When Jackie finds out that she only loves men who are not available to her, she's happy. Kitty, feeling like she's not needed, wants to get a pet. Jackie makes a list of all the qualities that her dream-man should have and is surprised to find that he's been in front of her all along; Red decides to retire after an automotive shop opens nearby and takes away his customers. Red's old war buddy comes back and Red finds out that he's a swinger. Jackie is still in Point Place after telling everyone she was leaving for Chicago; her attempts to give Hyde one last ~last~ chance don't quite go the way she hopes they would. Visually this is the best I've seen the show look and I'm very pleased they at least treated the video with care.
So thank you Mill Creek for letting me down and several of us who were waiting for a proper set to be released. Not only did they use the same joke twice a character not singing , Fez scared the hell out of me. They live in the suburbs of Wisconsin, where they yearn for independence amid the growing pains of becoming adults. They deal with sex, drugs, and rock and roll, not to mention disco, leisure suits and, of course, parents. The price for this blue ray box set was to good to not upgrade my collection. By the way, yet more criticism on Season 8: what the hell was with the opening theme? Season 8, Episode 16 April 27, 2006 Season 8, Episode 16 April 27, 2006 Red refuses to go quietly when a national muffler chain threatens his business; Hyde learns the naked truth about his marriage to Sam; and Jackie surprises herself with her list of an ideal man's qualities.
That '70s Show is an American television sitcom that centers on the lives of a group of teenagers living in Point Place, Wisconsin, a fictional suburb of either Kenosha or Green Bay from May 17, 1976 to December 31, 1979. If you're looking for something fun to watch, then this is definitely for you! Laurie is all for it until she discovers that it applies to her too. Her plan is successful, until Jackie takes credit for the brownies herself on television, and then finds that she now has an angry Kitty to contend with. I just took a screenshot of the one I purchased and love!! Red tells Donna that as an adult she should tell her parents and if she doesn't he will. Meanwhile, Jackie wants to have a girls' night with Donna and is shocked to find out that Donna has become friends with Sam.
Eric wonders if he should confess the truth to Red in order to keep him from forcing Hyde out. Laurie tags along and dramatically changes Fez's life. And Donna is upset that Eric hasn't contacted her from Africa yet. Meanwhile, Red, overjoyed at finally getting a pay check again, buys a special treat for himself and Kitty. All episodes following the pilot were directed by. Jackie wants to spend time with Hyde, but when he won't go to roller disco with her, she decides to see what life is like on his side of the tracks. So Eric, Hyde and Kelso cut down a tree off the interstate and keep the money.
Donna has her eye on a special someone to ask out for Valentine's Day, but gets turned down. That 70's Show is one of my favorite tv series ever!! Meanwhile, Jackie suggests that Kelso kiss another girl so that they can reconcile. Upset that she talked to the others instead of him, Eric suggests that they just don't do it again. Also, Laurie starts hitting on Kelso out of boredom. And Hyde and Fez try to decide what to do with some dead fish that they stole. Kelso and Fez move into their new apartment and compete over who gets the master bedroom. Red returns home from the doctor with no problems, except for the fact that he's just spent two hundred dollars on heart pills that he no longer needs.
But this tense situation is put aside so that the six friends can go camping together the night before graduation. It is a parody of how people lived in the early setenta. This is a great set it comes the widescreen version, since the original show was actually recorded in widescreen. The only reason I haven't made the score lower is thankfully everything else in this set is very good. Hyde gets a job at the FotoHut, and finds out that compared to his boss, he's a workaholic. I've watched about 4 or 5 of the discs so far and have had no problem with skipping, freezing, the sound was fine, the picture looked fine. Donna's relationship with Randy is taking off, and although she tries to keep it a secret, the gang finds out.
The entire series of 200 episodes has been released on Regions 1, 2 and 4 , and in 2015, the series was released on. Afraid that he'll turn the other kids into dope fiends, Red asks Eric if Hyde has ever pressured him to do drugs in the past. On the other hand, Hyde and Angie believe there's someone breaking into the store, so Angie places a camera to see who it is. His solution is one that Kitty, Red and Donna have differing opinions on. I was expecting a big hit on video quality considering they crammed as much episodes as they could on a Blu-ray disc each discs contain 12-13 episodes so I was pleasantly surprised.
Red introduces Hyde to his secret stash. Meanwhile, Red and Kitty meet their neighbors; Kitty's worried how Red will react to their lifestyle, but all that concerns Red is which football team they're cheering for. Randy wants to take Donna away to a cabin, which makes her suspect his intentions; Red takes Hyde to his Lodge, and Hyde's intentions come under suspicion. The son of one of Red's buddies from the Marines arrives in Point Place, and the guys take a liking to him when they find out what his dad does now. At the end of the day the show is worth having in blue ray. Blu Ray is way better!! Eric goes to the hospital with Kitty and is amazed at all she has to deal with every day.
For Seasons 5—8, episodes were titled after song names from various 1970s : fifth season episodes are named after songs by , sixth season titles are songs, all seventh season titles are from and, except for the finale, eighth season titles are songs. Eric is shocked to discover that his college tuition fund is gone, and has to find another way to raise the money. But when Kelso and Donna tell Jackie that Hyde planned on proposing to her, Jackie tries to win him back, only to discover that what happens in Vegas, doesn't necessarily stay in Vegas. So tune in and prepare to trip out with the funky fooleries of your favorite groovy gang! All the guys are infatuated with her, much to Donna and Jackie's dismay. Hyde changes from the conspiracy minded trouble-making guy Eric loves to a total bore. Laurie spikes the punch with rum and Jackie's friend's are all attracted to Fez all of the sudden. The gang wants to have a party; the party gets a little out of control, and one of W.