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Topher Grace started a pop culture blog to post his favorite old web videos

There’s a great and little-publicized story from a few years ago that Topher Grace decided to teach himself how to edit a movie by cutting together the Star Wars prequels into one 85-minute film. As the lucky few attested, Grace actually turned that laborious slog into a breezy, action-packed experience that twisted a well-known property on its head. That’s the kind of curatorial creative spirit behind Grace’s new website Cereal Prize, a pop-culture repository for anything that tickles the That 70’s Show star’s nostalgic fancy. He’s the sole editor of the site, which will link to videos he likes, such as the Heat Vision & Jack pilot. (Grace’s commentary: “I was working at Fox when they didn’t pick this up…but did pick up Who Wants To Marry A Multi-Millionaire. Good call guys.”)

There’s also a clip for the fake animated That 70’s Show spinoff Fez And Friends, which puts the Point Place gang in 70,000 B.C. with a talking dinosaur sidekick named Spike. (Animated sequences did exist on That 70’s Show.) But he might want to rethink the vertical titles. “Great Shit” and “Funny Shit” convey that this is a tossed-off side project for letting loose, but a section dedicated to videos Grace created or appeared in called “Self-Centered Shit” might invite too much mockery, especially for the guy who played Eric Forman.

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