Next Episode of That '70s Show is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Crank up the 8-track and flash back to a time when platform shoes and puka shells were all the rage in this hilarious retro-sitcom. For Eric, Kelso, Jackie, Hyde, Donna and Fez, a group of high school teens who spend most of their time hanging out in Eric's basement, life in the ‘70s isn't always so groovy. But between trying to figure out the meaning of life, avoiding their parents, and dealing with out-of-control hormones, they've learned one thing for sure: they'll always get by with a little help from their friends.
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's 17th birthday is approaching, and he tries to prevent his mother, Kitty, from throwing him a surprise birthday party. Donna tells Jackie she kissed Eric, and Jackie helps her choose a meaningful gift for him. Meanwhile, Eric's older sister, Laurie, returns home from college for a visit.
The guys decide to streak when President Gerald Ford comes to town for a campaign stop. The town committee chooses Red to ask the President a question and Donna refuses to wear an American flag jumpsuit her father, Bob, gives her.
Eric and Donna argue, after she continually defeats him in various sports and games. Jackie pressures Donna to let Eric win, while Hyde and Fez pressure Kelso to stand up to Jackie. Red's job hours at the auto plant are cut back and he is forced to stay home, keeping himself occupied by "fixing" things, much to Kitty's dismay.
Eric gets a job at the local Fatso Burger, but doesn't enjoy it. Donna tries to get Eric to come over, since her parents are out of town, but he doesn't understand her hints. Instead, Kelso wants to throw a party at Donna's house.
The gang throws a party in a pool at a real estate model home after finding a keg while skipping school. Eric searches for a tap but Red and Bob find out about the party and try to locate the kids, while Kitty gets Bob's wife Midge drunk.
The gang plan to go to a disco in Kenosha. Kitty teaches Hyde how to dance, and Bob mistakenly thinks they are having an affair. Jackie dances with Fez and Hyde with Donna, leaving Eric and Kelso slightly jealous.
Eric and Donna go to the drive-in with Kelso and Jackie. Fez's host parents won't allow him to listen to rock music, so Hyde intervenes. Red and Kitty try to go out to eat at a fancy restaurant.
Laurie brings her friend Kate (Jenny Maguire) home with her for Thanksgiving. Red's mother, Bernice, constantly calls, asking about Thanksgiving dinner, much to Kitty's annoyance. Red is reluctant to accept a job offer from Bob.
Red's unbearable mother (Marion Ross) comes to spend a Sunday with the family. Kitty tries to quit smoking, and Eric has a school paper due. Kelso wants to break up with Jackie, but doesn't know how to tell her.
Eric starts hanging out with his lab partner, Buddy (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), which leaves his friends feeling neglected. Red is having trouble helping customers at Bob's appliance store, Bargain Bob's.
Red gives Eric $40 to buy a Christmas tree, but he, Hyde and Kelso cut one down along the interstate and keep the money for beer and presents. Red is forced by Bob to spend his Christmas Eve at the store. Laurie spikes the punch with vodka at Eric's Christmas party.
Kelso makes out with campus chick Pam Macey, causing Jackie to dump him. She invites everyone but Kelso to her ski cabin, but soon regrets it. Hyde decides to make a risky move on Donna, which he fails at and Donna ends up slapping him in the face. Kitty releases an old grudge on Red involving their younger years.
Red takes away the keys to Eric's Vista Cruiser after he notices a scratch on it, so the guys drive around in Kelso's cousin's car, which turns out to be stolen and the guys are detained. Jackie wants to have sex with Kelso and is anxiously waiting for him. Bob isn't too pleased Midge is taking a female empowerment class.
Kitty wants Red to hang out with Eric, so he goes with the gang to a wrestling match. After sleeping with him, Jackie is willing to do anything for Kelso, so he won't get bored with her. Hyde and Fez listen to Bob's stories about his problems with Midge and her classes, in exchange for beer. Kitty and Laurie attend Midge's therapy session, but discover it's not what it seems to be.
It's Valentine's Day and Eric wants to take Donna on their first date and give her his class ring, much to Hyde's displeasure. At the restaurant things are going well, until the waiter accidentally serves Donna a spiked drink.
Jackie confides in Eric that she might be pregnant and Kelso is the father. When Eric spills the beans to Donna, she goes to Midge and tells her she wants to go on the pill. When Bob goes to the pharmacy to pick her prescription up, both he and Eric are in for a surprise when the pharmacist tells Bob what the prescription is.
The gang goes to work with their parents on career day. Eric works with Kitty at the hospital, while Hyde and Fez visit Hyde's mom, Edna (Katey Sagal), a lunch lady. Donna visits her father at "Bargain Bob's" and inadvertently tells him she is embarrassed by his career. Kelso tries to understand his father's (Francis Guinan) profession, and Jackie and Red bond over fixing the Vista Cruiser.
Kelso takes Pam Macey (Jennifer Lyons) to the prom to make Jackie jealous, so Jackie goes with Hyde instead. Eric rents a hotel room intending to have sex with Donna. Midge wants to start her own business, but Bob opposes the idea.
The gang sees Star Wars and Kelso is instantly obsessed, wanting to see it over and over again. Red is given his full-time status back at the plant. Meanwhile, Eric is annoyed with the son of Red's boss, David Milbank (Scott Whyte), trying to hit on Donna, prompting him to have a Star Wars dream. Eric later finds out from David that the plant will be closing soon and hits him in the face.
When the gang climbs up the water tower to paint a pot leaf on the side, Kelso falls over the side and hurts himself. Meanwhile, Eric is unable to pay attention to anything after walking in on his parents. When Laurie finds out what Eric went through, she spills the beans to their parents, and eventually gets "the birds and the bees" talk from them.
While hanging out with Fez, Hyde meets a Punk Chick who invites him to go with her to New York. When Eric learns of his plans, he tries to talk Hyde out of leaving. Elsewhere, Kelso looks to Red for help in making the perfect ping pong paddles, and Kitty helps Jackie with her home economics project.
When Red's mother dies unexpectedly when Eric drives her home one night, each member of the Forman family has to deal with their grief in their own way.
Kelso suggests that the gang goes skinny dipping and somebody steals their clothes. When Hyde suggests they go to his place since his mom skipped town, Eric tells him he should move in with his family. However, when he refuses, Eric tells his parents of Hyde's predicament and they scheme up a way to get him to move in.
Eric is annoyed when his parents seem to favor Hyde more than him, and sets about coercing Hyde to do destructive things. Meanwhile, Red's old war buddy, Bull (Mitch Pileggi), returns to Point Place. Red, jealous of Bull's success, reconsiders his life choices, but changes his mind after Bull and his wife (Arlene Pileggi) invite Red and Kitty to a swingers party.
Don Stark(Bob Pinciotti)
Kurtwood Smith(Red Forman)
Josh Meyers(Randy Pearson)
Mila Kunis(Jackie Beulah Burkhart)
Danny Masterson(Steven Hyde)
Debra Jo Rupp(Kitty Forman)
Laura Prepon(Donna Pinciotti)
Ashton Kutcher(Michael Kelso)
Lisa Robin Kelly(Laurie Forman)
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