That '70s Show

Sweet Lady

Season 8, Ep 10, Aired 1/26/06
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  • Episode Description
  • Jackie meets the local star while at the salon with Fez: talk show host Christine St. George. Her new goal in life is to be Christine's co-anchor on "What's Up Wisconsin?", but breaking in to show business is harder than she thought it would be. She finally gets a job working with Christine, but it's not quite the job she wanted. Randy wants to take Donna away to a cabin, which makes her suspect his intentions; Red takes Hyde to his Lodge, and Hyde's intentions come under suspicion.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Carol Ann Susi


  • Danny Masterson

    Steven Hyde

  • Dick Van Patten


  • Charlie McDaniel

  • Laura Prepon

    Donna Pinciotti

  • Fan Reviews (5)
  • 810

    By Canogaparkcindy, Aug 11, 2008

  • When do they learn to stop

    By ete-san, Mar 26, 2006

  • Jackie gets a new job.

    By jimbo_001, May 10, 2008

  • I wouldn't call this episode a classic, but it certainly had some quality gags and inside jokes.

    By grtnyp, Jan 28, 2006

  • Bring back the good ones!!!

    By wbfreak54, Jan 27, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Jackie: You know what? I'm gonna write Christine a letter and ask her for a job. Kitty: Oh, no, no, no, no, no! You have got to go talk to her in person. Trust me, there is nothing celebrities like more than people showing up in their offices!

    • Red: See, that's the thing about marriage. No one tells you about the three rings. There's the engagement ring, the wedding ring and the suffering.

    • Red: Steven, you have finally reached that point of your life where you're no longer a dumb ass kid. You're a dumb ass man. Fez: Wow, those dumb ass teen years just flew by.

    • Jackie: Fez, I wanna find work but it's really hard. I spent all morning going to every store in the mall. And when I find the right outfit, I'm gonna look for job.

    • Hyde: C'mon man, don't you know how guys think? Donna: Not really. The only guy I've ever been with was Eric and as far as I know, a typical guy's thoughts are, "Who will win in a fight, Bigfoot or Chewbacca?" Hyde: Alright, here's what a typical guy thinks about: sex, beer and pinball. Now, if a guy can have sex while drinking a beer on a pinball machine, well that's the beautiful story how I met my wife.

    Notes (1)

    • Both Dick Van Patten (Murph) and Gavin MacLeod (Smitty) were credited as "Special Appearance by".

    Allusions (2)

    • Smitty: I love boats! This exit line by Smitty, played by Gavin MacLeod, is a reference to his time spent playing the role of Cpt. Merrill Stubing on the popular ABC show The Love Boat, which ran from 1977 to 1987.

    • The entire final credits sequence contains references to The Mary Tyler Moore Show; the layout of the newsroom is the same as in that show, with Gavin MacLeod sitting at the same desk; the story that he gives Christine is about Minneapolis, which is where The Mary Tyler Moore Show was set; and Christine throws Jackie's beret in the air, which is what was done at the end of the opening credits for that show.

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