This was mostly about their prime time shows. Of course they didn't mention Power Rangers or anything involving Fox Kids or Fox Box.
Now that I've finally gotten a chance to watch the special, I can list my favorite Fox shows by genre:
My favorite comedies: In Living Color, Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Martin, Living Single, That 70s Show
My favorite sci-fi series: Flrefly
My favorite dramas: Beverly Hills 90210, New York Undercover, Party of Five, Boston Public
My favorite animated shows: The Simpsons, King of the Hill
My favorite kid shows (just for the heck of it): Fox's Fun House, Tiny Toon Adventures, Fox's Peter Pan and the Pirates, X-Men, Power Rangers, Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, Masked Rider, BeetleBorgs, Digimon, Beast Machines: Transformers, Galidor, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
My favorite reality shows: as if
I forgot about a lot of those reality shows. They were just pathetic anyway, like most reality shows. One show I'm glad they didn't touch upon though, is Nanny 911.
I didn't really watch That 70s Show when it was active on Fox. Netflix was my means of seeing all the episodes once all the seasons made it to DVD. Same with Firefly. Strange thing is, I have no recollection whatsoever of Firefly ever airing on Fox.
I did catch the finale for That 70s Show though. It aired on my birthday in 2006, and it ended pretty much the way I imagined. The year 1979 would end and they'd go into 1980, and the part of the license plate that shows the last two digits of the year would read "80". I just wasn't counting on not seeing anything happen past the final second of 1979.