That '70s Show (1998–2006)
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Holy Crap 

Eric and Laurie decide not to go to church anymore so Kitty invites Pastor Dave over for family game night; Fez and Kelso attempt to grow beards.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Jackie Burkhart
Donna Pinciotti
Reginald "Red" Forman
Pastor Dave
St. Peter


Kitty can't go to church because of an extra hospital shift, but orders her kids to go, alone. Eric would, but Laurie's bad example is irresistible; alas, Bob reports their absence. Kitty now says they're old enough to make the right choice on their own, and expects them to go next Sunday, but neither seriously considers that. As if sitting alone in the pew weren't bad enough for Kitty, Bob nags about horny Eric needing prayer most and as ever spaced-out Leo asks to sit next to her. Back home Kitty blames Red's bad example and plays her last trump card: youth minister Dave, who tries to appeal to the kids in their own terms... Hyde points out to Kelso losing Jackie means he can again do everything he likes and she forbade, i.e. anything; Michael focuses first on growing a beard, which foreigner Fez is naturally better at, but Jackie still finds Kelso's sexiest... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance


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1 May 2000 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Eric references Fonzie jumping the shark. That mean would mean this episode takes place after the Happy Days episode titled Hollywood: Part 3 which aired September 20, 1977. See more »


Michael Kelso: Ever since Jackie left, I'm no good at pinball.
Fez: You were never good at pinball.
Steven Hyde: Let's look at the bright side of not having Jackie. First, no Jackie. Second, now you can do all the things that you could never do when you were with her, man. Which was, at last count... everything!
Michael Kelso: Oh, man. You're right. Y'know, Jackie never ever wanted me to, like, cheat on her, or grow a beard, and I always wanted to. And now I can let this grow out.
[he strokes his chin]
Fez: May I grow one, too?
Michael Kelso: I dunno, Fez, the ...
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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
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3 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

Easily the best episode of That '70s Show, as it's the one with the most laugh-out-loud moments and best written dialogue. One of the very few episodes with a plot that deals around the whole religion subject, it contains the legendary moment where Kittie goes to church alone, and Leo comes in and sits next to her, completely astonished by the atmosphere, remarking, "It's almost like a religious experience!" Also gotta love Midge's reaction to Kittie being by herself.

Fez competing against Kelso in growing out a beard is definitely in the top 5 best moments in the whole series.

"Aww, now we made Patchy upset"

A few more noteworthy moments are Red's reasons why he doesn't go to church, Hyde's little rant about organized religion, the youth minister's talk in the living room, and the circle was an extra good'un.


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