That '70s Show: Season 2, Episode 15

Burning Down the House (7 Feb. 2000)

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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, ... See full summary »

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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 blatantly in 'cool' company. Donna encourages Eric to loosen up, but such company as Timmy who 'sets the mood' by dropping his trousers makes even him go overboard: Jackie's absurd classy teenager party dream turns nightmare, and the bitch blames poor Michael, whose attempt to break it up proves disastrous in itself... Written by KGF Vissers

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[Jackie and Donna walk down the hallway, toward the party, unaware to the fire Kelso started]
Jackie Burkhart: God, how dare you say that about me and Michael?
Donna Pinciotti: Jackie, you wanted my honest opinion.
Jackie Burkhart: Your honest opinion that we're great together. Look, you were wrong about Michael. He knows he made a mistake and he's going to make it up to me. You wait and see.
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