Although it was better than the previous episode, it still wasn't great. I would give any episode from seasons 1-5 a ten without question. Yet, for the past few seasons, the series has been declining. And even though That 70s Show still remains one of the best American sitcoms, if this episode were compared to great british comedy, I would have rated it a lot lower. However, since I am comparing this to the likes of all of the terrible sitcoms ABC currently features and British sitcoms have been steadily declining since the departure of the office, I give "Sweet Lady" a 7.9.
This episode contained some very funny jokes and gags. Although nothing as funny as was featured in the first 5 seasons. Many of the jokes were inside jokes targeted as homages to classic tv shows of the 70s. And even though the show is set in the 70s, this is content that the show rarely covers. Therefore, I've described the episode as "adventurous". Another good quality that this episode had was, suprisingly, Randy and Donna's subplot. The writers really seem to be working hard to make Randy's character likeable. To me, he still isn't part of the gang, but he's getting closer to that status. There were also a lot of other great gags. Many of them focused on Red and Hyde. And Samantha is proving to be an interesting
character and a much more likeable one than Randy. Finally, Hyde and Fez's heads showing up at the cabin was the highlight of the episode. 7.9/10