That '70s Show

Vanstock

Season 2, Ep 6, Aired 11/2/99
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  • Episode Description
  • Eric, Donna, Kelso, Hyde and Fez are all going to Vanstock, Wisconsin's own Woodstock. Jackie says she doesn't want to go, so Kelso invites Laurie. In the end, both girls go leaving Kelso stuck in the middle. Donna gets mad at Eric for not telling her about Kelso and Jackie. Fez spends the night girl chatting to Jackie and Laurie, much to Kelso's chagrin while Hyde attempts drop him in it. Red becomes addicted to soaps.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Terry Turner

  • Jay Johnson

    Chuck & Bob

  • Mila Kunis

    Jackie Burkhart

  • Mark Brazill

  • Ashton Kutcher

    Michael Kelso

  • Fan Reviews (5)
  • Donna finds out that Kelso cheated on Jackie with Laurie

    By tigerdude22, Jun 15, 2011

  • The gang goes to a rock concert and has a blast, except for Kelso, who has to make sure Jackie doesn't find out that he's cheating on her with Laurie, who is also going to Vanstock.

    By pudgebyrd722, Nov 28, 2009

  • Vanstock.

    By Grey90, Aug 18, 2008

  • Donna finds out about Kelso & Laurie.

    By Canogaparkcindy, Jul 16, 2008

  • Donna finds out about Kelso and Laurie

    By jimbo_001, Feb 27, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • Eric: Hey Dad, can I go to Vanstock with the guys this weekend? Red: What the hell is a Vanstock? Eric: Well, it's like Woodstock but with a greater emphasis on vans. Red: Sounds stupid. Have a good time.

    • (Jackie shows up to go to Vanstock) Donna: Um, Jackie, look, you know, before you surprise Kelso, there's something going on that you should know. Jackie: What? Donna: You know, Vanstock is going to be really boring, and it's going to be muddy, and you know, there's a good chance that there's going to be Canadians there. Jackie: Ewww! Hyde: No, no, Jackie, you should go! You can't let the Canadians win!

    • (Midge and Red are watching TV and a soap opera starts) Midge: Okay, shh, shh, it's starting. That's Heather; she's carrying Jeff's baby only Jeff is Intensive Care, he's got a bullet in his brain. Red: Isn't he the lucky bastard?

    • (about the Hospital banquet) Kitty (to Red): Well, Honey, I don't think it's going to be that bad. And, if it is, I can always give you a shot of Demerol. Hyde: You have Demerol? (pause) I mean... what's, what's Demerol?

    • Hyde: Oh, man, [Jackie and Laurie]'re going to the restroom? You know what girls do in the restroom, right? Kelso: Oh, I like to pretend like they don't do that. Hyde: Not that, man. They talk! Kelso: So? Hyde: To each other! Kelso: Oh my god! Girls, wait up! (he runs after them)

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    Notes (3)

    • Mark Sanchez, Cindy Gardner, and Jay Wejebe were nominated for an Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Makeup for a Series" for their work in this episode.

    • Gabriella Pollino (Hair Supervisor) and Cindy Costello (Hair Stylist), and Valerie Scott (Hair Stylist) were nominated for an Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series" for their work on this episode.

    • This is the only episode of season 2 that doesn't have a 360 sequence.

    Trivia (1)

    • The music used in this episode was: I'm In Love With A Girl (1974) by Big Star; Three's Company Theme Song (1977) (sung by Hyde, Jackie and Laurie).

    Allusions (2)

    • The ending credits sequence was a spoof of Soap, a half hour comedy that was a spoof in itself of soap shows. It ran on ABC from 1977-1981. They used the same theme music, and featured a cameo from Jay Johnson who played Bob, as well as the voice-over narration of Rod Roddy, who did the end credit narrations for Soap. In this narration, Donna's lost sister Tina is mentioned; this is the only mention of her since her appearance in Eric's Burger Job (Season 1, episode 5). She is never mentioned or seen again.

    • On the way to Vanstock, Hyde asks if anyone knows the words to the theme song from Three's Company. Three's Company was a sitcom that ran from 1977 to 1984; it was about a man sharing an apartment with two women and so was quite similar to Kelso's situation.

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