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Coming home from the local fair, Kitty's engagement ring accidentally goes out the window. Red leaves the kids on the roadside to find it while he takes Kitty home. While looking for the ring, Donna and Randy try to spend some time apart from the others; Fez makes a new friend after going off on his own. Once back in the comforts of home, Kitty finds out the truth about her ring.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 276 votes.
Fez fantasizes about several musical numbers featuring himself and the rest of the gang while he gets ready for a school concert.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 340 votes.
Jackie meets the local star while at the salon with Fez: talk show host Christine St. George. Her new goal in life is to be Christine's co-anchor on "What's Up Wisconsin?", but breaking in to show business is harder than she thought it would be. She finally gets a job working with Christine, but it's not quite the job she wanted. Randy wants to take Donna away to a cabin, which makes her suspect his intentions; Red takes Hyde to his Lodge, and Hyde's intentions come under suspicion.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 270 votes.
Hyde's dad goes out of town and leaves Hyde with the responsibility of looking after his house while he's gone. The gang wants to have a party; the party gets a little out of control, and one of W.B.'s prized possessions is damaged. Kitty does some soul-searching and discovers the real reason behind her objections to Donna dating Randy.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 270 votes.
Jackie and Fez's love of The Village People inspires the rest of the gang to hold a "Disco Sucks" bonfire. While there, Fez meets a very friendly rocker chick, Donna meets some of Randy's ex-girlfriends, and Hyde meets the local law enforcement officer. Meanwhile, Red and Kitty meet their neighbors; Kitty's worried how Red will react to their lifestyle, but all that concerns Red is which football team they're cheering for.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 268 votes.
While working at the hair salon, Fez meets a friend of Kitty's who is interested in more than just having her hair styled. When Kitty discovers that Fez is dating her friend, things get personal. Jackie, at a loss for what gift to get for Donna, goes looking through her room, and instead of finding an idea, finds out about Donna's latest crush.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 286 votes.
Jackie has some problems with her new boss, Christine St. George, whose constant demands keep Jackie frustrated. In an attempt to win her over, Jackie brings some of Kitty's home-made brownies to work. Her plan is successful, until Jackie takes credit for the brownies herself on television, and then finds that she now has an angry Kitty to contend with. Leo develops a crush on a younger woman.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 268 votes.
Fez tries to impress a girl at the salon with his fantastic lifestyle, but Jackie sets things straight, blowing Fez's chances with the girl. He then sets out to create the life he dreams about with a little help from Isaac Hayes. Donna's relationship with Randy is taking off, and although she tries to keep it a secret, the gang finds out. Kitty gives Donna a box of old momentos of her relationship with Eric, which prompts her to have second thoughts about dating Randy.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 272 votes.
Jackie is stuck in the lurch when a guest suddenly cancels their appearance on "What's Up, Wisconsin?" She needs to find a replacement, or else lose her job; so she and Fez take the place of the missing guest, pretending to be a couple in love. Christine is so impressed that she takes Jackie out for drinks after work, and spills some personal secrets, then fires Jackie for knowing too much. Donna has her eye on a special someone to ask out for Valentine's Day, but gets turned down. Red introduces Hyde to his secret stash.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 276 votes.
Bob returns from his Florida vacation with some startling news for everyone; Donna and Randy discuss taking their relationship to the next level, but Donna's having second thoughts. Fez and Jackie also encounter some problems with their relationship, which quickly escalate into all-out war.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 270 votes.
Hyde finds out that his marriage to Samantha isn't quite what he thought it was when a man from her past shows up. Jackie makes a list of all the qualities that her dream-man should have and is surprised to find that he's been in front of her all along; Red decides to retire after an automotive shop opens nearby and takes away his customers.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 268 votes.
Fez and Jackie become suspicious when they notice that Donna is spending an awful lot of time with Randy. Their less than stellar detective skills lead to trouble, and they learn an important lesson. Red learns some things himself, and this leads to an increase in his respect for Leo.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 299 votes.
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.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 277 votes.
Jackie turns to Donna for help; she needs to know what to do about her feelings for Fez, and ends up going to a therapist for advice. When Jackie finds out that she only loves men who are not available to her, she's happy... until Fez becomes available, and Jackie finds herself still wanting him. Hyde tries to help Red accept his new role as a retired man by keeping him busy around the house.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 269 votes.
Even though Hyde insists that he doesn't want a bachelor party, the guys throw one for him anyway. Randy puts Fez in charge of creating a way to get Hyde to the party without him knowing what's going on; Fez's plan depends on Kelso, who gets side-tracked by the new girl at the ice cream store. Meanwhile, Jackie wants to have a girls' night with Donna and is shocked to find out that Donna has become friends with Sam.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 319 votes.
Red and Kitty are celebrating their 25th Wedding Anniversary, and this makes Kelso think that it's time for him to get married. He decides to propose, but before he can do this, he meets Vic, a businessman with a proposal of his own; one that Kelso can't say no to. And Donna is upset that Eric hasn't contacted her from Africa yet.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 310 votes.
Bored with hanging around in the basement all the time, the gang looks for some fun elsewhere; Randy takes them to a local burger place where they have a lot of problems with the manager. Seeking revenge for being treated badly, Randy steals the mascot for the restaurant, Fatso the Clown. This puts him in the gang's good books, until things go horribly wrong.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 292 votes.
Fez grows tired of dating girl after girl and realizes there is only one girl for him... crazy Caroline. Red returns home from the doctor with no problems, except for the fact that he's just spent two hundred dollars on heart pills that he no longer needs. So Red and Hyde decide to sell the pills to the guys at Red's Viking Lodge.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 273 votes.
WB sells Grooves, and after a celebratory circle, Hyde decides he needs a change of lifestyle. The gang is worried about Hyde's new outlook on life, but Hyde has yet another change of heart when WB announces that he's keeping the Point Place store. A friend of Fez's shows up to take him back home; the news that he might be leaving causes Jackie to realize that she has to make a move or lose him. Donna and Randy also come to an understanding in their relationship, while Red and Kitty show their house to prospective buyers.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 292 votes.
Eric is distraught after his break-up with Donna and wishes that they never kissed in the first place. As soon as he utters this wish, a guardian angel appears to teach Eric that it's better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. The angel takes Eric on a journey to the future -- the '80s -- to show him how everyone's lives would've turned out if he and Donna never got together. Eric remains unconvinced that the pain of his break-up was worth it, until the angel shows him all the wonderful memories he would have never had.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of That '70s Show from 416 votes.
Last updated: mar 01, 2021
One of the best comedy shows I've ever watched. Truly amazing.
This show is so amazing and funny. Just love it
Fantastic comedy. Very witty
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That '70s Show is simply hilarious, man!
Best damn comedy show ever. Still, there was no need for that last season, one ending episode after season 7 would have been better, but well... awesome show anyway.
Surprisingly, the first few seasons are still pretty hilarious, mainly because of Kitty in my opinion.
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