That '70s Show

Set in the Wisconsin suburbs of the United States, Eric Forman lives under the authority of his parents, Red and Kitty. Next door is his girlfriend/neighbor, Donna Pinciotti and her parents Bob and Midge. The rest of the gang includes Jackie, and...

Duration:22 mins

Quality: HD

Release:1998

IMDb:8.1

Season 1 - That '70s Show
"Point Place, Wisconsin, May 17, 1976. Nerdy teenager Eric, who smokes weed with some classmates in the basement, is in heaven when his dad Red decides to hand him the keys of his flashy Vista Cruiser, at the price of extra chores and forbidding him to take it out of town, knowing that won't be obeyed anyway. The gang, which just adopted foreign exchange student Fez, is excited about a Todd Rundgren concert- Jackie uses her female charms to make sure skirt-chaser Michael Kelso would take her too."
"Eric is turning 17 and made very clear he wants no more childish 'surprise' party and a cassette player, not an outdated 8-rack player, but ma Kitty is as subtle as a herd of elephants preparing exactly what he dreaded. To make it worse, Eric's nasty sister Laurie, in college, is home and makes the gang boys' heads spin, Kelso even imagines her to be madly in love with him. Pa Red cheerfully gives Laurie the keys to his new car plus $30, Eric nothing except that damned 8-track and his usual chores, while barring the only escape route from Kitty's eternal baby-party; ..."
"Point Place is buzzing when it's announced that President Ford is coming to town. Meanwhile, the guys want to do something to show their opposition and decide to go streaking."
"Donna keeps beating Eric at games, which isn't very good for their relationship."
"Eric gets a job at Fatso Burger and can't spend time with Donna, who's planning a party at the end of the week."
"The gang finds a keg and decides to throw a party in the pool of an abandoned house."
"The gang decide to go to a disco. Hyde can't dance and secretly gets lessons from Kitty."
"Fez's host parents think the group has a bad influence on him and Eric and Donna are going to a drive-in movie."
"Laurie brings a friend home for Thanksgiving which could be a problem. When they arrive it turns out that Kate is hot, and Eric has a hard time controlling himself, much to Donna's concern. Meanwhile Bob offers Red a job."
"Red's overcritical mother goes to church with the Foremans, torturing Kitty, who has just quit smoking."
"Eric starts hanging out with his rich chem lab partner, Buddy, and they become best friends, to the chagrin of Fez and Hyde."
"It's Christmas and Eric wants to give a party in the basement, with beer."
"The gang goes on a ski trip, without Kelso."
"When Eric scratches the Vista Cruiser Red takes it away. Luckily Kelso is able to borrow his cousin's car, or so they think... Meanwhile Donna and Jackie are starting to think more about sex and Midge begins to take feminist-classes."
"Kitty makes Red go to a wrestling show with the gang. Jackie becomes a door mat for Kelso. Midge convinces Kitty and Laurie to join her at \"therapy.\""
"This episode is Valentine's Day. Eric wants to give Donna his class ring, but Hyde wants to tell her how he feels. Eric takes Donna to a restaurant and she gets drunk. Hyde and Eric have words and come to an understanding."
"Kelso passes out when Jackie tells him she might have gotten pregnant; Midge learns about Jackie and decides to put Donna on the pill."
"It's career day and the gang spends a working day with their parents."
"Eric rents a hotel room for prom night, but the mood is ruined by howling children; Hyde takes Jackie to the prom out of pity because Kelso went with Pam Macy."
"Eric, Hyde, Fez and Kelso go see Star Wars and become obsessed with it. Red's boss Milbank returns to town. Eric fights his son David, whose butt he once kicked in elementary school, for moving in on Donna."
"Hyde convinced the gang it would be cool to paint a pot weed leaf on the water tower and dares Kelso to take crazy risk to fix the failure, till Michael makes a fall and badly hurts his arm, then Fez who falls but is alright. Jackie semi-nurses Kelso and makes him realize Hyde is no real friend, to little avail. When Eric seeks medical advice from his nurse mother, he gets traumatized by accidentally walking in on his parents making love. The unsavory idea even gets Laurie's sympathy, yet he rather lets h-them thinks he's on drugs then come clean until that's done ..."
"Hyde meets a girl who asks him to go to New York with her."
"When Grandma Forman dies unexpectedly the Formans have to deal with the loss. Eric goes to a bar, Kitty cooks, Laurie thinks of her inheritance, and Red has to deal with his over-emotional brother."
"While riding in Eric's car, Kelso has the brilliant idea to go skinny-dipping at the reservoir, but all their clothes get stolen, so the basement gang goes to the Hyde home to borrow his and his mother's clothes so they'll have something to wear. Jackie catches a cold from the reservoir, and ends up in bed. Midge's Feminist Warriors - which no other husband puts up with - keep making her crazy, yet member Sharon actually proves an old-fashioned caring housewife at heart when she finds good provider Bob feeling neglected. Red felt with the car plant about to close down..."
"Eric's love of Hyde for doing his chores turns to hate when his parents start liking Hyde more than him; Hyde changed from a conspiracy but to a total bore."
Season 2 - That '70s Show
"The Formans have a garage sale to earn some extra cash. Hyde doesn't have anything to sell, so he bakes \"special brownies\" to sell; Kitty, Red, Bob and Midge eat some of the brownies unsuspectingly. Fez kisses Jackie who tells Donna it's the best kiss she's ever had. (#26)"
"Red gets drunk at a bar on the last day of work and when Eric, Fez and Hyde go to pick him up, he gets them drunk as well; Kelso gets a van and has sex. (#27)"
"Donna, Eric, Fez and Hyde go to a hip new club. (#28)"
"After Laurie eagerly points out at the family breakfast table that Eric has a hickey, Fez wants one too, from anyone. Hyde is sick of bunking and decides to move out of Eric's room, but to which other room? In another feminist flare, Midge takes Donna for a ride, bagging on Bob and shopping; at their return, pa insists to retaliate. Kelso decides to steal lingerie from Kitty's hamper to commemorate his humping with Laurie, who gets a surprising visit from her former University of Wisconsin psychology professor Stark, who inexplicably offers to help the lazy cow get ..."
"It's Halloween and the gang goes to their old abandoned, burnt down grammar school."
"The group goes to Vanstock and Kelso gets stuck in the Middle when he invites Laurie along, after Jackie has said she isn't going, then changes her mind."
"When Donna tells Eric she loves him he freaks out and only says that he loves cake; the gang teases Kelso for looking like the Fonz in his new leather jacket."
"Donna sleeps with Eric for the first time and Hyde gets a job."
"Hyde and Fez go on a double date while Eric is suspended for smoking."
"It's Red's birthday, Bob and Midge are both dating other people and Eric is upset Donna talked to Hyde about her parent's problems instead of talking to him."
"Laurie moves out whilst Jackie becomes suspicious of Micheal when Laurie gives him back a sweater left in her room."
"While Jackie wants to enter a beauty contest, Eric suspects Hyde of stealing his money."
"The guys go hunting, and Red bags a deer while Eric wishes he could be somewhere else. Fez goes into the woods with a stick and a whistle, and comes back with dinner."
"Bob is livid and worried sick to read Price Mart is opening a branch in Point Place, but Red cares only for the next paragraph: they're hiring. However his candidature for supervisor is very uncertain, director Ted offers an instant job as cashier- should he accept? Eric wants to help, taking a hamburger job, but Red is against, feeling diminished in his breadwinner pride, Kitty tries to sooth both. Kelso finds dating both Jackie and Laurie disappointing: he mainly gets double nagging and expectations, little physical fun. Then Price Mart calls about both Forman ..."
"Michael ignores Jackie's mean refusal to invite Fez and Hyde to the fancy party she hosts in her posh parents' home, even adding dubious acquaintances, including scamp Timmy, who starts by stripping off his pants. Unaccustomed to the mundane, Eric overdoes it when Donna suggests he should relax and enjoy himself. Jackie goes to sulk in her room, demanding Kelso 'fixes it', but things get even further out of hand. Meanwhile Red has accidentally discovered Bob wears a hair-rug and tells Kitty, so that becomes the elephant in Red's living room on the couple's scrabble ..."
"Bob and Midge are getting ready to renew their vows. Kitty is upset because her close friend Midge didn't ask her as a bridesmaid while Red is Bob's best man. Eric and Donna have sex for the first time."
"Eric is humiliated when Kelso blabs to the guys that Donna told Jackie that Eric was lame in the sack. Kitty is astonished when Red celebrates his first paycheck by buying a motorcycle."
"Eric is forced to go on a date with his mom. He is embarrassed seeing sex and drugs with his mom. But he warms up to it. Fez gets a cute new girlfriend. Jackie has to admit that she is jealous and has feelings for Fez."
"A policeman catches Donna and Eric in the act, and they now have to explain to their parents why the police brought them home. Meanwhile Kelso, Hyde and Fez use Kelso's CB radio to pick up girls."
"Eric is afraid he'll be in big trouble with Donna after he runs over her cat, Mr. Bonkers. And Kelso is sure he's in bigger trouble when Jackie catches him giving Laurie a kiss."
"As Red predicted, Kitty only baked Swedish pancakes to bring bad news: everybody must visit aunt Pearl, in a rest home, who is even less welcoming then the family likes to go and hides... Kelso is a mess now Jackie has dumped him, and sets his hope on composing a make up-song, like his pain beastly ignored or abused by the other basement boys, but Eric soon learns his arrogant confidence it can't happen to him is highly misplaced when firm feminist Dona promises to kick his Archie Bunker-arse to the moon after Jackie convinced her to make a big deal of supposed double..."
"Dumped Kelso's only relieve is to hear Jackie is miserable too, but Fez is determined to seize the opportunity to ask her out; she accepts dining at an expensive French restaurant without even asking first who with, then stuffs herself full with both plates and keeps nagging about Michael, but even after that shameless abuse the puppy is happy to be openly kept on a string, Kelso to hear his 'rival' gets nowhere. Eric believes to overhear Laurie telling Hyde an embarrassing secret about him which nobody will specify, so he carelessly 'admits as insignificant' to the ..."
"Eric and Laurie decide not to go to church anymore so Kitty invites Pastor Dave over for family game night; Fez and Kelso attempt to grow beards."
"Red must fire an employee at Price Mart that both he and Eric enjoy making fun of; Kelso decides to go public about his relationship with Laurie."
"Red decides to have a talk with Kelso after finding out that he has been dating Laurie; Hyde tries to teach Jackie how to be cool after Laurie insults her."
"Eric gets annoyed when he finds a picture of Donna in the yearbook mooning a camera; Fez thinks the white man is trying to keep him down."
Season 3 - That '70s Show
"When Hyde is busted and takes all the blame for the group, Eric admits to Red that he does drugs, which causes Red to put a smoke detector in the basement."
"Red sets a new curfew for the kids, but none pays attention to it, which pushes him off the edge to becomes extremely over-protective. Kitty disagrees; when the kids are caught breaking Red's rules, Kitty tells all."
"After eight years, Hyde meets his father again. Meanwhile, Donna discovers Eric's stash of Playboy magazines."
"Eric chases Fez, who came in black lingerie as Halloween costume, onto the roof for a ball and nearly falls off- trying to help him, Fez loses balance and lands in a wheelchair, spying on the Pinciotti home, hoping to see Midge naked, soon joined by Hyde and Eric and believing Bob killed her... A literalism makes Donna fear Eric already lost interest in her, Jackie convinces her she's boring. Red won't open the door because he didn't pay the paperboy in weeks, so Kelso opens but is mistaken for the cheap bastard and viciously haunted and robbed in his place. Feeding a..."
"When the Rollerdisco comes to Kenosha, Jackie insists Hyde must be her partner, he won't, she scorns Kelso, that leaves Fez, actually the best choice. Donna makes Michael so jealous he tries to sabotage his friend but swallows his marble; they win anyway, she gets drunk and frisky, Fez resists temptation, then regrets it. Donna's consolation attempt is mistaken by Kelso for making out... Red is sued by Earl for irregular termination using many ass-words; the panel insists Eric tells them about working with his pa's temper at work; Earl is however hopelessly late..."
"While the whole basement bunch meanly joins in with the school-wide ridiculing of poor Kelso, who made a painful fall in the canteen hurting the inside of his soiled trousers, constantly calling him 'Tater Nuts', Eric worries only about Donna's expected jealousy when he is seen in the diner with his lab partner, school slut Shelly, and when Donna is confidently cool about it feels offended, yet Jackie's assurance Eric is too girlish to cheat on her no longer holds when panties are found in Eric's car... Meanwhile Kitty has found out about Red's heart condition and ..."
"Jackie smashed Kelso's van and Laurie babysits for a friend of Kitty."
"Jackie tries to make Hyde jealous by bringing Chip to Red's annual barbecue, and when circumstances cause him to defend her honor they end up kissing."
"Now Hyde has moved from the over-protective Forman home to his carefree dad, barman Bud, the basement boys look forward to a keg party there, too frat-type for the girls' taste. Kitty nearly saw trough their 'Christmas' preparations aren't innocent, so the unsupervised drinking games deliver Eric so drunk he pours unprecedented disrespect and vomit all over Red's shoes. Kitty isn't interested in punishment, she cares for the utter lack of educational guidance 'her boy' Steven gets from his dad, so Red is made against his convictions to go read Bud the parental ..."
"Kelso has a master plan to win back Jackie while Hyde drives Leo and his bag with illegal drugs."
"Lovers Eric and Donna were the perfect study partners, but he falls over his own words into dumping her over an arms race disagreement, then is easily seduced. Kelso thinks he saw an UFO, Hyde nor Fez believe him but are greatly amused by his nude pictures on the same roll Leo brings over. Red imagines being killed by neighbor Bob Pinciotti's tree-pruning and turns human to the point of throwing a party. Sex blackmail sounds as an epiphany to Midge, but Donna is relieved when Eric finally makes up."
"Donna has two tickets for a Led Zeppelin concert but Eric, who has just been made Employee of the Month, has to work the evening of the concert."
"Bob becomes upset when Red doesn't offer him a job at Pricemart; Kelso brings the gang to an expensive dinner and then skips out on the bill."
"Kelso can buy Hippie Leo's El Camino, but doesn't have the $500; Jackie lends him the money if he becomes her slave for a week. Donna gets a job at the local radio, where she is presented as 'hot Donna without a boyfriend', which Eric finds hard to swallow, till he meets the unsightly DJ Jerry Thunder. Red and Kitty are confronted with the bitterness of Earl since Red fired the no-good employee. At the last moment, Leo says he can't sell the car as he promised it to his son for his 16th birthday, but then gives it to..."
"Eric pulls down Donna's pants as a joke and reveals her granny panties underneath; Kelso discovers that Laurie is cheating on him; Fez goes on a date."
"Eric and Donna want to go to a hotel for a romantic weekend. Kelso has problems 'performing' when he's with Pam Macy."
"Eric and Red forgot Kitty's birthday. Kelso has a plan to win Jackie back."
"Fez is addressed after a school team pep rally by kids from rivaling Fort Anderson, who sprayed his butt; at a revenge raid spraying their locker-room, Fez, Eric and Hyde get locked in by the janitor. Jackie and Kelso are obsessed with each-other again, but at Donna's insistence, recalling how he cheated, she decides to test his maturity and suitability; when Donna tells him, he tries hard and inventively. Finding out the Pinciottis have a party but did'n invite them suits Red but infuriates Kitty, till they learn why..."
"Kitty's no-good sister comes over and the guys have seen an X-rated film."
"Kitty volunteers at the church fund raiser and obliges Red, Eric, Kelso and Hyde to help her. Jackie and Donna find out how loony Caroline is."
"Fez and Donna feign to date so Caroline will leave Fez alone."
"After sneakily reading Donna's diary, Eric thinks he's not cool enough for her and, after drinking sake, decides to get a tattoo."
"Eric, Hyde, Kelso and Fez take a road trip to Canada to buy beer, but on the trip home Fez finds he forgot his green card and the group is stopped by Mounties."
"When Jackie says she doesn't want to do it in the car, Kelso offers to have a romantic day, she stretches it to a week. Donna got concert tickets as a bonus at the radio station where she reads the farm report, so the whole gang goes. Hyde 'borrowed' $50 from Eric to make and sell fake fan T-shirts for the rock band's star Ted Nugent, but left the spelling to Fez, who got 'Tad' printed, and there's worse. Red and even Kitty can't remember how they met... Now he's into it, Michael loves being romantic even more then Jackie, to the point of resisting her wanting to do ..."
"Eric gives Donna a promise ring. Donna doesn't respond the way Eric thought."
Season 4 - That '70s Show
"Eric is absolutely devastated over his and Donna's break-up, and spends all day in bed wishing they never had kissed. But asleep an angel comes to show Eric, how his and the gang's lives had turned if he and Donna had never been together."
"Eric is depressed about Donna and Kitty orders Red to talk to him. Hyde, Fez, Kelso and Jackie go to Funland."
"Now Donna is his ex, Eric doesn't want her in the basement any longer; Jackie leaves as an act of solidarity. In order to steal his friends, Donna offers them cable TV and corn dogs- it works; just for saying it's not right on Eric, Jackie gives Michael the silent treatment. Pastor Dave calls by, just to invite Red, to Kitty's delighted surprise; she's disappointed the men don't really talk, which neither wants to do. Eric convinces Bob the gang likes his lame humor which amuses only Fez, so he drives them all back, even Jackie. After some more bids, an alternating ..."
"Fez and Eric organize a party with lots of girls, so eternal bachelor Hyde can finally find the woman of his dreams."
"Hyde moves back with the Formans. Without telling why, Kitty decides to redo the basement, and hires Leo and his cousin Theo as contractors. Meanwhile, Eric and Donna break into an argument about redoing the basement, and the promise ring."
"When Midge Pinciotti finally leaves her worthless husband Bob, he goes in denial and starts doing put-off jobs in house and garden 'for when she comes back'. Kitty is determined to help Bob and Donna, the Forman-men prefer to avoid the house of tears. The boys reminisce how well Midge filled sweaters; Kelso and Fez set out chasing for older housewives 'who are so experienced, willing and grateful', for lack of a tennis court at the Piggly Wiggly grocery store, but are surprised when Kelso pinches a pair of buttocks. As Bob proves too tactile, Kitty sends over still ..."
"Eric and Donna go to the annual Pricemart Ball together while Fez gets a job at Leo's Photohut."
"Donna writes a nasty story in the school paper, obviously taking the mickey out of Eric albeit under fake names and playing in the Victorian age, so when schoolgirls see trough the pseudonyms and scold him as cat-killer, he tries to write his own version... Red is startled that Bob has found a new lady friend -bossy Joanne, who picked him up shopping- and furious as she insists on doing the grilling, in Red's view at the very core of manhood. Kelso hasn't bought a dress for Jackie but half of the pinball machine in the diner, hoping for a 50% profit even each time he ..."
"Red casts Kelso as a stock buy in his film segment our stocking shelves for Pricemart; Eric is unnerved by how close Kitty and Donna start to become."
"Red thinks an employee at PriceMart is a good match for Eric, but upon mentioning the idea she touches his knee and says she's interested in someone else."
"Eric convinces the guys to spend a girls-free night bowling, but Hyde scores an instant-kissing chick on the alley, Jill, which kills the plan. Red and pastor Dave have such fun as basketball supporters that it takes Kitty some insisting to remind the clergyman that mass is his Sunday priority, only to hear Red inspired him to resign! Donna is shocked Bob already sleeps with his new girlfriend Joanne, so her ma Midge is completely out of the picture. Jackie is jealous to find Rhonda is already more in the loop and even has a key to the basement and gets challenged to ..."
"The gang grumbles Christmas isn't real fun any more, like when they were little kids, except Kelso who looks forward to the traditional X-mas children's specials, but Jackie won't let him watch. Kitty gets them to volunteer for pastor Dave's church pageant, with Eric as director, who has an all too hard time stopping everyone for modernizing their parts most un-biblically. When Dave tries to take over directing and the lead, he is irreverently tied up, enough for Leo to give the sacrilegers heaps. Meanwhile Red is so angry at Bob's seasonal 'noise' that he hides his ..."
"Kitty brings Eric a lollipop, sex pamphlets and condoms to the men's disgust; yet when Kitty is home only one night and Red is out, he tries to steal some back; Eric thinks he thus found the basement stash with Hyde's dope, so the two desperately avoid each-other. To Fez' despair, the new exchange student Thomas, although not much brighter, is instantly popular because of his good looks; so Fez dumps him at the Michigan border. Jackie is broke, expects Kelso to get a job to keep her in cosmetics, but the only one available, at the Cheese Palace, is girls only- as her ..."
"Eric's cousin Penny, who he used to tease a lot when they were kids, comes over for a visit. All the guys think she's very hot."
"When a tornado comes to Point Place Eric becomes stuck at the radio station with Donna; while at the school dance Kelso is named king, and Jackie gets upset."
"When the school paper prints Eric's election as most eligible player of the Vikings team, he imagines being a love-machine like Kelso and tells Donna it's time they start dating other people, while only gullible dog Emily actually dates him. Fearing ridicule by association, Jackie sets up a date for reluctant Donna with Michael's elder ex-con brother Casey, just out of military service, a political mismatch but a hit at first sight, who reminds Eric 'Foreplay' he's still a measly nobody and lost Donna. Fez can think of nothing but fat Rhonda's promise to 'share ..."
"As Valentine's day approaches, Fez has bought a big box of candy for his Rhonda, but can his horny body wait for her without eating the sweets? Jackie, who now learns the value of money, tells Michael Kelso to earn some for a neat gift; Eric suggests a clinic in Madison pays for 'manly donations', a job he excels at naturally... Donna has the hots for Michael's 'cool' big brother Casey Kelso and actually gets a date, but his Trans Am car is hotter in his eyes. Eric and his delighted ma Kitty are stunned when Red tells his son he loves him, but only because..."
"Fez damages the car and injuries Leo when Hyde tries to teach him how to drive; Leo falls in love with Kitty during his stay at the hospital."
"Jackie kisses Todd, a colleague of her's, and Eric accidentally sees it."
"While taking yearbook pictures and working to come up with the perfect yearbook quote, the gang recalls how they each met for the first time."
"The gang tries to exact their revenge on Kelso for a prank, but they accidentally get Red instead; Jackie tries to help cheer Donna up."
"Eric lets his date drive Red's corvette but ends up having to rush it home when Kitty and Red come back to town early; Jackie and Donna sneak into Casey's room."
"Kitty enlists Jackie and Donna to help her decorate for Hyde's surprise birthday party, but believing he'll be kicked out of the house, Hyde isn't in the mood."
"The others all react blas\u00c3\u00a9, except Kitty, when Fez reminds them tomorrow is the spring musical he has been preparing for enthusiastically for weeks. In his innocent dream, Fez is a real star, and everybody gets his or her place, but in reality his music teacher, Mr. Wilkinson, punishes the eager beaver for 'imitating my accent' by putting him on the last row, with losers and ugly kids. When the big day looks like it's a total bummer, Fez is surprised to see..."
"Michael Kelso overheard his abusive big brother Casey say he's about to meet and probably do it with Donna in \"Le Motel\"; Hyde insists everybody keeps quiet to Eric, Fez spills the beans. Bob is officially divorced, yet marriage doesn't appeal to Joanne, Red assures her Bob and she are right for each-other. Kelso is determined to stalk Jackie now he believes she's doing it again with a Cheese Palace guy, actually rather sweet. Eric couldn't burst in at the hotel, just wined to Leo in the other honeymoon suite, but after he left someone pulled the fire-alarm..."
"Eric can't get over Donna, so he confronts Casey, who just plans to use her and move on."
"Jackie finds a way to make up with Michael Kelso who dumped her: he may kiss another girl; Jackie reserves choosing her 'rival'; when she finally leaves the choice to him, his is surprisingly romantic, and yet... Eric is delighted to catch Donna drunk as a skunk in bright daylight because of Casey; Bob is a walkover who lets her get away with everything, regardless of Joanne, but when it gets too gross Red steps in, and Casey seizes the opportunity to dump her, publicly. Just now she comes crawling back, Eric's pointless pride makes him refuse to be her 'second choice..."
Season 5 - That '70s Show
"Eric goes to California to express his love for Donna, meanwhile Kelso tries to talk Annette into bed."
"Eric and Donna are severely punished for their trip to California: Eric loses his car and Donna has to go to a catholic school."
"Red's reaction to Kitty's announcement that she is pregnant isn't what she hoped for; Kelso fails to take the news of Hyde and Jackie in good stride."
"Now Michael Kelso has found out about Jackie and Hyde, he's crushed and out for vengeance - alas his attacks on friend Steven have the same sad result as always, a black eye for poor Kelso. Kitty is walking on clouds because of her pregnancy, so she invites her parents over, alcoholic Burt Sigurdson and commands-shouting Bea Sigurdson, but the gynecologist changed her big news: she's not expecting but entering menopause; one day too late for otherwise relieved Red: his 'baby' the Corvette is already sold."
"Donna gives Eric a 'man ring'. Eric doesn't say how much he loathes the ring and even loses it."
"Red considers Kitty's menopause the worst threat since the Korean war. For college orientation day, the Foremans drive the boys -Michael Kelso brings a note from his parents pinned on his lapel, but spent the $30 on a video-game- to state college UW, Bob decided Donna must go to private Marquette with Jackie. Being apart is a depressing prospect, but while Red is shocked by the 'hippies' the kids love the colleges, only Hyde and Jackie are miserable as they play stupid power games. Donna decides to go to UW just for Eric's sake."
"Eric buys Donna an engagement ring but then decides they're too young for marriage, unfortunately Donna knows he's bought her a gift and puts him on the spot."
"It's Thanksgiving day and Eric can't tell Red about failing math or about his secret engagement to Donna. Red may reward Eric's (alleged) maturity at dinner and Kelso's 'dating' Eric's math teacher. Kitty's Mom and Dad add to the chaos."
"Kelso accidentally shoots Hyde with a BB gun during a fight and all hell breaks loose; Fez comes to the realization that he has a crush on his boss at the DMV."
"Eric feels stupid when the SAT scores come back and he is crushed by Donna; Red convinces Eric to buckle down and avoid Donna until he retakes that test."
"Kitty throws a dinner party for Fez's new girlfriend; the guys resent the gesture while the girls are excited about getting a chance to act like grown-ups."
"With Jackie's dad in prison for bribery, he is now broke and the bank foreclosed on his cabin so Kitty elects her, Red, Eric, and Donna to help Jackie clean out the cabin. Jackie doesn't want Hyde to know so she tells him she tells him she's going to a doll expo. Hyde takes this as an opportunity to go to Jackie's dad's cabin with Kelso and Fez for a guy's weekend."
"Annette, Kelso's girlfriend from his and Donna's California exile, comes to visit Michael Kelso but stays with Donna, who insists Jackie must join them. Jealous Jackie hates Annette like bubonic plague, but seems to warm to her, until... Kitty's parents turn up unannounced from Arizona: Burt has lost all their money on an ostrich farm which got wiped out by coyotes, then has a fatal heart-attack while sneakily watching the girls' slumber party, like the boys before him. Grandmother as merry widow is a grim prospects for the Formans..."
"Hyde thinks Jackie still has feelings for Kelso while Eric's grandma drives Kitty and Donna mad with her icky remarks."
"Donna's dad and his partner Joanne are off for a weekend getaway, so Eric and Donna plan a weekend together to prove to themselves that they're adult enough to be engaged. The gang is determined to throw a party at Donna's, and are unforgiving when Donna refuses. Meanwhile, a call from the jeweler makes Kitty think Red is buying her a present, but she finds out the ring is from Eric to Donna while taking 'poor orphan' Hyde shopping for a new coat, which Hyde hates--an Evis-style flashy jacket that looks nothing like Hyde's style. Kitty tries to prevent Red from ..."
"Now their parents know and worry about Eric and Donna's engagement, Eric is terrified and shunned by Red, Donna goes plead their case. Fez' boss and lover Nina decides to clear the air and his tension at work by asking him to stay for the night, all the way; when he reports to the gang, its sounds all but romantic or efficient, but Nina has her own conclusion. Hyde didn't even know about Jackie's birthday, Kelso gives her a perfect sweater. Eric claims he'll marry Donna even if he must pay the wedding himself, Red fires him..."
"Since Red ruined Erics life for getting engaged, their rowing gets worse for weeks, even chases the gang away. Kitty signs them up for a charity father-son Point Place Paul Bunyan pioneer event; they still fight and get creamed by Charlie and Mitch, an apparently perfect pair; as events progress the team' temperaments seem to get reversed, but at the end -a loss- nothing has really changed. Hyde doesn't believe Leo has just disappeared, so the gang look for him in his apartment; the new tenant has a note and a gift for Steven..."
"Now most kids are out of a job income, they all head for the job fair, Eric and Hyde being fired, Kelso after getting a ticket from a female cop made him doubt if his looks will last, Donna as 'hot' appetizer for her radio station. Red raises the stakes: if Eric sticks to marrying Donna, he'll stop the dumb ass's college funding. Most available jobs are revolting, yet Hyde becomes cook for his former 'big brother', a worse social cripple then him; Kelso decides to become a cop because the uniform would prolong his beauty many years. Eric found a bank teller's job, but..."
"While Fez wants to meet the parents of his girlfriend Nina, Donna has talked herself into asking Jackie to stay with her because her parents are gone."
"Donna finds having Jackie as 'guest' is hell, only more invasive than an occupying army. Kelso hopes he'll be a tough cop in a year, but needs a less sissy job than model- Hyde's boss Roy engages him as kitchen hand, but bastard Steven pretends to be his boss, qualified to fire him after a trial period, which the scum turns into a non-stop hell-week, even in the Forman basement. Eric can't meet the payments for Donna's engagement ring, even after selling LPs. Fez is still drifting on a pink cloud called Nina, yet as horny as ever."
"Nina leaves Fez. Excuse of his needs; Kitty invited a creepy kid into the gang's circle of friends; the crew sees Fez's room for the first time."
"Hyde tells Jackie he doesn't trust her being alone with Kelso, Eric gets a new job and Fez has a very disturbing dream involving Kelso."
"Kelso finds out Hyde cheated on Jackie and confronts him. Hyde tells Jackie about what he did. Meanwhile, Laurie has come back from Chicago."
"Red has taken a final decision regarding Eric and Donna's wish to move and marry."
"Fez dreads impending graduation as he probably must return to his lizard-infested country afterward, so he gets Kelso and Hyde to observe a truce in their Jacky-war to join both on a camping trip by the lake with the whole gang, plus Eric's stupid sister Laurie. Kitty is on heavy tranquilizers as she can't handle her 'baby boy' moving out. After a failed ghost prank by the campfire Eric was to skinny-dip with Donna, but ends up screaming butt-naked with Laurie, who next does it in Kelso's van with Fez, who gets even more out of it then sex... Kelso and Hyde's rivalry ..."
Season 6 - That '70s Show
"Eric is torn apart because he desperately wants to leave home, but can't because he's needed at home after Red's mild heart attack."
"Although everyone keeps meanly abusing Kelso, he proves himself a true friend by realizing Hyde and Jackie may play cool and aloof, they're obviously still in love, so Michael starts shuttle diplomacy, albeit without rendering any sentence correctly, and makes each believe the other apologized first... Eric's announcement he defers college at least till Red is recovered delights Kitty as much as it depresses Red his 18 years wait isn't about to end after all, and joining Red in the doctor's ruthless diet looked doable to Kitty only till she reads he list includes no ..."
"It's Donna's last night in Point Place, and it's also Eric's eighteenth birthday. He may not be getting the party he expected, and he has to tell Donna goodbye."
"When the boys see foxy Brooke again, Kelso wants her to confirm they did it at a Molly Hatchett concert, but she doesn't even remember the Adonis, who just can't believe it: other girls pretend they did get him. Just admitting he finds Brooke hot too gets Hyde in Jackie's bad books, but he's not about to lie for her; Kitty assures her it just takes a few years of picking shrewd shrew-battles till a man just gives up 'disobeying'. Donna tells Kelso that Brooke is now a librarian, he keeps insisting -the other boys only now discover there is a library in town, and it ..."
"The gang doesn't believe Kelso's claim Brooke can't be carrying his child. When Donna gets him to talk to her, she tells him never to give the baby and her another taught- he can't believe his luck! Immigration is going to deport Fez if his marriage to Laurie is found fake, so he must sleep in the Foreman house, Kitty can't refuse. Red isn't happy to find him naked in the shower, nor bunking with Eric, who must imitate his ocean sounds tape to stop his endless candy stories, so Fez ends up in the basement, cranky after a sleepless night. Agent Armstrong interrogates ..."
"Eric is fired because Joanne broke up with Bob. Eric tries to get the job Kelso is also applying for."
"Jackie invites the guys to her high school dance; Kelso ditches the dance to visit Brooke at the library; Kitty casts a reluctant Red as the local Santa."
"Eric tells Donna and Kitty he worked late while he was actually playing poker with the guys."
"Jackie joins a Big Sister program at school. Eric tries to become the new handy man around the house."
"Kelso thinks he's the stooge of the police academy and, with Eric and Hyde, breaks into the police academy to check his file."
"While Michael Kelso helps Brooke in the library, she invites him, impressed with his kind efforts, to take her to her next gynecologist's appointment. Alas his van is missing by then because Eric drove Donna in it to 'mount hump' by the lake, which she considers a romantic wedding site, even though dad Bob insists on a church wedding, but forgot the hand-break... Meanwhile Jackie, who considered the basement 'depressingly gray', turned Hyde's bedroom into a pink baby girl-room, yet he enjoys the fragrance and softness but won't admit so. Red even finds it 'un-manly' ..."
"Kelso introduces a fellow police cadet to the gang, a tomboy named Suzy Simpson. Comedy ensues when Kelso tries to set up a date between Suzy and Fez. Kitty becomes defensive when a stress management specialist visits Red."
"Fez shooting a bunny turned police cadet Suzy off completely, she only wants to hurt people. Fez blames his poor mate and failing cupid Kelso, who tries to wait patiently and brings peace offerings, but gets them thrown back (in words, two are kept as Jackie advised as part of ruthless revenge) so now Michael gets mad at him too. Donna's late period makes her and Eric believe she's pregnant; he panics worst and blabs to Kitty, who first suggested they move, then promises not to tell but writes it down for Red and Bob, who only suggests to pass the baby for Donna's ..."
"Kelso burns down the Police Academy. Eric and Donna start marriage counseling."
"Michael Kelso was looking forward to the new, luxurious police academy, but doesn't want to go at all now because he believes he'll lose his friends and fears he may not make new friends. When Jackie's mother and gold-digging role model Pamela 'Pam' Burkhart arrives, Donna says she should welcome her - until Pam digs into her own dad, Bob."
"When Kitty gives a cocktail-party, the men all dress up because of Jackie's sexy ma Pamela 'Pam' Burkhart, envy Bob who got another good looker after Midge and agree it must be a matter of money more then charm, while their daughters agree that mismatch may not go trough but are ignored. The doctor gives Red a heart monitor, but Kitty uses it as a lie-detector to trap him till it is proven to react to... Simple hedonist Kelso is the only one who uses Bob's hot-tub after the odd couple, au naturel, so his scumbag 'mates'..."
"When Eric is caught by Donna tending to his 'manly needs' in the Pinciotti bathroom, everyone acts as if it was an ax-murder: Jackie sees it as blackmail material to 'milk' for life, the others brand the boy as a weak pervert. Hyde and Fez regret having to miss how Eric will as always make this one 'even worse', but still go visit Kelso at the police academy, where the cadet has adopted the burly house style, grown the trade-mark mustache and adopted the cop name Mike. After he dutifully flushed weed criminal Hyde's contraband stash, the pair treacherously shaves him ..."
"Donna decides it's time for the next wedding preparations: choosing a wedding list, to the boys' anger only 'things at the table', nothing they like, and Eric is a wreck after a six hours shopping raid, so eager to take Red's advice: choose so badly she'll declare him shop-incompetent and do it all herself. Alas veteran Kelso gives the game away at first glance, so as punishment Eric must go shop wedding cloths with Jackie, who surprisingly knows how to handle a male shopping-stooge. Meanwhile Kitty and Fez catch Red enjoying reading one of her dirty girls books..."
"After accidentally hitting him in the hospital, Eric tells Mitch he's welcome to hang out in the basement, even though nobody likes him."
"Pam Burkhart moves back in with Bob Pinciotti, eagerly helped by the boys, especially horny admirers Kelso and Fez, but it's Red and Hyde who see her accidentally (but also on her part?) bare-breasted. A visit to the movie theater makes Donna admit to herself she's as horny for him as the other way around, forget pre-marital abstinence, but then he gets suspiciously greeted by a vending girl, and Mitch, who is back in the basement, hotly hoping to get Donna for himself against everyone's warnings he stands no chance ever, eagerly stirs..."
"Precisely because Eric 'forbids' Donna to be Mitch's date at his brother's wedding, she accepts; it's in the Holiday hotel where Eric takes that shift so he can watch and bug his rival; Jackie and Fez come as chaperons, she gives him 'tips' to court a country-club bitch just like her. Kitty convinces Kelso not to take pregnant Broke to a roller-coaster and horse-riding but to her baby-care-class in hospital; Brooke panics when her practical skills fall short of her book-knowledge, but Michael's babysitting experience compensates. Red has got cable TV to compensate for..."
"Eric thinks he has cursed his upcoming marriage after catching sight of Donna in her wedding gown; Red looks for a very inexpensive wedding gift."
"As their marriage looms, Donna stuns Eric by leasing a trailer and announcing she's ditching college in order to become a full-time DJ. Hyde drags Eric out to a strip joint, so Kitty decides to take the girls to a similar establishment with male strippers - which they discover is MC'd by Casey Kelso. As the evening drags on, Donna starts to worry whether she's made the right decision - just as Eric fears he's holding her back, and that it will end destroying their relationship."
"Michael meets Brooke's mother Carolyn, instant antagonism, and she intends to take her home to Chicago while he's in police academy, he agrees for six months. Eric wakes up, Donna leaving him was just a nightmare, but Red warns him a trailer has no place no hide. Fez and Hyde are allowed to decide who may be best man: scissors, rock, paper, or ... Thinking about 'just wedding jibes' must be right for all future divorc\u00c3\u00a9s really spooks Donna, yet it's Eric who doesn't show up for their wedding rehearsal, just phoning..."
"Now Eric has left Donna practically at the altar, her mother Midge makes a surprise appearance to console her, to the ever-horny boys' delight as always. Midge finds Bob hooked up with Pam and acts jealous, so he takes Kelso's advice to plow both fields... When Hyde is shortly in hospital after a fall from the water-tower, accidentally pushed down by Donna, Kitty reads in his medical file he actually has another biological father, which he ignored, besides the dead-beat who completely abandoned him. He pretends not to care but eagerly accepts a 'coincidental' ride ..."
Season 7 - That '70s Show
"Red refuses to feed Eric until he gets a plan for his life. Jackie feels that Donna's new blond look will re-energize her spiritually and Donna vows to re-dedicate herself to feminism. Meanwhile Fez takes the first tentative steps towards establishing contact with a potential girlfriend and Kitty is scandalized that Bob is dating Pam and Midge simultaneously, forcing the anti-social Red to talk with him about it. Determined to have eat his mother's fried chicken for dinner Eric comes up with the plan: to do nothing and go nowhere for a year, deciding to hock Donna's ..."
"Kelso is waiting for Brooke's call he's going to become a daddy, but Fez keeps pestering him with fake calls and answers. Sissy Eric joins Donna in a feminist demonstration for a safe park, even belting 'I'm a Woman', but ends up the prey of a ruthless herd after humping her there. When Hyde's dad according to Kitty's hospital file turns up, lawyer William Barnett, he turns out to be black, yet everyone pretends not to mind or even notice -Kitty breaks that silence- then shuns him for offering Steven money, yet only content once the two make up."
"Kelso is back from Chicago: he has a daughter, Betsy, and his paternal status makes him even more desirable to Kimberly, but once he realizes she is someone's daughter too, his own conquest somehow feels sordid, unless her father... Kitty gets Hyde to call his 'lost dad' Barnett again. Eric decides to (ab)use his 'year off' for undeserved treats, such as bubble gum ice cream, and doing things he always dreamed off, such as vandalizing a local shop; when Red takes everyone to the muffler shop only to find it's out of business, Eric decides to shorten that word to 'muff..."
"After Red offers him a job, Hyde must choose between working with Red or his real father. Fez gets a job as a shampoo boy at the local beauty shop."
"With an empty nest, Kitty decides on a course of self-improvement. Eric decides he wants to be an artist. Hyde learns the joy of business attire."
"Eric encourages the gang to pull a prank on a crazy neighbor, but it backfires; Kitty throws a \"coming out\" party for herself to raise her self-esteem."
"Fez and Kelso vie for the affections of a hot new client at the local beauty salon; Kitty devises a plan to heat up her private life with Red."
"Hyde meets his half-sister, Angie, with whom he does not see eye to eye. Eric conceals his love of roller disco from the gang."
"When an upset Kitty discovers the kids have their own plans for Thanksgiving, Red guilts Eric into giving up via Styx tickets to stay home for the holiday."
"Hyde is upset when he discovers his new sister Angie has started dating Kelso; Donna agrees to help out Red's falling Business by plugging it on the radio."
"Kitty gets into hot water with the social elite of her Christmas event when Kelso accidentally Ava a box of Donald toys at the precinct."
"Jackie constructs an elaborate hoax about being engaged to Fez after meeting a woman with the perfect life; Donna and Eric conspire to ruin Kelso's romance."
"Donna takes Jackie to her karate class, Kitty joins Red when he goes ice-fishing and the boys think the FBI is after them after Kelso accidentally threatened the president over the phone."
"Donna has six tickets to the Packers game, exactly enough for the gang. However, Eric wants to take Red. Hyde says not to worry because he has a ticket switch plan."
"Kelso enjoys rubbing in he's doing Hyde's sister. Donna is jealous her new, music-ignorant radio station assistant 'Sizzling Sarah' is a sex symbol far sooner then she got a nickname, yet refuses to promote on a billboard in bikini a Tom Jones signing session, most popular with the local females. When Sarah offers to do it, station manager Stan fires Donna. Jackie and Hyde want each-other back but don't dare tell so, except she to Fez, who has an even hotter dream. Eric thinks up a nasty revenge. Kitty was too emotional to go for an autograph and delegate Red too ..."
"Angie proves it's possibly to be worse at mastering the art of 'burns' then her lover Kelso at anything intellectual. After another ass-aimed lecture from Red about wasting an entire year, Eric hits on great with fellow comics- and SciFi-erudite unemployed coach potato Stew Bailey, but is turned off seeing Stewie's ma is his best friend at age 36. Jackie has her TV 'news' show with Donna behind the camera, who get her freaky nervous just before it goes on air, so it all goes horribly wrong. After a pep-talk from fellow screw-up Eric she tries again, guest-starring '..."
"Eric is inspired by the writings of Jack Kerouac and decides to hit the road; Hyde and Jackie share a tender moment thanks to Fez."
"Donna and Eric get their first taste of parenthood after agreeing to babysit Kelso's daughter; a car show tears Red and Kitty's relationship."
"Kelso chooses godparents for daughter Betsy; someone keeps breaking in to the record store."
"Donna injured her back, but Eric's attempts to tend to her backfires when he only makes things worse; Kelso and Fez search for apartment together."
"Michael and Fez move into their apartment, but can't agree who gets the room with direct bathroom access. Red visits to give them a taste how rude guests can behave, like the kids put 'his' basement trough. Now Eric wants to become a teacher, he finds out he can only graduate and get his diploma after summer classes in gym, having failed that course. Coach has been succeeded by Kelso's older brother Casey, a man to Kitty's taste. Eric 'Foreplay' manages to insult him after failing a single pull-up so his dumped ex Donna is told a date-bribe would do instead. The room ..."
"Michael has decided it's time to dump Angie, but doesn't know how to do it less insensitively then the many other times he dumped girls, so he chickens out. He could have spared himself the trouble: she dumps him because her dad has decided to promote her to manager of his Milwaukee record shop, although she hasn't learned anything about the business, so Hyde is not happy - or didn't she get that right? Eric finally has the paperwork ready to study, but now Red announces his college fund is now lost on the muffler shop, and student counselor Mr. Bray is only ..."
"Donna is still furious with Eric over his decision to spend a year in Africa. Jackie announces she's been offered a job in Chicago - and demands Hyde decide whether they should get married. Red introduces Charlie, the son of a fellow war vet, who unwisely invites the gang to visit his father's beer warehouse. Hyde makes his choice - but Jackie has already left."
"Hyde hints he was willing to marry Jackie to stop her leaving for Chicago. New guy Charlie is in the doghouse after turning up drunk and dressed as a schoolgirl. Fez and Kelso discover Jackie is still in Point Place. Donna tries to come up with a leaving gift for Eric, who departs for Africa in three days. Charlie accidentally sees Kitty naked, but it's Red who gets into trouble. Eric's present turns out to be Donna, dressed as Princess Leia. Hyde doesn't know how to react when Jackie repeats her ultimatum, and lets her walk off, angry. Kelso offers to give her a ride..."
"Jackie tries to hide from Hyde while pleading with Kelso for a ride to Chicago; Eric's grand farewell to Donna does t go quite as planned."
Season 8 - That '70s Show
"It's a month since Eric left for Africa and Hyde disappeared in Chicago; Kitty is preparing a tape to send to Eric. She confesses to sampling some of the guys' stash. Kelso now claims he didn't actually have sex with Jackie, who's just back and furious with him. Hyde returns and punches Kelso. Charlie falls from the water tower - and dies (eliminating himself from the role of replacement Eric). Jackie hears Hyde was intending to propose in Chicago, and tries to make up. He says he's not ready to get married yet - just in time for the arrival of Sam, who announces she ..."
"Now Steven has discovered to be married in Las Vegas, airhead Sam(antha)'s profession there, stripper, is as nightmarish to Kitty as it seems every (straight) man's dream come true to Kelso, who bumbles with handcuffs. Leo has held a weed orgy with strangers in the record shop, but Hyde can't fire him, even hires fellow youngster Randy Pearson who applies because Leo put a sign up. Randy proves too inventive to let go. Getting drunk, 'scorned' Jackie shows the whole bar both her stupid arrogance and too much anatomy. Fez also gets seduced but not really."
"Hyde's de facto deputy, college guy Randy, convinces the gang to have a post-wedding bachelor party in the basement, which Kelso clears by reminding Kitty Red hasn't taken her to dinner for ages. Alas the plan to be 'arrested' by a stripper-cop is crossed by real officer Ron, so the civilian boys land in jail with abusive female sergeant Davis. When the Forman couple returns, Leo has brought the strippers to the living room, while the girls are bored at their hen night without boys. Kelso's attempt to spring his mates goes completely pear-shaped, for him even ..."
"Kelso's plan to propose to Jackie gets sidetracked when he gets a job offer he can't refuse, while Donna fumes over Eric's failure to contact her."
"Donna has very adult photos taken to send to Eric in Africa. At the same time habitual daydreamer Fez,imagines what sharing an apartment with Jackie would be like."
"Bob convinced the veterans to admit National Guardsmen like him to their annual reunion, which Red was looking forward to, and promised they would supply a photographer. Hyde convinces Red the cheap yet decent man for the job is Leo, but when they enter, 'Leonard' is the generally acclaimed Purple Heart war hero, Red and Bob had no idea and hear the next morning what turned him hippie in 1945... Donna isn't forthcoming about Eric's latest letter from Africa, then admits he broke up with her. Fez and Jackie confess to Hyde they wrote him about her falsely assumed ..."
"The basement bunch is bored, so Randy buys them Fatso burgers, only Fez tries not to look pleased. When the owner Mr. Visotsky scolds them for using several ketchup containers, they decide to exact revenging by kidnapping his orders-taking 'talking' emblem, clown Fatso. Missing Eric, Donna gets excited by the kick she gets out of crime, Hyde wisely calms her down. When Red discovers what they have done, for once he smiles, as he hated the stupid clown (Jackie was traumatized by them since the age of 5). Kitty, however, is behind the 'save our monument' campaign, so ..."
"Fez's new girlfriend from the salon runs out to be a close friend of Kitty's, and Jackie stumbles upon a secret crush of Donna's."
"Fez almost loses his apartment when Jackie floods it. He's ready to say \"Good day!\" to their co-habitation, but Jackie manages to salvage things by bonding with Fenton, the landlord, over shopping, and convincing him to let them stay. Red and Kitty are concerned over the number of arguments that Hyde and Samantha are having. But when they learn the reason for all the fights, it causes some sparks to fly in their own relationship."
"Donna doubts Randy's motives when he invites her to spend the weekend in her parents' cabin. Jackie discovers there's no business like show business."
"Jackie's new job at the station keeps her on edge as she assists psycho boss Christine St. George. Frustrated with Christine's attitude, Jackie tries to win her over with some of Kitty's homemade brownies. Luckily, Jackie's plan works and Christine lightens up, but when Jackie claims the recipe as her own on live television, Kitty is the one who freaks out. Meanwhile, Leo has a crush on Donna."
"Randy surprises and charms Donna with his unconventional idea of a romantic Valentine's Day date with a mystery girl- closer then she guessed, but Leo spoils his plans. Red shows Hyde he's prepared for all occasions calling for presents for Kitty, so the bastard robs Red's stash for his stripper wife and Kitty has kittens having to wait for a lousy improvised gift and learning why. When the \"What's Up Wisconsin\" couple of the month cancels last minute, Jackie can't find another replacement then Fez; his story and kiss-stealing pale compared to Christine St. George's ..."
"When the friends find out that Donna is now into Randy, they just tease them. Red also gives his blessing, again to Donna's pleasant surprise, only Kitty calls her a whore as expected. The ever-present memory of Eric in the Forman home makes Donna break up with Randy and blame him for being so nice about it, till she admits he's too good to dump. Meanwhile Jackie, now Fez's even lowlier colleague at the hair salon, meanly gives his game away as 'serial dater' to co-worker Hillary, with a surprising result."
"When Hyde's father asks him to house-sit while he is out of town, the gang convinces Hyde to throw a party."
"Showing her engagement ring to Fez in the car, Fez drops it out the window, so Red drops the kids to look for it in the woods. Bob blurts out that Red gave her a $65, not $1,000 ring, so he's in the doghouse until he tells the rather romantic truth, yet Kitty gets value for money in the end. Fez gets lost and hides in a cave with his goldfish until Bob finds the candy trail Fez accidentally left. Hyde enjoys taunting Jackie, who refused to team up boy-girl and manages to get wet all alone, while Donna exposes her 'wet' half."
"To the basement gang's amusement, Hyde discovers that his marriage is illegal (bigamy): Samantha married Larry before Hyde. Although Sam claims to love only him, he decides to divorce her. Jealous to be the only single girl, Jackie draws up a list of qualities for her 'ideal man', which Donna points out actually describes her dream prince - Fez! After a promotion for his muffler shop goes really badly, Red has a verbal go at the competition and is offered a fat check to quit, and accepts - it's enough to retire."
"Now Red finally has reached retirement, he realizes it's not really what he wants. Bored to death, Red grabs an opportunity to help out as handyman in the record shop, but drives the boys crazy, so Steven sends him home. Kitty insists he makes up, so Hyde wrecks things Red can repair at home - only to be told he's taking it easy after all. Meanwhile Jackie has finally admitted she wants Fez, who now is no longer chasing her but Hllary, and reneges on monogamy. Donna takes her to therapy with Dr. Hammond, whose patients include Kitty, and whose own marriage is the ..."
"The gang discovers Jackie and Fez are die-hard fans of the band \"The Village People.\" This inspires the rest of them to hold a \"Disco Sucks\" party."
"Fez decides to stop being a player and settle down with one woman. Hyde convinces Red to sell his heart medication."
"After events at an anti-disco gathering, Donna begins reconsidering whether she wants to stay in a relationship with Randy. Fez and Jackie begin to hit some rough spots in their relationship."
"Kitty and Red find that leaving their home behind in order to move to Florida is a much more challenging experience than they had anticipated."
"It is New Year's Eve and is the last day of the '70s. Kitty is having second thoughts about selling the house and moving to Florida, even though Red thinks she is happy they are moving. Donna has just broken up with Randy and is moving to college. Jackie realizes she loves Fez. Bob decides that he's moving to Florida and open a bait shop. Eric says he's coming home from Africa."
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