That '70s Show

Season 6 Episode 11

I Can See For Miles

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 11, 2004 on FOX
8.8
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Kelso is ecstatic when Brooke asks him to be involved in her doctor's meeting for their upcoming baby, but he runs into a problem when he can't find his van. Hyde is exactly the opposite of ecstatic when Jackie redecorates his room with bright colors and lights that looks like a girl's room. Eric and Donna also set out to discover (in Kelso's van) what Mount Hump is like. Red is also upset that Bob gave him shoes, until he reluctantly begins to like them.moreless

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    9.2
    All the plots were enjoyable and funny in this episode, with an enjoyable flow of the editing and transitioning. A good interaction with most of the characters, it's good to see that this show hasn't forgotten to be funny. In this episode, Brooke starts to rust Michael more so she agrees to let him take her to her doctor's appointment. Meanwhile Eric & Donna scout for places to have their wedding. They steal Kelso's van since Kelso is always taking things without permission. They end up going to Mt. Hump, which is a hilarious running gag throughout the episode. Hyde is angry at Jackie when she redecorates his room, and turns it to a girl room. Red feels uncomfortable when Bob gives him shoes as a present. The two plots with Hyde & Red intertwine and become similar as the episode develops. Hyde & Red both end up liking the things they got, even though they're not supposed to. A great Jackie/Hyde plot in my opinion. Jackie takes the decorations down after Hyde yells at her, now he wants them back so he has to admit that he loves the room. Red finds out that Bob was just trying to screw him over by giving him the shoes, which makes him more comfortable with accepting the shoes. Eric & Donna end up totaling Kelso's van. Brooke loses trust in Michael when he picks her up with a bike. All is resolved when Brooke finds out it was Eric's fault. Goodbye Kelso's second van. You will be missed. Kelso ends up getting a convertible in the end. A hilarious episode, I recall laughing in every scene. Great episode.moreless
  • Red: What the heck is wrong with you, Bob? Shoes are an inappropriate gift to give a man!

    9.2
    The scene that juxtaposes Hyde in his bedroom and Red with his shoes is is hilarious. The song and their reactions are so great that scene makes this whole episode. Then at the end when Bob reveals that he gave the shoes to Red just to be messing with him and then Hyde reveals that he loves his room and feels like Laura Ingels. That part of the episode is classic. On the other side, Donna and Eric at Mount Hump were really funny as well and when he destroys Kelso's van just as he needs it. An overall funny episode.moreless
  • Eric and Donna go to Mt Hump.

    9.4
    Kelso doesn’t seem to have much luck with vans. Once every three seasons, his van is either destroyed or sunk, never to be seen again, so in this episode, Kelso breaks the pattern and buys a convertible that a guy got stabbed in. This plot was very funny, payback really being a b!tch and quite exaggerated at that.



    Bob getting Red shoes is also fantastic, the ending where Bob actually is Red’s friend just trying to screw him, being very amusing, along with Hyde liking his girly room, and Fez playing with melted dolls. I’m really enjoying the hilarity of Brooke’s pregnancy, because no matter how hard he tries, Kelso always manages to screw it up somehow. This is yet another great episode from a terrific show.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • When Kelso tries to take Red's car, he uses all kinds of words and phrases he shouldn't even know! suddenly he knows words like 'suffice'?!
      Response:
      Kelso's done this before; he wants to try to 'impress' Red by being 'intelligent'. He likely copied it from friends/TV/whatever

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Red: Shoes are an innapropriate gift to give to another man.
      Kitty: What about when you joined the service? Another man issued your boots.
      Red: So? He gave me a gun so I let it go.
      Kitty: Why can't you just accept the gift because Bob is your friend?
      Red: Kitty you don't understand. We don't give each other presents. We just ignore each other.

    • (Bob has just given Red a pair of shoes)
      Kitty: Oh he gave you shoes. What do you say Red?
      Red (to Bob): What the heck is wrong with you?
      Kitty: We say thank you very much.
      Red: Don't you think it's a little odd for a man to be giving another man a pair of shoes?
      Bob: I thought they would go nice with your tan pants.
      Red: Quit thinking about my pants. My legs and what covers them is my business.

    • Hyde: It looks like something for a girl...
      Fez: I like it.
      Hyde: ...or Fez!

    • Hyde: (about his room) Jackie, just put it all back, okay? Make it ugly and dirty like I like it.
      Jackie: Well, excuse me for spending all morning putting up twinkle lights that are breath-taking, pillows as soft as marshmallows, and scented candles that make you feel like you're running through a field like Laura freakin' Ingalls!

    • Fez: So I told Hyde he could watch while Jackie and I do it, and he hit my ass with a twinkle light!!!

    • Jackie: When I look at myself in the mirror, I'm happy.
      Fez: When I look at you, I'm happy too. But when you talk, meh..

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Jackie: ....and scented candles that make you feel like you're running through a field like Laura freakin' Ingalls!

      Jackie is referring to the opening credits sequence of Little House on the Prairie, a drama which ran from 1974 to 1984, in which Laura Ingalls and her sisters run through a field of tall grass and flowers.

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