That '70s Show

Season 7 Episode 2

Let's Spend The Night Together

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Sep 15, 2004 on FOX
8.9
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The Formans invite Hyde's biological father over so that Hyde can finally meet him, and everyone is shocked to discover that he's black. Kelso waits for news from Brooke about her advancing labor, while Fez tries to deal with losing Kelso to a baby. Eric and Donna go to a feminist rally in the park.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • A good episode

    8.5
    in this episode Hyde has decide to meet his real father and we learn that his father is black that means that hyde is half back just like Peter Griffin from family guy. And kelso is wait for the birth of his bady and Fez does really funny things in this episode and Hyde thinks that his father thought that Hyde wanted cash from him because he is rich and hyde gets mad but he forgives him and Kelso learns that he is having a baby and it is on it's way and Fez might open a place call mr sexy's pizzamoreless
  • Definitely makes up for the first episode of the season.

    8.5
    This episode definitely made up for the first episode of season 7. Hyde gets to meet his black father which was the best part, Eric freaking out pretending he doesn't have problems with a different race is a great comical scene. I have never seen a black person in That 70's Show until now, a perfect way to introduce a character. Also the whole drama going down in this episode is classic 70's episode. Eric at a rally! Supporting feminism! Then he gets his clothes taken away which was hilarious. Another great highlight of the episode, Kelso's baby is delivered! Amazing!moreless
  • All the knowts are undone from Hyde, as he unvails his father...

    8.6
    ... who's black? That's right, people! Mr. Hyde (or, Mr. Barnette) is black! That's kinda awsome! Hyde really dosen't have a problem, but Kitty? She's loven to find Hyde's father, but now, she HATES him? Wow. Facinating!



    But, that's not what's up tonight! Eric and blond-haired Donna goes to a feminest carmeal. When Eric and Donna make out, the feminest got him and... he got REALLY naked running!



    And, finally, Kelso's baby. Kelso and Fez wait hystericly for Brooke's child to be born. My favorite is Fez's sexy pizza remark. And the best part was when Fez and Kelso keep talking too each other in the phone. Haha! For me, overall



    Funniest storyline; Kelso's baby

    Dramatic storyline; Hyde's father

    Don't care storyline; the Feminest rally.moreless
  • New parents everywhere!

    9.0
    Hyde's black father is introduced to the show with hilarious repercussions, with the portrayal of a house in the 70s not being used to black, er, rich people. The plot was very funny and has some terrific moments throughout.



    The feminist rally wasn't as good, but had its moments, as only Eric could blend in with feminists and be shunned by them in the same night.



    Kelso and Fez having their unique friendship while waiting for Brooke to go into labour is very funny, especially when they avoid the cliché of the phone calls turning into Brooke rather than Fez, and the end is hilarious as Kelso's first glimpse into fatherhood is "gross" when hearing of water breaking.



    A great episode, with many pivotal moments for the seventh season.moreless
  • First of all, how the heck on earth is Hyde's fathe black?? That is too hilarious. Second, is Kelso seriously having a baby? Whoa! How's he gonna handle that?

    10
    Jackie and Hyde are sooo cute! They are such a perfect couple. They look wonderful together. They two should have a baby, instead of Kelos and Brooke, pshh! The baby of Hyde and Jackie would be very cute, I am sure. However, I wonder if their baby will be black? Haha! The whole meeting the biological father thing at Forman's living room is pretty cool. I can tell the Formans care about Hyde very much even though he isn't biologically their son. I admire Red and Kitty extra more now! My favourite line from this episode, "I can't believe I'm saying this to someone that's wearing cashmere, but I don't think we can be friends" says Jackie. Gee, she never ceases to amaze me, that little girl!moreless
Stacy Barnhisel

Stacy Barnhisel

Rally Leader

Guest Star

Tim Reid

Tim Reid

William Barnett

Special Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Jackie: Who needs a father anyway? You know what? I've been doing just fine since my dad disappeared into the jungle to bring freedom to the grateful natives.
      Hyde: Jackie, your father is in prison for embezzling $60,000 from the city.

      Jackie's father, Jack Burkhart, was caught embezzling in Black Dog, and was already in prison by the very next episode, The Crunge.

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Hyde: Yeah, I'm half black, man! Kinda puts all of the pieces of the puzzle together, don't it?
      Kelso: Hey, I'm having a kid soon and I wonder if mine's gonna be half black.
      William Barnett: Is the mother black?
      Kelso: No...

    • Fez: (answers phone) Mr. Sexy's Pizza. Our special today is sexaroni... Well, it's like pepperoni, but sexy.... You... You mean you want some?... Um... we're closed. (hangs up)

    • Kelso (answers the phone): Hello? ...Brooke! ...What? ...Your water broke? ...What does that mean? ...Oh, god! That's disgusting! Now why would you tell me that? ...Oooh! Gee! Okay! Okay, I'm on my way! This is it! I'm having a baby!

    • (knocking at Kelso's door, and pretending to be a doctor)
      Fez:: Open up! It's Dr. Baby Doctor! I have your baby, and he wants to talk to you! (Kelso opens the door, and Fez poses; regular voice) It's just me. I'm not a doctor, and I don't have your baby. AH BUUUUURN!

    • (on the phone)
      Kelso: Brooke? Did you have the baby yet?
      Fez: Waaah! Waaaaaah!
      Kelso: Fez?
      Fez: No, this is your baby! And I'm really ugly!
      Kelso: Okay, I know this is a prank. There is no way that my baby would be ugly. (hangs up; the phone rings again) Hello?
      Fez: Yes, is your refrigerator running? Because if it is, you better go catch it. Ah! Burn!
      Kelso: Stop calling me! (hangs up, and it rings again) WHAT?
      Fez: Are... are you mad?

    • Jackie (to Hyde): I'm just so mad at that William Barnett. I mean, thinking you wanted something from him. Everyone knows I'm all you've ever desired!

    • Jackie (to William Barnett): How could you say that to Steven? He doesn't want your money. I want your money!

    • (in response to Hyde's dad being black)
      Eric: I'm not sure I see the resemblance.
      Hyde: What are you talkin' about? My 'fro. My coolness. My suspicion of the man. This explains so much!

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  • ALLUSIONS (4)

    • Donna: Run, Eric! Run like Bruce Jenner! Oh, crap, he doesn't know sports!

      Bruce Jenner (1949 - ) is an American athlete who won the gold medal in the Montreal Olympics (1976) in the Decathlon, an event that includes not only four running events, but also other track events such as discus, javelin, shot put, pole vault, high jump and long jump.

    • Donna (to Eric): I'm really glad you came with me, and I loved seeing how passionate you got singing I Am Woman.

      I Am Woman (1972), by Helen Reddy, became a feminist anthem in the '70s, with lyrics that proclaimed, "I am woman, hear me roar, in numbers too big to ignore..." and a chorus that declared, "I am strong, I am invincible, I am woman!"

    • Donna: Eric, are you ready to go? I want to get to the feminist rally in time for the Hugh Hefner piñata.

      Hugh Hefner (1926 - ) is the founder of Playboy Magazine. While Eric and the guys may love him and collect the magazines, he has been largely reviled by feminists for his objectification of women by dressing them as bunnies and featuring them in "nudie" magazines.

    • Eric (to WB): Hey, you know what show I love? The Jeffersons. Dy-no-mite, right?
      Jackie: 'Dy-no-mite' is from Good Times.

      The Jeffersons was a show that began in the mid-70s, and starred a largely African-American cast. Good Times also ran during the 70s, and also had a largely African-American cast. Both shows were spin-offs from All In The Family; The Jeffersons were the Bunkers' next-door neighbors before "movin' on up", and Florida, the star of Good Times, was the maid of Maude, who was Edith Bunker's cousin. Florida's son, JJ, constantly used the catch-phrase, "Dy-no-mite!"

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