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Eric's Drunken Tattoo 

After sneakily reading Donna's diary, Eric thinks he's not cool enough for her and, after drinking sake, decides to get a tattoo.

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Midge Pinciotti (credit only)
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Donna's Journal (voice)
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Sneakily reading some passages from Donna's strictly private journal, Eric believes she considers him too tame, and decides to become hotter by getting her name tattooed on his behind, but(t) when you leave a job to hippie Leo, things go wrong... Red was not amused that Kitty invited pastor Dave over on the night of Vince Lombardi's tribute at the Packers on TV, but the roles reverse when it turns out Dave is a die-hard fan too; alas Red's band-aid gets lost in the pastor's dinner... Hearing Kelso say in his sleep 'Jackie, it's not going to work out', she is determined to get details, so she decides to get him to sleep by reading Nancy and Bett mystery books aloud... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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1 May 2001 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?

Trivia

Donna's diary is the voice of Salem from Sabrina the Teenage Witch? See more »

Goofs

Pastor Dave is having dinner at the Forman dining table with Red and Kitty. As Red gets up to get something from the kitchen, just before Dave gets up, shadow of the moving boom is visible, along with the dolly cart. Then to the very left, a shadow of fingertips briefly points direction for a second. See more »

Quotes

Reginald "Red" Forman: Kitty, where's the Band-Aids? Cut my thumb with a hacksaw.
Kitty Forman: Red, you know those things are dangerous.
Reginald "Red" Forman: Well, I tried cutting a metal pipe with a flower, but it was real slow going.
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References The Gong Show (1976) See more »

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