Willis Moonlights on "That '70s Show"
Willis Donates Fee to American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund To Aid
the Victims of Hurricane Katrina
Bruce Willis goes back to the 70s when he makes a special guest
appearance on THAT 70s SHOW. Willis episode is scheduled to air in
November (exact date TBA) and THAT 70s SHOW premieres Wednesday, Nov. 2
(8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Ashton Kutcher asked Willis to do THAT 70s SHOW and Willis agreed
because he thought it would be fun to work with his good friend. In the
episode, Willis portrays Vic, a sketchy fast-talker who is the head of
security at the Playboy Club in Chicago. Vic, who sports a bad toupee and
thick glasses, has a penchant for spicy nachos and referring to himself in
the third person. Vic interviews Kelso (Kutcher) for a security position
at the club.
Willis donated his episode fee for his work on THAT 70s SHOW to the
American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to aid the victims of Hurricane
Katrina. Fox Broadcasting Company and Carsey-Werner agreed to match his
donation to the fund.
THAT 70s SHOW is a Carsey-Werner production created by Bonnie
Turner, Terry Turner and Mark Brazill. Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, Dean
Batali, Rob DesHotel and Mark Hudis are executive producers.