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Hyde Moves In 

While riding in Eric's car, Kelso has the brilliant idea to go skinny-dipping at the reservoir, but all their clothes get stolen, so the basement gang goes to the Hyde home to borrow his ... See full summary »

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While riding in Eric's car, Kelso has the brilliant idea to go skinny-dipping at the reservoir, but all their clothes get stolen, so the basement gang goes to the Hyde home to borrow his and his mother's clothes so they'll have something to wear. Jackie catches a cold from the reservoir, and ends up in bed. Midge's Feminist Warriors - which no other husband puts up with - keep making her crazy, yet member Sharon actually proves an old-fashioned caring housewife at heart when she finds good provider Bob feeling neglected. Red felt with the car plant about to close down, money is too tight even to afford pork shops, yet Kitty and Eric implicitly expect him to play "Santa Claus" for home-wrecked Hyde after his mother abandons him. Written by lisakoffler1967@gmail.com

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Comedy | Romance

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19 July 1999 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Carolyn Hennesy plays Sharon Singer in season 1, but goes on to play a different character, Patty Ryals, in season 7. See more »

Goofs

When Kelso comes to apologize to Jackie, the teddy bear is lying on the floor when he opens the door. He takes a step towards the bed, and the bear is gone. A moment later, it is back on the floor behind his feet. See more »

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Red Forman: G** damn it! I'm tired of being f***ing Santa Claus!
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References Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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Carmina Burana
Performed by Carl Orff
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