That '70s Show

Season 3 Episode 17

Kitty's Birthday (That's Today?!)

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 27, 2001 on FOX
8.8
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Kitty's Birthday (That's Today?!)
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It's Kitty's birthday and the only one who remembers is Hyde. To make up for forgetting, Eric and Red agree to do the most horrifying thing imaginable. Meanwhile, Kelso plans to win Jackie back by being her friend, but it doesn’t work the way he thinks it would. And Hyde learns something disturbing about Caroline when he drives her home in his new car.moreless

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  • Squaredancing and birthdays.

    9.6
    It is Kitty's birthday, but no one but Hyde remembers, and he gets her a gift. But, Kitty is really upset when neither Eric or Red remembers. She is really mad, and won't forgive Eric or Red. And neither Eric or Red know why Kitty is in such a bad mood. Then, they discover what day that it is, and they freak out. Donna makes Eric and Red take Kitty squaredancing for her birthday, and she goes too. When Hyde has to drive Caroline home in his new car (the El Camino) he discovers that she is nuts.



    Great episode. 10.0moreless
  • Everyone forgets Kitty's birthday but Hyde.

    8.0
    I love this episode because Kitty explodes & when she is reading "Chopping Down The Family Tree" So funny. I also like Donna's reactions for them for forgetting Kitty's birthday. Kelso's plan was so stupid! Of course he's going to become Jackie's girlfriend, but that's the funny part. I also love it when Kitty has her psychotic breakdowns when she's like "I don't give a good gosh darn what you eat!" Amazingly funny. Debra Jo Rupp does an amazing job playing as Kitty. She steals the show once again. Oh & when they're square dancing, Red's face was priceless, also Eric's!moreless
  • Kitty has a birthday, though nobody realises it.

    9.0
    One of the funniest birthdays ever is this one, where Red and Eric forget Kitty’s birthday and have to make up for it by doing the worst thing imaginable: square dancing!



    Kelso’s plot was hilarious, another master plan to get him and Jackie back together biting the dust when his scheme to become her boyfriend by spending more time with her backfires and he instead becomes her girlfriend with the hysterical line “what good is being a girlfriend if you don’t even have your own boobs to play with!”



    This episode goes into more depth, the pure mental state of Caroline, Fez’s girlfriend with the revelation that she chokes herself.



    From Hyde not telling Forman that it was his mum’s birthday because “how would that be funny?” to Kelso settling for pillow fights, this episode is darn-tootin’ fun.

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    • Red: Where'd your mother go?
      Eric: To bed. Man, what's wrong with her anyway?
      Red: She's been moody all day. Let me see the TV Guide. (Eric hands him the TV Guide) Let's see, what day is it? Ah, the 13th. You know, it seems to me that I was supposed to do something on the 13th. (he jumps up) Oh, good lord! You forgot your mother's birthday!

    • Kelso: Girlfriends sometimes make out together, right?
      Hyde: Usually right after long, sweaty pillow fights.
      Eric: Yeah, Man, it happens all the time.

    • Kelso: See, I did some reflecting, and I realized that Jackie is the only girl I want to be with.
      Eric: Today?

    • Kitty: You know I love my family. It's just sometimes I just want to get in the car and run them all over.

    • Fez: I was just showing Caroline the back of my new car and my tongue.
      Kelso: Fez, this isn't your car.
      Jackie: Yeah, foreigners can't drive here unless it's a cab.

    • Kelso: Man, what fun is is it being a girlfriend if you dont even have your own boobs to play with?

    • (seeing a square dance)
      Red: It looks like 'Hee Haw' puked in here.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Kitty: A sandwich is a sandwich, but a Manwich is a meal.

      This was the advertising slogan for Hunt's Manwich sauce, used to make sloppy-joe type sandwiches, and popular in the 70s.

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