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8th May '17 11:46:12 PM moi67
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** Don't forget the episode in which Grandma dies and Red laughs when Eric tells him that he believed it was his fault if Bernice died.
8th May '17 9:56:32 PM moi67
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** In fact, during first season, Red is actually nice to Eric. Even if he punishes him sometimes, he gives him advice in order to have the perfect job or evening with Donna or birthday, he gives him a survival kit for his week-end, allows him to organize a party, offers him 10 dollars if he works around the house and even admits he loves him, though he's drunk.
8th May '17 7:44:57 AM moi67
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* Think about this : In That Wrestling Show, Red and Eric play an amical wrestle battle at home at the end of this episode. Although Red tricks Eric in order to win the match and make him say that his dad is the king, Red actually gives him a hug which comes from his heart, not his conscience. It's a nice moment of heartwarming, even when you consider that Red usually despises Eric and can't express his feelings.
29th Apr '17 7:47:44 AM MM_Crusader
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* In season 5 after Tommy Chong temporarily leaves the show, Hyde and most of the gang try to track down Leo since Hyde hasn't seen him in awhile. Hyde is adamant that Leo wouldn't go away without saying goodbye, and eventually they find Leo's cousin Eli who reveals Leo did leave town but he left Hyde a note saying why he was leaving and telling Hyde he's a good kid. Hyde momentarily loses his cool demeanour and Jackie remarks that he really does love that "old dirty little hippie". Keep in mind Leo was(in his own way) a father like figure to Hyde, and the only parental figure besides Red and Kitty that never ditched him.

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* In season 5 after Tommy Chong temporarily leaves the show, Hyde and most of the gang try to track down Leo since Hyde hasn't seen him in awhile. Hyde is adamant that Leo wouldn't go away without saying goodbye, and eventually they find Leo's cousin Eli who reveals Leo did leave town but he left Hyde a note saying why he was leaving and telling Hyde he's a good kid. Hyde momentarily loses his cool demeanour demeanor and Jackie remarks that he really does love that "old dirty little hippie". Keep in mind Leo was(in his own way) a father like figure to Hyde, and the only parental figure besides Red and Kitty that never ditched him.


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* Jackie's relationship with Red. Out of Eric's circle, she is probably the only person who genuinely loves him, seeing him as a father figure. Red on the other hand, while often finding her annoying, seems to have a soft spot for her.
** They first bonded in "Career Day" when the two are fixing the Vista Cruiser, with Red even admits that he finds Jackie likeable.
** There are several occasions Jackie hugs Red for comfort, much to Red's discomfort.
** During the seventh season finale, thinking that she leaving for Chicago and not be returning, Jackie calls Eric and tells him to pass the phone to his father so she can tell him that she loves him.
21st Mar '17 1:32:42 PM FrankLinegar
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** In the same episode, we learn that when Fez first met the other guys he was being harassed by the football team, but Hyde tells him if they bother him again to just come find him.


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** Hyde gets one as well for sneaking Jackie into the basement every night, not to have sex but because he doesn't want her in her house alone.


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* In season 3 Hyde is the only person to remember Kitty's birthday and have a gift for her even though he's no longer living with the Foreman's at this point. It shows how much he cares about and appreciates Kitty, who's basically the only real mother he's ever had.
* When Midge leaves Bob and Donna, Hyde talks to her about her brief relapse into intimacy with Eric. When she says she would have done it with anyone, Hyde jokes that hashed could have come found him, but then immediately tells her he's kidding, puts his arm around her and tells her he's sorry about her mom leaving.
** It makes sense considering Hyde knows what it's like to have a parent abandon you(several times in his case) and, outside of Eric, Donna is probably his closest friend and vice versa.
* In season 5 after Tommy Chong temporarily leaves the show, Hyde and most of the gang try to track down Leo since Hyde hasn't seen him in awhile. Hyde is adamant that Leo wouldn't go away without saying goodbye, and eventually they find Leo's cousin Eli who reveals Leo did leave town but he left Hyde a note saying why he was leaving and telling Hyde he's a good kid. Hyde momentarily loses his cool demeanour and Jackie remarks that he really does love that "old dirty little hippie". Keep in mind Leo was(in his own way) a father like figure to Hyde, and the only parental figure besides Red and Kitty that never ditched him.
** The next scene has Hyde, Kelso, Fez and Jackie reminisce about Leo in the circle.
24th Jan '17 3:25:33 PM needlessexposition
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* In "Fez Gets the Girl," Laurie is struggling through cosmetology school and Kitty's determination to keep her from dropping out is one of the few times we see them truly bond as mother and daughter.
22nd Jan '17 12:56:25 AM dianastills
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* In one episode, Red finally sees Laurie's true nature upfront, and treats her with disappointment, leading to her becoming depressed. After initially reveling in the situation, Eric begins feeling sorry for her. The scenes between are beautifully heartwarming when compared to their interactions in almost every other episode.

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* In one episode, Red finally sees Laurie's true nature upfront, and treats her with disappointment, leading to her becoming depressed. After initially reveling revelling in the situation, Eric begins feeling sorry for her. The scenes between are beautifully heartwarming when compared to their interactions in almost every other episode.


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** Anytime Laurie acts like a ''human being.'' You can count the instances on one hand, but they are brief and beautiful.
22nd Jun '16 10:40:55 AM ShorinBJ
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** In a more sincere moment, after Jackie started living with Donna's family after her dad had been arrested, Jackie had been acting like an insufferable creep and read Donna's diary. Then she revealed to Eric and Donna that she had paid for Eric's engagement ring to Donna to make up for her behavior after Eric was trying to figure out how the debt was taken care of. From then on, Jackie and Donna end up becoming much closer as friends and even Eric seems to get along with her better.

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** In a more sincere moment, after Jackie started living with Donna's family after her dad had been arrested, Jackie had been acting like an insufferable creep and read reading Donna's diary. Then she revealed to Eric and Donna that she had paid for Eric's engagement ring to Donna to make up for her behavior after Eric was trying to figure out how the debt was taken care of. From then on, Jackie and Donna end up becoming much closer as friends and even Eric seems to get along with her better.better.
** Jackie did keep making remarks to the effect that Donna shouldn't marry Eric or have be with him, but as soon as she realized Donna was seriously wondering if she was making a mistake marrying Eric, Jackie told her that they were meant to be together.
16th Jun '16 5:48:40 AM ShorinBJ
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* When Fez meets Nina's parents, they forbid the relationship because he's not white. Later on Kelso not only comforts him but when Nina comes around Kelso immediately jumps up and yells at her in Fez's defence. Fortunately, Nina agrees that her parents are racist and Fez forgives her immediately after learning she wants to sleep with him on her parent's bed.

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* When Fez meets Nina's parents, they forbid the relationship because he's not white. Later on Kelso not only comforts him but when Nina comes around Kelso immediately jumps up and yells at her in Fez's defence. Fortunately, Nina agrees that her parents are racist and Fez forgives her immediately after learning she wants to sleep with him on her parent's parents' bed.



* In Season 1, Red and Kitty spend an evening having dinner with Bob and Midge and are perplexed by their outlandish behavior (which is a red flag to Bob and Midge's eventual divorce). After the couple leave, they discuss how bizarre their behavior is, uncertain how it'll effect their marriage.

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* In Season 1, Red and Kitty spend an evening having dinner with Bob and Midge and are perplexed by their outlandish behavior (which is a red flag to Bob and Midge's eventual divorce). After the couple leave, they discuss how bizarre their behavior is, uncertain how it'll effect affect their marriage.



'''Red:''' ''(pauses, considering it)'' Well, we don't have to. ''(puts arm around Midge, smiling)'' We're classic. ''(They kiss)''

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'''Red:''' ''(pauses, considering it)'' Well, we don't have to. ''(puts arm around Midge, Kitty, smiling)'' We're classic. ''(They kiss)''


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* Fez spends most of the episode "That '70s Musical" thinking his friends don't care about him; they forget to tell him about a party, and are apparent no-shows for his musical performance. They show up at the last minute, revealing they were delayed because they stopped to TP the house of a teacher he hates.
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