Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis’ Kids Learned How They Met

“I don’t know if it registers, I don’t even know if she cares.”

The couple recently revealed that they don’t have any plans to show their daughter Wyatt, 6, and son Dimitri, 4, the iconic series.

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“They’re little. They’re not on adult Netflix, they’re on kid Netflix. No, they haven’t [seen it],” Mila told E! News.

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And while they won’t be introduced to Jackie Burkhart and Michael Kelso just yet, that doesn’t mean they don’t know who they are!

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“Somebody told them that mommy and daddy met on a show, and so our daughter was like, ‘What does this mean?’ So we try to explain it to her in the most, like, safe way,” Mila revealed.

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She continued, “I don’t know if it registers, I don’t even know if she cares. But no, they’ve never seen it.”

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Meanwhile, their ’70s Show co-star Wilmer Valderrama says he won’t be showing his daughter Nakano the series either — but has a plan for what to play instead.

“I think I’m going to introduce her to Handy Manny first…I did Handy Manny on the Disney Channel for a long time, and it was an amazing show—really funny. So, I think that will be the first thing I introduce her to,” he told E! News.

Sounds like there will have to be a viewing party for the That ’70s Show kids one day in the very distant future!

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