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22nd May '18 1:13:02 PM Endledor
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** A lot of graduations have a fake diploma for the ceremony and mail your real one to you later. And since Eric wasn't at the ceremony, he wasn't told he didn't get to walk. Normally the guidance counselor would deal with that situation, but since we see later the counselor is obsessed with Donna it's possible he wanted to screw Eric over.
24th Mar '18 7:57:34 PM nombretomado
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1st Jan '18 3:34:51 PM prizzo
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* In the episode 'Class Picture' (4x20), Eric's subplot (separate from the flashbacks) is how his zit is going to ruin his picture, ultimately resulting in him popping it and requiring a band-aid for his picture. Except that the zit only became visible once Hyde pushed Eric's hair back, and it remains that way. Eric could have easily solved his problem by covering the zit with his hair.
30th Dec '17 2:07:02 PM prizzo
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** While Brooke was introduced just to be Kelso's baby mama, throughout season 6, he spent large amounts of time with her (even leaving a party to hang out with her) and did try to start a real relationship with her. He even signed them up for a parenting class on Kitty's suggestion. Furthermore: he convinced Brooke to move to Chicago to be with Brooke's own mother so she could help raise the baby, he was there when the baby was born, he would later move to Chicago in order to be closer to Brooke and the baby, and it was the fact that he had spent so much time with the baby and had been so involved that caused Brooke to let him pick the godparents. The only time Kelso was "off the hook" from being in the baby's life was around the first few weeks of Brooke's pregnancy, which gave Kelso time to realize that he did want to be involved.

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** While Brooke was introduced just to be as Kelso's baby mama, throughout season 6, he spent large amounts of time with her (even leaving a party to hang out with her) and did try to start a real relationship with her. He even signed them up for a parenting class on Kitty's suggestion. Furthermore: he convinced Brooke to move to Chicago to be with Brooke's own so her mother so she could help raise the baby, he was there when the baby was born, he would later move to Chicago in order to be closer to Brooke and the baby, and it was the fact that he had spent so much time with the baby and had been so involved that caused Brooke to let him pick the godparents. The only time Kelso was "off the hook" from being in the baby's life was around the first few weeks of Brooke's pregnancy, which gave Kelso time to realize that he did want to be involved.
30th Dec '17 2:05:43 PM prizzo
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** While Brooke was introduced just to be Kelso's baby mama, throughout season 6, he spent large amounts of time with her (even leaving a party to hang out with her) and did try to start a real relationship with her. He even signed them up for a parenting class on Kitty's suggestion. Furthermore: he convinced Brooke to move to Chicago to be with Brooke's own mother so she could help raise the baby, he was there when the baby was born, he would later move to Chicago in order to be closer to Brooke and the baby, and it was the fact that he had spent so much time with the baby and had been so involved that caused Brooke to let him pick the godparents. The only time Kelso was "off the hook" from being in the baby's life was around the first few weeks of Brooke's pregnancy, which gave Kelso time to realize that he did want to be involved.
15th Dec '17 5:53:46 AM julio144
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***Also take into account that Red is a man who very much believes in the American Dream, namely, that he put in his time in the Navy and therefore he deserves a nice house, a nice job, and nice, obedient, ambitious children. Instead, he has been laid off from his job and has two children who fall far short of his expectations. Eric is a lazy burnout, instead of a hardworking athlete and star-student, and Laurie is a mooching, manipulative, promiscuous college drop-out instead of a virginal, studious, and domestic young woman. Also, they promised him a hovercraft.
11th Nov '17 11:22:49 AM alxs621
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*** I think it's implied that he's hard on Eric because he knows Eric has the capacity to be highly successful if he just stops being so lazy, while he dotes Laurie because he knows she's a good-for-nothing slut who will never achieve anything and wants to give her some good times before her unavoidable downfall.
11th Nov '17 11:19:24 AM alxs621
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*** This, so very much. Season 4 is pretty much 27 episodes worth of Donna torturing Eric out of some falsely self-righteous outrage; throughout the season she's shown abusing his feelings for her to her advantage, refusing to be with him but also blocking him every single time he tries to get on with his life and constantly flipping between wanting to be his friend and bullying him, and it's all depicted as something we should like her for.

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*** This, so very much. This. Season 4 is pretty much 27 episodes worth of Donna torturing Eric out of some falsely her self-righteous outrage; throughout outrage (Over a break-up that she very much pushed him into with her horrid behavior). Throughout the season she's shown abusing his feelings for her to her advantage, refusing to be with him but also blocking him every single time he tries to get on with his life and constantly flipping between wanting to be his friend and bullying him, him openly; and it's all depicted as something we should like her for.for!
11th Nov '17 11:05:42 AM alxs621
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*** This, so very much. Season 4 is pretty much 27 episodes worth of Donna torturing Eric out of some falsely self-righteous outrage; throughout the season she's shown abusing his feelings for her to her advantage, refusing to be with him but also blocking him every single time he tries to get on with his life and constantly flipping between wanting to be his friend and bullying him, and it's all depicted as something we should like her for.
21st Jul '17 1:16:01 AM HuntressTV
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* Hyde meets his dad... then later in the show, Kitty says "Oh, Hyde! That's not your dad after all... this is your dad". Though understandable, because his mother could definitely not have known who his legitimate father was, if the name of the father was on the birth certificate she did know. Yes it's also understandable that she didn't tell him, but it seems to me his deadbeat mother would rather try to get this new rich father's money than to pretend a poor drunkard was Hyde's dad... There are reasonable explanations for this, but what upsets me most is that the writer's would do the same exact storyline twice. It's like they ran out of ideas.
** When Hyde goes to meet his new father, Red, Kitty, and Jackie go too. Hyde goes into his father's office without everyone else, and Kitty and Jackie are upset that he didn't take them to meet his dad for the first time... then very next episode, Hyde meets his father for the first time, which presumably he already did last episode? And they're not even in his father's office this time!
* Night before graduation the gang goes camping, then they're late for graduation. They all know they are to graduate and they graduate though in their own makeshift ceremony. They're seen in their caps and gowns with diplomas... Then several seasons later Eric gets his transcript in the mail saying he can't graduate. What?
* Why would Kelso's baby mama allow Kelso to pick the baby's godparents when he wasn't even really supposed to be included in the baby's life at all?
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