departure of Michael Kelso, who was portrayed by Ashton Kutcher.

Kutcher had quit the show at the end of season seven but remained on the series for five episodes during the eighth season. He appeared in the first four episodes to give closure to Kelso and he appeared again in the final episode titled “That ’70s Finale”. Also, Leo (Tommy Chong) returned as the main character since his return to the series in the seventh season (in a special guest role).

Many plots of the season involved Donna’s new relationship with Randy, Jackie falls in love with Fez, Hyde getting married to a stripper named Samantha, Kelso getting a new job and moving to Chicago, and the Formans adjusting to an empty nest which is too empty for Kitty and not empty enough for Red due to the kids’ presence despite Eric’s absence.

This season is set entirely in 1979, with the final seconds of the series being the final seconds of the decade. The very last seconds of the series shows the license plate of Eric’s Vista Cruiser for the final time, now featuring a tag with the year “80” on it, signaling that the 1980s have begun.