The others all react blasé, except Kitty, when Fez reminds them tomorrow is the spring musical he has been preparing for enthusiastically for weeks. In his innocent dream, Fez is a real star, and everybody gets his or her place, but in reality his music teacher, Mr. Wilkinson, punishes the eager beaver for 'imitating my accent' by putting him on the last row, with losers and ugly kids. When the big day looks like it's a total bummer, Fez is surprised to see...
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Melina Root (Costume Designer) and Johnny Foam (Costume Supervisor) were nominated for an Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Costumes for a Series" for their work in this episode. Garvin Eddy (Production Designer) and Tara Stephenson (Set Decorator) were nominated for an Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series" for their work in this episode. Marguerite Pomerhn Derricks won an American Choreography Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Television - Episodic or Sitcom" for this episode. See more
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References A Star Is Born