Special Guest Star
The music used in this episode was:
What'cha Gonna Do? (1977) by Pablo Cruise;
Bad Time (1976) by Grand Funk Railroad;
More, More, More (1976) by Andrea True Connection.
Tuesday's Gone (1973) by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Fez: This fish is so stinky! What are we gonna do with the stinky?
Hyde: We're gonna find a place to hide the stinky and ruin someone's day. Now, question is: Where, how, who? (he tosses a basketball, and it hits the hub cap off of Kelso's van) The answer is there, that and Kelso!
Fez: Oh, it's like a bowl. A bowl for the stinky. And we will put it in, and he'll never find it, and it will smell forever!
Hyde: You went to the hub for ice cream with your mommy? Now why would you tell me that?
Fez: Hyde, the point is he went for ice cream. Without us! You cannot pick up a phone?
Kelso: Hold on, you wanna get married?
Jackie: Yes, Michael! Yes I accept! Oh my god! I've gotta go tell my dad and you have to buy a ring. Just think about it! We are gonna be the Burkhart-Kelsos!
Kelso: The Who-Hart What-Os?
Kelso: Let's see, which chick do I want to kiss?
Jackie: No, no, no, no, Michael! I get to pick the girl.
Kelso: But you'll pick an ugo!
Kelso: How 'bout I kiss her?
Jackie: No way. She's too tall, too tan, too rich.
Kelso: Damn, Jackie. I don't wanna kiss a short, pale, poor girl.
Kitty: You know, that Casey... How can such a bad influence live in such a handsome package? Bad people should have a, a big scar or an eyepatch, so you could recognise them.
Bob: And then I told Donna she was grounded, and she said no.
Kitty: She said no?
Eric: Can you do that?
Jackie: Look, I was thinking. Since we broke up 'cause I kissed another guy, what if I let you kiss another girl? I mean, we could be even and we could get back together.
Kelso: Jackie, if you think that me kissing another girl is gonna bring us closer together, I'm totally willing to make that sacrifice.
Kelso: You know who can't pick up a phone? Jackie. I broke up with her and she never calls to even say "Hi" or offer me sad but hot break up sex. I mean, that's just selfish!
Eric: Ok, mom. When a boy reaches a certain age, the baby voice no longer comforts him, it urges him to kill.
Donna: Oh my god, what stinks?
Kelso: This town, baby!
Eric: God, why do I always have to screw these things up, you know? Why does everything always have to be my way? That's why we broke up in the first place.
Kitty: Well, we've all known that for a year!
Eric: Okay, I have to tell Donna how I feel.
Red: Then go!
Red: So you're too proud to take [Donna] back? And what do you have to be so proud of? You're not an athlete! The only smart thing about you is your mouth! And look at you!
Kitty: Red, Red, he looks fine, he's just so darn stupid!
Red: So Donna wanted to get back together, and you said no.
Eric: I said no.
Red: You said no.
Kelso: You know what? I'll drive you, we'll both go to California!
Donna: Kelso! Are you up for this?
Kelso: If the Beverly Hillbillies can do it, so can I.
In the final credits scene, there is banjo music playing, similar to the opening theme music for The Beverly Hillbillies.
(describing Donna, who was at The Hub, drunk)
Eric: It was like Sue Ellen on Dallas.
Dallas, which began in April 1978, featured Linda Gray as the alcohol-swilling Sue Ellen Ewing, who spent most of her time drunk.
The time-line for That 70s Show is questionable, but the first season is clearly 1976 - 77. Even allowing that the second and third season Halloween episodes are the same year, the third season Christmas episode would still be December 1977, making the rest of third season 1978. So by the fourth season finale, it must certainly be at least April 1978, which is when Dallas premiered.
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