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Romantic Weekend 

Eric and Donna want to go to a hotel for a romantic weekend. Kelso has problems 'performing' when he's with Pam Macy.

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Playing in gym class with super-easy Pam Macy, Kelso fails to 'perform as a man'; the other boys' cruel word puns make him cry, but dreaming about Jackie as his genie cures him- alas not really, and Pam won't even be discrete. Eric lies about maths-tutoring Kelso to get parental permission, in fact to make a weekend trip in a cheap hotel with Donna, whose parents don't even listen. Alas their room neighbors are none other then Red and Kitty, romantic for once. Red and Eric would keep to quiet, but Donna goes over; for his silence to Kitty, Red is kicked out by Kitty and bunks with Eric- when the oldies make up, Eric is locked out, and Donna's parents... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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20 February 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Eric gets busted by Red, they're both surprised to see each other, but in 1977, the Wisconsin Dells hotels only had one parking lot. If one couple had gotten to the hotel before the other, then the other couple would've seen either the Toyota or the Vista Cruiser in the parking lot. See more »

Goofs

When Kelso is laying in bed before he has the I Dream of Jeannie dream, it shows his green phone is a rotary dial phone. However, when he is finished the dream and makes a call, he dials the phone as if it was a touch tone phone. There are also DMTF touch tones heard when he is dialing. See more »

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[Pam Macy is driving her car, Kelso is sitting next to her. Kelso is embarrassed and Pam has sour expression, because Kelso was unable to "perform"]
Michael Kelso: Look, Pam, I'm really sorry about what happened... again. I must have the flu or something.
Pam Macy: Well, it's not like any flu I've ever heard of.
Michael Kelso: [angrily] Well, there's lots of kinds of flu, Pam!
[pause]
Michael Kelso: I'm sorry.
Pam Macy: [teasing] Oh, well, don't take it so HARD. Oops. Sorry.
Michael Kelso: Look, just don't tell anybody, okay?
Pam Macy: [smiles nastily] Oh, Flopsy, I'm not gonna tell ...
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Spoofs I Dream of Jeannie (1965) See more »

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