Eric works very late, but the tips are good, to Kitty's relief, and it's an way to escape Donna's elaborate wedding planning. When Donna catches Eric playing poker with Roy and Kelso after work, she's furious and tells Kitty to stop spoiling her 'baby-boy'. Kelso suggests to Brooke some romance and pays so Hyde and Jackie will double-date with them; his own honesty about his colorful dating past makes Brooke run off, but the next day she comes to the hotel. Kitty has Red driven to the doctor by Fez, but on the way back Red stays terribly late with mates, while poor Fez waits in the slowly freezing car. Written by
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When Donna and Eric are in bed the book Lie Down With Lions by Ken Follet can been seen on his bookcase headboard. Lie Down With Lions was published in 1986. See more
We might not be the perfect match, but I really, really like you. And I think maybe us having this baby together is, like, fate.
Michael, fate is when two people meet on a train, or in Paris. Not in the bathroom at a Molly Hatchet concert.
[she walks away
Fate! Man, never use a word in a fight if you don't really really know what it means.
References Smokey and the Bandit