That '70s Show: Season 4, Episode 27

Love, Wisconsin Style (21 May 2002)

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Jackie finds a way to make up with Michael Kelso who dumped her: he may kiss another girl; Jackie reserves choosing her 'rival'; when she finally leaves the choice to him, his is ... See full summary »

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Jackie finds a way to make up with Michael Kelso who dumped her: he may kiss another girl; Jackie reserves choosing her 'rival'; when she finally leaves the choice to him, his is surprisingly romantic, and yet... Eric is delighted to catch Donna drunk as a skunk in bright daylight because of Casey; Bob is a walkover who lets her get away with everything, regardless of Joanne, but when it gets too gross Red steps in, and Casey seizes the opportunity to dump her, publicly. Just now she comes crawling back, Eric's pointless pride makes him refuse to be her 'second choice'; before he comes to his dumb ass senses (even Kitty uses the term) she decides to emigrate to California, where her ma lives. Afraid that Jackie might enforce her 'way out', marriage because she says so, Michael decides to drive Donna all the way; the long road proves tormentingly fishy, as Hyde had first dragged Fez along stealing dead fish and then decided to hide it in one of Kelso's van's wheel caps. Written by KGF Vissers

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Kelso: You know what? I'll drive you, we'll both go to California! Donna: Kelso! Are you up for this? Kelso: If the Beverly Hillbillies can do it, so can I. In the final credits scene, there is banjo music playing, similar to the opening theme music for The Beverly Hillbillies. See more »

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While Eric and Kitty are at the ice cream parlor, the bags of Fritos and Ruffles chips have the current wrap design, not the authentic 1970s style. See more »

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References Dallas (1978) See more »

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