Here's something to think about—Kelso and Hyde are dads now. DADS.
OK, not exactly, but former That '70s Show co-stars Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson have each entered a new stage in their (actual) lives when they became fathers, and when they sat down together to chat with E!'s Kristin Dos Santos about their new Netflix series The Ranch, premiering this Friday, the two studs couldn't help but gush about being papas.
"It's legitimately the greatest thing ever," Kutcher, who is a proud pop to daughter Wyatt, told us. Meanwhile, Masterson, who is daddy to daughter Fianna, added, "It just makes me wanna be better."
Fans are especially excited to see these two reunite on the small screen once again, and the pair explain that their characters this time around is almost like an adult-version of Hyde and Kelso.
"It's usually Hollywood making fun of Middle America and we wanted to be Middle America making fun of Hollywood," Masterson said of the series. Kutcher continued, "I think the magic thing is it has that same feeling of a couple friends hanging out or a couple brothers hanging out."
Kutcher stars in the sitcom as Colt, a failed semi-pro football player who returns home to his family's Colorado ranch to run the family business with his brother Rooster (Masterson), and his dad Beau (Sam Elliott), who he hasn't seen in 15 years. Colt and Rooster's mother, meanwhile, is played by Debra Winger, and she runs the local bar.