That '70s Show

Season 6 Episode 2

Join Together

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 05, 2003 on FOX
8.8
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Kelso decides to help Jackie and Hyde get back together with hilarious results. And Eric realises that the sadder Donna becomes, the more she wants sex. Kitty decides to help Red with his new doctor-imposed diet.

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  • 602

    8.5
    My favorite line of the episode, this episode was way better than the season opener. In this episode, Jackie tries to get Hyde back by seduction. Eric enjoys goodbye sex, since Donna is leaving for college, since Eric decided to stay and help his family. Red has to give up a few things since his heart attack, and Kitty agrees to do it with him. Which is easier said than done when they both have to give up alcohol. Fez tries to get Laurie to sleep with him by making her sad. By the end, Kelso tries to get Jackie & Hyde back together based on lies, which surprisingly works and he successfully gets them back together. Jackie's seduction tactics with the toe ring and her tattoo were absolutely hilarious. When Donna says "Your disgusting" & leaves & comes back & says "Eric, this might be the last time we fight over you trying to have sex with me!" I enjoyed the little strip tease with Jackie, Donna & Kelso. Really entertaining. Hysterical, and one of the funniest lines I've heard this season. This episode was way better than the season opener, and it was funny. Great episode.moreless
  • Eureka!

    9.1
    Going away sex, a second degree burn and lies about alcohol are bound to make this episode hilarious and with the added bonus of Kelso as the idiotic messenger and Fez wanting to pan for gold, this episode is incredibly entertaining.



    Red and Kitty sneaking alcohol is a terrific plot as is Red’s gratitude with a list of chores, and Hyde and Jackie’s cat and mouse game is also hilarious, especially Kelso’s input and Jackie’s “tattoo”. Eric manipulating Donna for sex is something that hasn’t been done in a while and was very amusing aswell, making the episode a great one.moreless

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    • Eric: Look, Mom, I signed over my pay check to you. I want you to go buy yourself something pretty, or, I don't know... electricity.
      Kitty: Oh, Honey, thank you! (she hugs him) Red, it wouldn't kill you to thank him.
      Red: It might; I just had a heart attack.

    • Eric: Mom, would it be too much to ask for Dad to be grateful that I'm staying?
      Kitty: Honey, we're all going through hard times; you're giving up your future, I'm giving up my schnapps. Let's not compare our pain.

    • Kelso: You know, Fez, this whole thing with Hyde and Jackie's stupid. I mean, they both want to be together, and they would in a second if they just thought the other one had said "I'm sorry." (he jumps up) Eureka, Fez, Eureka!
      Fez: I'm one step ahead of you, my friend!
      Kelso: Yeah, I'll just lie to both of them and tell them the other one said "I'm sorry."
      Fez: Oh, I thought we were going to pan for gold.

    • Hyde: Well I'm not gonna stay here locked in the house just because Jackie looks ... ridiculously hot in that bathing suit...

    • Eric: So it turns out that going-away sex is even hotter than make-up sex. It's like these chips, they say "Now even crunchier" and you're thinking, "Oh, man, there is no way!" but then you bite, and it is crunchier!
      Kelso: Dude, if something's crunchy, you should really have that looked at.

    • Jackie: You know, I wish someone would rub lotion on my shoulders. I think they're getting a little red.
      Hyde: Yeah, you should be careful. Looks like you're starting to scab.
      Kelso: Ohhhh. That's a burn about a burn. That's a second degree burn.

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