That '70s Show

Season 1 Episode 24

Hyde Moves In

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jul 19, 1999 on FOX
9.1
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The gang goes skinny-dipping and Jackie gets sick. Hyde moves in with the Formans when his mom runs away with a trucker. Bob takes a liking to one of Midge's feminist friends.

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  • Hyde Moves In

    10
    "Hyde Moves In" was one of those momentous episodes of the series in which every line and scene made you laugh or giggle in some way. For me at least, the laugh was nonstop here. All the characters shined here and we just saw some golden writing here.



    We got a fantastic cold opening that set the rest of the episode in motion in which everyone decides to go skinny dipping. Then we've actually got some emotion with Hyde and his mom stepping out on him. Loved the setup for this considering we knew he's always had problems at home, and we saw it more than ever in "Career Day."



    We got some heartfelt scenes between Hyde & Eric. A hilarious yet still emotional scene between Red & Hyde. Jackie & Kelso's story line just added to that hilarity. The scene when Kelso sees Jackie's face was priceless. Memorable scene to say the least. Overall, a truly perfect episode of That 70s Show, and that's hard to come by!moreless
  • Poor Hyde

    9.9
    Without many, how do you support someone who is not even aprt of your family? Answer: Kitty forces you to. I really like the diea of Eric and Hyde being 'brothers' in this episode. It was definitely one of the best storylines in That '70s Show history. I just pity how Hyde's mother could treat him that way. It's a very sad situation. This story has a moral and a very good one at that. I wished it had more focus on other characters though. It was too Hyde-centric and Forma family centric. Although the Kelso and Jackie story was hilarious aswell.



    Overall, great episode.moreless
  • This episode is about Hyde moving in with the Formans after his mom abandons him and has the greatest Red moment ever.

    9.0
    This episode has alot in common with a Happy Days episode "Fonzie Moves In" (Where the Fonz moves in with the Cunninghams), but it's awesome anyway. You feel so bad for Hyde, when his own mom leaves him...without any food or money...So she can have an affair with a trucker! This takes bad parenting to a capital "B". Also, Red letting Hyde move in with him, in the form of an angry, profainty-laced tirade!Awesome Red moment ever (before Red turns into a sociopatic, anger-ridden bully to everyone except his wife). All in all, a great second to last episode of the first season. :)moreless
  • this was a good ep

    9.0
    in this ep of the show that 70s show erik and the gang are driving and they decide to skinny dip and he does thing is that erik and the gang lose ther all ther cloths and they go to hydes to hide that there all naked and they find out that hides parents are gone well his mother went away to be with some trucker and so so hyde is alone and then he and erik start to hangout and erik gets his partnes to let him stay with them and the moment that red has is hilrious and very funnymoreless
  • Hyde's mother takes off with a trucker, and when Eric and his mother see the environment that Hyde is left to stay in, they beg Red to let Hyde move in.moreless

    8.8
    All the torture Hyde's mom has given him has now come to an end! She left him! And the gang first realizes this after the go skinny dipping. Someone stole their clothes, and Hyde says they can wear some of the old clothes at his empty house. At first, Hyde explains his mom is just out of town, but no one, especially Eric, is fooled. As a good friend, Eric confirms that Hyde's mom has left, and brings him food. Then he invites him to spend some nights at his own house to get dinner regularly. Then he explains to his parents that Hyde's mother left him - something Hyde didn't want Forman to do. Red's against it at first, but then he and Kitty take a trip to Hyde's home. A home that looks like a tornado hit it. Red's still defiant against letting Hyde move in, but with some sweet talk from Kitty, he changes his mind, and Hyde finally has a proper home with edible food!moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • (Hyde throws his phone at the wall when he sees Eric)
      Hyde: Hey Forman.
      Eric: Hi.
      Hyde: Come on in. make yourself at home. I'm out of beer, but if you want you could break something.
      Eric: Actually, I had my eye on the phone, so...

    • Eric: Hey, Dad. Can I talk to you for a sec? Do you think that Hyde can stay for dinner?
      Red: Eric, again? I can't afford to feed your friend. I can't even afford to feed you, but the law requires me to!

    • Red: Pork chops? I thought we agreed do stick to a budget! Pork chops aren't cheap!
      Kitty: Well, you know, on the way to the market, I tried to run over a cat. But they are just so darn speedy!

    • Red: (bleep) Damn it! I am tired of being (bleep) Santa Claus! Steven, you get your (bleep) together and you get your ass in the (bleep) damn car! We're going! (bleep) Now (bleep) damn it! Move it!
      Hyde: Okay.
      Kitty: You are just the sweetest man alive.
      Red: (bleep)!

    • Red: No, I'm not going over there. That's final. I am not Santa Claus.
      Kitty: Well, thank God you're not Santa Claus, Red. You scare the hell out of children.

    • Red: Eric, didn't I tell you to wash up for dinner. I know, it's difficult to hear with your head up your ass.

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • (talking about Hyde)
      Eric:His mom's gone, and I know he doesn't want any help, but the Donner Party didn't get any help, and they ate each other, so.....

      The Donner Party was a group of settlers travelling to California in the winter of 1846 - 47. They were trapped in the mountains without food, and resorted to cannibalism to survive.

    • Kelso: Yeah, no parents would be cool. Like The Lord of the Flies.

      Lord of the Flies is a 1954 book by William Golding, about a group of boys stranded without parents on an island. They deteriorate into savages.

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