That '70s Show

The Seeker

Season 6, Ep 25, Aired 5/19/04
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  • Episode Description
  • Everyone does their best to cheer Donna up after Eric disappeared before the wedding. Midge even shows up to console her daughter, but her arrival causes an awkward scene with Bob and Pam. Also, Hyde lands in the hospital after he takes Donna to the water tower for a talk. While Kitty looks after Hyde, she goes through his medical records and stumbles upon a life-altering piece of news.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Gregg Mettler

  • Brooke Shields

    Pamela Burkhart

  • Mila Kunis

    Jackie Burkhart

  • Dean Batali

  • Ashton Kutcher

    Michael Kelso

  • Fan Reviews (6)
  • Midge returns to console Donna but things get awkward when she sees Bob with Pam

    By tigerdude22, Jul 13, 2011

  • This should of been the Season 7 premiere.

    By Canogaparkcindy, Jul 28, 2008

  • The sixth season comes to a close.

    By jimbo_001, May 29, 2007

  • Well this could have been a little more reallistic

    By Kennybenny15, May 22, 2007

  • A great seson finale. A little mystery and some closure.

    By tdakoo, May 24, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • (as Kitty is about to reveal to Hyde that she uncovered his real father's identity) Red: Alright Steven, for the record I told her to mind her own business. And then she said 'fine, you can make your own dinner.' So, haha, here we are!

    • Kitty: I know something very interesting about someone we know very well. Red: Oh no! None of your supermarket gossip. If half of what you say is true everybody in this town would have VD.

    • Donna: Where the hell is Eric, and why did he do this to me? Fez: Um, okay, um... Eric was afraid getting married and staying here was a mistake... (puts on a nearby football helmet) You know, because you would be giving up your dream of traveling the world and becoming a ball-breaking feminist.

    • Donna: (on the water tower with Hyde) Eric, what a dink, right? You know I had to call everybody and tell them wedding's off. The only good thing is there's a rumor going around that he's gay, which is nice. Hyde: Look, man. I mean, I know you're mad. But, you know, Forman was trying to do the right thing. He just did it in the wrong way. Donna: Yeah, but Hyde, I don't care why he did it. I can never forgive him. When I called my mom, I just cried and cried. Hyde: Really? I can't see you crying. I've seen Forman cry. It was a lot of: Heh! Shut up! I'm not crying! (Waving his hands around his eyes.) Heh! Heh! Donna: I wanna be mad. Don't make me laugh! (punches Hyde, but he falls off the water tower) Hyde: Whoa, WHOA! (crashes through some trees, and then thuds) Donna: OH MY GOD, HYDE! ARE YOU OKAY? Hyde: I'M TOO OLD FOR THIS CRAP! Donna: Why am I stronger than all the guys I hang out with?

    • Donna: I don't believe this! I got left at the altar, and I'm worrying about what my dad's doing; who he's doing it with; and if I open that door, am I going to see it? Pam: Well, whatever your father's doing, he's doing with me, and we're doing it pretty much everywhere, so knock.

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    Notes (2)

    • Tanya Roberts (Midge Pinciotti) was credited as "Special Guest Appearance by"; Brooke Shields (Pamela Burkhart) was credited as "Special Appearance by".

    • This episode was taped on Friday, March 26, 2004.

    Trivia (3)

    • When Hyde and Donna are on the water tower talking, you can see the pot leaf that the gang painted there in the first season episode Water Tower, as well as "Michael + Jackie" painted by Kelso and Fez's "self-portrait" that were put there in the fifth season episode The Immigrant Song.

    • The music used in this episode was: Thirteen (1972) by Big Star.

    • Fez (to Donna): Hey, look at the bright side. Now I can spy on you from Eric's empty bedroom instead of climbing up a tree where there's no place to put my juice box. Juice boxes were not created until around 1985/1986, and not the late 70's.

    Allusions (1)

    • Kelso: [Bob]'s like the Rocky of bagging two ladies. Kelso is comparing Bob to Rocky Balboa, the underdog boxer in the 1976 movie Rocky.

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