I thought this wasn't going to be that great since That 70s Show isn't the best with two parters, but this episode managed to be almost just as good as the last episode. It managed to be relatable to the last episode without having anything to do with it, which made this episode fresh. There was a lot of laughs in this episode as well and it contributed to the on going arc this season which was of Eric & Donna's engagement, and Kelso & Brooke's relationship.
All the plots were hysterical and they contained development in all sense of the word. After Eric & Donna's recent pregnancy scare, Kitty, Red, Bob & Hyde think that they should go to pre-marital counseling. They end up lying to the counselor that they have never had sex before, and that they were saving themselves for marriage. They end up being upstaged by the priest in front of the whole church, as far as the church knows, Eric & Donna are virgins. They end up confessing that they aren't virgins, and here comes the development: After the recent revelation, Donna thinks that Eric & her should be celibate until they get married. Eric reluctantly has to agree. This becomes a running gag throughout the rest of the season, and it brought the possibility of many hilarious plots this season. Kelso continues to lie to Brooke about his grades, the lies blow up literally when he sets fire the police academy on flare day. Another hilarious plot that surprisingly brought development. After walking around eggshells when around Brooke, Kelso finally admits to the truth. Now Brooke can trust him, and they start a relationship. I like Brooke & Kelso together and this was a perfect setting stone in their relationship. Bottom line: Although not as good as the first part, this episode brought hilarity, development, and just fun in general. I really enjoyed this installment.