That '70s Show (1998–2006)
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That '70s Finale 

It is New Year's Eve and is the last day of the '70s. Kitty is having second thoughts about selling the house and moving to Florida, even though Red thinks she is happy they are moving. ... See full summary »



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It is New Year's Eve and is the last day of the '70s. Kitty is having second thoughts about selling the house and moving to Florida, even though Red thinks she is happy they are moving. Donna has just broken up with Randy and is moving to college. Jackie realizes she loves Fez. Bob decides that he's moving to Florida and open a bait shop. Eric says he's coming home from Africa. Written by rocknrollunderdawg

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18 May 2006 (USA)  »

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In the final episode the actual date - December 31st, 1979 - falls on a Monday, but Donna says she cannot stick around to hang out because school starts on Monday, which makes the date inaccurate. See more »


[Final lines of the series]
Eric: Hey guys, last one upstairs has to call Red a dumbass!
[the gang rushes upstairs. Hyde grabs Kelso and makes him the last left behind]
Michael Kelso: Oh, man...
[Kelso wears the "Stupid Helmet" and goes upstairs. Meanwhile, everyone count loudly from 10 to 1. The license plate at the end of the closing credits finally switches from '79 to '80]
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Very happy but sad...
10 December 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have always love That 70's Show - with its humour and great scripts. To hear it was ending was such a blew to the mind, but it was a brilliant ending. I've wrote the basic ending and plot of the finale. I will always love the show! As the series concluded, the Formans decide not to move to Florida and sell their home (after Kitty gives a sentimental tour of the house to a prospective buyer with the TV camera as the buyer's POV allowing viewers to see the enclosed layout of the first floor).

Hyde gives up old habits, but returns to them shortly. Fez and Jackie start dating. Hyde's father gives him ownership of the record store. The episode also featured the return of Eric and Kelso. Donna prepares to finally leave Point Place to attend college, but stays to wait for Eric, with whom she may have gotten back together.

The reunited group of friends enjoy flashbacks from past years such as Hyde punching Kelso in the arm, and Red's numerous threats of shoving his foot up people's asses.

The episode ends at the stroke of midnight on New Years Eve 1979. The gang smokes out one last time before the new decade in the basement and walk upstairs to join the parents. At the 3-2-1 countdown to 1980, we see the license plate with the producers' names showing an "80" sticker in the lower right hand corner of the plate, as opposed to 76/77/78/79.

The final credits shown were the same used in the pilot with the teenage cast driving in the Vista Cruiser singing along to "Hello, It's Me!" by Todd Rundgren.

Thank you for reading, stephenquinn3991

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