Fez's prudish exchange program host parents convince him the rock they detest is diabolical by playing it backwards, according to Hyde a ploy from Congress. Seeing how upset Kitty is by their terrible score at a Cosmopolitan relationship spontaneity quiz, Red accepts to take her out, even to a non-usual place, but they have a hard time finding something to their nostalgic taste. Meanwhile Erica and Donna hoped to get intimate at the drive-in, where a scary movie is playing, but Jackie invites herself and literally pushes Kelso in the car too. Written by
15 November 1998 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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The first - and only - appearance of Fez's host parents, the Erdmans. See more
When Fez's foster parents are afraid that he is listening to rock-devil music, Hyde shows him how to hide the rock records in soft music record holders. He demonstrates with a record he claims is Alice Cooper and a Pat Boone holder. While the Pat Boone holder is correct, the record he is holding is actually a Led Zeppelin record titled "Led Zeppelin 4". See more
Eric! 'The Omen' is playing at the drive-in! Do you know what this means for us? It's make-out city!
I... I really like you as a friend, Kelso. But can I bring a girl?
Features The Omen
Written by Iron Butterfly
Performed by Wilmer Valderrama
and Danny Masterson See more