When Eric is caught by Donna tending to his 'manly needs' in the Pinciotti bathroom, everyone acts as if it was an ax-murder: Jackie sees it as blackmail material to 'milk' for life, the ... See full summary »

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When Eric is caught by Donna tending to his 'manly needs' in the Pinciotti bathroom, everyone acts as if it was an ax-murder: Jackie sees it as blackmail material to 'milk' for life, the others brand the boy as a weak pervert. Hyde and Fez regret having to miss how Eric will as always make this one 'even worse', but still go visit Kelso at the police academy, where the cadet has adopted the burly house style, grown the trade-mark mustache and adopted the cop name Mike. After he dutifully flushed weed criminal Hyde's contraband stash, the pair treacherously shaves him a Hitler-mustache... Written by KGF Vissers

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Kelso instantly grows a mustache, whereas in Season 3 (1977) he could barely grow a beard See more »

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Eric: Isn't the bikini a marvelous invention? Imagine the first Aztec who said, "I've just got to see some more belly-button", you know? Yeah, the Mexicans are such resourceful people.
Jackie Burkhart: Eric, don't be so stupid. Everyone knows the French invented the bikini. The Mexicans just added on the top because they're Catholic.
Eric: Another good example of religion dividing isntead of uniting... and, FYI - if God wanted Mexican women to wear tops, he wouldn't have created tequila.
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