Do you miss Kelso?
Then you should watch this show. It's been a wild 10 years for the Kutch ever since That '70s Show ended its run in 2006: he got divorced from Demi Moore, married Mila Kunis, starred in the bad Steve Jobs movie, wore brownface in a chip commercial, gave up tweeting, became a dad, replaced Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men, and appeared on Shark Tank. That's a lot for a guy who made his name delivering lines like, "Why cuddle when you can do it?"
The Ranch feels like an attempt to shed some of his "guy who keeps using the word 'disrupt' in interviews" aura and return to his Dude, Where's My Car? dreamboat roots. His Ranch character, Colt Bennett, is a washed-up athlete who chases girls, drinks beers, and doesn't know the meaning of words like "cavalcade." But, like Kelso, he's also a sweetheart, a dumb puppy you hope will stop wetting himself and running into the wall. The role fits Kutcher like a beat-up trucker hat.