That '70s Show

Season 5 Episode 10

The Crunge (a.k.a. The S.A.T.s)

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 17, 2002 on FOX
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The Crunge (a.k.a. The S.A.T.s)
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The S.A.T. scores have come in and everyone does significantly better than Eric. He's particularly upset by Donna's high score and blames her for distracting him during the exam. As a result, Eric enlists Red to help him buckle down and stay away from Donna until he retakes the test. Meanwhile, Kelso discovers that he may have a bright future and Jackie pushes Hyde towards a college career.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Kitty: See, um, Red, it turns out Eric still did very well. It's just, some other people did better.
      Red: Donna?
      Kitty: Yes.
      Red: Steven?
      Kitty: Yes.
      Red: Not the foreign kid?
      Kitty: Yes.
      Red: Kelso?
      Kitty: (nodding her head) Yes.
      Red: He did worse than Kelso? I watched that kid glue his hand to his face!

    • Eric: How could I ever marry Donna? I mean, I'm an idiot around her now and we're only engaged.
      Hyde, Jackie, Kelso and Fez: WHAT?
      Eric: Oops.
      Kelso: You're engaged?
      Eric: It's a secret.
      Fez: Of course it's a secret. "I'm marrying a dumb guy." Who wants to spread that around?

    • Kitty: Maybe this SAT thing is a blessing. It'll make a funny story to tell when Eric's a senator.
      Red: The word you're looking for is "janitor."

    • Donna: I can't believe you told!
      Eric: Hey, Donna, I got an 800 on the S.A.T.! We're lucky I can wash myself!

    • Eric: I'm the man and the man's the man and that's just the way it is!

    • Eric (to Donna): You know that Little House on the Prairie where Laura accidentally tells Fez and Jackie and Kelso and Hyde that we're engaged?

    • Kitty: We all have different qualities. The thing to remember is: how you do on some silly test is less important than how you behave in real life. I'll take a dummy over a jackass anyday.
      Eric: Well am I dummy or a jackass?
      Kitty: Right now, you're both.

    • Fez: Eric, somebody had to come in last! There is no shame in that! Well, there is a little shame. Shame on you!! (laughs)

  • NOTES (1)

    • Charlie McDaniel (Re-recording Mixer), Craig Porter (Re-recording Mixer), and Vince Rohr (Production Sound Mixer) were nominated for an Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special" for their work on episodes 5 through 10 of this season.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Kelso: Pavlov was this scientist guy, you know, and every time this dog would ring a bell, Pavlov would eat.
      Eric: Are you sure it wasn't Pavlov who rang the bell?
      Kelso: Well, yeah, 'cause then it wouldn't be a trick. Any PERSON can ring a bell. Anyway, and every time Pavlov would eat, he'd drool.
      Eric (after a pause): Man, you just read that chapter like a minute ago.

      The chapter Kelso read about was about the famous experiment the Russian scientist Ivan Petrovich Pavlov conducted. Pavlov would ring and bell and bring out food simultaneously, so that the dog would get used to both hearing a bell and smelling his food when it was time to eat. After a while, Pavlov tried not bringing the food. He simple rang the bell. The experiment was a success, however, because the dog still salivated (drooled) at the sound- he had come to associate the bell with food, and didn't even need the food to think it was there.

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