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.
When Hyde and the Forman's meet Hyde's biological father William Barnett, they're in for a surprise at learning he's a black man. However, when William announces that he's a successful businessman, he shares his suspicions that their meeting was so Hyde can inherit all his money. Meanwhile, Eric tagging along to a feminist rally with Donna doesn't turn out as he expects, and Kelso anxiously awaits the birth of his child.
Frustrated at not being able to find a job that doesn't annoy him, Red decides to open his own Muffler Shop. Eric's attempt at petty vandalism backfires when he discovers he has a connection to the business he targeted. Meanwhile, Kelso has a new respect toward women following the birth of his daughter, and soon starts looking for a loophole in that respect when he wants to go back to his immature ways.
After Angie finds evidence that someone has been spending time overnight in the record store, she immediately accuses Hyde of the crime. However, not long after setting up a surveillance system to catch the guilty party in the act, they soon discover that Fez has been living there since his host family kicked him out of their house. Meanwhile, Kelso picks Hyde and Jackie to be Betsy's godparents, which causes a stunned Donna and Eric to find out why Kelso chose not select them for the job.
As Eric tries to whittle down what he'd like to do with his life, he takes Kitty's suggestion of becoming a Chiropractor to heart and goes to a seminar to see if he has what it takes. However, things go awry when attempting to give Donna an adjustment he accidentally hurts her neck so bad that she can't turn her head anymore. Kitty then gives Kelso and Fez some advice that will help with their living arrangements.
When Eric finally chooses what path he wants to take after graduating from high school – becoming a teacher – he soon discovers that an incomplete in P.E. might railroad his plans. When he goes back high school to complete summer school, Eric soon discovers that Casey Kelso is teaching the class and tries to find an easy way out of the class.
When Eric finds out that Red and Kitty spent his college funds on the muffler shop, he begins to panic on how he'll be able to pay for school. Donna then suggests that he go see their old high school guidance counselor on what he can do in order to get into college. However, that doesn't turn out as Donna and Kitty imagine: Eric decides to sign up to teach in Africa for a year in exchange for his education being paid for when he returns. Meanwhile, William returns to Point Place to tell Angie he plans to give her a promotion at work and move her to the main office in Milwaukee, ultimately causing her to break up with Kelso.
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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