Goodfornothing Hyde surprises everyone, even himself, responding to Kitty's maternal influence by making some efforts at study and chores, no longer 'admired' by the other boys as the perfect bad example. Eric's initial happiness with the brother he never had soon turns in frustration as Hyde constantly gets hight praise and is even set as an example for doing less and half as good, while Eric is now kid no. 3, and listens to one of Kelso's worst-advised ideas... Red's fellow Korea veteran Bull is in Point Place, showing off to him him and Bob as a success in business selling hot tubs with a young, attractive wife; when the Formans attend his 'key party', they aren't prepared for that term meaning wife-swapping by lottery...Written by
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While Red, Kitty, Bull and Joy are in the hot tub, Red mentions that a jet hit him right in the kiester (rear end), yet the surface water is only rippling when anyone moves their arms. Therefore, the jets were either not on, or they were so weak that the water doesn't ripple. See more »
[Eric and Donna are making out in the couch but they both stop when they hear her parents arguing outside of the room]
Here's a crazy idea, why don't you do the dishes, Bob?
Why don't I do the dishes? I work all day!
Well... I meditate all day!
Why don't you meditate over the sink and wash the dishes!
[Both Bob and Midge come bursting in the room]
Donna, will you tell your father he's a jackass!
Donna, your mother was fine until she met those feminists and started thinking!
Well, excuse me, Bob, ...
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