Bob Panciotti returns to annoy Red in a new exclusive clip from his ’90s show.
By James Brizuela | published
Everyone is patiently waiting for the first look It was the 90swhich is a spiritual successor/spin-off/sequel to the hit sitcom, It was the 70s. Netflix has already released the full trailer, which shows a new group of kids at Point Place and old characters in quick flashes, but now they’re back with a new clip of everyone’s favorite character: Bob Panciotti. In this exclusive clip, which you can watch below, Katie, Red, and Bob all interact in a way that makes us feel right at home.
In typical Bob Panciotti fashion, he goes out of his way much to the chagrin of Red, who immediately regrets seeing him. However, Katie is the trickster who makes sure she invites Bob home without Red knowing. What makes this clip? It was the 90’s It’s so funny, does Bob seem to be stuck in his clothes in the 1980s, because he looks like Don Johnson in Miami Vice.
One of the funniest running gags It was the 70s That’s why Bob Panciotti always tried to dress like a young man. There were times when he would appear in casual clothes, or a v-cut shirt with a chest that definitely didn’t fit him as well as he thought. Now, with It was the 90s Ostensibly set in the 1990s, we see Bob trying to stay cool in a 1980s wardrobe.
It was the 90s All series favorites are set to return, Red Foreman (Courtwood Smith), Katie Foreman (Debra Jo Rupp), Eric Foreman (Topher Grace), Donna (Laura Prepon), Jackie Burkhart (Mila Kunis), Michael Kelso (Ashton Couture), Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), Bob Pinciotti (Don Stark), Leo (Tommy Chong), and many more. The new series follows Leia Farma (Eric and Donna’s daughter), as she meets the rebels inside the house and convinces Eric to let her spend the summer with Katie and Red. The new sitcom may be set in the 1990s, but it certainly looks like an updated version for contemporary audiences.
It was the 70s It originally aired in 1998 and ran for eight seasons until 2006. Although changes between the characters appeared, and Topher Grace eventually left the series entirely, it was a great game. The original show was one of the strongest shows on Fox and helped launch the careers of many of the kids in the group. Also, the random appearances of Bob Panciotti and Leo helped turn the stoner-filled 1970s-based show into a fun sitcom.
It was the 90s It will officially launch on Netflix on January 19, 2023 and will bring back all the old favorite characters. While we’re not sure when characters like Bob Panciotti and Leo will appear, they’ve been featured in the trailer, and now in the exclusive clip above. We can’t wait to see what the rest of the gang from the ’70s is up to, and we hope to get lots of laughs from this new sitcom.