[Eris talks to his grandma]
Eric Forman: I don't think being nice for a whole day would kill you.
[grandma falls over and dies]
Fez: Mister Red, always remember: a mother's goodness is carried on forever by her sons.
[Marty starts to cry]
Reginald "Red" Forman: Have you met my sister Marty?
Steven Hyde: Red, I'm sorry your mom died and I'm sorry Kelso's an idiot.
Jackie Burkhart: I'm really sorry your mom died. It's like... sad and stuff.
Eric Forman: I killed her. She was old, and the shock of her grandson telling her that she was nasty killed her.
Donna Pinciotti: Have you talked to Red about this?
Eric Forman: I'm not talking to my dad about this. Do you remember how angry he got when I didn't rake the yard? And this is like, twice as bad.
[Red is seen from the point of view of Grandma Forman in her coffin]
Reginald "Red" Forman: Well, Ma, I... oh, for God's Sake!
Funeral Director: Oh, sorry. Those should be closed.
[the funeral director closes Grandma Forman's eyes]
Kitty Forman: Now Red, honey, I-I don't think that you're really mad at Marty. I think you are just going through one of the five stages of dealing with death.
Reginald "Red" Forman: What are you talking about?
Kitty Forman: There are five stages: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance.
Reginald "Red" Forman: I have two stages: anger and drinking.