Donna: Being alone isn't that bad. It's a great opportunity to get to know yourself and be comfortable with who you are.
Jackie: Oh, Donna, I already love myself I just want to french someone.
Eric: Kelso, I'm gonna nix the funnel on account I think it repels women.
Kelso: Hey, any woman who doesn't appreciate a nice funnel isn't much of a woman.
Bud: What's with the keg?
Hyde: Throwing a little party. You know, 'tis the season to get sloppy.
Jackie: This will be the first year I celebrate Christmas without a boyfriend.
Donna: And Jesus wept.
Red: Kitty, why are you smoking?
Kitty: It's my Yuletide cigarette!
Eric: You know, Hyde, when I first met your dad, I thought he was a real dirtbag. But then I realized there's a fine line between dirtbag... and FATHER OF THE YEAR!
Eric: (imitating Red) I'm Red. I don't like parties because I'm a big, bald party pooper.
(after crashing Hyde's party)
Bud: Now clean up all this crap, take the trash out and eat a banana, dumbass!
Kitty: I think we should get in the car, pick up Steven and move him back in with us and feed him and clothe him and love him.
Red: No. I'm not loving anybody that I'm not legally required to.
Eric (after drinking): My head hurts.
Red: That's your brain trying to comprehend its own stupidity.
Eric: Kelso, it's fine. I'm not that drunk... I just can't walk, or see... Man, that was a great party.
Robert Hays (Bud Hyde) was credited as "Special Appearance by".
The names of the firemen that Jackie hits on in the bar (Rob and Dean) are most likely named after "That 70s Show" writers Rob des Hotel and Dean Batali.
Kitty: I mean, what kind of parent leaves a bunch of teenagers alone with a keg?
Eric: A fun one?
Red: Hey, Jim Beam, can it.
Red calls the drunken Eric "Jim Beam." This is the name of a popular brand name bourbon whiskey.