Jackie invites Eric, Donna and Michael to a formal-yet-casual dinner party, but Michael gets it wrong and invites a "few" other people to the party. For a while Hyde has been sneaking ... See full summary »

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Jackie invites Eric, Donna and Michael to a formal-yet-casual dinner party, but Michael gets it wrong and invites a "few" other people to the party. For a while Hyde has been sneaking around with the most popular girl at school, but when he meets her at the party she completely ignores him. Meanwhile Red catches Bob without his fro... Written by Anonymous

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The show now airs on Mondays at 8 P.M. Eastern. See more »

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At the party in Burning Down the House, Eric says "I'm not a doctor but I play one on TV." This originated from a commercial that first aired 1986 while the episode takes place in 1979. See more »

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Michael Kelso: Man, I wish Jackie would loosen up. She's throwing a great party down here and she's missing it.
Fez: Kelso, you don't get it, huh? This party meant the world to Jackie, and you crapped on it.
Steven Hyde: Alright, ease up on Kelso, huh?
Michael Kelso: Thanks, Hyde.
Steven Hyde: [sarcastically] Yeah, so you did something horrible, but it's Jackie, so who cares?
Michael Kelso: No wait, what are you saying?
Fez: I'm saying you burned her man, royally. Nice job.
Michael Kelso: But no, man, I didn't want to burn her. I invited all these people to her party so it would be fun, to...
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Referenced in That '70s Show: Baby Fever (2000) See more »

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