That '70s Show

Season 2 Episode 21

Kelso's Serenade

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 27, 2000 on FOX



  • Trivia

    • The music used in this episode was:
      Besame Mucho (1941) (sung by Fez);
      Southern Nights (1977) by Glen Campbell.

    • Jackie bought Hyde new boots, but when he shows them off to the guys, your can clearly see the scuff marks.

  • Quotes

    • Eric: Donna doesn't control me!
      Fez: Oh Eric, you have so much to learn, my friend.
      Kelso: Yeah, I wish Jackie was still controlling me. I love being on a short leash. (strums his guitar) Put the short leash back on me!
      Eric: Kelso, uh let me see that for a second. (he takes the guitar, and smashes it)
      Kelso: You know that was kinda funny. That was your guitar. BURN!

    • (after hearing Kelso's song about Jackie)
      Eric: Well...I think that you should draw her a picture.
      Kelso: Hey pal, you think you're funny? Well someday Donna's gonna crush your stupid little heart, too!
      Eric: Yeah...see, I don't think so because I've taken special precautions to prevent that very thing from happening. For instance, I don't sleep with other women.
      Kelso: Yeah, well it's only because you're chicken!

    • Fez: Maybe the best way to get Jackie back is to let her date other people... foreign exchange people.

    • Kelso (sadly): God, I miss Jackie. I can't sleep, I can't think, I can still eat, but I mean my life has no meaning. I'm dead inside.
      Fez: Oh, so that's what smells.

    • Donna: Right? I don't know, I think he's sorta taking me for granted. Ahh I don't know, maybe I'm just overreacting.
      Jackie: No Donna, you're underreacting. All men take all women for granted all the time.
      Donna: Jackie...
      Jackie: Save yourself the heartache Donna. Break up with Eric now before it's too late. Then we can be single girls together! (gets excited) Oohh, we could take a cruise!

    • Hyde: How 'bout this for a song? "You don't like me anymore. You caught me sleeping with a whore."

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