Eric is fired because Joanne broke up with Bob. Eric tries to get the job Kelso is also applying for.

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Eric is fired from the dog food factory by Joanna, after she broke up with neighbor Bob Pinciotti, so Donna tries to cheer her dad up as secret admirer, which alas makes him turn down Joanna's make-up offer. There is a waiter position open at Roy's restaurant, but Kelso wants that promotion to impress Brooke so she'll reconsider allowing him a paternal role. Hyde convinces Roy to turn it into a competition, which Eric wins hands down (well, full), then Eric decides to train Kelso so he can get the next waiter position. Red enthusiastically leads Fez and Laurie to get divorced, just when a wealthy aunt has send them a microwave as wedding present Kitty can't resist, but next Laurie's admirer Billy's metal shop sends a saw too good for Red to send back... Written by KGF Vissers

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Joanne's character was written off because the actress Mo Gaffney was too occupied with her role in Run of the House (2003). The explanation given in this episode for her absence is that she broke up with Bob. See more »

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Kitty Forman: There's nothing like a present wrapped in beautiful paper. It's like Cary Grant in a tuxedo, I just want to rip it off!
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References The Bugs Bunny Show (1960) See more »

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