That '70s Show

Season 7 Episode 8


Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 17, 2004 on FOX



  • Trivia

    • (to Fez, about Eric's roller disco hobby)
      Kitty: You can't tell anyone. I promised Eric I'd keep it a secret. Besides, you used to roller disco with Jackie.

      Fez and Jackie won the roller disco contest in Kenosha in the third season episode Roller Disco.

  • Quotes

    • Hyde: Listen, Sis, about the whole job thing... I thought about going head to head with you but I decided that I just can't stoop to your level.
      Angie: Well, good.
      Hyde: But she can. (points to Jackie who is whispering to other employees) Right now, she's telling everybody we work with that you stripped your way through college.
      Angie: Please, like anybody's gonna believe her. My dad's rich.
      Hyde: Oh, no no no. You didn't strip because you needed the money. Word around the water cooler is you stripped because you liked it.

    • Jackie: This is my company at stake.
      Hyde: Jackie, would you stop saying that everything that's mine is yours.
      Jackie: Okay Steven, last Valentine's Day I gave you a card that said "Be Mine" and you said "yes"... and by saying "yes" you agreed that everything you had, have, or will have, from now on till the end of time, is mine as well. Read the fine print, Steven!

    • Angie: My dad said that if I did well in college, someday the business would be mine, and I did my part, so there's no way I'm gonna share everything with some frizzy haired kid fresh out of juvie.
      Hyde: Okay, I'm working at that company because our dad wants me there. And don't insult me with that "juvie" crap. I'm over 18, if I get pinched I'm doing big boy time.

    • Jackie: Who does Angie think she is anyway? She can't just walk in here and pull your strings like you're some kind of puppet! That's my job!

    • Hyde (to Angie): Hey, believe me. This is the easiest job I ever had.
      Kelso (to Hyde): Wait, what about the time you got paid 2 bucks to eat everything out of the Forman's fridge, and you threw up all over the place?
      Hyde: That was you.
      Kelso: Oh yeah! That was awesome!

    • Fez: Did you know that I'm a shampoo boy down at the beauty salon? Yes, ladies come from miles around to be touched by these magic hands.
      Angie: Is that why they're all dry and chapped?
      Fez: No, that's from my day off.

    • (after Jackie takes a cupcake Kelso was going to take)
      Kelso: What are you doing? You knew I was gonna take that one!
      Jackie: Oh well, too late.
      Kelso: You know, you're always doing that. That is the reason why we broke up!
      Jackie (angrily): We broke up because you were always cheating on me!
      Kelso: That and the cupcake thing!

    • Kelso: You know what your problem is, Eric? I'm too good looking.

    • Hyde: I used to play this one game called Stoop. What you do is you sit in a stoop and you chuck things at passersby. I was a pro.
      Eric: I was a passerby.

    • Hyde: Jackie, if there's ever a gameshow called "Make That Girl Cry", I'd go on with you.
      Jackie: Oh, we'd so win the car.

  • Notes

    • Vince Rohr (Sound Mixer), Charlie McDaniel (Re-Recording Mixer), and Craig Porter (Re-Recording Mixer - laughs) were nominated for an Emmy for "Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special" for their work on this episode.

    • Michael Karlich (Editor) was nominated for an Emmy for "Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series" for his work on this episode.

    • Garvin Eddy (Production Designer) and Tara Stephenson (Set Decorator) were nominated for an Emmy for "Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series" for their work on this episode.

    • Napiera Groves originally was set to play Angie.

  • Allusions

    • Eric: I saw these pair of roller skates and when I tried them on, it was like the first time Joe Namath laid his hands on a baseball bat.

      Joe Namath was a famous football player who played from 1965 to 1978. He was most famous for playing for the New York Jets, and he played quarterback. He won Super Bowl III for the Jets in 1968. He never played baseball.

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