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I Can't Quit You Babe 

Eric and Donna are severely punished for their trip to California: Eric loses his car and Donna has to go to a catholic school.

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Michael Kelso
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As punishment for their running away to California, Eric loses his car keys and Donna is henceforth sent to a strict Catholic girls school, Our Lady Of Perpetual Sorrow, the only good part of which is the sexy uniform; Eric's offer of a crumb cake fails to change dad Bob's mind. Donna guesses Jackie has another when she dumps her collection of gifts from Michael Kelso, then walks in with Eric on Hyde and Jackie kissing on the couch; both lie about how it started but the basement feels 'soiled'. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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24 September 2002 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When discovering that Jackie and Hyde are together, Eric tells her "You're breaking up the band, Yoko!". This is a reference to Yoko Ono, whose relationship with John Lennon is often cited as one of the reasons why the Beatles broke up. See more »

Goofs

Hyde and Jackie put "Abba's Greatest Hits" on the turntable and dance to "Dancing Queen". "Abba's Greatest Hits", released in 1976, did not contain "Dancing Queen" (the song was originally released on "Arrival" in 1977). See more »

Quotes

Donna Pinciotti: Eric, we're never gonna to see each other.
Eric Forman: Yeah, I know, and I can't even drive you to school. And we can forget about any lunchtime hokey-pokey. That's what it's all about.
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References Batman (1966) See more »

Soundtracks

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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