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.
Red's recuperation from a heart attack makes Eric feel guilty about leaving for college; and Jackie chooses between Hyde and Kelso.
Kelso tries to reunite Hyde and Jackie; Eric opts to put off college, so he and Donna say their last goodbyes...often.
Eric's 18th birthday comes on the last day before Donna leaves for college, and the first night Red can have sex after his heart attack.
A woman denies having had a one-time fling with Kelso; Kitty teaches Hyde the importance of lying in a relationship.
An immigration agent comes to investigate Fez and Laurie's marriage; Donna urges Kelso to take responsibility for his recent actions.
After Joanne fires Eric from the dog food factory, he asks Roy for a job as a waiter at the hotel. The problem? Impending father Kelso also wants the job. The job interview turns into a raucous (and dish shattering) competition between the two. Red orders Fez and Laurie to get a divorce. However, a succession of expensive wedding gifts change their minds. Meanwhile, Joanne has dumped Bob. To cheer him up, Donna and Jackie sent him an anonymous basket of fudge along with a romantic card.
After Jackie is fired from the cheerleading squad, she convinces the guys to accompany her at the high school Christmas dance to make her look cool. It works too well; the high school girls suddenly view Eric as a sophisticated grown up, now that he's graduated. Donna, stuck at the radio station, overhears the gossip from a caller and storms off to put a stop to the fun. Kelso sneaks off from the dance to be with Brooke at the library. After a few words, she kind of starts to like having him around. Meanwhile, Kitty gets grumpy Red a job as a department store Santa.
Kelso asks Hyde and Jackie to join his first date with Brooke; Eric lies about his activities to Donna; Fez chauffeurs Red to a doctor appointment.
It's Kelso's first day as a police cadet and he gets to drive around in a police cruiser with a real cop. His first stop is the Forman house to break up a domestic disturbance (Fez and Laurie are fighting over her sex life). The encounter leaves Fez burning mad, but he gets a chance for revenge when Kelso leaves the cruiser unattended. Meanwhile, Eric attempts to fix the water pipes and lawn mower in order to prove to Red that he's not a failure. And Jackie joins a Big Sister program at school.
Kelso plots to see his police-cadet file by breaking into the academy; Fez studies for a citizenship test to get his green card.
Brooke trusts Kelso to get her to a doctor's appointment; Red finds Bob's gift to him inappropriate; Jackie redecorates Hyde's room more in her style than his.
Kelso's co-cop cadet falls for him; Kitty fears a specialist will blame her for Red's stress.
Donna forgets to take a birth-control pill; Fez says goodbye to Kelso because of the incident with Suzy.
Donna and Eric see a pastor for premarital counseling; Kelso lies to Brooke about his grades at the police academy.
Jackie's mom looks to smooth things over after her fling in Mexico; Kelso is hesitant about continuing police training.
Jackie and Donna try to prove their gold-digging suspicions about Pamela, who prompts pulsing in Red's heart monitor.
Eric's response to celibacy is caught by Donna, and learned by all; Hyde and Fez visit "Mike" Kelso at the police academy.
Eric's pain at wedding-gift registration is eased by Red, who gets hooked on Kitty's romance novel.
Eric quickly regrets befriending an ingratiating nemesis Bob asks Pam to move in with him.
Red and Hyde accidentally see Pamela topless; Donna learns Eric dated while they were broken up.
Fez finds a new desire at a wedding where Donna escorts Mitch; Kitty teaches baby care to Brooke and Kelso.
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.
The bachelor and bachelorette parties occur, but not before Donna surprises Eric with a future plan that he fears she doesn't really want.
Brooke's mother clashes with Kelso; doubts plague the happy couple as the wedding day looms.
In the sixth-season finale, Donna's mom Midge returns to console her; Kitty finds a surprise in Hyde's medical history.
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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