I thought that this was a superb episode of "That 70s Show". It wasn't my favorite episode but it was pretty good to watch. Donna gets a full time to do "Hot Donna" at the radio station so he decides that she rent a small trailer at Point Place for her and Eric to live in for at least one year. The gang was surprised to see Casey Kelso again. Hyde, Kelso, and Fez throw Eric a bachelor party by going to a strip club to see women strip. Kitty and Jackie throw Donna a bachelorette party at go to a strip club as well but where men are stripping. Things take a wrong turn when Casey Kelso works at the strip club... he works as the announcer of the strippers. Eric being a party pooper at the strip club and the guys saying that Eric is ruining the fun was very funny. Kitty getting crazy and naughty at the strip club was absolutely hilarious. It was very funny when Casey Kelso brought Kitty home because she was going too crazy. The ending was very funny as well. My score was a little low because some parts were boring and could've been better. Overall, a superb episode of "That 70s Show". 9/10
It is so sad to see Donna throwing her life away for Eric when he's just going to call off the wedding. I love the dream-sequence in which Donna leaves Eric in 5 years, that is hilarious when she tries to get through after it's all serious, the bright side of this episode is the bachelor parties. Kitty getting drunk & going to a male stripper club while Donna & Casey stay friends & she consoles her through her doubts. That was so sweet. I loved the C plot in which Red stands up & doesn't tie the bows & then they go trough a silent breakfast. A sad/funny episode!
The bachelor parties are an obvious choice for an episode and they manage too tie it in with cold feet, not about the marriage itself, but what it represents for their future. The strip club scenes are hilarious as are the rest of the scenes such as the mug holder, the almond tying, the caravan and silent treatment.
All of the characters are terrific in this episode, especially Fez and Eric, and Casey Kelso’s return is actually very funny, rather than just bringing back a previous guest star because they can. Casey has many great moments in this episode, both as a conversation to Donna and a comedic element like jumping out the window of a married woman’s caravan.
All in all, this episode is great with some good doubts brought up.