The news Jackie's dad councilman Burkhart had to resign after embezzlement charges convinces Kelso she'll soon be running back to home for a comforting shoulder, as Steven's remains as cold as his heart. 'Perfect couple' Eric and Donna finds they disagree whether the way to go is closeness or giving space, and asking the equally divided Forman parents only causes another menopause-crisis... Fez enjoys bossy boss Nina giving him a stern lesson in fingerprints-taking, but the ink leaves its black mark on her and a part of him he normally only touches, a lot... Kelso has dug up his pallet gun from his garden, which was buried after he accidentally killed -till now oblivious- Eric's hamster; now Hyde's taunting coincides with another involuntary shot, and the fiend -who constantly punches his poor pall's arm black and blue- pretends to be hit in the deceptively patched eye till Michael, who fears to have shot 'accidentally on purpose', hands it over penitentially for undeserved corporal ...
Did You Know?
The episode title is also the title of a track on the fourth album by Led Zeppelin
, released in 1971. Several other episodes are also named for songs on this album, including "Going to California", "Battle of Evermore", and "Misty Mountain Hop". See more
At the beginning when the entire gang is in the kitchen, Kelso starts off eating out of a box of Alpha-Bits cereal. When they change cameras it is suddenly a box that says "Ghostly Grabber." After the camera changes one more time, Kelso is back to eating Alpha-Bits. See more
References Quincy M.E.
That '70s Song
Written by 'Ben Vaughan (II)' (uncredited)
Performed by Cheap Trick
Based on "In the Street"
Written by Alex Chilton
and Chris Bell See more