That '70s Show

Season 1 Episode 7

That Disco Episode

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 08, 1998 on FOX
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That Disco Episode
The kids decide to go to a disco but Steven doesn't know how to dance so Mrs. Forman teaches him to dance. Mr. Pinciotti walks in on them in a compromising position and believes they're having an affair. Kelso gets jealous of Fez because he thinks he's putting the moves on Jackie.moreless

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  • Eric and Hyde,man.

    I like this side of Hyde but Eric's better for Donna than him.
  • The gang goes to a disco in Kenosha en things get hot 'n heavy! Kitty teaches Hyde how to dance so that he can impress Donna, and she shows where her own feelings lie.moreless

    I really really love this one, it's one of my fav That 70s show episodes. It has it all for me: dancing, love, a hilarious circle-conversation and a lot of Kitty!

    I love the parts where Kitty is teaching Hyde how to dance are classic, Hyde tries to be the tough guy but really shows that he's also insecure. Man, Fez can dance!
  • Hyde likes Donna.

    I love this episode, it is a definite classic, the gang goes to a disco & for once you get to see Hyde's soft said when he wants to learn how to dance &because he liked Donna & wants to impress her. So Kitty teaches him, that was hysterical & Bob with his stupid assumptions! My favorite part is when they are at the disco & Hyde dances with Donna & wants to kiss her, that was so sweet, I would like Hyde to date her for a while, but Eric had to snatch her at the end. Which was another classic moment! How they were dancing at the end, so sweet!moreless
  • this was a good ep

    in this ep of that 70s show erik and the gang decide to go danceing at a disco and thing his hyde does not know how to dacne so he does not want to go red gets his wife to teach him how to dance and one time bobs comes in and things mitch is cheating on red and goes and tells his wife and they both belive its happening and the gang heds to the disco and they have a good time erik does not dance but hyde dances with donna and in a suprise fez can really dance and he dances with jackie and kelso is mad and he goes and picks fez up but jackie stops him and they come back and donna and erik are dancing in the drive way this was a good ep.moreless
  • The gang goes to a disco in Kanoshia.

    This was another great episode, but that's nothing new when you're talking about That '70s Show! Jackie gets interested when she sees an ad for a disco in, apparently, a place that is a long drive from Point Place in Kanoshia. She drags the whole gang along, including Hyde, who originally doesn't go not just because he thinks disco is music from hell, but he can't dance. After Kitty teaches him how to, he gets interested and goes to the disco. He asks Donna to dance, and here's the first episode that we find out Eric isn't the only one that likes Donna. Eric gets jealous, as does Kelso when he finds Jackie dancing with Fez. So there are love triangles all over the place at the end of this episode. Eric and Donna are soon-to-be official, we've come to believe. But now Hyde likes Donna. Kelso and Jackie ARE official, but Fez dances with Jackie anyway; only until he is mistreated by Kelso at the end. Jackie doesn't notice the foreigner attached to Kelso and makes out with him anyway. What a messed up couple, huh? Meanwhile, if I was Eric, what was he doing on the side, sitting down at the table? He should 'get in there', and DANCE with DONNA, the HOT girl he is almost OFFICIAL with. Just sayin...Eventually they catch up with each other at the end when they are back in Point Place and start dancing together; well, not until Eric kisses Donna first! They've kissed a zillion times! Why aren't they 'official' yet? Well the show doesn't revolve around Eric and Donna, so I still say the episode was near-perfect.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • The music used in this episode was:
      You Should Be Dancing (1976) by The Bee Gees;
      Fernando (1976) by ABBA.

    • (Bob looks out the window of the Pinciotti kitchen door)
      Bob: Ah, jeez Midge, Kitty and that boy (Hyde) are at it again.

      The Pinciotti kitchen door faces away from the Formans' house. In Eric's Burger Job, Bob said to Eric, about the light over the Pinciotti kitchen door, "you can't even see that from your house." So it would be impossible for Bob to see into the Formans' living room, where Kitty and Hyde were dancing, from his kitchen.

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Fez: Kelso is my friend, I cannot take his woman.
      Hyde: You're a good man, Fez.
      Fez: Actually, I could take his woman, but I won't.

    • Red: Okay, Bob, what is it?
      Bob: I'm just curious. What's the word on that Hyde kid?
      Red: Steven? He's a little rebellious, just needs some direction.
      Bob: Apparently he's getting it, Red. I kind of walked into your living room and he and Kitty were in some sort of provocative embrace. I think he's putting the moves on your wife.
      Red: Oh my God. Now I've gotta kill him. Get your deer rifle, Bob.
      Bob: Hold on Red. I... I... I could have been mistaken.
      Red: You know what you saw. Get the damn gun!

    • Fez: Where's my toast, you idiots?!

    • Kelso: Jackie, where'd you go?
      Jackie: I had to get something for you to bite on cause I told everyone you were having a seizure!

    • Eric: I like you.
      Donna: So... you're in like with me?

    • Hyde: Disco is from hell, okay. And not the cool part of hell with all the murderers, but the lameass part with the accountants.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Melina Root (Costume Designer) won an Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Costume Design for a Series" for her work in this episode.


    • Hyde: Out there is the truth. The truth is out there, man!

      "The truth is out there" was one of the many slogans of the TV show "The X-Files". When "That '70s Show" premiered in 1998, it aired in the time slot directly prior to "The X-Files".

    • Hyde: I'll bet that's how the writers at National Lampoon do it.

      National Lampoon was a satirical, political, anti-establishment humor magazine which started in 1970, and lead to recordings and movies (such as Animal House and Vacation).