That '70s Show

Red's Birthday

Season 2, Ep 10, Aired 12/7/99
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  • Episode Description
  • It's Red's birthday and the roof collapses so Eric gets him some 2 x 4s to fix it. Bob and Midge take Red and Kitty out for dinner but they each bring a date and ditch them to do it in the car. Eric is mad at Donna for talking to Hyde about her parent's problems instead of talking to him.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Richard Kline

    Ted

  • Terry Turner

  • Mila Kunis

    Jackie Burkhart

  • Mark Brazill

  • Ashton Kutcher

    Michael Kelso

  • Fan Reviews (6)
  • Red and Kitty go out to dinner with Bob and Midge for Red's birthday

    By tigerdude22, Jun 13, 2011

  • Red wakes up to his birthday with a hole in his ceiling, and then has to suffer more when Bob and Midge take him and Kitty out to dinner with other dates.

    By pudgebyrd722, Dec 05, 2009

  • A very good episode :).

    By Grey90, Aug 18, 2008

  • The second birthday episode in the series!

    By Canogaparkcindy, Aug 03, 2008

  • Red's Birthday......

    By LuckyWallace9, Apr 07, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Kelso: Hyde's right. One time I asked Jackie what was wrong, and she didn't shut up for, like, three straight days! Fez: You know, Kelso, sometimes, you do not know what you have until it is gone. And then someone else has it, and it is not you. And then that someone else is really happy. Kelso: What are you talking about? Hyde: You don't know what he's talking about? That's it, get the helmet!

    • Red (to Bob and Midge): So, you two are going to save your marriage by dating strangers. Great. Midge: When you say it like that, Red, it sounds stupid. Red: Okay, Midge, say it so it doesn't sound stupid.

    • Eric: Man, last night we could hear the Pinciottis fighting all the way across the driveway. It was horrible. It was all, (imitating Bob) 'You're the devil, Midge!' and (imitating Midge) 'Oh, Bob, shut up!' Kelso (laughing and imitating Eric imitating Midge): 'Oh, Bob, shut up!' That's classic! Hyde: Man, if you get any dumber, you're going to need a helmet.

    • Kitty: Bob and Midge want to take us out to dinner tonight. Red: Bob and Midge? Kitty, it's my birthday! Kitty: I know but they like you and they want you to have fun on your birthday like I do. Red: If they really liked me they'd leave me alone!

    • Bob: Hey, Donna, Eric, glad you're here, great news! Midge: Your father and I had sex. Donna: Oh my god.

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    Notes (1)

    • Jenilee Harrison and Richard Kline were both on the hit sitcom Three's Company (1977-1984).

    Allusions (3)

    • Ted: Speaking of, has anyone read Equus? I gave a copy to Midge, but, no offence, Sweetie, it may be a little too deep for her. Midge: Wait a minute, what do you mean, 'no offence'? Ted: Well, I mean, don't be offended. Midge: Oh! Equus is a 1973 play written by Peter Shaffer; it is a play about a psychiatrist who tries to help a young man who is fascinated by horses. The psychiatrist has to first find a way to communicate with the boy, before he can solve the puzzle of why the boy blinded six horses.

    • (Bob and Midge enter the restaurant with their dates) Bob: Hey, hey, the gang's all here. This is my date, Carol. Midge: And this is my date, Ted. This is an homage to the 1969 movie Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, about two sexually enlightened couples.

    • Red: What the hell are you doing in my livingroom? Kelso: Watching Star Trek... in color. See that guy, he’s one side black and one side white and the other guy is one side white, one side black. In color! Not only is the gang watching Star Trek, but the episode that they're watching is Let That Be Your Last Battlefield.

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