Eric is a sore loser at basketball on the driveway, so he cheats by pantsing Donna, but tries to make up before Valentine's day, naively believing her claim it's no problem was just that- even Red understands women better. When Kelso reads in Boys' Life magazine how easily astronauts get girls, he decides to become one, but finds Laurie has another boyfriend; his evil ex Jackie laughs at his heartbreak, yet after finding another in tramp Laurie's room he apologizes sweetly for having done the same to haughty Jackie. Gentleman Fez does a great job at being Caroline's dream prince, but discovers her bad sides. Written by
Did You Know?
The beer that Red opened wasn't from the 70s, it was an aluminum can. See more
The stay-on tab was invented by Daniel Cudzig in 1975 and was not widely used in the US until 1977. At this point in the series, the opening on the can should have been a ring pull tab. Red is clearly seen folding back a stay-on tab. See more
[reading a magazine article
Wow. Chicks must really dig astronauts, 'cause it says here that astronauts get all the Tang they want.
References Play Misty for Me
That '70s Song
Written by 'Ben Vaughan (II)' (uncredited)
Performed by Cheap Trick
Based on "In the Street"
Written by Alex Chilton
and Chris Bell See more