That '70s Show

Season 1 Episode 14

Stolen Car

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 24, 1999 on FOX



  • Trivia

    • The music used in this episode was:
      School Boy Crush (1975) by Average White Band;
      Undun (1969) by The Guess Who;
      Lady Fantasy (1974) by Camel;
      Highway Star (1972) by Deep Purple.

  • Quotes

    • Hyde: So what do you guys want to do?
      Eric: We could walk to the Hub.
      Hyde: Too far.
      Eric: We could walk to...
      Hyde: Too far.

    • Red: You were screwing around. You backed into a hydrant. I can see the paint marks!
      Eric: No! And by no I mean exactly. But it wasn't my fault sir, Kelso was giving me a...
      Red: A what?
      Eric: Kelso was giving me a purple-nurple. It's when you grab someone's nipple through their shirt and twist it really hard... until it becomes purple.

    • Red: Responsible people don't go around getting their nipples twisted.

    • Cop #2: Which one of you is Eric Forman?
      Eric: Oh, that's me.
      Cop #2: Wait a second... is your father Red Forman?
      Eric (nervously): Yes.
      Cop #2: You poor bastard!

    • (sitting in the jail cell)
      Eric: We're not all in trouble here. (to Kelso) Your parents have seven kids. They won't even notice you're gone. (to Fez) Your parents don't even live in this country. (to Hyde) And your mom? Probably one cell over.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Bob: Midge, you can't tell me anything while I'm watching Baretta. It's complicated.

      Baretta was a weekly one-hour police show starring Robert Blake which ran from 1975 to 1978.

    • Fez: One toe over the line, sweet Jesus, you are clobbered.

      This is a reference to the 1971 Brewer & Shipley song "One Toke Over The Line".

    • Donna: Hair do's and don'ts of Olympic Gold Medalists.
      Jackie: Oh my God, is that Dorothy Hamill? She's a virgin.

      Dorothy Hamill won the Olympic Gold Medal for Women's Figure Skating in the 1976 Winter Olympics. She was known as America's Sweetheart; her hairstyle became very popular.