That '70s Show (1998–2006)
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Class Picture 

When their class is having their pictures taken for the yearbook, Kelso concentrates on his coy look, but Jackie insists a meaningful personal quote is even more important. Eric's ... See full summary »

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When their class is having their pictures taken for the yearbook, Kelso concentrates on his coy look, but Jackie insists a meaningful personal quote is even more important. Eric's suggestion to put in something about them all starts a lot of memories since their early days when they met as little kids or at school. Eric has another big zit. Donna finally deals with Kelso's frustration to be the only one who never saw her bare-breasted. Written by KGF Vissers

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19 March 2002 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Todd Griffin version of "In the Street", played in the final scene, was the show's theme song during the first season. It was replaced by Cheap Trick's cover of the same song at the beginning of season two. See more »

Goofs

In "Class Picture" the gang is remembering when they all first met. The setting is 1968 and Hyde and Eric are in the tub. Eric hands Hyde a rubber duck. Hyde knocks it from his hands and you can see the blue circle on the bottom. These are the ducks that say "HOT" when the water is too hot for babies. These ducks were not around in 1968. See more »

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References CHIPS (2017) See more »

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