That '70s Show (1998–2006)
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It's Only Rock and Roll 

With an empty nest, Kitty decides on a course of self-improvement. Eric decides he wants to be an artist. Hyde learns the joy of business attire.

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Kelso decides it's time to extend his new respecting women to dumping his porn collection by giving it to the needy- that's Fez, but he cannot handle having to stop reading Playboys. Kitty has taken up tai-ji with Donna and Mitch and gets a Buddha statue to match, but that doesn't square with pet-dog Schotzi. Hyde's first day in his dad's office is a disaster, even wearing a suit and tie isn't as bad as the mindless paperwork... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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6 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Before the statue falls on Schatzi he is barking but his mouth isn't moving. See more »

Goofs

When Hyde gets the job at his father's work, you can see that the "wall" with the light switch is not really a wall. See more »

Quotes

Eric Forman: Mom, maybe you should stop worrying about everyone else so much and start thinking about yourself. Maybe you should find something to enrich your life. Oh, may I suggest the teachings of the Jedi?
Reginald "Red" Forman: And may I suggest the footing of your ass?
[Eric waves his hand, imitating Obi-Wan Kenobi's gesture of mind trick]
Eric Forman: This is not the ass you're looking for.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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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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Minority religions are easy prey to comedy.
18 March 2010 | by (http://atheism.community.officelive.com/quotes.aspx) – See all my reviews

I am not a Buddhist and do not have warm or fuzzy feelings towards the religion, but that is no excuse for the show's writers and producers to allow the use of a religious symbol to create comedy if they are not willing to do so with other religions.

What am I talking about? This episode showed the dropping of a Buddha statue, even though it was later implied that it was not damaged, I do not believe that the show would use a Christian or Jewish symbol in the same way. I do not believe that religion should be immune from comedy, oftentimes it invites them, but it should not be done at the expense of a minority.


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