That '70s Show

Season 2 Episode 26

Moon Over Point Place (1)

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 22, 2000 on FOX
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Moon Over Point Place (1)
Eric hates it when he finds a picture of Donna mooning the camera in the yearbook, and has to deal with his jealousy in the matter. Fez thinks that the white man is keeping him down because there are no pictures of him in the yearbook, and takes out his anger in a Foosball game. Jackie wants to spend time with Hyde, but when he won't go to roller disco with her, she decides to see what life is like on his side of the tracks.moreless

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  • a dynamic episode

    in this episode it contain dynamic parts and events first eric see donna in the year book mooning and Fez gets mad that he is not in the yearbook that is messed up and for some reason Jackie is in love with hyde and jackie begans to annoy hyde. then everything turn out fine and i forgot why but eric took off his pants and everyone saw his naked butt but they blocked. then Jackie got some weed for Hyde and the cop came and reseted Hyde and Jackie though it was noveled and fall more in love with Hyde and the ending had everyone shaking their groove thing it was funnymoreless
  • Jackie officially falls for Hyde and tries to prove she isn't the goodie-goodie cheerleader Hyde thinks she is, and the 1977 P.P.H.S. yearbook comes out.

    The new Point Place High School yearbook has come out and Jackie is excited that she looks cuter than ever! But then she gets mad when she finds out that someone was mooning the camera in a picture of her cheerleading. Turns out, it was Donna's butt! Hyde, Kelso, and Fez think it's cool, but Eric doesn't want his girlfriend's butt in the yearbook. It's not that hard for other people to recognize, and soon, the whole school knows and will like to stare at Donna's ass! But Donna's point is that Eric should be happy that he has a great girlfriend, so great, that she's willing to show her ass off in public! I kind of agree with Eric, kind of agree with Donna here. Great that she's not a boring girlfriend, but I wouldn't want my girlfriend showing her ass to other guys. Just me! Meanwhile, Jackie has fallen big for Hyde, who refuses to like Jackie back. Jackie's desperate now, and she doesn't care if anybody makes fun of her for loving Hyde. She purchases a bag of marijuana and gets caught with it on the bad streets of Point Place with Hyde and a police officer starts to take her away when Hyde does one of the most romantic things in the series. He says the bag was his, even if he does go to jail. That's where the season ends, with Hyde making his first of how many trips to jail he would make in his lifetime. (Although he did go to jail in the Stolen Car episode with the other guys)moreless
  • I like to show it, AND I LIKE TO SHAKE IT!!

    When Jackie brings the school's yearbook to the basement, it is revealed that Donna mooned the entire school during a pep rally. Fez is upset that there are no pictures of him at all in the school yearbook. So, Fez is convinced that the white man is out to get him, and he is upset about all of it. Kelso helps him get over it. Jackie is in love with Hyde, and she tries to convince him that she is cool, so she buys marijuana, but when she is caught holding them, Hyde takes the blame and is arrested for possession of drugs.

    What a great episode! It was so good! Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, shake, shake your BOOTY! YEEEEAHHHH. That was funny. This was a really good season finale.moreless
  • Donna moons the school!

    I like this episode because finally Donna actually did something really cool. She mooned in the yearbook and how Eric gets all jealous and stuff. If I was sad, if i was Hyde I'd slap Jackie for being so obnoxious and annoying. She bought the drugs from her maid or something like that. And then Hyde got the guts to cover for Jackie and I really want friends like that and why is Hyde acting so nice to Jackie just to give clues for her that he likes her I mean its pretty crazy. Also on the episode "Jackie Bags Hyde" he leaves a big clue.moreless
  • A brilliant end to season 2

    All the plots in this episode were hilarious with Fez not being in the yearbook and assuming that the white man is keeping him down, Donna mooning for a class picture with a classic response from Eric and then a hilariously different response at the end of the episode.

    Hyde complaining about Jackie in the Circle, later revealing that Jackie is in the circle yet seems unphased about it was a great plot and the cliffhanger at the end was brilliant with a sub-catchphrase done by Red, his main one obviously being Dumbass.

    Overall, each of these plots are brilliant and comedic in their own way and was a great way to finish the season.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • When Eric shows his butt it's censored, but during the taping he's just wearing flesh-colored underwear.

    • The music used in this episode was:
      Luckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics Of Love) (1977) by Waylon Jennings;
      (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty (1976) by K.C. & The Sunshine Band.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Jackie: Yeah, I got it... in the ghetto.
      Hyde: Jackie, there's no ghetto here. There's like that one house that needs to be painted.

    • Hyde (to police officer): What are you doing man? The bag's mine. C'mon cheerleader (points to Jackie), dirt bag (points to himself).

    • Hyde: Man, I've got no idea about what's gotten into Jackie. (imitating Jackie) Steven, let's hang out. Steven, let's go to the mall. Steven, Steven! (stops) My life's a living hell, you know.

    • Eric: Donna, mooning isn't something you just do.
      Hyde: No, mooning's not something you just do 'cause you got no ass!

    • Donna: It's okay, I mean I hated you too.
      Jackie: Yeah, that's 'cause you were a big goon.
      Donna: Bitch!
      Jackie: Goon!
      Donna: Bitch!
      Jackie: Goon! See, we're closer than ever.

  • NOTES (0)


    • Hyde: Jackie, please. I'm right in the middle of Smokey and the Band-Aid, okay?

      Hyde is reading a MAD Magazine; MAD is famous for its parodies of popular movies and television shows. However, the issue that Hyde is reading is the June, 1976 one, and the movie Smokey And The Bandit (being parodied) was not released in the United States until May, 1977.