Hello Wisconsin! "That '70s Show" alum Topher Grace drops by the State Fair
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For 179 episodes and almost a decade, Topher Grace played a Wisconsinite on the hit sitcom "That '70s Show." Today, however, he graduated to a true official Sconnie as he dropped by the Wisconsin State Fair this afternoon.
The actor tweeted about his visit Monday afternoon – with some very apt hashtags and some smartly placed product placement for Saz's.
What, no hashtag love for the deep fried booyah? Also, considering my headline, I guess I'm not included in that big shout-out. Dang it!
Why was the star of "Spider-Man 3," BlacKkKlansman" and the "Smithereens" episode of the most recent "Black Mirror" season in Wisconsin? A dutiful pilgrimage to see the state that helped make Eric Forman famous? Heard about deep fried milk (with cookie dip) and needed to try it for himself? A big fan of Chris Kroeze from "The Voice," performing tonight at the Associated Bank Amphitheater? Perhaps it has something to do with his podcast, "Minor Adventures with Topher Grace," where he brings celebrities along on random activities? Or maybe he just happened to be around with some time to kill.
We don't know, but we do know this: Add this to your list of reasons why you should head over to the Wisconsin State Fair – you never know who you'll see!
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