That '70s Show: Season 2, Episode 6

Vanstock (2 Nov. 1999)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Romance
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The gang goes to van-stock, a mini-Woodstock for vans, like Kelso's. Michael has a hard time two-timing Jackie with Laurie, especially because Hyde tries everything to get him caught, and ... See full summary »

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The gang goes to van-stock, a mini-Woodstock for vans, like Kelso's. Michael has a hard time two-timing Jackie with Laurie, especially because Hyde tries everything to get him caught, and ends up in the cold even literally. After Donna shuns Eric for not telling her he knew about Michael's infidelity, Hyde points out even he doesn't rat on a mate. Meanwhile frustrated unemployed Red gets intrigued by Midge's soap but remains his cranky self at Kitty's annual hospital dinner. Written by KGF Vissers

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The end credits of this episode are a takeoff from the sitcom SOAP. During the credits the narrator says: "and will we ever find out what happened to Midge's daughter Tina?", a clever reference to a character who appeared in the season 1 episode "Eric's Burger Job" and is otherwise never seen or mentioned again. See more »

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Laurie Forman: Good morning, orphan
Steven Hyde: Good morning...
Laurie Forman: That's it? That's all you've got?
Steven Hyde: [waits until Red's out of the room] ... whore.
Laurie Forman: Mom, he called me a whore!
Kitty Forman: Um... yeah.
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The end credits spoof the end credits for Soap (1977). See more »

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