That '70s Show

When the Levee Breaks (a.k.a. Eric and Donna Play House)

Season 5, Ep 15, Aired 2/12/03
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  • Episode Description
  • When Bob goes out of town, Eric and Donna decide to "practice" being married at her house. The gang is excited because they think this is a chance to party all weekend at the Pinciotti's place, until Eric and Donna are forced to set them straight. Meanwhile, Kitty goes to the jewelers to pick up a ring she thinks Red got her as a surprise. But she discovers the real surprise: it's actually an engagement ring for Donna.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Catherine Gurbaxani Wright

  • Mila Kunis

    Jackie Burkhart

  • Ashton Kutcher

    Michael Kelso

  • Timothy Ryder

  • Patrick Kienlen

  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • Play House; Adult Edition!

    By FrigginGodess, Oct 25, 2008

  • The beginning of living hell.

    By Canogaparkcindy, Jul 29, 2008

  • Folks find out!

    By jimbo_001, May 23, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Red (to Fez): Don't pussyfoot around! I make three calls, you're back on that raft you floated in on.

    • Kitty: Eric should have told me about his engagement, because in this house, we don't keep secrets. (Red walks in) Red: What are you talking about? Kitty: Cheesecake! Different types of cheesecake! Red: Oh. Sorry I missed that. Kitty (to Jackie): Don't judge me!

    • Red: Well you tick me off too and I'm locking you out of the house too, Eric.

    • Jackie: See, I don't know why Eric and Donna have to 'practice' being married. I mean it's simple! A good wife should be a cook in the kitchen, a maid in the living room, and an acrobat in the bedroom. And I can hire a cook and a maid! Hyde: I am liking you more and more.

    • Fez: No party, no pooper!

    Trivia (1)

    • In this episode, the Formans' address is shown as 418. In the episode Kelso's Career, Donna's house, which is next door, has the address 831.

    Allusions (1)

    • Eric: Hey, Dad, it's my life, okay? I'm grown up now. Red: Grown up? Well, you sure say that a lot so it must be true. Let me try it. 'Hey everybody, I'm Mr. Rogers!' But wait! I'm not wearing a sweater. And I'm about to kick your ass! Mr. Rogers was the host of the children's show, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood; he always wore a sweater and was affable, kind and soft-spoken, the exact opposite of Red Forman.

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