That '70s Show

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Season 4, Ep 20, Aired 3/19/02
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  • Episode Description
  • While trying to come up with a quote for the yearbook, the gang recalls how they met for the first time. They go through the times when they each met each other, no matter how embarrassing or stupid they were. They also try to work out a saying to put under each of their pictures. Kelso finally comes up with the perfect quote for them all, "It's been a long, strange Forman's basement!" The gang also realizes how strong their friendship is.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Mila Kunis

    Jackie Burkhart

  • Broc Benedict

    Eric At 13

  • Ethan Peck

    Kelso At 13

  • Ashton Kutcher

    Michael Kelso

  • Nina Jefferies

    Donna At 13

  • Fan Reviews (10)
  • 420

    By Canogaparkcindy, Jul 29, 2008

  • now we know how they met each other

    By dragondude4, Aug 17, 2010

  • Well, okay; it really didn't feel like a clip show. But, hey; the origins are all filled in.

    By FrigginGodess, Oct 25, 2008

  • Now we know how everyone met.

    By exterminator25, Sep 16, 2007

  • I think this is a very great landmark in That '70s Show's history. It's about the gang having to come up with a quote in the yearbook and they reminice about there past and how they all met. It also shows all the times Kelso beat up Kelso and it was funny

    By FezNJackie, Aug 24, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (10)

    • (at age 13) Hyde: No way is Samantha hotter than Jeannie! Hey, I heard they made an episode they never aired where Jeannie gets totally naked. The government banned it. Kelso: All I know is, with one little nose twitch, Samantha's clothes could be off! And that's hot. Eric: What if you didn't have to choose? What if you could be with both... at the same time? Kelso (jaw dropping): Is that legal?

    • Kelso: My friend once, he had this really big zit, and he tried to pop it, and all the pus went into his brain, and it killed him. Donna: Really Kelso? What friend? Kelso: You didn't know him. Donna: That's 'cause he doesn't exist. Kelso: 'Cause he's dead now!

    • Fez: My name is (the school bell rings for a couple of seconds, without hearing his name.) Hyde: Okay, I'm not gonna remember that. Kelso: I know! Let's call him Captain Poo Face!

    • (when the guys first meet Fez) Hyde (to Fez): Look man, if those jocks try to do this to you again, just come find me. Fez: Thanks. You're my best friend. Let's hold hands.

    • Hyde: Hey. Speaking of boobs, Forman's growing one out of his forehead. Eric: What? Fez: Oh Eric, your curse has returned. Donna: Yeah, it needs a bra. Kelso: Oh yeah, Dolly Parton called your forehead, she wants her boob back.

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    Trivia (7)

    • In this episode Hyde and Eric meet at age seven after Hyde protects Eric from Donna who had just moved in next door. But in the season one episode First Date, Eric says that he and Hyde have been friends since kindergarten.

    • When Fez is telling Eric, Kelso and Hyde what his real name is (covered by the ringing school bell) he is actually saying all the names of the cast members. You can clearly see him saying "Ashton Kutcher" as he starts saying "Fez's" name.

    • The music used in this episode was: Truckin' (1970) by The Greatful Dead.

    • In this episode, Kelso says that he's the only one who's never seen Donna's breasts. However, in the first season episode Hyde Moves In, at the beginning of the episode, everyone goes skinny dipping. So Kelso must have seen her breasts.

    • In episode #1 "Pilot" Donna says "you could have had me when I was four". But in this episode they first met when they where seven.

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    Allusions (1)

    • Little Hyde: So who's stronger? Jeannie or Samantha? I Dream Of Jeannie was a half-hour sitcom which began in the mid-60s, starring Barbara Eden as Jeannie, a scantily-clad genie who served her master, but usually ended up making things worse, like turning his boss into a monkey. Bewitched was a half-hour sitcom which also began in the mid-60s, starring Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha Stevens, a witch who tried not to use her witchcraft, but occasionally did use it to help her husband.

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