That '70s Show

Season 6 Episode 16

Man With Money

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 17, 2004 on FOX
8.7
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When none of the guys will help Donna and Jackie in convincing their parents not to date, they come up with their own plan to try to lure Pam away and prove she doesn't really love Bob. Meanwhile Red's heart monitor keeps going off around Pam prompting Kitty to think Red is "extremely happy" around her.moreless

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  • Red uses the heart monitor :D LOL

    9.0
    I thought that this was a superb episode of "That 70s Show". It wasn't the best episode I've seen but it was a hilarious epiosde that just needed some improvement. Brooke Shield guest starring as Jackie's mom was very funny. Brooke Shield sure made one HOT mom in this episode. Donna and Jackie trying to break up Bob and Pam while the guys are trying to keep Bob and Pam together just because they think Pam (Brooke Shields) is smokin' HOT and I agree with them. The subplot made me laugh the hardest when Red had to use the heart monitor and it beeps for whenever he gets too happy, too angry, too annoyed, and all that. Red's heart monitor for whenever he is near Pam was absolutely hilarious especially when Kitty would get mad at Red because she thinks Red has a crush on Pam. It was hilarious that the heart monitor only beeps when Bob and Pam are near him which meant that Red doesn't have a crush on Kitty. It was hilarious when Fez was pretending to be "the guy cleaning up the pool" to get Pam to break up Bob but it didn't work. The ending was hilarious as well. My score was just a little low because some parts in this episode could've been better and funnier. Overall, a superb episode of "That 70s Show". 9/10moreless
  • Beep Beep! Beep Beep!

    8.0
    Wow that heart monitor that Red wore was annoying. But a great plot for Season 6 & the aftermath of Red's heart attack. I think Kitty & Red's plot steals the show with such an interesting plot. Red wears a heart monitor & it beeps when he's extra-angry or extra-happy or stressed of course. I love Kitty's expression when Red's heart monitor beeped when Pam & Bob came in the room. My favorite line is when Kitty says, "It's the menopause, I'm messed up Red, really messed up" I also like A plot, just a filler plot. Donna & Jackie continue trying to break Bob & Pam up with Fez's muscular body in a white suit haha that was hilarious.moreless
  • Red's heart monitor stresses him out more than usual.

    8.0
    With another episode on Jackie’s mother and Bob, this episode is pretty entertaining with great plots stemming from that, like Red’s heart monitor, the girls trying to break them up and the guys rooting for Bob to stay with her for mankind.



    The end of the plots were pretty good, like the twist that it’s Bob that pisses Red off, not Pam that excites him, and Bob staying with Pan and the guys applauding him. This episode has some great scenes, like the hot tub, but isn’t one of the most hilarious episodes this season, but definitely worthy of watching a few times.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • 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?

  • QUOTES (8)

    • 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?
      Pam: BOB!
      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.

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  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • 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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