From this episode, Jackie starts calling Steven Hyde by his first name rather than by his last name, which she does until the end of the series.
She becomes the only teenage character to call the other gang members only by their first names.
The music used in this episode was:
I'm Not In Love (1975) by 10CC;
ABC (1970) by Jackson 5
Rubberband Man (1976) by The Spinners.
Leo: So what'd they get you for?
Jackie: For loving me
Leo (laughs): 'Cause she's, like, 14?
Leo: Hey, man, I don't think you should kick Hyde out, because he's a good kid.
Red: He's a doper.
Leo: You say that like it's a bad thing, man. Hey, I'm gonna let you in on a little secret... (looks around) I've indulged once or twice myself.
Red (deadpan): Really. I'm shocked.
Leo: Yeah, I know... upstanding businessman... last guy you'd expect. But it's true, man!
(Red is putting the garbage out)
Bob: Hey there, Red. Takin' out the trash, I see. Yeah, well... better late than never.
Red: Is that supposed to mean something, Bob?
Bob: Just happened to notice that that low-life Hyde you've been harboring has been busted for possession.
Midge (gasps in shock): My gosh! That stuff was right here in our own neighborhood? (Bob and Red both nod) And to think of all the times we had to drive across town to get it!
Bob: Ix-nay, Midge!
Red (to Hyde): If you ever do anything like that again, I will kick your ass so hard, your nose will bleed.
Kitty: And we love you.
Hyde: I got busted for possession.
Leo: Join the club.
Hyde: Yeah, thanks.
Leo: No, I mean join the club, man. We meet every Thursday. We're trying to raise money for a field trip to Amsterdam.
Leo: Hey man, you missed your shift at the Photo Hut. You better have a damn good excuse.
Hyde: I got busted.
Leo: Damn. That's a good excuse.
Red: I'm cracking down. And I'm cracking down hard! Starting right now, fun-time is over! (Red stalks out of the kitchen)
Eric: So where was I for fun-time?
(walking up behind Hyde and covering his eyes)
Jackie: Guess who?
Hyde: It's either Jackie or the cold clammy hands of death.
Jackie: It's Jackie!
Hyde: Damn it!
Donna: When I say "for the love of god, don't", for the love of god, don't!
Hyde: I have something that's keener than soda pop; marijuana.
Kelso: TAKE IT BACK!
Donna: No, Kelso. I'm sorry. Confessing to Red makes Eric the king.
Kelso: Hey, I shot my toe with a B.B. gun once.
Donna: You're right, Kelso. You're the king.
Kelso: THANK YOU!
(Red comes in and sniffs around)
Red: All right. Well, don't mind me. I'm just here to install this... smoke detector.
Kelso: Smoke detector? Does that detect any kind of smoke?
Donna: Long live the king.
When Leo comments about Jackie being 14, Mila Kunis was 14 when she auditioned for the show, lying about her age.
The black and white "movie" that Red imagines (titled "The Dope Fiends"), as well as the title of this episode are both references to the movie Reefer Madness (1936). The movie is about a pair of clean-cut teenagers who have their lives destroyed when the boy becomes addicted to marijuana; the girl is accidentally shot and dies while the boy is hallucinating.
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