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2000

11 Jan. 2000
Eric's Stash
While Jackie wants to enter a beauty contest, Eric suspects Hyde of stealing his money.
 
18 Jan. 2000
Hunting
The guys go hunting, and Red bags a deer while Eric wishes he could be somewhere else. Fez goes into the woods with a stick and a whistle, and comes back with dinner.
 
1 Feb. 2000
Red's New Job
Bob is livid and worried sick to read Price Mart is opening a branch in Point Place, but Red cares only for the next paragraph: they're hiring. However his candidature for supervisor is very uncertain, director Ted offers an instant job as cashier- should he accept? Eric wants to help, taking a hamburger job, but Red is against, feeling diminished in his breadwinner pride, Kitty tries to sooth both. Kelso finds dating both Jackie and Laurie disappointing: he mainly gets double nagging and expectations, little physical fun. Then Price Mart calls about both Forman ...
 
7 Feb. 2000
Burning Down the House
Kitty sends reluctant Red over to invite the Pinciottis for another scrabble evening, but his accidentally seeing Bob without his never before mentioned hair-piece gives them all a focus, except brain-dead Midge. Jackie plans a grand party at her posh home, so she wouldn't even invite 'lowlifes' Fez and Hyde, but Kelso not only falls to live up to her high society fantasies, as Donna expected, the simple gentleman invites his friends anyway- and thirty others, reasoning the more, the merrier, even Hyde and the popular school floozy Kat Paterson, who ignores her lover ...
 
14 Feb. 2000
The First Time
Bob and Midge are getting ready to renew their vows. Kitty is upset because her close friend Midge didn't ask her as a bridesmaid while Red is Bob's best man. Eric and Donna have sex for the first time.
 
21 Feb. 2000
After Glow
Eric is humiliated when Kelso blabs to the guys that Donna told Jackie that Eric was lame in the sack. Kitty is astonished when Red celebrates his first paycheck by buying a motorcycle.
 
28 Feb. 2000
Kitty and Eric's Night Out
Kelso and Hyde are amazed to see a steamy car contains a couple making out: Fez and Steven's ex Patty. Neither admits it, but Jackie is jealous too, as Fez used to court her in vain and now pays her no attention, so she takes it out on Michael for not writing her poems like Fez does for Patty. Kitty wants to spend time with her baby boy, so Red, who realizes at that age no boy wants to be seen with his parents, tells her 'we pay his bills, we own him' and forces him, enthusiastically encouraged by eternal liar Hyde, to join her at a pizzeria, where crazy kid Timmy ...
 
7 Mar. 2000
Parents Find Out
A policeman catches Donna and Eric in the act, and they now have to explain to their parents why the police brought them home. Meanwhile Kelso, Hyde and Fez use Kelso's CB radio to pick up girls.
 
20 Mar. 2000
Kiss of Death
Eric is afraid he'll be in big trouble with Donna after he runs over her cat, Mr. Bonkers. And Kelso is sure he's in bigger trouble when Jackie catches him giving Laurie a kiss.
 
27 Mar. 2000
Kelso's Serenade
As Red predicted, Kitty only baked Swedish pancakes to bring bad news: everybody must visit aunt Pearl, in a rest home, who is even less welcoming then the family likes to go and hides... Kelso is a mess now Jackie has dumped him, and sets his hope on composing a make up-song, like his pain beastly ignored or abused by the other basement boys, but Eric soon learns his arrogant confidence it can't happen to him is highly misplaced when firm feminist Dona promises to kick his Archie Bunker-arse to the moon after Jackie convinced her to make a big deal of supposed double...
 
3 Apr. 2000
Jackie Moves On
Dumped Kelso's only relieve is to hear Jackie is miserable too, but Fez is determined to seize the opportunity to ask her out; she accepts dining at an expensive French restaurant without even asking first who with, then stuffs herself full with both plates and keeps nagging about Michael, but even after that shameless abuse the puppy is happy to be openly kept on a string, Kelso to hear his 'rival' gets nowhere. Eric believes to overhear Laurie telling Hyde an embarrassing secret about him which nobody will specify, so he carelessly 'admits as insignificant' to the ...
 
1 May 2000
Holy Crap
Kitty can't go to church because of an extra hospital shift, but orders her kids to go, alone. Eric would, but Laurie's bad example is irresistible; alas, Bob reports their absence. Kitty now says they're old enough to make the right choice on their own, and expects them to go next Sunday, but neither seriously considers that. As if sitting alone in the pew weren't bad enough for Kitty, Bob nags about horny Eric needing prayer most and as ever spaced-out Leo asks to sit next to her. Back home Kitty blames Red's bad example and plays her last trump card: youth minister...
 
8 May 2000
Red Fired Up
Eric does well working at Price Mart, even gets sincere praise from Red, who actually sets him as example for a former plant colleague, eternal malingerer Earl, who becomes the primary butt of their jokes, but ends up going too far... Kelso realizes Jackie is too short to be worth missing, there are many girls still to see naked, but makes a bad start: Laurie, who gets a lecture from Kitty, Michael simultaneously a simplified version from Hyde, against their mismatched affair. The boys' basement becomes a bit of a battleground...
 
15 May 2000
Cat Fight Club
Jackie tries to win a 'burn' duel with Laurie, but Hyde convinces her it's better to 'be Zen.' Despite everybody's warnings, Michael accepts Laurie's invitation for dinner, which Kitty actually forbade her to extend. Although lover-boy sweetly brought gifts, inhospitable host Red scares Kelso out of the door in seconds; later the Korean vet locks the intimidated boy in the garage for operation "Scare the pants off daughter's new lover." When Laurie returns to the basement, Jackie's Zen for beginners soon gives way to a cat-fight. As Hyde puts it, "Where the Zen ends, ...
 
22 May 2000
Moon Over Point Place
The Vikings yearbook contains a surprising picture: Donna smiling with her 'lower cheeks'. Just when Eric was resigning to it going generally unnoticed, Timmy happily makes it as public in the diner as he drops trou at parties. Red was happy Bob canceled the couples' cards night, frustrated by Eric's carnal communion with Donna, but Kitty insists to bring them together to talk it trough; just then Eric decides to follow the mooner's example. Hyde made clear not to reciprocate Jackie's sudden crush for him, but still takes the blame for the weed she bought to impress ...
 
3 Oct. 2000
Reefer Madness
The other basement boys were making fun imagining jailbird Hyde as some hard con's sex-toy, when Steven returns on parole, despite Red's refusal to post bail and intention to kick the corrupting criminal out of his house as advocated by Laurie. Kitty pleads the youngster needs guidance more then ever, Eric actually wants to remain boy second class in his own home to keep his 'friend' in, and hatches the crazy plan to confess he uses too, so Red can't hypocritically kick Hyde out, who intends to move in with Leo. Donna is furious when she finds out Jackie's dirty part....
 
10 Oct. 2000
Red Sees Red
Red sets a new curfew for the kids, but none pays attention to it, which pushes him off the edge to becomes extremely over-protective. Kitty disagrees; when the kids are caught breaking Red's rules, Kitty tells all.
 
17 Oct. 2000
Hyde's Father
After eight years, Hyde meets his father again.
 
31 Oct. 2000
Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die
Eric chases Fez, who came in black lingerie as Halloween costume, onto the roof for a ball and nearly falls off- trying to help him, Fez loses balance and lands in a wheelchair, spying on the Pinciotti home, hoping to see Midge naked, soon joined by Hyde and Eric and believing Bob killed her... A literalism makes Donna fear Eric already lost interest in her, Jackie convinces her she's boring. Red won't open the door because he didn't pay the paperboy in weeks, so Kelso opens but is mistaken for the cheap bastard and viciously haunted and robbed in his place. Feeding ...
 
14 Nov. 2000
Roller Disco
When the Rollerdisco comes to Kenosha, Jackie insists Hyde must be her partner, he won't, she scorns Kelso, that leaves Fez, actually the best choice. Donna makes Michael so jealous he tries to sabotage his friend but swallows his marble; they win anyway, she gets drunk and frisky, Fez resists temptation, then regrets it. Donna's consolation attempt is mistaken by Kelso for making out... Red is sued by Earl for irregular termination using many ass-words; the panel insists Eric tells them about working with his pa's temper at work; Earl is however hopelessly late...
 
21 Nov. 2000
Eric's Panties
While the whole basement bunch meanly joins in with the school-wide ridiculing of poor Kelso, who made a painful fall in the canteen hurting the inside of his soiled trousers, constantly calling him 'Tater Nuts', Eric worries only about Donna's expected jealousy when he is seen in the diner with his lab partner, school slut Shelly, and when Donna is confidently cool about it feels offended, yet Jackie's assurance Eric is too girlish to cheat on her no longer holds when panties are found in Eric's car... Meanwhile Kitty has found out about Red's heart condition and ...
 
28 Nov. 2000
Baby Fever
Jackie smashed Kelso's van and Laurie babysits for a friend of Kitty.
 
12 Dec. 2000
Jackie Bags Hyde
On Veteran's Day, proud Vietnam vet Red looks down even more on his guardsman neighbor Bob also holding his own reunion, but Kitty insists to be neighborly. So Red and his for once enthusiastic dogsbody Eric try to out-stage Bob, just when he is desperate to be the star host a last time before his shop Bobs Bargains has to close down because of Pricemart competition and everybody will know he's a professional failure. Donna only tells the Formans after they have won the battle for the guests, which they now try to send over... However clearly Hyde states to have ...
 
19 Dec. 2000
Hyde's Christmas Rager
Now Hyde has moved from the over-protective Forman home to his carefree dad, barman Bud, the basement boys look forward to a keg party there, too frat-type for the girls' taste. Kitty nearly saw trough their 'Christmas' preparations aren't innocent, so the unsupervised drinking games deliver Eric so drunk he pours unprecedented disrespect and vomit all over Red's shoes. Kitty isn't interested in punishment, she cares for the utter lack of educational guidance 'her boy' Steven gets from his dad, so Red is made against his convictions to go read Bud the parental ...
 

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