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Crazy Little Thing Called Love 

Now Red finally has reached retirement, he realizes it's not really what he wants. Bored to death, Red grabs an opportunity to help out as handyman in the record shop, but drives the boys ... See full summary »

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Now Red finally has reached retirement, he realizes it's not really what he wants. Bored to death, Red grabs an opportunity to help out as handyman in the record shop, but drives the boys crazy, so Steven sends him home. Kitty insists he makes up, so Hyde wrecks things Red can repair at home - only to be told he's taking it easy after all. Meanwhile Jackie has finally admitted she wants Fez, who now is no longer chasing her but Hllary, and reneges on monogamy. Donna takes her to therapy with Dr. Hammond, whose patients include Kitty, and whose own marriage is the opposite of what he preaches as basis for a good relationship. Written by KGF Vissers

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27 April 2006 (USA)  »

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Kitty Forman: [Discussing possible retirement activities with Red] Well you know, you could take a trip. When Amy O'Brien's husband retired, they went to see the nutcracker museum in Rhode Island. We don't have to go some place that fancy, but there is that cave in West Virginia I've been wanting to see.
Steven Hyde: That's a good idea, Red. You and Kitty should travel - you know, see the world.
Reginald 'Red' Forman: I saw the world when I was in the Navy. It shot at me.
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