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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Think Happy Days for The '90s and The Turn of the Millennium. Except this show is set in The '70s instead of The '50s.This show is about teenager Eric Forman and his friends and family living their lives in Point Place, Wisconsin through the years 1976 to 1979. Remarkably, despite only three years passing through the whole series' universe, it ran for eight seasons on Fox from 1998 to 2006, becoming the network's second-longest-running live-action sitcom after Married... with Children, as well as the final series from Carsey Werner to end its run (indeed, they haven't done anything since then).Part of the humor came from anachronisms playing off modern audiences, such as the amazing video game graphics of Pong. The show's recurring running gag was that the teens often went down to Eric's basement for a "circle." Probably the best drug use humor ever used on any TV show. Even though it was never (explicitly) stated what they were really doing down there, you can pretty much guess (the camera in the circle represented the "item" being passed around). The occasional lighter being flashed and/or puffs of smoke billowing in the background help too.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The show also employed other techniques such as scene transitions of the actors dancing in front of colorful backgrounds, split screens, scenes shown from a singular point of view (expressed through a handheld camera) and fantasy sequences.Partial Trope Namer for That Nostalgia Show.
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Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Red. He always defends Eric when strangers criticize him or their relationship. In turn Eric, despite constantly complaining to his close friends about Red, will always stand up for and defend his father against outsiders. Eric and Laurie constantly jump at the chance to deliver a low blow to one another, but when Red overreacts to the point that it makes Laurie cry, Eric stands steadily by her, additionally in one episode when Eric walks in on Red and Kitty having sex and is traumatized, Laurie finds out and comforts him.
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That Nostalgia Show
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That Nostalgia Show: That '70s Show deliberately plays on nostalgia for the 1970s, basing many of its plotlines on issues contemporary for the era.
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No Accounting for Taste
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No Accounting for Taste: The relationship between Jackie and Hyde.
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Adam Westing
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Adam Westing: Semi-regular Tommy Chong, essentially playing a Captain Ersatz of himself.
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Creator Cameo
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Creator Cameo: Series producer and writer Linda Wallem (aka Dr. Hutchison, and co-creator of Nurse Jackie) appeared a couple times, once as one of Kitty's hospital co-workers, another time as a celebrity partner in a a Pyramid takeoff Eric imagined.
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Likes Older Men
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Likes Older Men: In "Red and Stacey", Red Forman talks with a young cashier from Price Mart about being a good girl for his son Eric (as a way to cheer it up after his breakup with Donna), but she instead touches Red's leg with a naughty face implying she likes Red. Eric later realized about this when he decided to talk with this girl and she asked every time if Red would be in house too.
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Scenery Censor
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Scenery Censor: When Hyde makes Fez serve customers naked in the Foto Hut.
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Repeated Cue, Tardy Response
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Repeated Cue, Tardy Response: Donna tells Eric to hide in the woods so he can jump out at the end of a ghost story she is going to tell.
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Chaos Architecture
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Chaos Architecture: The Hub looked completely different in the pilot. When you look at it closely, the design of the basement set doesn't match up with the rest of the Forman house.
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Tempting Fate
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Tempting Fate: What was the last thing Eric said to his grandmother before she died?
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Relationship Upgrade
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Hyde and Jackie had this at first but it soon blossomed into a mutual understanding (albeit with a lot of bickering) that became a Relationship Upgrade.
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"Well Done, Son!" Guy: Eric and Red. Red once said that, as Eric's father, it was his job to make Eric a man, "which he's not." A female version of this trope occurs with Kitty both as a mother and as a daughter. Kitty has a very strained relationship with her daughter Laurie due to the fact that Laurie Really Gets Around and can't seem to do anything constructive with her life. Grandma Bea, Kitty's mother, also uses her razor-sharp Deadpan Snarker abilities to mercilessly insult Kitty and everything she tries to do. Kitty even cited the similarities between Laurie and Grandma Bea as proof that "evil skips a generation."
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Pro Wrestling Episode
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Pro Wrestling Episode: Red takes the gang to a wrestling match in "That Wrestling Show".
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Diet Episode
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Diet Episode: Red, after his heart attack, tries to sneak around his diet. After he gets busted, he says "This isn't food! This is what food eats!"
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Sibling Rivalry
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Sibling Rivalry: Eric and Laurie. It ends up spilling over to Hyde in "The Good Son" when both of them team up against him. Red and Kitty are just not good at loving one child equally.
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Comic-Book Time
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Comic-Book Time: The show starts in May 1976 and ends at the stroke of midnight on December 31st 1979, but lasted eight seasons. Despite taking place over 3.5 years, there are more Thanksgiving & Christmas episodes than the timeline would dictate, and several events are stated to have taken place over the course of a year within the same season, even though the show was still set in the same year as it was over a season ago. In Season 3, episode 4 is Halloween (October), episode 8 is Veteran's Day (November), episode 9 is Christmas (December) and 15 is Valentine's Day (February) but the license plate indicating the year remains as 1977 until episode 22. On top of this the characters age at a delayed rate until they graduate high school in season 5, but then seem to age at a normal rate over the remainder of the show - for example, Eric's 17th & 18th birthdays are in the first & sixth seasons, but Kelso's daughter is conceived, born & aged to a toddler during the show's 1979.
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The Chick
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The Chick: Jackie
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Above the Influence
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Above the Influence: Fez with Jackie when she gets drunk and hits on him.
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Sweater Girl
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Sweater Girl: When Midge left Bob, the boys lament over losing "her sweet uptown rack". Later in the same episode, after deciding they want to want to chase older women, Fez and Kelso decide that Kitty is hot and maybe they should buy her a sweater.
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Dad the Veteran
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Red: choleric (hard, bitter, cynic)
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Those Two Guys
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Those Two Guys: Hyde and Fez up until season five, where Hyde starts dating Jackie, and Kelso starts hanging out with Fez.
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HotForTeacher
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Hot for Teacher: In one Thanksgiving episode, it's revealed that Kelso has been sleeping with Eric's math teacher.
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Heterosexual Life-Partners
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Heterosexual Life-Partners: Kelso and Fez. Most of the time. Eric & Hyde and sometimes Donna & Jackie.
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Breaking the Fourth Wall
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Breaking the Fourth Wall: An interesting case occurred in the Halloween episode "Too Old to Trick and Treat, Too Young to Die", where after Kelso made a comment that was actually the main idea of the episode (namely being in an Alfred Hitchcock movie without knowing), a musical sting played, where with each beat that played, we cut to a closeup of each member of the gang staring at the camera.note Actually, they turn their head to the camera in time with the dramatic music. In "Water Tower", after Eric tells Laurie that the reason he was acting weird was because he saw Red and Kitty have sex, the camera zooms in on Laurie's shocked face looking to said camera before she hugs Eric in comfort.
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The Friends Who Never Hang
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An interesting variant occurs with Jackie, who wasn't really part of the group at first and was only tolerated by the others because she was Kelso's girlfriend. It was only after Hyde started burning her, Fez started worshiping her, Donna became closer friends with her, and Eric realized that she pissed Laurie off (even though he never became friends with her, see The Friends Who Never Hang above) that she became a full part of the circle.
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Home-Early Surprise
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Home-Early Surprise: Happens a few times: Once in a very early episode in which Eric goes to Donna's house in the middle of the night while her parents are away to find that they've come home early. Again when Donna and Eric take advantage of having the house to themselves, when all of the other characters come home almost immediately, much earlier than anticipated. Also when Eric has "borrowed" his dad's car and relaxes, glad that he has so much time to clean up - but he learns that he only has forty minutes.
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Hidden Heart of Gold
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Hidden Heart of Gold: Red's mother. She's well-known for all the negative things she's done like insulting Kitty and her condescending attitude but she was also very nice to Fez and seemed rather fond of Eric, offering to have him live with her since he looked so thin. When she died, we also found out that she kept Red's model trains even when he thought she had thrown them out, she made a small blueberry pie for him when she made peach pie (he doesn't like peaches), and she was also the first person to call him Red.
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Aborted Arc
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Aborted Arc: After Tommy Chong went to prison, Bobcat Goldthwait appeared as Leo's cousin, implying he was going to be his replacement. He never appeared again. The episode "A New Hope" featured plot points that were apparently meant to continue into a subsequent episode, most glaringly David Milbank and his attempts to court Donna. But for whatever reason, the writers didn't follow up on it, and David was never seen or mentioned again. Attempts to give Eric a Catchphrase (Yes, yes!) petered out early in the first season. The storyline with Fez and Laurie's marriage has never been concluded. Fez was still married the last time it was mentioned.
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Ironic Echo
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Ironic Echo: Starting at the end of "Reefer Madness" and continuing throughout "Red Sees Red", Red uses some variation of the phrase "Playtime is over" when he announces further restrictions on the house. Then at the end of the episode when Kitty forces him to lift all of his rules, Eric says "Well... I guess 'playtime is over'".
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TheUnReveal
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The Un-Reveal: Every time Fez is asked where he comes from, he always answers with a joke or a sarcastic remark. Fez's real name has also never been revealed, as instead of saying it, people either call Fez something else or stop and ask how the name is pronounced. When Fez's friend from his country comes to visit he never calls Fez by any name.
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Generation Xerox
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Generation Xerox: It's not hard to see where Eric's attributes and personality stems from. Red even lampshades it in one episode when Eric beats up a Green Bay Packers fan at a football game, claiming Eric's got the "Forman rage in him". Also, Grandma Bea and Laurie. Evil does skip a generation. Donna, much like her mother, winds up dating a guy nowhere near as attractive as her.
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Verbal Tic
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Verbal Tic: Leo ends most of his sentences with the word "man".
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Special Guest
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Special Guest: The show had many guest stars who used to act in 1970s sitcoms, such as Marion Ross and Tom Bosley from Happy Days, Betty White, Valerie Harper, Gavin MacLeod and Mary Tyler Moore from The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Don Knotts and Richard Kline from Three's Company, Tom Poston and Jack Riley from The Bob Newhart Show, Danny Bonaduce and Shirley Jones from The Partridge Family and Eve Plumb, Barry Williams and Christopher Knight from The Brady Bunch. Several musicians who were famous in the '70s also appeared such as Alice Cooper, Ted Nugent, Gloria Gaynor, Charo and Roger Daltrey (from The Who). Younger celebrities, like Dwayne Johnson/The Rock (playing his own father, Ricky Johnson), Seth Green, fellow Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Eliza Dushku and Lindsay Lohan also guest starred. There are also a few instances where people known more for their voice acting have guest starred. Nick Bakay (Norbert and Salem) was a truck driver who helped Kelso reach Jackie's ski cabin, Grey DeLisle (Mandy and Sam) played an English teacher that Fez lusted for at the prom, and Tom Kenny shows up as a constantly put-down dog mascot at the theme park the gang goes to. The legendary Dan Castellaneta (Homer Simpson) as well did a turn as the INS agent tasked with checking up on the legitimacy of Fez and Laurie's marriage.
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Bitch in Sheep's Clothing
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Donna's tendency to be a Bitch in Sheep's Clothing has been downplayed, and some of her previously unseen flaws have surfaced, such as having Bob's levels of bad taste.
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Language Fluency Denial: Fez tries to use this excuse when the gang are busted by the Mounties when trying to cross the border with Canadian beer.
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Camp Straight: Fez
 That '70s Show / int_27c09b00
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That '70s Show / int_27c09b00
 That '70s Show / int_280333d4
type
Hollywood Heart Attack
 That '70s Show / int_280333d4
comment
Hollywood Heart Attack: Averted when Red gets one. Instead of dramatically gasping and clutching his chest, he just feels numbness in one arm (causing Kelso to deduce he's having an arm attack) and seems a bit winded.
 That '70s Show / int_280333d4
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That '70s Show / int_280333d4
 That '70s Show / int_2937826d
type
Hurricane of Puns
 That '70s Show / int_2937826d
comment
Hurricane of Puns: Eric and Fez in one episode about how Kelso nailed Hyde's sister.
 That '70s Show / int_2937826d
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1.0
 That '70s Show / int_2937826d
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1.0
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That '70s Show / int_2937826d
 That '70s Show / int_297170d3
type
Halloween Episode
 That '70s Show / int_297170d3
comment
A Halloween Episode was made up of stringing together the plotlines of Alfred Hitchcock's most famous films. Eric is plagued with vertigo after seeing Fez fall off the roof when he was hanging off it. Donna then puts on an outfit reminiscent of Madeleine and falls off a water tower, mimicking the ending of Vertigo. Fez breaks his leg from said fall, and is confined to Eric's bedroom for the rest of the day, watching the Pinciotti's house in a manner similar to Rear Window. Kitty goes to a neighbor's house to take care of some birds, which get loose and reenact scenes from The Birds. Kelso is attacked by a plane just like in North By Northwest and then gets attacked by Laurie in the shower as in Psycho. He also makes reference to "cases of mistaken identity", a common theme in Hitchcock film.
 That '70s Show / int_297170d3
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1.0
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1.0
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That '70s Show / int_297170d3
 That '70s Show / int_297ab1b9
type
Parental Abandonment
 That '70s Show / int_297ab1b9
comment
Parental Abandonment: Hyde's mother abandons him at the end of season one, and the Formans take him in. In season five, Jackie's father is imprisoned, and her mother leaves, so she moves in with Donna for a while. Fez's host parents kick him out when they realize he actually graduated a year ago.
 That '70s Show / int_297ab1b9
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1.0
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That '70s Show / int_297ab1b9
 That '70s Show / int_2a090d00
type
Lampshade Hanging
 That '70s Show / int_2a090d00
comment
Everyone has moments of this, but Hyde and Laurie take it to an art form. (Hyde will also occasionally lampshade his jerkass nature.) Jackie is also a shameless bitch, though she stumbles somewhat pulling this off against Hyde.
 That '70s Show / int_2a090d00
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That '70s Show / int_2a090d00
 That '70s Show / int_2a0db0e2
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Starwars
 That '70s Show / int_2a0db0e2
comment
In the episode A New Hope, in which the gang see the first Star Wars film, Kelso correctly guesses that Leia will end up with Han rather than Luke, a prediction that Hyde immediately shoots down.
 That '70s Show / int_2a0db0e2
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That '70s Show / int_2a0db0e2
 That '70s Show / int_2a321a1f
type
A Date with Rosie Palms
 That '70s Show / int_2a321a1f
comment
A Date with Rosie Palms: Fez, very frequently. Also the focus of an episode when Donna walks in on Eric doing it at her house, after seeing a photo of Jackie's mom.
 That '70s Show / int_2a321a1f
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That '70s Show / int_2a321a1f
 That '70s Show / int_2af0c0df
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TheBrainlessBeauty
 That '70s Show / int_2af0c0df
comment
The Brainless Beauty: Jackie, Kelso, Midge Pinciotti, Samantha Hyde. Pam Macy, too.
 That '70s Show / int_2af0c0df
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1.0
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That '70s Show / int_2af0c0df
 That '70s Show / int_2b5ea43c
type
Bland-Name Product
 That '70s Show / int_2b5ea43c
comment
Bland-Name Product: "Sheer Heart Attack" features graham crackers from the "Kubler Dwarves" (a parody of the Keebler Elves). In another episode, Eric reveals that his mom buys "Twonkies." Which is more of a Brand X product, since he does mention Twinkies several times in that episode.
 That '70s Show / int_2b5ea43c
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That '70s Show / int_2b5ea43c
 That '70s Show / int_2cf282ea
type
She Is All Grown Up
 That '70s Show / int_2cf282ea
comment
She Is All Grown Up: Gender flipped—the one who's all grown up is Kelso's brother Casey, and Donna goes ga-ga for him for no reason apparent to the viewer. Also done with Eric's cousin, Penny, in "Eric's Hot Cousin".
 That '70s Show / int_2cf282ea
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That '70s Show / int_2cf282ea
 That '70s Show / int_2d56138a
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Like a God to Me
 That '70s Show / int_2d56138a
comment
Like a God to Me: When the (false) revelation that Eric slept with Midge hits, everyone is shocked and Kelso yells, "Eric! You are a god!" He and Fez then bow down to him.
 That '70s Show / int_2d56138a
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That '70s Show / int_2d56138a
 That '70s Show / int_2e206837
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Bed Trick
 That '70s Show / int_2e206837
comment
Bed Trick: Fez tries multiple times in one episode to arrange for himself to be switched with Hyde or Kelso in a dark room so he can sleep with Jackie or Angie, respectively. Which is, you know, rape.
 That '70s Show / int_2e206837
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That '70s Show / int_2e206837
 That '70s Show / int_2f62653b
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Borrowed Catchphrase
 That '70s Show / int_2f62653b
comment
Borrowed Catchphrase: Kitty uses Red's "dumbass" catchphrase a couple of times.
 That '70s Show / int_2f62653b
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That '70s Show / int_2f62653b
 That '70s Show / int_311bcac6
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Beard of Sorrow
 That '70s Show / int_311bcac6
comment
Beard of Sorrow: Eric grows a small one after he and Donna break up.
 That '70s Show / int_311bcac6
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That '70s Show / int_311bcac6
 That '70s Show / int_31578d72
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Hates Everyone Equally
 That '70s Show / int_31578d72
comment
Red might qualify; he practically hates people:
 That '70s Show / int_31578d72
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That '70s Show / int_31578d72
 That '70s Show / int_315a122
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Hospital Hottie
 That '70s Show / int_315a122
comment
Hospital Hottie : The nursing convention in Season 5, where Hyde picks up a nurse.
 That '70s Show / int_315a122
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That '70s Show / int_315a122
 That '70s Show / int_317629db
type
Embarrassing Nickname
 That '70s Show / int_317629db
comment
Embarrassing Nickname: Eric received a lot of these including; Foreplay, Foreskin, Zitty Stardust, Dr. Pee Pee, the list goes on. Kelso has Big Chief Brown Bottom and Tater Nuts. As kids, Donna was called Pinch-My-Butty (started by Eric, so she started Foreskin for him). Also known as Big Red, and sometimes Jugs-A-Poppin'. In S8, we find out the gang called her "Poop-chute Sally" for a long time after she ripped the back of her pants. Jackie called Hyde her Little Puddin' Pop, which he of course claims is not him.
 That '70s Show / int_317629db
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That '70s Show / int_317629db
 That '70s Show / int_31c87ac
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I Call Him
 That '70s Show / int_31c87ac
comment
I Call Him "Mister Happy":
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That '70s Show / int_31c87ac
 That '70s Show / int_3297cfbb
type
Evolving Credits
 That '70s Show / int_3297cfbb
comment
Evolving Credits: the opening credits have been completely reshot four times, and reedited four times as well: Between season 1 and 2, the entire sequence has been reshot to mark the addition of Lisa Robin Kelly to the main cast, and also include the adults. Halfway through season 3, the title sequence is replaced once again by an entirely new one, shot without Laurie, since Lisa Robin Kelly had left the show. In certain markets, an edited version of the previous title sequence is used instead, with shots with Laurie either digitally edited to remove her or completely replaced. The opening sequence has been completely reshot once again between season 3 and 4, Tanya Roberts has been removed from the main cast, and replaced with Tommy Chong. Between season 4 and 5, the sequence has been slightly edited to replace the only shot with Tommy Chong, who no longer was in the main cast. For the final season, the opening credits have been reshot once again, and now take place in the "circle" and not in the Vista Cruiser. Topher Grace and Ashton Kutcher were removed and Tommy Chong was added back in. The sequence has been reedited twice during the season: once to include new cast member Josh Meyers, and once to update Kitty's hairstyle.
 That '70s Show / int_3297cfbb
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That '70s Show / int_3297cfbb
 That '70s Show / int_336dd15f
type
Seven Dirty Words
 That '70s Show / int_336dd15f
comment
After listening to George Carlin's Seven Dirty Words album, Eric decides to create a system for using the words in public by numbering them. Unfortunately, only about half of what he says makes sense when taking the original order of Carlin’s list into account.
 That '70s Show / int_336dd15f
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That '70s Show / int_336dd15f
 That '70s Show / int_33d5c59d
type
Relationship Revolving Door
 That '70s Show / int_33d5c59d
comment
The on-again, off-again relationship between Kelso and Jackie has been broken up for good, Jackie started dating Hyde, which jump started her Character Development and, to a lesser extent, his.
 That '70s Show / int_33d5c59d
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That '70s Show / int_33d5c59d
 That '70s Show / int_35499a79
type
Title-Only Opening
 That '70s Show / int_35499a79
comment
Title-Only Opening: Subverted. In most episodes, a Title-Only Opening appears in the beginning of the episode, followed by the teaser, then followed by another Title Sequence with everything but the show's title. Though on some occasions, the second Title Sequence is absent and the trope is played straight.
 That '70s Show / int_35499a79
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That '70s Show / int_35499a79
 That '70s Show / int_35a858b3
type
Cluster F-Bomb
 That '70s Show / int_35a858b3
comment
Cluster F-Bomb: Red after he decides to let Hyde stay at his house. Fez also has quite the potty mouth, if we consider all of his "son of a bitch" moments. Especially his rant when he's about to be deported. Kitty dropped one on Red when he encouraged Eric and Donna to move away.
 That '70s Show / int_35a858b3
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That '70s Show / int_35a858b3
 That '70s Show / int_35b241c0
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping
 That '70s Show / int_35b241c0
comment
Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: While convincing Red to take Hyde back in the season 3 premiere, Leo (played by Canadian actor Tommy Chong) pronounces "out" in a decidedly Canadian manner.
 That '70s Show / int_35b241c0
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That '70s Show / int_35b241c0
 That '70s Show / int_35e5a546
type
Digital Head Swap
 That '70s Show / int_35e5a546
comment
Digital Head Swap: Done in the scene where after getting high, the gang sees Kitty's and Red's heads on each other's bodies.
 That '70s Show / int_35e5a546
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That '70s Show / int_35e5a546
 That '70s Show / int_36135fb0
type
Official Couple
 That '70s Show / int_36135fb0
comment
Official Couple: Eric/Donna, Red/Kitty and in season 8, Fez/Jackie.
 That '70s Show / int_36135fb0
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That '70s Show / int_36135fb0
 That '70s Show / int_3618ebb9
type
The '60s
 That '70s Show / int_3618ebb9
comment
The '60s: Inevitable, since the action is set in a somewhat backward Midwestern town that's a little behind the times. In particular, the rampant marijuana use and fascination with psychedelia (which were clearly being eclipsed by cocaine and the disco aesthetic in hipper parts of America by 1976). Red Forman's "working-class suburbanite" attitude is also a lot more '60s than it is '70s.
 That '70s Show / int_3618ebb9
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That '70s Show / int_3618ebb9
 That '70s Show / int_37499c8
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OnceAnEpisode
 That '70s Show / int_37499c8
comment
Once an Episode: Red threatening to put his foot up someone's ass. Not to mention "The Circle".
 That '70s Show / int_37499c8
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That '70s Show / int_37499c8
 That '70s Show / int_38d02d44
type
Batman Gambit
 That '70s Show / int_38d02d44
comment
Batman Gambit: Red tells Eric not to take the car out of town for the sole purpose of getting Eric to take the car out of town. Initially subverted in that Red's warning did not cause Eric to take the car out of town, he was planning to do it anyway and Red's warning almost caused him not to. Ultimately played straight because Red's purpose was to have an evening alone with Kitty, thanks to his plan the kids didn't call him for help when the car broke down.
 That '70s Show / int_38d02d44
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That '70s Show / int_38d02d44
 That '70s Show / int_392372f9
type
Actor Allusion
 That '70s Show / int_392372f9
comment
Actor Allusion: Billy Dee Williams, known for playing Lando Calrissian in the original Star Wars Trilogy, guest starred in an episode as a preacher offering marriage advice to Donna and Eric. His character is just as obsessed with Star Wars as Eric. Dwayne Johnson was cast as his father, Rocky Johnson, in a wrestling-themed episode. His last line, to Red, was that one day he hopes his son will become "the most electrifying man in sports entertainment." Red answers, "Yeah, good luck with that."
 That '70s Show / int_392372f9
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That '70s Show / int_392372f9
 That '70s Show / int_3946634e
type
The Smart Guy
 That '70s Show / int_3946634e
comment
The Smart Guy: Donna
 That '70s Show / int_3946634e
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 That '70s Show / int_3946634e
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 That '70s Show
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That '70s Show / int_3946634e
 That '70s Show / int_3a88a563
type
Vocal Dissonance
 That '70s Show / int_3a88a563
comment
Vocal Dissonance: In the musical episode, all the characters sound like themselves while singing, except for Donna and Jackie, who, in a case of Special Effects Failure as well, sound totally different.
 That '70s Show / int_3a88a563
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That '70s Show / int_3a88a563
 That '70s Show / int_3b113b7
type
Character Development
 That '70s Show / int_3b113b7
comment
Character Development: Although nearly everyone goes through gradual character development over the period of the series, the most notable was Jackie when she started dating Hyde. The latter part of season six until the beginning of season eight turned out to be this for Kelso, as it showed his development as an expectant father (season six), taking care of a newborn child (season seven), and finding and getting the opportunity to work near and live with his new family (season eight). Hyde has a crush on Donna, making him the third of the love triangle the creators were writing at the time. This went nowhere, and in later seasons, Hyde doesn't even act like he sees Donna as anything more than one of the guys.
 That '70s Show / int_3b113b7
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That '70s Show / int_3b113b7
 That '70s Show / int_3bbecc8b
type
Hell-Bent for Leather
 That '70s Show / int_3bbecc8b
comment
Hell-Bent for Leather: In one episode Kelso gets a leather jacket because he wants to look like Brando in The Wild One. Instead everybody laughs at him for looking like Fonzie. When he throws it away in anger Hyde puts it on and immediately becomes irresistible.
 That '70s Show / int_3bbecc8b
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That '70s Show / int_3bbecc8b
 That '70s Show / int_3c0a4666
type
Noodle Incident
 That '70s Show / int_3c0a4666
comment
Noodle Incident: Fez never does get around to telling that story of how he came to be naked in the basement; although he is quite eager to relate it, the others are determined to keep cutting him off. And then there was what happened when someone finally asked Red about his threats to put his foot up various peoples' asses. In "Fun It", it wasn't the first time Bob got into a fight with a ceramic clown.
 That '70s Show / int_3c0a4666
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That '70s Show / int_3c0a4666
 That '70s Show / int_3cb287ce
type
Bad Date
 That '70s Show / int_3cb287ce
comment
Bad Date: Donna's first date with Eric is ruined by unexpected alcohol and an unexpected profession of love... from someone else.
 That '70s Show / int_3cb287ce
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 That '70s Show / int_3cb287ce
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That '70s Show / int_3cb287ce
 That '70s Show / int_3f11ef74
type
Parental Substitute
 That '70s Show / int_3f11ef74
comment
Parental Substitute: Kitty mothers the teenagers as if they were her own children, and tries to help them with their problems, even going so far as to adopt Hyde after his mother abandons him. Red also ends up getting involved on more than one occasion, much to his displeasure. Kitty mothers Jackie around when her dad is jailed and her mom is abroad. She also seems to view Red as a substitute father figure, given how often she's hugged him when she's feeling stressed.
 That '70s Show / int_3f11ef74
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That '70s Show / int_3f11ef74
 That '70s Show / int_3f1aadeb
type
Strictly Formula
 That '70s Show / int_3f1aadeb
comment
Strictly Formula: An awful lot of episodes featured Eric pissing off Donna (by saying or doing something), her rejecting him, both talking to their respective friends and family about it, and then Donna forgiving Eric and one of them apologizing.
 That '70s Show / int_3f1aadeb
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That '70s Show / int_3f1aadeb
 That '70s Show / int_3f238526
type
No Smoking
 That '70s Show / int_3f238526
comment
No Smoking: We never see anyone actually smoke marijuana, although we do sometimes see a smoky room and it is very strongly implied. Subverted when smoking cigarettes is prevalent during the earlier seasons, especially with Kitty. There were a few hints that Hyde might be a smoker: he had no trouble smoking Donna's cigarette in season two, and put a cigarette butt in the beer Samantha was about to drink in season eight. Then there was the time that Kitty closed her eyes and demanded a cigarette when she was trying to quit smoking. An arm of one of the kids comes into frame with a cigarette. We didn't see the person who handed it to her, but Hyde was wearing denim and the arm had a denim sleeve. After she was handed the cigarette, all five members of the group present at the time pulled out lighters to light it. When Red punished Eric by making him smoke a pack of cigarettes, he apparently did it offscreen.
 That '70s Show / int_3f238526
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That '70s Show / int_3f238526
 That '70s Show / int_400b9d22
type
Sunglasses at Night
 That '70s Show / int_400b9d22
comment
Sunglasses at Night: Hyde is very rarely seen without his.
 That '70s Show / int_400b9d22
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 That '70s Show / int_400b9d22
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That '70s Show / int_400b9d22
 That '70s Show / int_4023b8c8
type
First-Name Basis
 That '70s Show / int_4023b8c8
comment
First-Name Basis: Jackie and Kitty both call everyone by their first name (except Fez of course), regardless of their preference. Jackie only calls Hyde Steven after she becomes interested in him and she only calls Kelso by his last name once, when they are broken up. Hyde calls all the guys in the group by their last name (except Fez...maybe) but still occasionally calls Eric "Eric". Kelso, on the other hand, calls Eric by his first name most of the time, despite he and Hyde being called by their last names exclusively by almost everyone. Hyde called Red "Mr. Forman" in the first season, but once he moves in, he starts calling him Red.
 That '70s Show / int_4023b8c8
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That '70s Show / int_4023b8c8
 That '70s Show / int_40bb59d0
type
Blatant Lies
 That '70s Show / int_40bb59d0
comment
In an early episode, Kitty falls for one of Lauries Blatant Lies and her innocent façade when she claims to need money for gas and tells Red to give her even more. In later episodes Kitty is really suspicious and doesn‘t trust Laurie at all because she knows her true colors and wouldn‘t fall for that trick. Her dislike of her own daughter hasn‘t been established yet.
 That '70s Show / int_40bb59d0
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Final Season Casting
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Final Season Casting: Randy instead of Eric and Kelso. Samantha to very obviously to add more sex appeal.
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Sound-Effect Bleep
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Sound-Effect Bleep: Twice on the season eight episode "Fun It", with Randy using an actual clown horn ("Find me a really trashy clown hooker with long legs and a pair of double D [honk honk]" and "Well, kids, looks like you're really in some deep [honk honk]") while imitating the Fatso Burger clown.
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Funny Foreigner
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Funny Foreigner: Fez. Even the characters aren't sure what country he's from, though Wild Mass Guessing favors Trinidad and/or Tobago. It seems to be a completely made-up location, at one point he mentions it has a population of around fourteen and a message in a bottle is the most reliable way to get a message home. And everyone on the other side of the island is white and speaks with a horrible fake English accent. And people are outnumbered by lizards - Played for laughs, but actually very common in smaller countries (with lizard habitats, of course). People tend to forget that animals other than themselves can be quite numerous.
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Dropped a Bridge on Him
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Dropped a Bridge on Him: Charlie, Eric's grandfather Burt
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Sensitive Guy and Manly Man
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Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Eric and Fez are the Sensitive Guys to Hyde and Kelso's Manly Men.
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Tagalong Kid
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Tagalong Kid: Fez
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Drive-In Theater
 That '70s Show / int_45ce1de7
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Drive-In Theater: The focus of "Drive-In".
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Pair the Dumb Ones
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Pair the Dumb Ones: In early seasons there's the couple of Kelso and Jackie, both being ditzy, shallow, and obsessed with their physical appearance. Invoked by Hyde when Kelso hooks up with Eric's slutty sister Laurie. Donna's parents are not very bright, being a Bumbling Dad and a Brainless Beauty.
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In-Universe
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Done In-Universe in one of the episodes after Eric and Donna break up, the gang goes to Funland where Hyde picks up a t-shirt emblazoned with Fun University. On the back, it says F U.
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Hyde, for all his Jerkass tendencies he is shown to actually care about his friends when they need him and has a sweet spot in his heart for Kitty and Jackie, who can guilt him by crying. Even before they dated or were really even friends, he appeared to have at least a bit of a soft spot for Jackie, or at least a protective streak regarding her. He heard one of her boyfriends bad-mouthing her behind her back, and, without a moment's hesitation, punched the guy so hard he fell onto the table behind him and broke it. As abrasive and foul-mouthed as he is, Red truly does love his family, even Eric. William, Hyde's real dad also counts as this. He routinely seems to be giving something to Hyde, only to pull it back and ask him to do something (such as show him his Clapton tickets and then ask Hyde to house-sit). He also accuses Hyde of gold-digging within minutes of meeting, and crows frequently about being rich. He also fires Hyde and the other Grooves employees via a letter (which also counts as Artistic License – Law since they should have severance pay, among other procedures). Then he gives Hyde the record store.
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Characterization Marches On
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Characterization Marches On: Eric turns into a Star Wars fan who is a huge geek about it; and the other characters easily get tired of his habit of constantly making irrelevant references to the movies. However, an early episode has the characters watching Star Wars: A New Hope, and all of them like it, with no hint that Eric is especially enthralled by it; if anything, Kelso is the one who is too obsessed with it. Hyde, Donna, or Jackie show no sign that they feel it's a Guilty Pleasure or that "only a geek would like it" (certainly their stance in the later episodes, when making fun of Eric). Red's attitude, however, is consistent, with no need for any Retcon at all; he has only scorn for Star Wars in both the early episode and the later seasons. In an early episode, Red, who supported Nixon, was shown to have criticized Ford for pardoning Nixon. Then again, some Nixon supporters criticized Ford because they wanted to see Nixon exonerated and a innocent man shouldn't need a pardon. Red wasn't as much of a jerk, Eric was far less of a Deadpan Snarker and more a put-upon, everyman, This Loser Is You kinda guy. This didn't really change that much, but he did start developing real flaws beyond a lack of assertiveness later on. Fez, of all people, calls Kelso "stupid" after listening to a tape they made of themselves talking while high. In later seasons, it would be Hyde, or even Eric, and Fez would jump to his defense. Fez's original character was that of a Funny Foreigner who misunderstood American culture. He didn't develop his constant desire to do it and love of candy for quite a while. When she hits menopause in Season 5 onward, Kitty, of all people, becomes a lot bitchier. Remember when Kitty was just a regular housewife and occasional Straight Man to the others, instead of an alcoholic who was obsessed with her son to a creepy degree? In an early episode, Kitty falls for one of Lauries Blatant Lies and her innocent façade when she claims to need money for gas and tells Red to give her even more. In later episodes Kitty is really suspicious and doesn‘t trust Laurie at all because she knows her true colors and wouldn‘t fall for that trick. Her dislike of her own daughter hasn‘t been established yet.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Fez
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Written-In Absence
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Written-In Absence: When the Formans and the Pinciottis first met, both Laurie and Midge were absent. While there was no explanation for Laurie's absence, Bob did mention that Midge got her finger stuck in something.
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Scenery Gorn
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Scenery Gorn: That basement...though it grows on you after a while. Probably the most famous sitcom basement ever.
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Oh Wait, This Is My Grocery List
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Oh Wait, This Is My Grocery List
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I'll Take Two Beers Too
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I'll Take Two Beers Too: In one episode:
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Advertised Extra
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Advertised Extra: After having been bumped to regular in season four, Tommy Chong as Leo actually started appearing less than he did as a recurring guest in seasons two and three. Averted in season eight when he helped fill the void left by Eric and Kelso leaving.
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Taking the Heat
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Taking the Heat: Hyde does this for Jackie after she's caught with a bag of pot. He spends the night in jail and is almost kicked out of the Formans house until Donna tells Kitty and Red what happened. Kitty thinks it was a noble gesture while Red chews Hyde out for risking his entire future over something he didn't even do.
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Getting Crap Past the Radar
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Getting Crap Past the Radar: The suggestions about the kids getting high in "the circle". For the first few seasons, the show couldn't name any drugs. There is one episode with the parents in the circle (without the younger cast). They were also all high in that episode. The producers have said that the camera pans around the circle should be thought of as focusing on a cast member just moments after they have passed "something" on, the camera having just missed the exchange. There was one episode where Eric, at the beginning of a circle scene, said, "Mm-hmm, thissa good pot." Then he holds up cards and we see that everyone's playing poker. In one episode Kitty apparently finds a bag of Eric's weed and obliviously asks why he has a bag of oregano. In The Wrestling Show, Hyde wears a T-shirt that clearly says "Cannabis Sativa" on it, and has a marijuana leaf below it. The T-shirt reappears in Hyde Moves In, this time worn by Eric. Similarly, Leo often wears an upside-down marijuana leaf necklace, especially in season four. In the episode Eric's Naughty No-no, the guys see an X-rated movie, which makes Eric think he needs to start using new "moves" when having sex with Donna. Later in the episode, when Eric and Donna are about to have sex, the camera pans up to one of Eric's G.I. Joe figures with its hand in a very suggestive position. Off-screen, Donna cries out in shock and disgust. Naughty no-no indeed... Donna's fantasy in season one about the washing machine with an unbalanced load. Done In-Universe in one of the episodes after Eric and Donna break up, the gang goes to Funland where Hyde picks up a t-shirt emblazoned with Fun University. On the back, it says F U. During "Over the Hills and Far Away" (Season Five), Hyde threatens Fez. When Donna's gym socks are stolen from her locker and Kelso advises her she's not going to want them back.
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One Head Taller
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One Head Taller: Kelso and Jackie. Gender Flipped by Eric and Donna, who are a Huge Girl Scrawny Guy duo (though they are the same height). And also by Fez and Big Rhonda. Donna and Jackie. Almost all their scenes were staged with them sitting to work around this.
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Third Line, Some Waiting
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Third Line, Some Waiting: Most episodes have two storylines about the teenagers and one about the adults.
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Girl Next Door
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Girl Next Door: Donna.
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Signs of Disrepair
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Signs of Disrepair: "Neighbours complaining about your loud muff###?"
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Throw It In!
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Actually, according to several behind the scenes videos, this show is built on corpsing. Roughly 75% of the laughing fits you see on this show were cases of Throw It In! corpsing right from the very first episode, when the first Circle segment ended with Kutcher, Danny and Topher falling down laughing after Hyde's first "car the runs on water" story.
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Stock Sitcom Grand Finale
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Stock Sitcom Grand Finale: The empty basement, as the characters count down the last seconds of 1979 upstairs.
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Their First Time
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Their First Time: While all of the main cast have a first time, Eric and Donna's is perhaps the most recognizable to use in this trope (it's subverted).
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Wham Line
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Wham Line: Kelso spends "The Acid Queen" insisting he and Brooke slept together, but she denies it, so the others think he's lying or confused. When she later admits it did happen, Kelso gloats to the others until she explains why she just admitted it.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: In the pilot, Kitty and Red are having a party with a whole houseful of friends. In every other episode, they don't seem to have any friends but Bob and Midge, which explains why they put up with their craziness. Also Eric, Hyde, and Kelso all refer to each other by their first names, although that could be because the writers wanted to establish them. The circle in the pilot had a rare aerial view of the proceedings, and the background wasn't dark and smoky, but more out-of-focus than anything. Jackie's parents, Fez's host parents, and Kelso's father all appeared at least once during the earlier episodes before disappearing while the rest of the series focuses on the Forman's and the Pinciotti's. Also, Donna had a sister sometime during the first season who was never seen again. The bumpers we're all familiar with weren't there at first. Instead we got green-and-black flowers doing things, or photos of famous people manipulated to say stuff; the more familiar bumpers began to appear about midway through the first season. The Hub set in the pilot was a lot more elaborate than it would be in future episodes. Most of the regular sets also looked different in the first season, with slightly different decor and lighting (such as the kitchen seats being a mesh design with cushions).
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Kavorka Man
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Kavorka Man: Bob. As◊seen◊here◊.
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Huge Guy, Tiny Girl
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Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Kelso and Jackie.
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Convenience Store Gift Shopping
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Convenience Store Gift Shopping: "Kitty's Birthday". After Red and Eric forget Kitty's birthday, they give her presents including a map of Wisconsin.
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Smug Snake
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Smug Snake: Laurie
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The Big Guy
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The Big Guy: Kelso
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Disproportionate Retribution
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Disproportionate Retribution: When Eric accidentally kills Donna's cat, he tries hard to say it in a way that wouldn't hurt her. Donna gets incredibly pissed with him and rebuffs every attempt he makes to try to make her feel better from attending the cat's funeral to giving her another kitten. It takes Jackie to tell her how incredibly childish she's being, especially when she tries comparing her hurt feelings to Jackie's who was rightfully upset about catching Kelso and Laurie.
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Book-Ends
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In no less than four segments in the circle, Hyde mentions a car that runs on water, man. The first and last episodes of the series are among these.
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"Last Supper" Steal: In an early episode of That '70s Show, after Eric agrees to streak at a political rally with his friends, he informs the rest of the group that nobody can find out since "If my father finds out what we're planned, he will nail me to the wall," at which point a heavenly glow seems to hit the table and everyone is frozen in the poses from The Last Supper with Eric as Christ.
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Jumping the Shark
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Jumping the Shark: Done literally in-universe. In one episode, Fez daydreams about how cool it would make him if he jumped over a shark like Fonzie before Hyde reminds him it was arguably the worst moment in TV history.invoked
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It's a Wonderful Plot
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It's a Wonderful Plot: In a episode actually titled "It's a Wonderful Life", has Eric down in the dumps about his and Donna's breakup and wishing they had never been together. An angel (Wayne Knight [Newman on Seinfeld and Igor on Toonsylvania]) shows Eric what his and everyone else's life would be like if he and Donna had never started dating, and it sucks bad. However, in a subversion, Eric still thinks it's worse that he had her and lost her, though he does eventually agree when the angel shows him a flashback of all the wonderful moments he never would have had.
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Mistaken for Gay
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Mistaken for Gay: Eric. Buddy tried taking it a step further. In "Gimme Shelter" has this happen with Kelso and Fez. They're looking for an apartment and find a great one only to discover the landlord is Fenton, an enemy of Fez, who refuses them a lease. As they're leaving Kelso comments that they'll have to find some place to live with the baby, referring to his with Brooke, however, Fenton misinterprets this and lets them move in since he can't turn away two men raising a baby.
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Driving a Desk
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If you look closely in any of the Driving a Desk scenes, sometimes modern cars are seen in the background. This is also present in the theme song.
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 That '70s Show / int_56725578
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_56725578
 That '70s Show / int_56f083a1
type
Likes Older Women
 That '70s Show / int_56f083a1
comment
Likes Older Women: When Kelso and Fez go to the grocery store to try and pick up an older woman for Fez, they grab one woman's butt while she's bending over in the produce section. The woman turns out to be Kitty, who takes the boys home and warns them about the cougars that prowl that store. As she's leaving, she turns around and thanks them for the compliment, which she says made her day.
 That '70s Show / int_56f083a1
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_56f083a1
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_56f083a1
 That '70s Show / int_5860c090
type
Sitcom Arch-Nemesis
 That '70s Show / int_5860c090
comment
Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Fenton, to Fez. Also Laurie, to Jackie. Hyde and Jackie had this at first but it soon blossomed into a mutual understanding (albeit with a lot of bickering) that became a Relationship Upgrade.
 That '70s Show / int_5860c090
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5860c090
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1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5860c090
 That '70s Show / int_58626d87
type
Genius Ditz
 That '70s Show / int_58626d87
comment
Genius Ditz: Kelso comes across as this occasionally.
 That '70s Show / int_58626d87
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_58626d87
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_58626d87
 That '70s Show / int_5941d75
type
Beta Couple
 That '70s Show / int_5941d75
comment
Beta Couple: Jackie and either Kelso or Hyde, to Donna and Eric Inverted: Jackie/Kelso is a much less stable relationship, Jackie/Hyde are a mismatched couple which results in many troubles. Kelso attempts to invoke this with Eric & Donna when he drags them to his Cabin trip so he can mimic their behaviors in his ill-fated "master plan" to win Jackie back.
 That '70s Show / int_5941d75
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5941d75
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5941d75
 That '70s Show / int_598ad6e2
type
Even the Guys Want Him
 That '70s Show / int_598ad6e2
comment
Even the Guys Want Him: See above.
 That '70s Show / int_598ad6e2
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_598ad6e2
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_598ad6e2
 That '70s Show / int_5a1819b7
type
PantyShot
 That '70s Show / int_5a1819b7
comment
Panty Shot: Eric accidentally pulls Donna's pants down during a game of basketball, and it turns out she's wearing "granny panties", for which the rest of the group teases her mercilessly. In "Eric's Birthday", Eric's sister Laurie is doing her laundry putting her jeans in a washing machine when Eric and his friends find her just wearing a red T-shirt and white undies, which she flashes Eric and his friends to prove that she, in fact, is wearing some. Kelso takes this as her seducing him.
 That '70s Show / int_5a1819b7
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5a1819b7
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5a1819b7
 That '70s Show / int_5abe5b74
type
Everybody Must Get Stoned
 That '70s Show / int_5abe5b74
comment
Everybody Must Get Stoned: Happens once, when Red and Kitty accidentally eat some brownies laced with marijuana.
 That '70s Show / int_5abe5b74
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5abe5b74
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5abe5b74
 That '70s Show / int_5addd374
type
Your Makeup Is Running
 That '70s Show / int_5addd374
comment
Your Makeup Is Running: In one episode Jackie puts some makeup on Kelso, telling him it'll make him look better. Eventually it gets out of hand. When he meets up with the guys later, it's revealed that he's forgotten to remove all of it, and he's informed that his mascara is running.
 That '70s Show / int_5addd374
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5addd374
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5addd374
 That '70s Show / int_5c554458
type
Dumb Jock
 That '70s Show / int_5c554458
comment
Then there was the time Eric chewed out two jocks who complained that the beer keg at Eric's party had a broken tap...which was broken because they had broken it a few minutes ago.
 That '70s Show / int_5c554458
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5c554458
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5c554458
 That '70s Show / int_5d88876d
type
Chocolate Baby
 That '70s Show / int_5d88876d
comment
Chocolate Baby: After Hyde meets his real father, William Barnett, who's black, Hyde mentions his mother must have been pretty relieved when he came out white.
 That '70s Show / int_5d88876d
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5d88876d
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5d88876d
 That '70s Show / int_5dcb9d92
type
Less Embarrassing Term
 That '70s Show / int_5dcb9d92
comment
Less Embarrassing Term: Eric has a collection of G.I. Joe and Star Wars toys. He calls them "action figures", everybody else calls them "dolls".
 That '70s Show / int_5dcb9d92
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5dcb9d92
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1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5dcb9d92
 That '70s Show / int_5e965a73
type
Nice, Mean, and In-Between
 That '70s Show / int_5e965a73
comment
Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Eric and Fez are nice, Jackie and Hyde are mean, and Kelso and Donna are in-between.
 That '70s Show / int_5e965a73
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5e965a73
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5e965a73
 That '70s Show / int_5f54a67b
type
Enter Stage Window
 That '70s Show / int_5f54a67b
comment
Enter Stage Window
 That '70s Show / int_5f54a67b
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_5f54a67b
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_5f54a67b
 That '70s Show / int_60547993
type
I Want My Beloved to Be Happy
 That '70s Show / int_60547993
comment
One develops between Kelso/Jackie/Hyde. Kelso eventually pulls a I Want My Beloved to Be Happy.
 That '70s Show / int_60547993
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_60547993
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_60547993
 That '70s Show / int_60af5e4
type
Stupidest Thing I've Ever Heard
 That '70s Show / int_60af5e4
comment
Stupidest Thing I've Ever Heard: Jackie says this when Kelso justifies his cheating on her as a reaction to her constantly insulting his intelligence. Kelso realizes she's just insulted him yet again, tells her he isn't sorry for cheating on her, and dumps her himself.
 That '70s Show / int_60af5e4
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_60af5e4
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_60af5e4
 That '70s Show / int_60b21fa3
type
The Lancer
 That '70s Show / int_60b21fa3
comment
The Lancer: Hyde
 That '70s Show / int_60b21fa3
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_60b21fa3
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_60b21fa3
 That '70s Show / int_6159beb1
type
It Tastes Like Feet
 That '70s Show / int_6159beb1
comment
It Tastes Like Feet:
 That '70s Show / int_6159beb1
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6159beb1
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6159beb1
 That '70s Show / int_62518d4a
type
Sorry Ociffer
 That '70s Show / int_62518d4a
comment
Sorry Ociffer: Almost word-for-word.
 That '70s Show / int_62518d4a
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_62518d4a
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_62518d4a
 That '70s Show / int_629de9ad
type
'70s Hair
 That '70s Show / int_629de9ad
comment
'70s Hair: Naturally. Especially Kelso's feathered 'do and Hyde's and Bob's frizzy afros.
 That '70s Show / int_629de9ad
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_629de9ad
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_629de9ad
 That '70s Show / int_62dda1bc
type
GenderFlipped
 That '70s Show / int_62dda1bc
comment
Gender Flipped by Eric and Donna, who are a Huge Girl Scrawny Guy duo (though they are the same height).
 That '70s Show / int_62dda1bc
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_62dda1bc
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_62dda1bc
 That '70s Show / int_634d7074
type
Work Info Title
 That '70s Show / int_634d7074
comment
Work Info Title
 That '70s Show / int_634d7074
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_634d7074
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_634d7074
 That '70s Show / int_6375f746
type
Drill Sergeant Nasty
 That '70s Show / int_6375f746
comment
Drill Sergeant Nasty: Red has this reputation; to the point that when the guys were mistakenly arrested for stealing Kelso's grandmother's car, one of the arresting officers asks Eric if he's Red Forman's kid, before being told "You poor bastard!" after confirming it.
 That '70s Show / int_6375f746
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6375f746
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6375f746
 That '70s Show / int_639aa0cd
type
Did You Just Have Sex?
 That '70s Show / int_639aa0cd
comment
Did You Just Have Sex?: After Donna and Eric have sex for the first time, Jackie immediately notices and points that out. It helps that there's visual aid for the audience, with the words "I had sex" labeled on Donna's forehead and "Guilty" on Eric's.
 That '70s Show / int_639aa0cd
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_639aa0cd
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_639aa0cd
 That '70s Show / int_63be4131
type
Pretty Boy
 That '70s Show / int_63be4131
comment
Pretty Boy: Kelso is better described as "pretty" than "handsome". Lampshaded by Kelso himself.
 That '70s Show / int_63be4131
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_63be4131
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_63be4131
 That '70s Show / int_64e975cf
type
Manly Tears
 That '70s Show / int_64e975cf
comment
Manly Tears: When Eric presents him with a ticket to a Green Bay Packers game, Red immediately begins trembling with happiness. He then runs out of the room as he starts to cry the joyful version of this trope.
 That '70s Show / int_64e975cf
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_64e975cf
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_64e975cf
 That '70s Show / int_657f77e4
type
Caught with Your Pants Down
 That '70s Show / int_657f77e4
comment
Caught with Your Pants Down: Played straight for an entire episode with Eric...until:
 That '70s Show / int_657f77e4
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_657f77e4
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_657f77e4
 That '70s Show / int_65bc92fc
type
Four-Temperament Ensemble
 That '70s Show / int_65bc92fc
comment
Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Forman Family: Kitty: sanguine (cheerful, smothering, too talkative) Red: choleric (hard, bitter, cynic) Laurie: melancholic (desperate, moody, self-destructive lifestyle) Eric: phlegmatic (submissive, cowardly, lazy)
 That '70s Show / int_65bc92fc
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_65bc92fc
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_65bc92fc
 That '70s Show / int_66b98472
type
Erotic Dream
 That '70s Show / int_66b98472
comment
Erotic Dream: Every major character has one. To crank it Up to Eleven on the hilarity meter: Kelso immediately displays a What an Idiot! moment by somehow thinking that it makes him (not Fez) gay.
 That '70s Show / int_66b98472
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_66b98472
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_66b98472
 That '70s Show / int_67fe4b8e
type
Ship Sinking
 That '70s Show / int_67fe4b8e
comment
Ship Sinking: Jackie/Kelso after season 5.
 That '70s Show / int_67fe4b8e
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_67fe4b8e
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_67fe4b8e
 That '70s Show / int_6941e30b
type
Room Full of Crazy
 That '70s Show / int_6941e30b
comment
Room Full of Crazy: Never seen, but apparently Fez's girlfriend Caroline had one of these for him.
 That '70s Show / int_6941e30b
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6941e30b
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6941e30b
 That '70s Show / int_698dcc45
type
Huddle Shot
 That '70s Show / int_698dcc45
comment
Huddle Shot: Some of the wipes.
 That '70s Show / int_698dcc45
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_698dcc45
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_698dcc45
 That '70s Show / int_69e77917
type
Bucket Booby-Trap
 That '70s Show / int_69e77917
comment
When he ended up covered in oatmeal after Eric's Bucket Booby-Trap backfired, Red was initially ready to go nuclear on Eric. However, when he learns that Eric was trying to get back at Kelso, instead of punishing Eric Red decides to show him how to do a prank right. On another occasion, when Eric stole the Corvette to go on a date with a hot blonde cheerleader, Red lets him off with a very stern warning to "stay away from that girl."
 That '70s Show / int_69e77917
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_69e77917
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_69e77917
 That '70s Show / int_6b35bdff
type
Serious Business
 That '70s Show / int_6b35bdff
comment
Serious Business: Delivering newspapers apparently. In the kid's own words, "I'm a very serious paper boy". He made good on that too, to the point of chasing Kelso down with a remote control plane to get his $2.50 "Plus a fifty cent tip, 'cause I'm GOOD!"
 That '70s Show / int_6b35bdff
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6b35bdff
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6b35bdff
 That '70s Show / int_6db06839
type
The Stoner
 That '70s Show / int_6db06839
comment
The Stoner: Leo is by far the most prominent example. All the main kid characters are as well.
 That '70s Show / int_6db06839
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6db06839
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6db06839
 That '70s Show / int_6de438eb
type
The Everyman
 That '70s Show / int_6de438eb
comment
Eric: phlegmatic (submissive, cowardly, lazy)
 That '70s Show / int_6de438eb
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6de438eb
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6de438eb
 That '70s Show / int_6ec4232f
type
Casting Gag
 That '70s Show / int_6ec4232f
comment
Casting Gag: A Running Gag on the show was casting actors from popular shows from The '70s either as one-off roles or minor, recurring characters. A few examples: Season One had Eve Plumb (The Brady Bunch) as Jackie's (first) mom; Danny Bonaduce (The Partridge Family) as Eric's fast-food boss; Marion Ross (Happy Days) as Red's cantankerous mother Season Two featured Midge's bridesmaids (all former Bond girls, as was Tanya Roberts); Season Three had Robert Hays, a TV staple and the star of Airplane! (and relating to Fox, the voice of Iron Man in the 90s Marvel cartoons, including some that aired on Fox Kids); in Season Four, Jackie had a dream wherein she visited "The Wizard," played by Pamela Sue Martin. Martin is known as Nancy Drew on The Nancy Drew Mysteries and Jackie is a big fan of Nancy Drew.
 That '70s Show / int_6ec4232f
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6ec4232f
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6ec4232f
 That '70s Show / int_6eeba1f2
type
 That '70s Show / int_6eeba1f2
comment
"Shut Up" Kiss: Donna is fond of giving these to Eric.
 That '70s Show / int_6eeba1f2
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6eeba1f2
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6eeba1f2
 That '70s Show / int_6ef9d3fe
type
Christmas Episode
 That '70s Show / int_6ef9d3fe
comment
Christmas Episode: A few of them, including one with a Christmas remix of the theme tune.
 That '70s Show / int_6ef9d3fe
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6ef9d3fe
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6ef9d3fe
 That '70s Show / int_6f19054d
type
Coming-Out Story
 That '70s Show / int_6f19054d
comment
Coming-Out Story: Subverted; Red accepts the sexuality of his neighbors, but despises them for being Minnesota Vikings fans.
 That '70s Show / int_6f19054d
featureApplicability
-0.3
 That '70s Show / int_6f19054d
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6f19054d
 That '70s Show / int_6fba77ef
type
Moon-Landing Hoax
 That '70s Show / int_6fba77ef
comment
Moon-Landing Hoax: In the episode "Can't You Hear Me Knocking": Kelso accidentally threatens the president and the gang start to believe that everything is the Feds coming to arrest them. Even a car parking outside the house.
 That '70s Show / int_6fba77ef
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6fba77ef
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6fba77ef
 That '70s Show / int_6fed1be4
type
Raw Eggs Make You Stronger
 That '70s Show / int_6fed1be4
comment
Raw Eggs Make You Stronger: Subverted and Played for Laughs. Kelso attempts to impress Jackie by working out and during a conversation with her announces that he's going to drink a cup of raw eggs. She tries to say something and he rudely stops her, drinking the eggs anyway. When he's done, she reminds him that he's allergic to eggs.
 That '70s Show / int_6fed1be4
featureApplicability
-0.3
 That '70s Show / int_6fed1be4
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6fed1be4
 That '70s Show / int_6ff7c60e
type
Queer People Are Funny
 That '70s Show / int_6ff7c60e
comment
Queer People Are Funny: Fez's mortal enemy, Fenton.
 That '70s Show / int_6ff7c60e
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_6ff7c60e
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_6ff7c60e
 That '70s Show / int_70ade2c4
type
Culture Clash
 That '70s Show / int_70ade2c4
comment
Culture Clash: From wherever Fez is.
 That '70s Show / int_70ade2c4
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_70ade2c4
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_70ade2c4
 That '70s Show / int_70bdac19
type
Honest John's Dealership
 That '70s Show / int_70bdac19
comment
Honest John's Dealership: Bob Pinciotti's electronics outlet, as suggested by the following:
 That '70s Show / int_70bdac19
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_70bdac19
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_70bdac19
 That '70s Show / int_71038217
type
Wrench Wench
 That '70s Show / int_71038217
comment
Wrench Wench: In the episode "Career Day", Jackie shows unexpected skill in fixing cars, earning Red's respect.
 That '70s Show / int_71038217
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_71038217
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_71038217
 That '70s Show / int_71541463
type
Meadow Run
 That '70s Show / int_71541463
comment
Meadow Run: Somewhat subverted. In "Going to California", Eric and Donna run across a beach in slow-motion, but stop short of hugging and stand at arm's length to talk. Then Kelso totally ruins the moment by tackling Donna to the ground, claiming that he "won" the foot race.
 That '70s Show / int_71541463
featureApplicability
-0.3
 That '70s Show / int_71541463
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_71541463
 That '70s Show / int_720e28a4
type
Bread, Eggs, Breaded Eggs
 That '70s Show / int_720e28a4
comment
Bread, Eggs, Breaded Eggs: From "Laurie and the Professor": Another one from Kitty in "The Good Son". In "Take It Or Leave It". In "A New Hope", Eric receives fighting tips from Red and Bob. During the credits scene in "Hyde Moves In", the gang is watching Fez making his goddess tattoo dance by shaking his hips:
 That '70s Show / int_720e28a4
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_720e28a4
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_720e28a4
 That '70s Show / int_722b3319
type
Camp Gay
 That '70s Show / int_722b3319
comment
Camp Gay: Fenton, the jewelry (later department store, then Fez and Kelso's landlord) salesman. He attempts to make the jewelry look more 'appealing' by wearing it to show how it looks. Eric asks if used the same sales technique while he worked at the lingerie boutique. He doesn't deny it.
 That '70s Show / int_722b3319
featureApplicability
1.0
 That '70s Show / int_722b3319
featureConfidence
1.0
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That '70s Show / int_722b3319
 That '70s Show / int_728298ef
type
Vandalism Backfire
 That '70s Show / int_728298ef
comment
Vandalism Backfire: After Jackie breaks up with him, Kelso tries writing a song to win her back. Eventually, he annoys Eric into taking his guitar and smashing it.
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Eloquent in My Native Tongue
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Eloquent in My Native Tongue:
 That '70s Show / int_72a6bff0
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Naked First Impression
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Naked First Impression: Fez saw Donna for the first time when he and Hyde walked in on her changing her clothes. Prompting Kelso to repeatedly try to catch her in the buff. He never did, but his persistence caused Donna to Throw the Dog a Bone and flash him on purpose so he'd leave her alone (which seems weird if you remember that the gang went skinny-dipping in season 1).
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What an Idiot!
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Kelso immediately displays a What an Idiot! moment by somehow thinking that it makes him (not Fez) gay.
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Embarrassing Cover-Up
 That '70s Show / int_746569a5
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Embarrassing Cover Up: Eric tries to hide the fact that he was reading Donna's journal by claiming to have been going through her underwear drawer and rubbing her underwear against his face.
 That '70s Show / int_746569a5
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Put on a Bus
 That '70s Show / int_754df088
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Despite problems often prone to tear them apart (such as Eric and Donna breaking up, or Jackie and Hyde breaking up), Eric and his friends pretty much always stay together. Even as Eric left for Africa
 That '70s Show / int_754df088
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The Cuckoolander Was Right
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The Cuckoolander Was Right: While he was usually The Brainless Beauty played straight, Kelso occasionally made predictions about the future which turned out to be correct. In the episode A New Hope, in which the gang see the first Star Wars film, Kelso correctly guesses that Leia will end up with Han rather than Luke, a prediction that Hyde immediately shoots down. In the episode The Punk Chick, Kelso and Red modify a Pong game system to make the paddles smaller, thinking the game is too easy. Red at one point tells him he's about to remove the "doohicky", to which Kelso replies "Don't you think we should disconnect the transistor from the secondary circuit board first?" Upon successfully modifying the system (which wouldn't have been possible in reality), Kelso excitedly predicts that "home computers" are the future. Red dismisses this as nothing more than Kelso being his usual Cloud Cuckoo Lander self.
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 That '70s Show / int_767caf1f
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Multiple Demographic Appeal
 That '70s Show / int_767caf1f
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Multiple Demographic Appeal: The show was expected to fare well with teens and young adults (i.e. those around the same age as the cast), and it did, but the makers were surprised following the pilot at how popular it was among middle-aged adults (i.e. those who'd been teens/young adults during the time-frame of the show).
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 That '70s Show / int_786bf97f
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Real Life Writes the Plot
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Real Life Writes the Plot: Lisa Robin Kelly was fired from the show in season 3 due to her drinking and substance abuse problems, Laurie having left for beauty school. She was replaced in season 6 after returning the previous year for the same reason. Tanya Roberts left after season 3 to care for her terminally ill husband (this is also why her return in seasons 6 and 7 did not stick) . In-universe, Midge left Bob. Donna dyed her hair blonde, because Laura Prepon did so for a film role. Tommy Chong (Leo) was absent for two and a half seasons because of a prison sentence. Eric leaves at the end of season seven and Kelso leaves at the beginning of season eight because Topher Grace and Ashton Kutcher were going to be shooting Spider-Man 3 and The Guardian respectively at the same time season eight would have been in production. Hence the introduction of Josh Meyers' Randy and Jud Tylor's Samantha to try to fill the void.
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Nixon Mask
 That '70s Show / int_7870e183
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Nixon Mask: Played straight in one episode when the guys decide to streak during a presidential campaign stop in town, with Eric wearing said Nixon Mask.
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Gretzky Has the Ball
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Gretzky Has the Ball: Deliberately invoked when Eric says the first time he strapped on a pair of skates was like "the first time Joe Namath laid his hands on a bat."
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Auto Erotica
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Auto Erotica: This show has it all over the place, but in particular with Red's Corvette (which it should be mentioned is not, in fact, a red Corvette).
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Fair for Its Day
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Additionally, Eric's supposed girliness. Most of the remarks on this seem to be based on his lack of athleticism. His personality is more akin to a geek or a nerd, which is usually considered to be at least gender-neutral if not more masculine. Possibly a case of Fair for Its Day as far as the 1970s setting is considered, as "nerd culture" was not remotely as widely accepted as it is now.
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Right Way/Wrong Way Pair
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Right Way/Wrong Way Pair: One strange '50s-style fantasy sequence had "Doofus and Diligent" (Kelso and Eric, respectively) working at a fast food restaurant. The segment was an Imagine Spot by Jackie’s dad, using minimal character exaggeration, to show why Eric got the job and Kelso didn’t. Jackie's dad intentionally (and rightly) framed her boyfriend Kelso as "Doofus". Eric, with the threat of his dad's foot up his ass, was of course "Diligent".
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All Guys Want Cheerleaders
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All Guys Want Cheerleaders: Inverted with Hyde, who, among other reasons, doesn't want to date Jackie because she's a cheerleader, thus a "square", opposed to him. However, after they get together, she once does a dance for him in her uniform.
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Distinction Without a Difference
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Distinction Without a Difference: In "Parents Find Out", Fez calls Hyde and Kelso shallow for not wanting to meet their secret dates because they look old. Kelso responds with: "I'm not shallow, I'm just judging them by their looks!"
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Armor-Piercing Question
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Armor-Piercing Question: After Red throws away Midge's chocolates in the episode, The Relapse, Red gives one of these to Bob in regards to Midge because Bob was in serious need of a wake-up call; Bob refused to accept that Midge left and she would never come back.
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Hot Librarian
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Hot Librarian: Brooke.
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THeUnfavorite
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The Unfavorite: Subverted in that Eric is this to Red, while Laurie is this to Kitty. Overlaps with Double Standard as it is frequently shown that Red is hard on Eric because he cares. Being a product of his time, Red would probably believe that it would be important to teach his son self-sufficiency while his daughter would eventually be taken care of by her husband. As the series progresses Red becomes increasingly less tolerant of Laurie's ungrateful mooching behavior, but he never tries to teach her how to become a productive member of society, he just enjoys her prolonged absences. Once when she returned Red reacted by saying "We gotta start locking that door."
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Dying Declaration of Love
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Dying Declaration of Love: According to Red, this is one of three times it is okay for a man to tell another man he loves him. Otherwise, it's just a given. note  The other two are when they're drunk, or if one of them is in big, big trouble. Which usually means he's drunk.
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Knight in Shining Armor
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Knight in Shining Armor: Jackie views Hyde literally as one after he sticks up for her, much to his displeasure. The audience sees Hyde as Jackie sees him in an Imagine Spot, even as he repeatedly insists that he's not that kind of guy.
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Tsundere
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Tsundere: Jackie's a Type A, specifically in the first few seasons. Also Fez's girlfriend and co-worker Nina.
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I Didn't Mean to Turn You On
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I Didn't Mean to Turn You On: Kitty actually pulls this on herself, as she tries to criticize Red for teaching Eric to fight, and recalling the time Red beat up a guy who tried to put the moves on Kitty when they were first dating, only to describe how good Red looked doing it. She and Red then race each other to their bedroom.
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Where Did We Go Wrong?
 That '70s Show / int_7f7be47a
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Where Did We Go Wrong?: Mostly Red's attitude toward Eric but even Kitty seems to question him at times. Kitty also tends to feel this way about Laurie in general.
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Trial Balloon Question
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Trial Balloon Question: Eric (secretly) asks Donna to marry him at one point, and Eric asks Bob what he would do if they were engaged. Bob's answer was less than favourable, so they decide to keep the secret.
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 That '70s Show / int_8042e814
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Actually Pretty Funny
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Actually Pretty Funny: When Eric tells Red that his (Red's) mother died immediately after Eric told her "I don't think being nice for a whole day would kill you," there's a beat where Red looks at Eric with his usual stern demeanour, before he bursts into laughter. After Kitty tells them that Midge left Bob, Eric cracks a joke about how maybe she just got lost in the backyard instead, which Red laughs at. When Fez starts giggling at the word "penal" (after hearing Michael talk about the penal code), Jackie and Hyde try to explain to him that it doesn't mean what he thinks it means, and that he is being immature... and in the process start laughing at the word themselves. A bit of a Running Gag with Kelso; he always appreciates a good burn, even when he himself is the target.
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Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking
 That '70s Show / int_808cbaeb
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Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Also:
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Informed Deformity
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Informed Deformity: In season 8, Fez would sometimes call Jackie a "midget" despite her being only slightly shorter that him.
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Star Wars (Franchise)
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Eric turns into a Star Wars fan who is a huge geek about it; and the other characters easily get tired of his habit of constantly making irrelevant references to the movies. However, an early episode has the characters watching Star Wars: A New Hope, and all of them like it, with no hint that Eric is especially enthralled by it; if anything, Kelso is the one who is too obsessed with it. Hyde, Donna, or Jackie show no sign that they feel it's a Guilty Pleasure or that "only a geek would like it" (certainly their stance in the later episodes, when making fun of Eric). Red's attitude, however, is consistent, with no need for any Retcon at all; he has only scorn for Star Wars in both the early episode and the later seasons.
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May the Farce Be with You
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May the Farce Be with You: Being that the show takes place in the late '70s, Star Wars spoofs and references abound.
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Present-Day Past
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Present-Day Past: The show was very good about the costumes and hair, but people didn't add "bitch" at the end of sentences back then, or call each other "whore", "dumbass" or "porky mouth", or shout "BURN!". Sometimes items from The '80s appear in scenes. Examples include the Super Speak and Spell and the Intellivision II. Whenever Eric's Star Wars toys were shown, they were rarely the original ones from the Seventies, but rather the contemporary ones from The '90s and the Turn of the Millennium. Oddly enough, Boba Fett is mentioned in an episode which would appear to be an example of this, but he was actually introduced in 1978 in the infamous The Star Wars Holiday Special. If you look closely in any of the Driving a Desk scenes, sometimes modern cars are seen in the background. This is also present in the theme song.
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Has Two Mommies
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In "Gimme Shelter" has this happen with Kelso and Fez. They're looking for an apartment and find a great one only to discover the landlord is Fenton, an enemy of Fez, who refuses them a lease. As they're leaving Kelso comments that they'll have to find some place to live with the baby, referring to his with Brooke, however, Fenton misinterprets this and lets them move in since he can't turn away two men raising a baby.
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Artistic License – Law
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William, Hyde's real dad also counts as this. He routinely seems to be giving something to Hyde, only to pull it back and ask him to do something (such as show him his Clapton tickets and then ask Hyde to house-sit). He also accuses Hyde of gold-digging within minutes of meeting, and crows frequently about being rich. He also fires Hyde and the other Grooves employees via a letter (which also counts as Artistic License – Law since they should have severance pay, among other procedures). Then he gives Hyde the record store.
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Straight Man
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Remember when Kitty was just a regular housewife and occasional Straight Man to the others, instead of an alcoholic who was obsessed with her son to a creepy degree?
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Right for the Wrong Reasons
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Right for the Wrong Reasons: After Eric walked in on Red and Kitty having sex, his subsequent change in behavior led them to believe he was getting high, which of course he was, but that had nothing to do with it.
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Where the Hell Is Springfield?
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Where The Hell Is Point Place?: Point Place was never given a specific location within the state of Wisconsin—sometimes it was stated they were in the "Greater Kenosha Area", sometimes they were close to Green Bay (especially when Red, Eric and the gang went to a Packers game), sometimes they were closer to Milwaukee. Chicago was also referenced a few times (it's where Kelso moved to in the final season), so that doesn't really help anything. The old Fox website said it was set in the fictional "Greater Oshkosh Area" (supported by a line of dialogue Kelso has in the early episode "Date Night"), and Bonnie Turner based it off a section of Toledo, Ohio (where she grew up) called Point Place.
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In Love with Your Carnage
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In Love with Your Carnage: In "Cat Fight", Fez admits to being turned on by Jackie kicking Laurie's ass in a fight.
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World of Snark
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World of Snark: It's hard to find characters who don't fit the pattern. Eric snarks. Donna snarks (especially at Jackie). Hyde does almost nothing but snark. Eventually Fez snarks a lot too. Laurie snarks. Red snarks. Kitty slips her snarks in almost under the radar. Jackie and Kelso, on the other hand, don't seem to grasp sarcasm.
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Badass Beard
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Badass Beard: Hyde gets one in Season 5.
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Unnecessary Makeover
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Unnecessary Makeover: In-Universe, Donna and Jackie give one to Big Rhonda in "Red And Stacey", in time for Rhonda's date with Fez. Fez doesn't like it.
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Nerd Nanny
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Nerd Nanny: Donna and/or Jackie for Eric, Kelso, and Fez.
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Brainy Brunette
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Brainy Brunette: Brooke, the Hot Librarian. Inverted by Jackie.
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Spell My Name with an
 That '70s Show / int_89a17726
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Spell My Name with an "S": "Fez" is an acronym for "Foreign Exchange Student", so it should be spelled with an "s". At least in fandom, the Formans' name is occasionally spelled with an "e" in the middle.
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Cool Car
 That '70s Show / int_8a295a46
comment
Cool Car: Being a show set in the 1970s, there's a lot of them. Eric's 1969 Vista Cruiser. Sometimes The Alleged Car because it breaks down often in the series. Hyde gets an El Camino in the middle of the series and Eric is a little jealous of it. Red's Corvette. Kelso thinks his old van is cool but his friends aren't too impressed. Jackie thought it was disgusting. Later Kelso's van is replaced with a Volkswagon Microbus which is much nicer than his old one. The van is replaced by an MG Midget later in the series after the VW gets destroyed. Jackie is occasionally seen driving a Lincoln Town Car.
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Wild Teen Party
 That '70s Show / int_8af45dbd
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Wild Teen Party: "'Burning Down The House." When Kelso invites Hyde and Fez over to Jackie's house for a party, the party quickly becomes one of these.
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 That '70s Show / int_8c681acc
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Third-Person Person
 That '70s Show / int_8c681acc
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Third-Person Person: Fez occasionally refers to himself in the third person.
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 That '70s Show / int_8cbd311b
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Good Angel, Bad Angel
 That '70s Show / int_8cbd311b
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Good Angel, Bad Angel: Instead of the usual Angel and Devil, though, Fez imagines Batman and the Riddler when he's tempted to take advantage of Jackie when she's drunk.
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Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl
 That '70s Show / int_8d4799d1
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Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Red and Kitty. Hyde and Jackie are a variation.
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 That '70s Show / int_8e4a0f15
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Dumb Blonde
 That '70s Show / int_8e4a0f15
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Dumb Blonde: Laurie, Samantha Hyde, Annette, Midge, Pam Macy
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Overly Long Name
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Overly Long Name: Fez' real name and home country; taken to the point of a Running Gag. When Fez does say his real name but is drowned out by the bell, in real life he was reciting all the actors on the series' names.
 That '70s Show / int_8f900ccd
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Cry Cute
 That '70s Show / int_8fc2e9e8
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Cry Cute: Jackie, surprisingly. When she's genuinely upset about something, the others actually make an effort to comfort her in their own way. Yes, even Hyde and Red by way of being caught in her clingy hugs...and this was before Hyde and Jackie got a Relationship Upgrade.
 That '70s Show / int_8fc2e9e8
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 That '70s Show / int_8ff8d545
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Kissing Cousins
 That '70s Show / int_8ff8d545
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Kissing Cousins: In "Eric's Hot Cousin", Eric meets his cousin, Penny, after several years, and she is now all grown up, leaving Eric trying to fight off incestuous feelings. When she reveals she's adopted and propositions him, he is about to happily give in before she reveals it was a prank she pulled in revenge to one he pulled on her when they were kids.
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Laser-Guided Karma
 That '70s Show / int_90e31482
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Laser-Guided Karma: Kelso cheated on Jackie with Laurie, only to later on learn that Laurie is cheating on him. Unlike other examples in this trope, a hurt Kelso (dumb as he is) realizes how much he hurt Jackie and therefore believes he deserved to be hurt like this himself.
 That '70s Show / int_90e31482
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 That '70s Show / int_92587498
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Five-Man Band
 That '70s Show / int_92587498
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Five-Man Band: The Teens The Hero: Eric The Lancer: Hyde The Smart Guy: Donna The Big Guy: Kelso The Chick: Jackie Tagalong Kid: Fez
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Back for the Finale
 That '70s Show / int_931fc523
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Eric was also absent during the final season, though he returned for the series finale.
 That '70s Show / int_931fc523
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Betty and Veronica
 That '70s Show / int_94e4c8ab
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Betty and Veronica: Several examples throughout the show. Donna is the Betty to Jackie's Veronica. Eric is the Betty to Hyde's Veronica, and in the 1st season they were this to Donna's Archie. Eric is the Betty to Casey's Veronica, and they are also this to Donna's Archie. Kelso is the Betty to Hyde's Veronica and they are this to Jackie's Archie. Fez is the Betty to Hyde's Veronica, and they again are this to Jackie's Archie.
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 That '70s Show / int_951a2326
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Musical Theme Naming
 That '70s Show / int_951a2326
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Musical Theme Naming: From the fifth season on, the episodes shared the names of songs of rock bands. Season five=Led Zeppelin, season six=The Who, season seven=The Rolling Stones, season eight=Queen.
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Not So Above It All
 That '70s Show / int_96b89043
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Not So Above It All: In one episode, even Jackie starts giggling like a schoolgirl after explaining to Fez that "penal code" doesn't mean what he think it does. Also, when Red decides to help Eric prank Kelso.
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 That '70s Show / int_970ca74e
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Big
 That '70s Show / int_970ca74e
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Big "OMG!": Kelso in Season 1's "Grandma's Dead". Twice.
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Brand X
 That '70s Show / int_978937d6
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In another episode, Eric reveals that his mom buys "Twonkies." Which is more of a Brand X product, since he does mention Twinkies several times in that episode.
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 That '70s Show / int_97aaa7f3
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In the Blood
 That '70s Show / int_97aaa7f3
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In the Blood: Eric has his father's old-fashioned thinking (and temper) and his mother's Deadpan Snarker tendencies. Laurie is a lot like her grandmothers, particularly Grandma Bea (Kitty's mother) with a dash of Grandma Bernice's (Red's mother) hypocrisy. Evil skips a generation, remember?
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Throw the Dog a Bone
 That '70s Show / int_98576799
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Prompting Kelso to repeatedly try to catch her in the buff. He never did, but his persistence caused Donna to Throw the Dog a Bone and flash him on purpose so he'd leave her alone (which seems weird if you remember that the gang went skinny-dipping in season 1).
 That '70s Show / int_98576799
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Round Table Shot
 That '70s Show / int_99305f1f
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Round Table Shot: A trademark of the show, when the gang gathers and discusses their current situation, often under the influence of pot. A stylistic reference to The Wonder Years, but has become so associated with the show it's not uncommon to hear its use in other media referred to as a "That '70s Show shot".
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 That '70s Show / int_993cf18f
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Not So Different
 That '70s Show / int_993cf18f
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Not So Different: Jackie and Donna.
 That '70s Show / int_993cf18f
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 That '70s Show / int_9afd34de
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Slow Clap
 That '70s Show / int_9afd34de
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Slow Clap: After Bob (rightfully) calls out Donna & Jackie for breaking him & Pam up because they were uncomfortable with their parents dating, he finishes off by declaring that "the old Bob" who dated women far more attractive than him is back. Cue slow clap by the guys.
 That '70s Show / int_9afd34de
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 That '70s Show / int_9b06e314
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Greater-Scope Villain
 That '70s Show / int_9b06e314
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Greater-Scope Villain: Red's father Albert Forman. He was a truly abusive bastard (as compared to Bernice, who doted on Red), and is in many ways why Red is the way he is (that, and his dad was quick to ship him off to the Navy). He's long dead by the time the show begins, but via Red his influence lingers through the entire run. Red would probably think of his a Greater-Scope Paragon, though.
 That '70s Show / int_9b06e314
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During the War
 That '70s Show / int_9b1e50bd
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During the War: Red, when Kitty starts complaining that the kids don't go to church anymore, mentions he became close with God when his destroyer was sunk in World War II. He brings it up numerous times later on, but only goes as far as "When my destroyer went down in the Pacific..." after the first mention.
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Split Screen
 That '70s Show / int_9b7a0921
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Split Screen: Done a few times when two sets of characters are talking about the same thing (usually each other).
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 That '70s Show / int_9dab0a6e
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Continuity Nod
 That '70s Show / int_9dab0a6e
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Continuity Nod: A few of them, including this gem in late season seven: "Mmmmm... (French accent) bacon." In no less than four segments in the circle, Hyde mentions a car that runs on water, man. The first and last episodes of the series are among these. Red is diagnosed with high blood pressure in Season 3 and has a heart attack in S5.
 That '70s Show / int_9dab0a6e
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CloudCuckooLander
 That '70s Show / int_9dd2cbc2
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Upon successfully modifying the system (which wouldn't have been possible in reality), Kelso excitedly predicts that "home computers" are the future. Red dismisses this as nothing more than Kelso being his usual Cloud Cuckoo Lander self.
 That '70s Show / int_9dd2cbc2
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 That '70s Show / int_9fb5d589
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Not Now, Kiddo
 That '70s Show / int_9fb5d589
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Not Now, Kiddo: Kelso tells Jackie to watch him drink his eggs. Jackie tries to tell him something, only for Kelso to keep shutting her up, saying that whatever it is can wait till after he has drunk his eggs. She does so and after he has drunk his eggs, reminds him that he is actually allergic to eggs.
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Cannot Talk to Women
 That '70s Show / int_9fdb1baf
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Cannot Talk to Women: In one episode, Eric can only say "Uh...... buh." in the presence of a girl he finds really attractive.
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Frozen in Time
 That '70s Show / int_a06b62b7
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Frozen in Time
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Mean Boss
 That '70s Show / int_a10775b7
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Mean Boss: Red is one of these as the manager of Price Mart, and doesn't deny it if you mention it to him. When the rest of the family is congratulating Red on getting the job, Hyde says "God help the poor bastards who work for you!" Red merely smiles and laughs, taking it as a compliment.
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Hey, You!
 That '70s Show / int_a119b588
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Hey, You!: Red calling Eric and co "dumbasses", and Eric calling him Red behind his back and "sir" to his face. Also, Laurie sometimes calls Eric "little brother" instead of Eric.
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Rock–Paper–Scissors
 That '70s Show / int_a129cb19
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Rock–Paper–Scissors: Hyde and Fez play a variant Hyde invents to see who will be Eric's best man. Fez can't get past a Poor, Predictable Rock strategy, even after a lot of rounds.
 That '70s Show / int_a129cb19
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Internal Reformist
 That '70s Show / int_a2c7a31
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Internal Reformist: Hyde meets a girl as rebellious and anti-establishment as he is, but she leaves because she wants to go to college so she can get a job in the government to work the system from within.
 That '70s Show / int_a2c7a31
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 That '70s Show / int_a30c287
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Good Parents
 That '70s Show / int_a30c287
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Good Parents: Red and Kitty. It may seem hard to believe with Red taking Laurie's side over Eric's along with belittling him constantly and Kitty drinking a lot (which it is explained early on that her job is what causes her to drink), but when you think about it, they are better parents to Eric (and Hyde when he moves in) than any of the other parents in the series. As mean as Red can be to Eric, he's only punished him when he actually deserved it, and even reluctantly apologized one time when Eric hadn't done anything wrong and punished him.
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More Deadly Than the Male
 That '70s Show / int_a3458bf2
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More Deadly Than the Male: Basically: Guys can mess around in a fight. If girls fight; they fight.
 That '70s Show / int_a3458bf2
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I Know Karate
 That '70s Show / int_a4ad4fe5
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I Know Karate: Kelso unfortunately finds that out when he tries to beat up Jackie's co-worker after she kissed him.
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I Want My Jet Pack
 That '70s Show / int_a567f7f2
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I Want My Jetpack: Red muses on what he thought life was going to be like by that point when he was off at war, done in the style of a 1950's educational film. The fantasy ends with Eric asking to borrow the car and Red telling him to take the hovercraft instead. Back in reality Kitty gives him an odd look. "Hovercraft?" He then shouts angrily, "What? They promised us hovercrafts! Just another damn broken promise." Another episode has Red playing Santa Claus, a little girl says she wants a flying car for Christmas. Red's reply? "Yeah, so did I, when I was your age. But then the future came and took my dream away. Just like it will take away yours." Another episode uses a deliberately over-the-top version of the future (1997) when Laurie is dating Kelso, and Red is imagining what their future will be like. The Formans live in a house resembling Superman's Fortress of Solitude, Fez is their robot butler, Serve-O-Tron 2000, and Red takes a jetpack to Saturn on business for a week, warning Kelso that it's off to the asteroid mines if he doesn't have a job by the time Red gets back.
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Amicable Exes
 That '70s Show / int_a681bfc6
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Amicable Exes: Eric and Donna try and fail to be this in season four. Once Kelso stops pursuing Jackie in season six, he becomes this with her.
 That '70s Show / int_a681bfc6
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Karma Houdini
 That '70s Show / int_a70223
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Karma Houdini: Casey Kelso. His reputation as a handsome charming ladies' man comes off as an Informed Attribute when he's completely unlikeable who never does anything decent in any of his appearances and in his latter performances looks greasy and unhealthy. He acts as a corrupting influence on Donna, getting her to skip school and drink in the middle of the day — keep in mind of course Donna is underage and much younger than him. However even when saying horrible things, he continues to charm everyone around him, which Donna even notes doesn't line up ("The words are wrong, but they sound so good coming out of his mouth"). He also tells Donna he loves her, then casually brags to Eric that they're "just words". When the parents finally intervene on his relationship with Donna, Casey just breaks it off immediately, offering no resistance to them, and walks away breaking Donna's heart. He never suffers any consequences or repercussions. He later reappears twice, both times as sleazy as ever, and aside from a Shut Up, Hannibal! from Eric again gets away scot-free. Laurie constantly tortures Eric, is incredibly promiscuous, purposefully ruins Kelso's relationship with Jackie, not to mention forcing herself on him, and routinely takes her barbs against Eric further than words and sabotages his plans with his friends. She never suffers any repercussions from her actions that last any further than a single episode, and is always Red's little girl.
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Imagine Spot
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Imagine Spot: When there's not a thing to do, these moments are abundant on the show, often with several per episode.
 That '70s Show / int_a7382a73
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Uncool Undies
 That '70s Show / int_a75fec73
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Uncool Undies: Donna gets pantsed by Eric in a basketball game, exposing her granny panties, which Hyde delightfully makes fun of. The episode is even titled "Donna's Panties."
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Only Known by Their Nickname: "Fez" (so-called due to his Overly Long Name - see below) is said to be an acronym for Foreign Exchange Student. Red, as revealed in the episode where his mother dies. As he says, "She was the first one to call me 'Red.'" His real name is Reginald.
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LesYay
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Les Yay: In-universe example; Kelso thinks that Laverne & Shirley are "one bottle of wine away from making out", just like Jackie and Donna.
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Fashion Dissonance
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Embarrassing Middle Name
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Embarrassing Middle Name: Jackie's middle name is Beulah.
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Closer to Earth
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Closer to Earth: Donna, most of the time, is more mature than Eric. Only by comparison between Kelso and Jackie, and inverted with Jackie and Hyde. Also Gender Flipped by Kitty and Red, who occasionally has to deal with his wife's emotional meltdowns due to her menopause.
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Idiosyncratic Episode Naming
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Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: The episodes from the first four seasons had rather straightforward titles. In season five, all episode titles were names of Led Zeppelin songs with sometimes a "normal" title stuck behind (example: Misty Mountain Hop aka Jackie's Cabin). All season six episodes were named after The Who songs, ditto for season seven and Rolling Stones and season eight (except the finale) and Queen.
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Embarrassed by a Child: Linked to The Unfavorite. Red is constantly embarrassed by Eric's nerdiness and lack of manly characteristics. Kitty is embarrassed by Laurie's sluttiness, especially when she spends the entirety of youth Pastor Dave's visit blatantly hitting on him.
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The Masochism Tango
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The Masochism Tango: Jackie and Hyde. Before they got together, their interactions consisted almost entirely of slinging barbs and insults at each other. Continues in a pale imitation during their relationship. Also applies to Kelso and Jackie, especially after they got back together.
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Has Two Thumbs and...
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Has Two Thumbs and...: In the first episode of season two, "Garage Sale", Hyde bakes a batch of special brownies, prompting Kelso to say "You know what's got two thumbs and really likes brownies?" (points thumbs at himself) This guy!"
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Deadpan Snarker
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Deadpan Snarker: Practically every character gets their shot in at one point or another, but most notably, Hyde, Eric, Red, and Donna. None of them could hold a candle to Grandma Bea, Kitty's mother, who was played by Betty White, quite possibly the Grand Dame of this trope. As Eric noted to Donna after Grandma Bea insulted them:
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Informed Flaw
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Informed Flaw: In Hyde Moves In, Kelso freaks out when he sees Jackie sick and without makeup, and proceeds to refer to her as "ugly" and "gross", while to the viewer, she doesn't look any different.
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Accidental Marriage
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Accidental Marriage: Hyde and Samantha's marriage is one of these and the two got married while drunk during Hyde's stay in Vegas. And like some other examples of this trope, their marriage isn't a valid one as Sam was already married and never got divorced prior to hooking up with Hyde.
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Catchphrase
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Catch Phrase: Loads. Red's "Dumbass!" and Fez's "Good day./I said good day!" are the most memorable. Any rant from Fez that ends with, "You son of a bitch!' Any time Red threatens to put his foot up somebody's ass also qualifies. Whenever anyone pulls a prank/someone snarks while Kelso is around, he says "BURN!!!" Bob almost always greets people with "Hey there, hi there, ho there!"
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Ms. Fanservice
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Ms. Fanservice: Once Mila Kunis turned eighteen the show went all out, putting her and Laura Prepon in various sexy outfits. Samantha Hyde's entire purpose was to be this. Laurie and several female guest stars also filled this trope.
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Catholic School Girls Rule: To punish her for running away to California, Bob enrolls Donna in Catholic school. At first Eric tries to talk him out of it, but then he sees what Donna looks like in her uniform (which in actuality looks distinctly unflattering on the well-built woman). The other male members of the group share his opinion: In an interesting variation the uniform itself is actually rather realistic with a skirt that's roughly knee-length, and a shapeless shirt.
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Abusive Parents
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Subverted even further in the episode where Red attempts to set up Eric with a co-worker only for her to fall for him instead. Eric decides to call out Red for having been too tough on him and therefore ruining his self-esteem. Red then rather vehemently recounts what his father had in store for him right around Eric's age: the Navy. Red then tells Eric to be thankful that he has a father who is trying to hook him up because if he wants, he can unleash hell from depths hitherto uncombed. Not surprisingly, this shuts Eric up.
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Dork in a Sweater
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Dork in a Sweater: Eric is usually a dork, especially since he wears sweaters in about half of the series. Another example is Hyde, who usually mocks Eric for his look, in which he had dressed in one with his name made by Kitty in his 18th birthday, obligated by Red (as well assisting to his own birthday).
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Retcon
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Retcon: Donna went from having an older sister named Valerie (mentioned in Eric's Birthday) and younger sister named Tina (seen in Eric's Burger Job) to being an only child starting from season two. Red switched from being anti- to pro-Nixon.
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Retool: Several changes were made to the show in season 5: Episodes started being named after songs from various '70s bands. Eric became a Star Wars geek, despite having shown only casual interest in it in previous seasons. Donna's tendency to be a Bitch in Sheep's Clothing has been downplayed, and some of her previously unseen flaws have surfaced, such as having Bob's levels of bad taste. The on-again, off-again relationship between Kelso and Jackie has been broken up for good, Jackie started dating Hyde, which jump started her Character Development and, to a lesser extent, his. With Hyde now paired with Jackie, Kelso took over his place as one of Those Two Guys with Fez.
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Genki Girl
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Kitty: sanguine (cheerful, smothering, too talkative)
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Recurring Camera Shot: A regular occurrence - nearly Once an Episode - is the Circle where the camera spins around between the characters as they're implied to be passing a joint around.
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Feathered Fiend
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Feathered Fiend: The season three Halloween episode included a parody of The Birds.
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Take That!
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Take That!: Working at Grooves allowed Hyde and Randy to voice quite a few Take Thats at some music artists of the era. Another aimed at Peter Frampton:
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Too Dumb to Live
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Too Dumb to Live: Kelso. Jackie falls into this occasionally as well during the early seasons. Eric's sister Laurie. Hilariously lampshaded by Hyde when Laurie and Kelso hook up. While Eric is reasonably smart most of the time, dropping a bowling ball on the couch in the first season, at Kelso's urging, was an example of this.
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Pregnancy Scare: In "The Pill", Jackie has a pregnancy scare. Donna starts taking the titular contraceptive, so the same thing wouldn't happen to her.
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In Season 8, there are many jokes made about Jackie being a slut, though she's never seen dating anyone, yet Fez sleeps with a number of women through the season and at least four in one episode.
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Hypocritical Humor: Leo says in "Canadian Road Trip" that he refuses to drink alcohol because it "messes up your mind." Despite him being a stoner. He also drinks sake but he's unaware that sake is alcoholic. Laurie loves to jest about Eric supposedly being dumb, despite her own flunking out of college.
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Love Triangle: One develops between Kelso/Jackie/Hyde. Kelso eventually pulls a I Want My Beloved to Be Happy. The producers initially wanted the love triangle to be Eric/Donna/Hyde, the seeds of which can be seen in a few episodes of the first season, but the idea was dropped.
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Demoted to Extra
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Demoted to Extra: Laurie in season 6, after having been recast. Despite appearing in most episodes of that season, she rarely spoke.
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The Alcatraz
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The Alcatraz: Red turns the house into one in "Red Sees Red".
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Huge Schoolgirl
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Huge Schoolgirl: Big Rhonda. Donna is a subversion as she's very tall and strong, but is actually very confident too.
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Extra-Long Episode
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Extra-Long Episode: The season eight premiere, as well as the last episode were both originally broadcast as hour-long episodes.
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Bumbling Dad
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Donna's parents are not very bright, being a Bumbling Dad and a Brainless Beauty.
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Future Me Scares Me: In one episode, Eric's guardian angel takes him into an alternate timeline in which he'd never dated Donna—including a foray into the 80s, where Donna is married (with kids) to Hyde, and Alternate!Eric is a hopeless loser. Notable because even though it was an alternate timeline, it was the only time the show ever accurately depicted the 1980s (70s!Eric even remarks on "The Safety Dance", which will be released five years into his future).
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Sweet Tooth
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Sweet Tooth: Fez
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Fiery Redhead
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Fiery Redhead: Donna, especially when it comes to her feminist beliefs. At least until she dyed her hair blonde.
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Precision F-Strike
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Precision F-Strike: From Fez. Utilized to great effect by Kitty and Red.
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You Just Told Me
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You Just Told Me: Red pulls one on Eric during the episode where he thinks his son's taken up smoking. Done with Eric and Laurie.
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Idiosyncratic Wipes
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Idiosyncratic Wipes: With cast members jumping, swinging and having fun in front of groovy backgrounds during an Eye Catch.
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Happily Married
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Happily Married: Red and Kitty.
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Really Gets Around
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A female version of this trope occurs with Kitty both as a mother and as a daughter. Kitty has a very strained relationship with her daughter Laurie due to the fact that Laurie Really Gets Around and can't seem to do anything constructive with her life. Grandma Bea, Kitty's mother, also uses her razor-sharp Deadpan Snarker abilities to mercilessly insult Kitty and everything she tries to do. Kitty even cited the similarities between Laurie and Grandma Bea as proof that "evil skips a generation."
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Ugly Guy, Hot Wife
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Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: Bob & Midge, and later Bob & Jackie's mom Pam. Eric & Donna are portrayed as this, with characters frequently commenting on the relationship as such. Averted with Bob's relationship with the more average Joanne, with whom he's more evenly matched, just after Midge leaves.
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Blonde, Brunette, Redhead
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Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Laurie/nearly every other girl introduced later (blonde), Jackie (brunette), and Donna (redhead). This changed after Laurie's character was written out from Season six onward and Donna went blonde in season seven (for a different role the actress was filming). When Fez meets the trio of ladies from the CB radio in season two, they are a perfect example of this trope. The Pinciotti family.
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Cool and Unusual Punishment
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Cool and Unusual Punishment: Red is a certified master at dishing these out. It's occasionally subverted when he lets Eric off the hook for things that initially piss him off but that Eric did for reasons of which Red would approve: When he ended up covered in oatmeal after Eric's Bucket Booby-Trap backfired, Red was initially ready to go nuclear on Eric. However, when he learns that Eric was trying to get back at Kelso, instead of punishing Eric Red decides to show him how to do a prank right. On another occasion, when Eric stole the Corvette to go on a date with a hot blonde cheerleader, Red lets him off with a very stern warning to "stay away from that girl." The Stupid Helmet.
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Corpsing
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Corpsing: In Leo Loves Kitty, Debra Jo Rupp can't suppress a giggle when Kurtwood Smith says "You've got a date for the Stoners' Ball." Also in Career Day, Laura Prepon can barely keep it together when Don Stark takes off his top hat to reveal his afro has deformed from a serious case of hat hair. Actually, according to several behind the scenes videos, this show is built on corpsing. Roughly 75% of the laughing fits you see on this show were cases of Throw It In! corpsing right from the very first episode, when the first Circle segment ended with Kutcher, Danny and Topher falling down laughing after Hyde's first "car the runs on water" story.
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The '80s
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Sometimes items from The '80s appear in scenes. Examples include the Super Speak and Spell and the Intellivision II.
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Character Check
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Character Check: After two seasons of Kelso and Jackie being Amicable Exes, Kelso's sendoff episode Misfire revisits the relationship for one last time. Subverted in that between Kelso's new plans for the future and Jackie's Character Development since their final breakup, the episode is quick to show how far they've drifted apart.
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Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male
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Laurie constantly tortures Eric, is incredibly promiscuous, purposefully ruins Kelso's relationship with Jackie, not to mention forcing herself on him, and routinely takes her barbs against Eric further than words and sabotages his plans with his friends. She never suffers any repercussions from her actions that last any further than a single episode, and is always Red's little girl.
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True Companions
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True Companions: Despite problems often prone to tear them apart (such as Eric and Donna breaking up, or Jackie and Hyde breaking up), Eric and his friends pretty much always stay together. Even as Eric left for Africa An interesting variant occurs with Jackie, who wasn't really part of the group at first and was only tolerated by the others because she was Kelso's girlfriend. It was only after Hyde started burning her, Fez started worshiping her, Donna became closer friends with her, and Eric realized that she pissed Laurie off (even though he never became friends with her, see The Friends Who Never Hang above) that she became a full part of the circle.
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Uptown Girl
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Uptown Girl: Jackie is a rich girl and cheerleader, Hyde is a poor delinquent with a messed up family who lives with Eric's family because he has nowhere else to go. Initially Hyde stated their differences in social status as a reason they shouldn't go out: they had nothing in common.
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Chuck Cunningham Syndrome
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Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Donna has a younger sister for exactly one episode. She is never seen again. They lampshaded this in the credits of one episode (which was parodying the "tune in next time to find out" ending from Soap). She actually had two sisters initially. Valerie was described as being away at college. This was the only time Valerie was ever mentioned, and nearly immediately after that, the three Pinciottis (Bob, Midge and Donna) were described by Bob as "the whole family." This predated even Tina. The high school's strict, boring principal appeared a few times in the first season, but was phased out pretty early on. Roy (see Ensemble Dark Horse on the YMMV page), as well. It's not explained when or how Eric and Hyde stop working in the restaurant. At the end of the sixth season, they're still employed, then at the beginning of the seventh season, Eric starts his "year of doing nothing", and Hyde later starts working at his dad's record store. They're never shown actually quitting or getting fired from the restaurant, though Eric says in season 7 episode 1 that he quits. Laurie completely vanished after season 6, with Kitty mentioning she moved to Canada. Her absence is referenced in the series finale, when Kitty wonders out loud where she is.
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Informed Attribute
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Casey Kelso. His reputation as a handsome charming ladies' man comes off as an Informed Attribute when he's completely unlikeable who never does anything decent in any of his appearances and in his latter performances looks greasy and unhealthy. He acts as a corrupting influence on Donna, getting her to skip school and drink in the middle of the day — keep in mind of course Donna is underage and much younger than him. However even when saying horrible things, he continues to charm everyone around him, which Donna even notes doesn't line up ("The words are wrong, but they sound so good coming out of his mouth"). He also tells Donna he loves her, then casually brags to Eric that they're "just words". When the parents finally intervene on his relationship with Donna, Casey just breaks it off immediately, offering no resistance to them, and walks away breaking Donna's heart. He never suffers any consequences or repercussions. He later reappears twice, both times as sleazy as ever, and aside from a Shut Up, Hannibal! from Eric again gets away scot-free.
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Ass Shove
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Ass Shove: Red's recurring threat to whoever offends him. Check out the "Foot In Your Ass" page above for examples. He claims to have actually done this on Iwo Jima, but can't talk about.
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Ridiculously Average Guy
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Ridiculously Average Guy: Eric, though one could qualify him as a mild case of Hollywood Nerd. Eric also has a stringbean physique which is referenced multiple times.
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Fan Disservice
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Fan Disservice: Kitty's mental picture of a nude, soap-sud-covered Bob moaning "oh yeah..." (which comes absolutely out of nowhere) just... shouldn't have happened.
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Deader Than Disco
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Deader Than Disco: In-Universe, the show traced disco's fall from grace. An episode in the first season taking place in 1976 is about going to a disco and everyone is into it. In a season five episode, a minister tries to connect with Eric and Donna by saying he likes disco and Eric says that disco is kind of lame. Finally in the last season, which took place in 1979, Hyde stages a disco record burning and Fez tries to defend disco.
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Truth-Telling Session
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Truth-Telling Session: Eric and Laurie get into this at one point. The show stopper is when Eric reveals that Laurie was born with a tail, which causes her to run away in tears.
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Shout-Out
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During S2, when Bob and Midge decide to date other people, their dates' names are Ted and Carol, a Shout-Out to Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice.
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Laxative Prank
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Laxative Prank: In "Dine and Dash", the rest of the gang split out of a meal early and leave Donna and Eric with the check. To "show that they're good sports", Donna and Eric make a batch of special brownies. Afterwards, they reveal that the special ingredient wasn't marijuana but Chocolate Super Lax.
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Slut-Shaming
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Slut-Shaming: Most of the jokes that are made about Laurie is that she sleeps with numerous men, including Kelso and one of her college professors, but those jokes are considered okay because of how bitchy she acts to everyone, including her frequent snarking against Eric, his friends, and Kitty, the way she sucks up to Red, and how she actively tried to destroy Kelso's relationship with Jackie. The only time Laurie doesn't seem to enjoy being called a slut is in Season 2's "Laurie Moves Out." Red finds out she's living with a guy and is furious. He says no one will buy the cow if they get the milk for free, and she's visibly wounded, which was the one time Eric felt like it wasn't funny anymore. In Season 8, there are many jokes made about Jackie being a slut, though she's never seen dating anyone, yet Fez sleeps with a number of women through the season and at least four in one episode. A more serious (and rare male example) happens when Red finds out his old war buddy Bull, who had just offered him a job, was a swinger. Red immediately tells Bull that he doesn't know him anymore and ends their friendship. Red actually said that Bull didn't deserve his success because he was a pervert.
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No Name Given
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No Name Given: Fez is short for "foreign exchange student". His actual name is played with during one episode where he does say it, but is drowned out by the sound of a school bell. During this scene, Fez' actor just said the names of all of the main actors in a row quickly.
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Serial Escalation
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Serial Escalation: Invoked in "Red Sees Red". His restrictions start with a simple curfew, is followed by watching over the kids while they hang out and removing anything that could be considered "drugs" (Including glue), and then promptly crosses the Moral Event Horizon by nailing the windows shut, showing complete indifference to the possiblilty of zero escape from a fire for Eric. Same goes for the way the kids try to rebel; It starts out with trying to get away with the stuff they usually do, just in a short amount of time. Then Eric tries jumping out the window, only to find Red waiting right there for him. Then both Eric and Laurie try to sneak Donna and Kelso into their rooms to have sex with them, and culminates with the entire gang trying to push the (demobilized) Vista Cruiser out of the driveway.
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Misery Builds Character
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Misery Builds Character: According to Red, "In order for [my son] to be a responsible adult, he has to be miserable now!"
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This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!
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The show was very good about the costumes and hair, but people didn't add "bitch" at the end of sentences back then, or call each other "whore", "dumbass" or "porky mouth", or shout "BURN!".
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Social Services Does Not Exist
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Social Services Does Not Exist : Edna's gone for weeks before the Formans step in, and although Hyde makes jokes about it, his home life is pretty abusive.
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Cassandra Truth
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Cassandra Truth: In the "Young Man Blues" episode, only the audience witnesses Eric successfully fix the lawnmower.
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Naked in Mink
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Naked in Mink: Kitty tells Donna that when Red left for Korea, she gave him a boudoir photo of her wearing nothing but a fur coat.
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Four-Girl Ensemble
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Four-Girl Ensemble: Gender-Flipped for the four main teen males. Fez is the naive one. Hyde is the snarky one. Kelso is the sexy one. Eric is the TeamDad.
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Monkeys on a Typewriter
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Monkeys on a Typewriter: In "Battle of the Sexists", Eric compares Donna making a basket to monkeys writing Hamlet.
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Canines Gambling in a Card Game
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Canines Gambling in a Card Game: In "Hunting", Dogs Playing Poker is parodied by the characters taking the places of the dogs.
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I Wished You Were Dead
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I Wished You Were Dead: Eric ends his calling out his grandmother over her treatment of Kitty with "I don't think being nice for a whole day would kill you." She promptly keels over.
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Idea Bulb
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Idea Bulb: Parodied and played straight in Streaking with the guys getting inspired to cause mischief when President Ford stops by for a visit. Light bulbs light up during points of the speech over Hyde ("Protesting accomplishes nothing."), Eric ("Oh, sure, you might see a chance to prove your manhood or show you're cool."), and Kelso ("No shenanigans, you hear me?") while Fez get the "Exit" sign ("If that's your kind of attitude, you might as well just go home right now."). Bob later gets a lamp lighting over his head with a doorbell sound when he has to find the right person to ask Ford a question ("I guess someone you and I would call a loser."). The last one where Red has the porch light over his head after he's inspired to tell the President his views gets called out on by Red.
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ReasonYouSuckSpeech
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"Reason You Suck" Speech: Kitty bashed Laurie with a very simple sentence: "You're a brat, you're goofing off in college and you're mean to your brother". Then there was the time Eric chewed out two jocks who complained that the beer keg at Eric's party had a broken tap...which was broken because they had broken it a few minutes ago. In "Love, Wisconsin Style" Red and Kitty give one to Eric after Eric refused to get back with Donna after Casey Kelso dumps her. Hyde gives one to Eric in "The Good Son".
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What the Hell, Hero?
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What the Hell, Hero?: In one Christmas Episode, Eric is supposed to direct a "Birth of Christ" pageant, but the others goof off and won't follow his directions. After Pastor Dave fires Eric and takes over, they respond by tying Dave up in Christmas lights. By this point, Leo calls them out on their behavior.
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Canada, Eh?
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Canada, Eh?: Played hilariously straight when the guys travel to Canada to buy beer and are detained by a couple of Mounties (played by Joe Flaherty and Dave Thomas) when Fez misplaces his Green Card (oddly, they were attempting to enter the US, not Canada at the time). They solve the situation by singing "O Canada". The mounties do, as one would imagine, of course, confiscate their beer.
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Unwanted Gift Plot
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Unwanted Gift Plot: Donna gives Eric a "man ring." Said ring is huge and gaudy and promptly stolen by Fez.
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Housewife
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Housewife: To a degree, Kitty. She does have a job for most of the series aside from taking care of the house (as a nurse), but otherwise fits this trope very well.
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Ensemble Dark Horse
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Roy (see Ensemble Dark Horse on the YMMV page), as well. It's not explained when or how Eric and Hyde stop working in the restaurant. At the end of the sixth season, they're still employed, then at the beginning of the seventh season, Eric starts his "year of doing nothing", and Hyde later starts working at his dad's record store. They're never shown actually quitting or getting fired from the restaurant, though Eric says in season 7 episode 1 that he quits.
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The Other Darrin
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After she had a The Other Darrin phase during the sixth season, Laurie went to Canada for the rest of the show.
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Vitriolic Best Buds
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Vitriolic Best Buds: Hyde has this sort of relationship with all his close friends, Kelso in particular. Red and Eric are always at each others' throats with their constant snarking, but it's been shown that they really do care about each other. Let's not forget Donna and Jackie. Donna is amazed and a little horrified when she realizes they've become friends, and Jackie never lets up making fun of Donna's shoe size or calling her a lumberjack. Red and Bob's relationship is kinda like this but it's mostly one-way with Red frequently insulting Bob. Bob does take shots at Red sometimes but it's rare.
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Unusual Euphemism
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Unusual Euphemism: "Dillhole". After listening to George Carlin's Seven Dirty Words album, Eric decides to create a system for using the words in public by numbering them. Unfortunately, only about half of what he says makes sense when taking the original order of Carlin’s list into account.
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*Cough* Snark *Cough*
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*Cough* Snark *Cough*: In one epsiode: Another example:
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Spin-Off
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Spin-Off: An indirect one with That '80s Show, set in 1984 San Diego. It didn't include anyone from this show (though it did have the actors who would later play Dennis Reynolds, Charlie Kelly, and Carmen the male-to-female transsexualnote Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, and Brittany Daniel on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Jack, the Al Bundy expy, from the WB's Unhappily Ever After) and was heavily criticized for being a wannabe That 70s Show, leading to its cancellation after only a season.
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Breakout Character
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Breakout Character: Kelso. Season seven even saw a shift of storylines focusing more on his Character Development than Eric's.
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All Girls Want Bad Boys
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All Girls Want Bad Boys: This is part of Donna's attraction to Kelso's brother Casey (along with his car), who even Kelso realizes is bad news. It was also the reason why a cashier at Price-Mart that Red was trying to set up on a date with Eric ended up falling for Red himself instead - Hyde explains to Eric that the cashier loved Red because he was a "hardass."
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Hilarious in Hindsight
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Became funnier when, in Real Life, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher started dating in 2012.
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Ship Tease: Jackie/Hyde had their fair share of teasing in the early seasons whenever she broke up with Kelso. Both couples actually came to fruition over the course of the series.
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Cat Fight
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And then there's Jackie, while not a nice person, still a girlish cheerleader who's normally even more useless in a fight than Eric. When Laurie insulted Jackie for letting her steal Kelso, though, Jackie finally snapped and attacked Laurie in a vicious Cat Fight. Even Hyde was impressed, telling Jackie that you kicked her ass, man! Jackie also beats up her karate instructor in her first lesson after Donna makes a point about her (Jackie's) breakup with Hyde.
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Drugs Are Bad
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Drugs Are Bad: Red's mentality, as well as other adult characters occasionally. Subverted when Hyde has a bad trip and decides to give up the circle. Donna, Fez, and Leo stage a "reverse intervention."
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Think Unsexy Thoughts: In the episode "Thanksgiving", Eric makes out with Kate, his sister's attractive friend, and wants to get rid of his erection before getting up. His inner monologue goes: "Okay, baseball, Vietnam, Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon, Pat Boone, the girl that gives the weather, no, no! Okay, jellyfish, really big spiders, come on, dig deep, dig deep, okay, the day we backed over Skipper in the driveway, instead of going to the county fair, I had to bury him in the backyard." Subverted at the end of the same episode with Donna thinking of sexy things to make her hornier after kissing Eric. Her inner monologue goes: "Silk sheets, Joe Namath's butt, strawberries, slow dancing, ...the washing machine with an unbalanced load!"
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"Rear Window" Homage: In "To Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young Too Die", Fez is stuck in wheelchair with a sprained ankle in the Forman's house. Watching next door with binoculars in the hope of seeing Midge naked, he becomes convinced that Bob has murdered Midge.
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Musical Episode
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Musical Episode: That '70s Musical, the 100th episode.
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Last-Name Basis
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Last-Name Basis: Everybody, except Jackie (after they start dating), Kitty and Red, calls Steven Hyde "Hyde", and everybody, except Jackie and Kitty, calls Michael Kelso "Kelso". Hyde calls Eric Forman "Forman". Casey Kelso calls Donna by her last name.
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The Ditz
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The Ditz: Kelso and Jackie are a Ditz couple.
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The Hero
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The Hero: Eric
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Primal Scene
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Primal Scene: Eric once walks in on his parents having sex. He is pretty traumatised by the experience.
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Calling the Old Man Out: Eric is typically intimidated by his father Red, but in one episode he finally has enough and bluntly tells Red to stop feeling sorry for himself and support Kitty, who's extremely distraught - first by believing she's pregnant and feeling not supported by Red, later by going through menopause and not being able to have any more children. Subverted in one episode where Eric called Red out when he thought he cost him a good job at a bank, only to learn Kitty did it. Then Eric tries to buddy up to Red when it looks like he's going to kick his ass. Subverted even further in the episode where Red attempts to set up Eric with a co-worker only for her to fall for him instead. Eric decides to call out Red for having been too tough on him and therefore ruining his self-esteem. Red then rather vehemently recounts what his father had in store for him right around Eric's age: the Navy. Red then tells Eric to be thankful that he has a father who is trying to hook him up because if he wants, he can unleash hell from depths hitherto uncombed. Not surprisingly, this shuts Eric up.
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Fight for the Last Bite
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Fight for the Last Bite: In the episode "Misty Mountain Hop", Donna eats Eric's last Twinkie during the ride up to Jackie's cabin, igniting a fight. In "Who Needs You", Fez was looking forward to a grape soda that he saved in the fridge, and even made up a song to sing for when he would eventually get around to drinking it. Cue his shock at finding an empty grape soda bottle in the fridge after Jackie drank it...
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Flanderization
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Flanderization: Early in the first season, Laurie's primary traits were that she hated Eric, and by extension, all his friends, was more than willing to exploit Red's preferential treatment of her, was an underachiever and had looser morals than the main teen cast. By the end of the first season, her sluttiness was her defining trait, and later on, she can't seem to meet a man without hitting on him and has had more partners than the town has residents.
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Hate Sink
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Hate Sink: Kitty's mother Beatrice "Bea" Sigurdson, due to making Kitty's life miserable For the Evulz. Caroline "Crazy Caroline" Dupree due to her crazy obsession with Fez and her abusive, nasty and horrible nature.
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Lysistrata Gambit
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Lysistrata Gambit: Played with in one episode, in which Eric and Donna decide to hold out on each other after an argument over a school report. While Eric caves in the end, Donna had to bluff her way for him to concede as a last-ditch effort. Donna accidentally gives her mother the idea (she's either so horny or such an airhead it's never even occurred to her). Instead of offering advice, she cheerfully announces that she's getting the bathroom painted.
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Catchphrase
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Attempts to give Eric a Catchphrase (Yes, yes!) petered out early in the first season.
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Freudian Trio
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Freudian Trio: The Id- Jackie and Kelso The Ego- Fez and Eric The Superego- Hyde and Donna.
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Braces of Orthodontic Overkill
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Braces of Orthodontic Overkill: Kelso had these in middle school.
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Webcomic Time
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Webcomic Time: The show was on for eight years, though in-universe only 4 years passed. The show was set in 1976 for the first 12 episodes, 1977 until the end of the third season, 1978 until early in season 6, and 1979 for the rest of the series.
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Artistic License – Geography
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Artistic License – Geography: The two Canadian border crossings nearest anywhere in Wisconsin are in Grand Portage, Minnesota, and Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Technically, if they're supposed to be near Kenosha, Wisconsin (one of the Southern-most points in the state), the nearest border crossing is somewhere around Detroit. Either way, that must have been some good beer to make such a trek.
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The Vamp
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The Vamp: Laurie, Eric's slutty older sister, is nicknamed "the witch" and "the Devil". Played hilariously in one episode where the family is playing a game called Church Rummy with the Youth Minister at their church and Laurie shows her cards: 6, 6, and 6.
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Gone Swimming, Clothes Stolen
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Gone Swimming, Clothes Stolen: The opening scene of "Hyde Moves In."
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Jerkass
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Jerkass: Everyone has moments of this, but Hyde and Laurie take it to an art form. (Hyde will also occasionally lampshade his jerkass nature.) Jackie is also a shameless bitch, though she stumbles somewhat pulling this off against Hyde. Red might qualify; he practically hates people:
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But I Would Really Enjoy It
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But I Would Really Enjoy It: Jackie towards Kelso when he grows a beard.
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Flash Forward
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Flash Forward
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Artistic License – Cars
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Artistic License – Cars: In many shots, it is evident the Vista Cruiser is missing its windshield to allow for the in-vehicle closeups.
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Boke and Tsukkomi Routine
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Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: Jackie and Donna respectively. Kelso and Eric. To a lesser extent Bob and Red could count.
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Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick
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Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick: In "The Good Son."
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Digging Yourself Deeper
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Digging Yourself Deeper: This goes for any of the kids, but Eric has a real knack for it. For example, when Donna is going to go away to college, Eric (who doesn't want her to leave) ruins their intended last moment. He later says that he was well-aware he was ruining it and just continued to ruin it anyway. In Season 7, Red gets a moment of this, too. Kitty is mad at him for flirting with a couple of women in bikinis at a car show. He tells her they're practically hookers because they get paid to flirt.
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Absentee Actor
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Absentee Actor: Leo disappeared for a while because Tommy Chong was in prison for selling bongsnote Chong was terrified that this would get him fired but the producers assured him that they hired him because of his association with marijuana and that he'd be welcomed back once he got out.
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No Indoor Voice
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No Indoor Voice: Kelso has the loudest voice of anyone in the group, especially when he's angry or excited. There's a reason why his catchphrase is yelling "BURN!!!" at the top of his lungs.
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Uranus Is Showing
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Uranus Is Showing: Kelso has his UFO pictures developed, only for his friends to find out later that there were naked pictures of him on the same roll. Fez's response:
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The Alleged Car
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Eric's 1969 Vista Cruiser. Sometimes The Alleged Car because it breaks down often in the series.
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Everybody Owns a Ford
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Everybody Owns a Ford: Inverted, even though they're just outside Kenosha and this was the era of now-retro icons like the Gremlin and Pacer, Nobody Owns An AMC. Well, the Kenosha part's in dispute- see further down the page. Two single-episode exceptions: Bob Pinciotti was driving a red Pacer in season eight episode seven, but that was just for one scene. Fez also appears to own a Gremlin for a single episode in season 8, just so that Jackie has something of his to publicly vandalize.
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Product Placement
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Product Placement: You'd be surprised how many products from The '70s are still around.
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Never Say
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Never Say "Die": The show refrains from using the word "marijuana" or any of the common slang for it. They often refer to it as "the stash" or "stuff". Some of the adults call it "marijuana" once or twice. But mostly it's just "the stash" or they leave the viewer to make the obvious conclusion. Every use of the word "pot" played with this but turned out to be a real pot (in a Poker game, kitchenware, that sort of stuff). Red tends to call it dope, and as such, refers to anyone using it as dopeheads or hopheads.
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Randy for Eric. Only the audience had spent time with Eric and gotten used to his foibles unlike with Randy, who was so obviously meant as a replacement the fanbase rejected him with some ire. Charlie was originally meant to be one for Eric, but the actor didn't stay for the season, so the character has been killed off. In Leo's absence, his role as Hyde's paternal figure has been filled by Roy in season 6 and WB in season 7.
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Fanservice Model
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Fanservice Model: In the season 4, Kelso was called to be a male underwear model, who appeared in diverse magazines, was mocked by his friends, and caused a new split with his then-girlfriend Jackie, who always wanted to be a Fashion Model.
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Mushroom Samba
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Mushroom Samba: Managed to do it Once an Episode and still keep it funny.
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Intimate Marks
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Intimate Marks: Eric's cousin comes to stay with them and constantly wears tight t-shirts with large logos over her breasts. She catches Eric looking at her breasts, and "innocently" mistakes it for him reading her t-shirt logo. This becomes a running gag throughout the episode. At the end of the episode, it turns out all the flirty behavior and sexy clothing was calculated to attract Eric as payback for a prank he'd played on her years ago.
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Running Gag: Any time Hyde and Kelso start wrestling with each other, you can practically time when Kelso calls "foul" because he hurt his eye. Fez's country of origin is played with on several occasions. Also Fez constantly hiding in Donna's closet. Kelso, Fez, Hyde and Eric have all fallen off the water tower at least once. Then there was the character who died doing so, and the water tower was renamed after his memory. Laurie literally being the devil. (She was apparently born with a tail and everything.) As well as Laurie being extremely easy and sleeping with, oh, every guy in town. The first season had Kelso saying he was going to break up with Jackie. The gag stops after she breaks up with him (though they get back together a few episodes later.)
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Eric is the TeamDad.
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Kitty mothers the teenagers as if they were her own children, and tries to help them with their problems, even going so far as to adopt Hyde after his mother abandons him. Red also ends up getting involved on more than one occasion, much to his displeasure.
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Department of Redundancy Department
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Department of Redundancy Department: Fez drops one when asked where he's going to go with his girlfriend. Eric speaks one as well in "The Relapse". And Kitty in "Grandma's Dead".
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Beware the Nice Ones
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Beware the Nice Ones: Eric's generally a skinny wimp, but if you push him too far he will retaliate and kick your ass. And then there's Jackie, while not a nice person, still a girlish cheerleader who's normally even more useless in a fight than Eric. When Laurie insulted Jackie for letting her steal Kelso, though, Jackie finally snapped and attacked Laurie in a vicious Cat Fight. Even Hyde was impressed, telling Jackie that you kicked her ass, man! Jackie also beats up her karate instructor in her first lesson after Donna makes a point about her (Jackie's) breakup with Hyde.
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With Friends Like These...
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With Friends Like These...: Eric's friends, especially Hyde, are also his perdition. Also, Donna and Jackie, but theirs is much milder compared to what the guys have...
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Will They or Won't They?: Lampshaded by Hyde after Eric and Donna first had sex.
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Depending on the Writer
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Depending on the Writer: Downplayed. While every episode acts like Kelso is/was in the wrong when it came to cheating on Jackie for Laurie, whether this is actually the case changes in the episodes. For example, in "Red's Last Day", it's very clear that Laurie is purposely seducing Kelso, and Kelso is clearly not okay with what's going on. The scene actually borders on Black Comedy Rape. Then in most of the episodes after, Kelso takes both Laurie and Jackie for granted, at one point even imagining being in a harem with both of them as well as Donna. Then it comes back around in "Kiss of Death", where Kelso expresses genuine feeling for Jackie and tries to break up with Laurie, which falls Off the Rails when Laurie tricks Kelso into kissing her in front of Jackie, ending their relationship as well.
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HeroesWantRedheads
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Heroes Want Redheads: Mainly with Eric and Donna, but a vast majority of male characters (from Hyde, Kelso, Kelso's brother Casey and Fez to many one-time minor characters) had an interest in Donna, despite her beauty being subjective.
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Lazily Gender Flipped Name
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Lazily Gender Flipped Name: Hyde makes fun of Eric by calling him "Erica". Michael who goes by his surname Kelso laughs because you can't do that with "Kelso", at which point Hyde sarcastically points out that he'd be "Michelle". Eric and Kelso then struggle for a few seconds to think of a name for mocking name Hyde ("Hyde-o...lina?"), before he exasperatedly snaps "Heidi!"
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Stacy's Mom
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Stacy's Mom: Midge Pinciotti. The boys have fantasized and made lewd comments about her, and even spied on her. Fez and Kelso fell prostrate and worshipped Eric when they mistakenly believed he'd shagged her. Kitty also gets her fair share of attention. The boys similarly have the hots for Jackie's mom Pam, played by Brooke Shields.
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 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Green-Eyed Epiphany / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Gretzky Has the Ball / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Grudging / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Guyliner / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Ham-to-Ham Combat / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hand-or-Object Underwear / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hanlon's Razor / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Has Two Thumbs and... / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hates Everyone Equally / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Head-Turning Beauty / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Headlock of Dominance / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Held Back in School / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hell-Bent for Leather / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Heroes Want Redheads / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hey, You! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Historical In-Joke / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hollywood Heart Attack / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hollywood Homely / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hollywood Mid-Life Crisis / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hollywood Nerd / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Home-Early Surprise / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Homemade Sweater from Hell / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Homoerotic Dream / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hormone-Addled Teenager / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Horrible Camping Trip / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hot Librarian / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
House Amnesia / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Housewife / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Huddle Shot / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Huge Schoolgirl / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Hypocritical Heartwarming / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Banged Your Mom / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Believe That You Believe It / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Call Him / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Can't Believe I'm Saying This / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Do Not Like Green Eggs and Ham / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Don't Like You and You Don't Like Me / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Got a Rock / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Have Boobs, You Must Obey! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Have This Friend... / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Like My X Like I Like My Y / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Need to Go Iron My Dog / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Take Offense to That Last One! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Think You Broke Him / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Want My Jet Pack / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Was Beaten by a Girl / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I Wished You Were Dead / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Idea Bulb / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Idiosyncratic Wipes / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
If I Were a Rich Man / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
If It Tastes Bad, It Must Be Good for You / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
If You Ever Do Anything to Hurt Her... / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
If You Thought That Was Bad... / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I'll Pretend I Didn't Hear That / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
I'll Take Two Beers Too / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Imagine Spot / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Imagine Spotting / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Impossible Pickle Jar / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
In My Language, That Sounds Like... / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
In the Blood / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Informed Attractiveness / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Insatiable Newlyweds / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Insult Misfire / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Insult to Rocks / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Intergenerational Friendship / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Internal Reformist / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Interservice Rivalry / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Intimate Marks / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Intoxication Ensues / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Invisible Celebrity Guest / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Ironic Echo Cut / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
It Tastes Like Feet / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
It Will Never Catch On / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
It's Not You, It's Me / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Jackhammered Conversation / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Jacob and Esau / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Jacob Marley Warning / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Jock Dad, Nerd Son / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Jumping the Shark / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Just One Extra Ticket / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Kinky Spanking / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Kiss of Death / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Kissing Cousins / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Knows a Guy Who Knows a Guy / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Lame Comeback / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Language Fluency Denial / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Last-Second Word Swap / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
/ int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Latino Is Brown / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Law of Inverse Fertility / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Layman's Terms / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Lazily Gender Flipped Name / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Less Embarrassing Term / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Letting Her Hair Down / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Lie Back and Think of England / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Like a God to Me / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Like a Son to Me / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Likes Older Men / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Literally Loving Thy Neighbor / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Local Hangout / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Lonely Funeral / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Lonely Together / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Long-Lost Uncle Aesop / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Lost Love Montage / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Lovable Alpha Bitch / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Lovable Sex Maniac / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Love Epiphany / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Love You and Everybody / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Lysistrata Gambit / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mainstream Obscurity / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Majored in Western Hypocrisy / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Make-Out Kids / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Make-Out Point / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Making Love in All the Wrong Places / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mall Santa / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Manifesto-Making Malcontent / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Manly Men Can Hunt / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Marijuana Is LSD / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Massive Numbered Siblings / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Matchmaker Crush / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
May the Farce Be with You / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Maybe Ever After / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mean Boss / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Medium Blending / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Medium-Shift Gag / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Metalhead / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mid-Life Crisis Car / int_22d87fc9
 MilaKunis
seeAlso
That '70s Show
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Minor Flaw, Major Breakup / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mirror Reveal / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Misery Builds Character / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Miss Conception / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mistaken for Cheating / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mistaken for Junkie / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mistaken for Murderer / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mistaken for Pregnant / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mistaken for Thief / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mocking Music / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Möbius Neighborhood / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Momma's Boy / int_22d87fc9
 MonkeesEqualsMonkees
seeAlso
That '70s Show
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Monkeys on a Typewriter / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Moon-Landing Hoax / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mooning / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
More Deadly Than the Male / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Most Definitely Not a Villain / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Movie-Theater Episode / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Mushroom Samba / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Music Video Credits Sequence / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Musical Episode / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Musical Theme Naming / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Must State If You're a Cop / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
My Beloved Smother / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
My Sister Is Off-Limits! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Naked in Mink / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Named by Democracy / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Narration Echo / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Narrowed It Down to the Guy I Recognize / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Nerd Nanny / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Never Got to Say Goodbye / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
New-Age Retro Hippie / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
New Job Episode / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Nighthawks Shot / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
No Accounting for Taste / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
No Adequate Punishment / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
No Communities Were Harmed / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
No Smoking / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
No, You / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Noble Male, Roguish Male / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Non-Specifically Foreign / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Not Allowed to Grow Up / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Not Blood Siblings / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Not in the Face! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Not Now, Kiddo / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Not-So-Forgotten Birthday / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Number of the Beast / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Obnoxious In-Laws / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Of Course I Smoke / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Off to See the Wizard / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Oh, No... Not Again! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Oh Wait, This Is My Grocery List / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
One Head Taller / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
One of the Boys / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Only Child Syndrome / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
/ int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Out of Focus / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Overly Narrow Superlative / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Overprotective Dad / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Ow, My Body Part! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Pair the Dumb Ones / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Pants-Pulling Prank / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Parental Hypocrisy / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Parental Marriage Veto / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Parental Sexuality Squick / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Parents Walk In at the Worst Time / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Parody Episode / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Parting Words Regret / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Passing Notes in Class / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Phrase Catcher / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Picture Day / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Pimp Duds / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Playing Doctor / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Plot-Based Voice Cancellation / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Poor, Predictable Rock / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Popular History / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Porn Stache / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Portmanteau Couple Name / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Poster-Gallery Bedroom / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Post-Script Season / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Power Walk / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Pre-emptive Declaration / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Preemptive / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Prefers Proper Names / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Pregnancy Scare / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Primal Scene / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Pro Wrestling Episode / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Property Line / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
/ int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
/ int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Queer People Are Funny / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Quote Mine / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Radish Cure / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Raised Lighter Tribute / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
/ int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Real Life Writes the Hairstyle / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Real Men Eat Meat / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Real Men Hate Affection / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Real Song Theme Tune / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Really Gets Around / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
/ int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Rear Window Investigation / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Rear Window Witness / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Recurring Camera Shot / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Relatively Flimsy Excuse / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Repeated Cue, Tardy Response / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Returning the Wedding Ring / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Revenge of the Nerd / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Revival by Commercialization / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Riches to Rags / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Riddle for the Ages / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Right Way/Wrong Way Pair / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Road Trip Plot / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Rock–Paper–Scissors / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Round Table Shot / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Runaway Bride / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Ruritania / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sabotutor / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sadly Mythtaken / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Same Content, Different Rating / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sand in My Eyes / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Scenery Censor / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Scrabble Babble / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Screw Politeness, I'm a Senior! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Scully Box / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Secret Relationship / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Self-Induced Allergic Reaction / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sensitive Guy and Manly Man / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Series of the 2000s / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
'70s Hair / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sex for Solace / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sex Is Liberation / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sex with the Ex / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sexy Discretion Shot / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
She Is All Grown Up / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Shipping Bed Death / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Shoe Size Angst / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Shoo Out the New Guy / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Shoulders-Up Nudity / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
/ int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sickly Child Grew Up Strong / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Signature Laugh / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Signature Team Transport / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Signs of Disrepair / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sitcom Arch-Nemesis / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Skinny Dipping / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sleeps in the Nude / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sleeps with Everyone but You / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Slow Clap / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Slumber Party / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Small Town Boredom / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Smoking Is Cool / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Soap Within a Show / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Social Semi-Circle / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Some Call Me / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Someone's Touching My Butt / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sorry Ociffer / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Soul-Sucking Retail Job / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sound-Effect Bleep / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Special Guest / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Split Screen / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Spoonerism / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Stage Whisper / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Staging an Intervention / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Standardized Sitcom Housing / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Starring a Star as a Star / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
/ int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Staying with Friends / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Stealing from the Till / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Stereo Fibbing / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Stigmatic Pregnancy Euphemism / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Stock Foreign Name / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Stock Sitcom Grand Finale / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Stoners Are Funny / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Strangled by the Red String / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Straw Feminist / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Streaking / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Strict Parents Make Sneaky Kids / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Strictly Formula / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Stupid Sexy Flanders / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Stupidest Thing I've Ever Heard / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Subverted Catch Phrase / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Suddenly Ethnicity / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sunglasses at Night / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Suspiciously Apropos Music / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Swapped Roles / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sweater Girl / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Sweet Tooth / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Symbolic Blood / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
T-Word Euphemism / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Talking in Your Sleep / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Teacher/Student Romance / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Team Dad / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Team Mom / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Terrible Interviewees Montage / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Territorial Smurfette / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Test Kiss / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
That Nostalgia Show / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Alcoholic / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Beard / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Bro Code / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Cheerleader / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Couch / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The First Cut Is the Deepest / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Friends Who Never Hang / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Glorious War of Sisterly Rivalry / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The "I Love You" Stigma / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Joy of X / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Lad-ette / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Loins Sleep Tonight / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Maiden Name Debate / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Masochism Tango / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Obi-Wannabe / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Old Country / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The One with... / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Permanent Record / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Precious, Precious Car / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Punishment Is the Crime / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The '70s / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Slacker / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Their First Time / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Think Unsexy Thoughts / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Third Line, Some Waiting / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
This Is Your Song / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Three Stooges Shout-Out / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Ticket-Line Campout / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Tiny Guy, Huge Girl / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Title-Only Opening / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Title, Please! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Totally 18 / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Transatlantic Equivalent / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Tri-County Area / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Trial Balloon Question / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Triang Relations / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Trojan Gauntlet / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Troubled, but Cute / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Trrrilling Rrrs / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Truth-Telling Session / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
20 Minutes into the Past / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Twerp Sweating / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Two Girls to a Team / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Two Scenes, One Dialogue / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Ugly Guy, Hot Wife / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Uncool Undies / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Undermined by Reality / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Undisclosed Native / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Unishment / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Unnecessary Makeover / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Unrequited Love Switcheroo / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Unsuspectingly Soused / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Unwanted Gift Plot / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Uranus Is Showing / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Vader Breath / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Vandalism Backfire / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Verbal Backspace / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Volleying Insults / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Wacky Parent, Serious Child / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Waking Non Sequitur / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Wannabe Line / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Watch the Paint Job / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
We Can Rebuild Him / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
We Want Our Jerk Back / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
We Will Meet Again / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Well-Intentioned Replacement / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
What Does She See in Him? / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
What's He Got That I Ain't Got?! / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Where Did We Go Wrong? / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
White Collar Worker / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Whoopee Cushion / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Wildlife Commentary Spoof / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
With Friends Like These... / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Women Are Wiser / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Work Off the Debt / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Working Title / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
World of Snark / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Worthless Foreign Degree / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Wrench Wench / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Written-In Absence / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Written Sound Effect / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
X Called; They Want Their Y Back / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Yawn and Reach / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Yoko Oh No / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
You Are Grounded / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
You Just Told Me / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
You Know What They Say / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
You Must Be Cold / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Your Makeup Is Running / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Your Television Hates You / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Zeerust / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Love at First Punch / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
No Sparks / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Parenting the Husband / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
The Gentleman or the Scoundrel / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
Valley Girl / int_22d87fc9
 That '70s Show
hasFeature
With a Foot on the Bus / int_22d87fc9
 that70sshow
sameAs
That '70s Show