That '70s Show

Season 4 Episode 7

Uncomfortable Ball Stuff (2)

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 13, 2001 on FOX
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Uncomfortable Ball Stuff (2)
Donna keeps her promise to accompany Eric to the Pricemart Ball as a friend, but she gets jealous when she sees Eric with another girl. Fez gets a job at the Foto Hut but gets fired for being too efficient and making Hyde and Leo look bad, even though they're the only other two who work there and Leo is the boss. Bob meets a woman at the supermarket.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • Donna promises Eric that she will accompany him to the PriceMart Ball as a friend

    I thought that this was an excellent episode of "That 70s Show". It was very funny when Red and Kitty was telling Eric that he couldn't find a date and Donna decides to be Eric's date to the PriceMart Ball except she just wants to go the Ball with him as a friend. Fez needs a job so he can earn enough money to buy new boots was very funny. It was funny when he decided to work with Hyde and Leo at the Photohut and Fez is changing things around which Hyde and Leo don't like. Eric acting uncomfortable because he and Donna are going to the ball as friends was very funny. It was absolutely funny when Hyde, Leo, Jackie, and Kelso were at the photohut smoking and then Fez tells Kelso that he wants his chair and Fez takes Kelso's chair. It was funny when Red convinced Eric to dance with that blond girl that asked Eric to dance with her. It was pretty funny when Donna gets jealous after seeing Eric and that blond girl dance. The very ending was funny when Kelso is trying to read the phone number on Eric's hand after Donna licked it off. Overall, this was an excellent episode of "That 70s Show". 10/10moreless
  • Wow, this episode is uncomfortable.

    I love this episode because it's right after "The Relapse" & Donna says she doesn't have any feelings for Eric when she really does. I like how Kitty gets all drunk & she says peach is her favorite snobs & when she says "It must of been some pretty good punch!" I love how Eric was acting like a jerk & pulled the chair when she was about to sit down. My favorite part is when they take the picture & Eric slaps Donna's back. Also when Donna gets out of the bathroom & calls the girl a skank showing she is super-jealous. I also love how Donna licked the number off Eric's hand, hilarious.moreless
  • Donna and Eric go on a non-date

    My favourite plot would have to be Fez at the Foto hut because it has hilarious scenes from the beginning with Kelso's chucker jokes to the end with Fez being fired for doing work instead of goofing off. Leo is also hilarious in this episode with great jokes involving his "boss" and his probation officer ("Things with my probation officer went well. He even wants to see me for some additional years! He's a great guy, man") and Hyde continuously saying "man in his rant was also terrific.

    Eric and Donna's non-date was also a good plot with great scenes such as Red being way too involved in Eric's life and Kitty being way too drunk.

    Overall, the episode is a very entertaining one, especially Fez at the Fotohut.moreless
Aimee Nelson

Aimee Nelson


Guest Star

Charles Butler

Charles Butler


Guest Star

Bob Van Dusen

Bob Van Dusen


Guest Star

Mo Gaffney

Mo Gaffney

Joanne Steupeck

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The music used in this episode was:
      Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker) (1976) by Parliament;
      Get Down Tonight (1975) by KC and the Sunshine Band.

  • QUOTES (15)

    • Kelso: Hey Fez, seeing you in those chuckers makes me wanna up-chucker!
      Hyde: Yeah!
      (Hyde high-fives Kelso)
      Kelso: It's like I just ate a whole bunch of chucker-late chips.
      Hyde: Okay.
      Kelso: How much wood can a wood chucker chucker?
      Hyde: Hey! Shut the chucker up!

    • Leo: So things went well with my probation officer. He even wants to see me for some additional years. He's a great guy, man.

    • Leo: Alright, you're hired. But you're on probation. No wait, I'm on probation! I've gotta go see my probation officer, man!

    • Kitty: I am not drunk, I am upset... and drunk!

    • (Donna sits down with a big plate of shrimp)
      Eric: Hey, Moby Dick called. He wants the shrimps back.

    • Leo: I don't like what's going on here, man. That little dude's making us all look bad. I'm afraid the boss is gonna fire me.
      Hyde: Leo, you are the boss.

    • (In the circle)
      Kelso: Oh... This one's kinda cute.
      (Jackie pinches Kelso)
      Kelso: Ouch! I mean for a fatty.
      (Jackie pinches Kelso again)
      Kelso: Ouch! I mean... for a whore?
      (Jackie pinches Kelso again)
      Kelso: Ouch! Damn, Jackie! What do you want me to say?

    • Kitty: Well, I will say this about Price Mart, they have wonderful balls.

    • Hyde: You know, Leo's looking for help down at the Foto Hut.
      Fez: The Foto Hut, huh? I can really picture myself there. That job and I have really clicked. Oh, I am on a roll... of film. (Hyde punches Fez in the arm)
      Fez: Ouch! Don't be so negative. I am the king!

    • Kelso: Look man, breaking up sucks, okay? When Jackie dumped me, you know what she said? "Something, something... Never want to see you again... Blah, blah, blah..." Hey, you think that didn't hurt?

    • Hyde: So Forman, you break up with Donna, but you still get to have sex and go out on date with her. Ride the big red wave, dude.

    • Red: Go talk to that girl before she comes to her senses and wants nothing to do with you.

    • Eric: It's not like being friends with Hyde. I haven't touched his fun parts. Well, on purpose.
      Donna: We used to have a lot of fun together.
      Eric: Yeah, just like there used to be shrimp in the world.

    • Donna: Hey, Mrs. Forman. My dad's making a cheese sandwich, but he's missing some stuff, so can I borrow bread and cheese?

    • Leo: Just do what I do and steal money from the register when the boss ain't looking.
      Hyde: Again, Leo, you are the boss.
      Leo: And I'm not looking.

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