History Heartwarming / That70sShow

27th Apr '16 7:30:36 AM shamblingdead2
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* In Season 3, Donna wins a pair of tickets to a Led Zeppelin concert. Eric has to work, and the rest of the gang spends the episode bickering about who should get the remaining ticket. Donna then gives the ticket to Fez and the girl he likes.
17th Apr '16 8:35:30 AM needlessexposition
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* In one episode, Red finally sees Laurie's true nature upfront, and treats her with dissapointment, leading to her becoming depressed. After initially 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.
** There was also an episode where she comforted Eric after he became traumatised by seeing his parents have sex. She also briefly became a saint towards the end of her original actor's run, but reverted soon after with no explanation.

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* In one episode, Red finally sees Laurie's true nature upfront, and treats her with dissapointment, disappointment, leading to her becoming depressed. After initially revelling 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.
** There was also an episode where she comforted Eric after he became traumatised traumatized by seeing his parents have sex. She also briefly became a saint towards the end of her original actor's run, but reverted soon after with no explanation.explanation.
** Really, any scene with those two actually getting along is heartwarming since they've been portrayed as antagonistic toward each other since the day Eric was born.



** For as grumpy as he is about taking in Eric's friends, he actually does want to help but he's being realistic about how much it would cost and the Formans don't have a lot of money.



** 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.

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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.



* Hyde spent the night pulling fire alarms so [[spoiler:Donna wouldn't have sex with Casey]].
* . When Eric is dealing from the fallout of breaking up with Donna, at first Red appears to dismiss it and force Eric to work and do chores. As the episode progresses Red sees the pain that Eric is going through. In a moment of true understanding Red tells Eric he can be as lazy as he wants and take time off work in order to cope with the breakup. This being tremendous since Red often takes a hard stance on any kind of laziness on Eric's part.

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* Hyde spent the night pulling fire alarms so [[spoiler:Donna wouldn't have sex with Casey]].
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Casey]]. Eric makes this a CrowningMomentOfFunny when Hyde keeps insisting it wasn't for him and only because he wanted to do something illegal.
--->'''Eric''': All I can hear is, "I love you, I love you, I love you."
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When Eric is dealing from the fallout of breaking up with Donna, at first Red appears to dismiss it and force Eric to work and do chores. As the episode progresses Red sees the pain that Eric is going through. In a moment of true understanding Red tells Eric he can be as lazy as he wants and take time off work in order to cope with the breakup. This being tremendous since Red often takes a hard stance on any kind of laziness on Eric's part.
15th Apr '16 10:06:17 AM needlessexposition
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* In the episode "Career Day," we see a bunch of heartwarming moments. Red ends up bonding with the paternally neglected Jackie, Eric has a newfound respect for the work his mother does at the hospital, and even Hyde has a moment with his mother after Red advises him to go back and talk to her after they have a fight.

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* In the episode "Career Day," we see a bunch of heartwarming moments. Red ends up bonding with the paternally neglected Jackie, Jackie over mechanics, Eric has a newfound respect for the work his mother does at the hospital, Donna realizes how far her father's willing to go so that she can go to a good school and have a better job than he does, and even Hyde has a moment with his mother after Red advises him to go back and talk to her after they have a fight.
15th Apr '16 9:58:51 AM needlessexposition
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* In the episode "Career Day," we see a bunch of heartwarming moments. Red ends up bonding with the paternally neglected Jackie, Eric has a newfound respect for the work his mother does at the hospital, and even Hyde has a moment with his mother after Red advises him to go back and talk to her after they have a fight.
26th Jan '16 1:18:30 AM AdamC
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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 their marriage.
-->'''Red:''' Now they're into every fad there is. Things change, Kitty.\\
'''Kitty:''' Well, we don't.\\
'''Red:''' ''(pauses, considering it)'' Well, we don't have to. ''(puts arm around Midge, smiling)'' We're classic. ''(They kiss)''
18th Dec '15 8:01:34 PM SideburnsKid
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* Leo's explaining to Kitty why he loves attending church. [[CompletelyMissingThePoint Namely, because there's a nice man telling stories on stage, and everyone gets to sing as loud as they want.]]
26th Jul '15 2:27:19 AM shamblingdead2
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* A blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, but during Season 7's "Let's Spend the Night Together," when Hyde meets his real father (played by Tim Reid). Hyde's father turns out to be well-to-do, and accuses Hyde of wanting money from him. Hyde leaves, and Red comes to Steven's defense. It shows that Red thinks of Steven as a son.
--> You're supposed to look at me, and know I raised fine young men!
9th May '15 10:38:05 AM maestro_89
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*. When Eric is dealing from the fallout of breaking up with Donna, at first Red appears to dismiss it and force Eric to work and do chores. As the episode progresses Red sees the pain that Eric is going through. In a moment of true understanding Red tells Eric he can be as lazy as he wants and take time off work in order to cope with the breakup. This being tremendous since Red often takes a hard stance on any kind of laziness on Eric's part.
11th Apr '15 2:57:33 AM DannWoolf
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* Hyde spent the night pulling fire alarms so [[spoiler: Donna wouldn't have sex with Casey.]]

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* Hyde spent the night pulling fire alarms so [[spoiler: Donna [[spoiler:Donna wouldn't have sex with Casey.]]Casey]].
10th Apr '15 3:19:51 PM Anicomicgeek
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* The final episode has a twofer, as Red reveals to Hyde that he'd kept every cent he'd paid the Foremans as rent over the years, and was saving it for when he finally moved out on his own so that he would have some money to fall back on. This was actually a callback to Season 2 when Hyde first got a job and Red said he was going to put that money in a savings account for him (joking that he hadn't decided between that and blowing it all on booze) after Hyde voluntarily gave them his paycheck without them asking him. Hyde then decides to use that money to buy Red a season ticket for his beloved Green Bay Packers, something he had wanted for most of his life.

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* The final episode has a twofer, as Red reveals to Hyde that he'd kept every cent he'd paid the Foremans Formans as rent over the years, and was saving it for when he finally moved out on his own so that he would have some money to fall back on. This was actually a callback to Season 2 when Hyde first got a job and Red said he was going to put that money in a savings account for him (joking that he hadn't decided between that and blowing it all on booze) after Hyde voluntarily gave them his paycheck without them asking him. Hyde then decides to use that money to buy Red a season ticket for his beloved Green Bay Packers, something he had wanted for most of his life.



* When her dad goes to jail, Jackie seeks comfort from Hyde - who unsurprisingly is incapable of being sensitive. In the end, Hyde shaves off his beard (which Jackie hated) to make her happy.

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* When her dad goes to jail, Jackie seeks comfort from Hyde - who Hyde--who unsurprisingly is incapable of being sensitive. In the end, Hyde shaves off his beard (which Jackie hated) to make her happy.
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