That '70s Show

Season 4 Episode 13

Jackie Says Cheese

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 08, 2002 on FOX

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  • Jackie gets a job as a cheese maiden

    I thought that this was an excellent episode of "That 70s Show". The only thing I kind of didn't like was Jackie saying that people who are poor should and rich people shouldn't work because they're awesome or something like that (I'll let it slide though). Jackie forces Kelso to get a job and Kelso goes to find a job. Kelso finds a job at some cheese place at the mall and he tells Jackie that they are only hiring girls to be the cheese maiden so Jackie has no choice but to work as a cheese maiden. Jackie working as a cheese maiden and not enjoying work for the first time was absolutely hilarious. Fez's subplot was also very funny when another foreign guy named Thomas makes Fez jealous. Fez dropping off Thomas in the middle of nowhere and driving off ditching Thomas as hilarious. It was also very funny when Red and Kitty didn't have protection to have "sex" so Red gets a condom from Eric's drawer and Eric catches Red getting the condom (which were actually Hyde's condoms). Eric and Red trying to avoid each other after Eric catching Red getting the condoms from his drawer was funny. Overall, an excellent episode of "That 70s Show". 10/10
  • Jackie's first job

    Jackie's dad cuts her off unless she stops dating Kelso. She chooses Kelso, but has to get a job when she runs out of money, her hair gets split ends and she gets a zit.....oh NO!

    FEZ hates the new foreign guy, who is a smarmy casanova and calls FEZ a nerd. So FEZ and Hyde take him on a ride and leave him by the side of the road.

    And then there are the condoms. Red is looking for them in Eric's room and Eric assumes Red saw his stash. Here come the hijinks!

    The 360 is a classic! The guys imagine if Red was baked, and then they show a wasted Red, spraying Redi whip on his head. The actor breaks character and laughs for real while playing Stoned Red.

  • 413

    A hysterical episode of That 70s Show tonight. Every time Mila Kunis is the main focus of the episode, you know you're going to get a good episode from this wonderful series. She didn't steal the show though, the person that stole the show here was Eric. Well Eric's plot anyway. It was nonstop laughter all throughout his story line.

    From the hilarious conversation about condoms at the dinner table in the cold opening to Eric think that Red found his stash. Hilarious, especially when the two were avoiding each other. Great character interactions between Kitty & Red, and Red & Eric. Jackie's plot was interesting, and it was great character development to see Jackie with a job.

    So much hilarious one liners, almost too many to count here. Such as Red in the circle to Fez "jumping the shark." As for Fez & Hyde's story line it was also great with a new popular foreign exchange student: Thomas. There was a slight problem though, all these plots were completely unrelated to each other, it would have been nice to see some crossing over. Hyde was in every single plot, and it was inconsistent to where he was at. At one point, it feels like your watching the episode with different time zones, to when these happened. At the end of the day, that didn't really matter though. All that mattered was that it was a hilarious enjoyable episode of That 70s Show.
  • Thomas... the anti-Fez!

    This episode is yet another hilarious episode of 70s Show, and has a lot of memorable moments such as Kelso's idea of what love is, Kelso's idea of what Red would look like high, Jackie's lame rhymes and Kitty making the family uncomfortable with a speech about intimacy.

    All the plots in the episode are very well plotted, Red and Eric having different reasons to avoid each other, Jackie getting a job at a cheese shop after choosing love over money and a new Foreign Exchange Student being the anti-Fez, popular and a ladies man, despite having the same personality as Fez.

    Overall, all the plots re hilarious ideas with sidesplitting moments, making a truly great 70s episode.