I said good day!
We’re all familiar with the beloved sitcom That 70s Show, depicting a group of young adults enjoying their life in America during the seventies. The foreign exchange student, Fez, with his exotic accent and his naive charm, is one of the most memorable characters on the show.
Throughout the show, he’s only referred to as “Fez,” and there’s a cloud of mystery surrounding his character – no one knows where he’s from or what’s his last name, and now it turns out that “Fez” isn’t even his name. It turns out that the name Fes (pronounced “Fez”), is an abbreviation the gang came up with of “Foreign Exchange Student.”