Red's heart monitor is on the right wrist before the commercial break (as he comes home). Later it's on the left. I suppose he could have switched it at some point, but can those things be worn on either wrist, and are you allowed to remove it at all, even briefly?
Kitty: Oh, I can not believe you kids trying to sneak off with my good gin.
Kelso: (to Hyde) Yeah, I should have known she could smell booze from a mile away.
Kitty: Excuse me?
Kelso: Oh, I, I said you smell like booze from a mile away.
Red: That's worse, dumb ass!
Hyde: (hears Red's heart monitor beeping) What's that noise?
Eric: It's my dad's heart monitor.
Hyde: Where's your mom?
Eric: She's with him.... OH, TAKE OFF THE BEEPER! OTHER PEOPLE LIVE HERE!
Jackie: I should have known this wasn't going to work. Foreigners always never finish the job!
Fez: Oh pul-ease! If Bob hadn't shown up, I'd be your step-daddy by now!
Kelso: Hey Eric, that was a good burn steal of my clothes. The laugh's on you cause I borrowed your pants, and I'm not wearing any underwear. (dances, then stops)
Eric: Kelso, just so you know, the last time I wore those pants, I wasn't wearing any underwear.
Kelso: Ouch... well played.
Pam: Um, hello. What are you doing?
Fez: I was hired to clean the hot tub. But you should know that I uh... perform other services, too. (pulls down his tank top sleeve)
Pam: Well, you could start by doing a better job. It's still dirty.
Fez: (pulls up his sleeve) Oh, so you like it dirty?
Pam: No, I want it clean.
Fez: So you like it filthy?
Fez: Whoa! I'm not into that!
(about Donna and Jackie saying that his relationship with Pam is a mistake)
Bob: Oh, so everyone here thinks I should just break up with Pam?
Hyde: I say stick with her, Bob. My only advice is: take pictures, otherwise no one's gonna believe you.
Jackie: Don't listen to him. He grew up poor, he's stupid.
Hyde: Hey Donna, have you ever seen your dad naked?
Donna: My god! Can we please talk about anything besides that?
Fez: You're way off, Hyde. Women love Bob because of his sense of humor. That sucker is funnier than a Dixie Cup!
Donna: Why can't my dad notice that Pam is a total gold digger?
Jackie: Oh, would you stop saying that!
Fez: Hey, either she digs her gold, or she doesn't! Where's her little peg? Are her boots muddy? Does she carry a pick axe? When she comes home, does she say, "Tough day at the gold mine"?
Hyde: I'd never thought I'd say this, but I wish I was Bob.
Eric: I wonder if she'd like to watch The Graduate with me someday.
Kelso: One time, back when I was dating Jackie, Pam was washing her car, she leaned over and squeezed out the sponge. That's all I remember 'cause I rode my bike straight into a tree.
Brooke Shields (Pamela Burkhart) was credited as "Special Appearance by".
Eric: I wonder if (Pam Burkhart) would like to watch The Graduate with me sometime?
The Graduate is a 1967 movie, in which an older woman seduces her daughter's boyfriend.
Red (singing): Oh, the shark bites, with his teeth, dear....
Red is singing Mack The Knife, from The Threepenny Opera by Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht. The song was a popular hit in 1959, as sung by Bobby Darin.
Fez: That sucker (Bob) is funnier than a Dixie Cup.
Dixie Cups are disposable paper cups. In the 70s, they were available in kitchen, bathroom, and kids' versions, which had jokes printed on them.
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