It's the the day of the Snow King election ball. Jackie expected to compensate her lost wealth by excelling popularity, so she was friendly -to some- for two whole weeks. Michael is elected king, but when vice principal Cole announces a tornado red alert his admirable efforts to preside over emergency measures, the royal leadership is hardly taken as seriously as it deserves. Jackie is crushed to be mere runner up for queen, so Kelso's girl, not the other way around. Hyde came with some of 'his best', to build a party his style in coach's office, gets caught in the act, but when coach hears about his phobia -tornado- decides to try something: smoking weed! Fez and Rhonda decide also to get rid of their virginity, but... Meanwhile Bob and his floozy Joanne Stupac, who have no shelter, kill time in Red's basement, and his mood... The only ignorant one is Eric, who forgot to bring Donna, whom he promised a ride, and thus arrives at the radio station, where she was left alone, as saving ...
Did You Know?
This was Mila Kunis' favorite episode because she got to play Dorothy in the fantasy scene, a role she was denied in grade school. See more
Eric had no idea a tornado was behind his car. During a tornado, there would be strong winds, & debris but the air was calm. He would have noticed some kind of weather change, like humidity, rain, wind, etc. The tornado comes & goes without leaving any signs of it blowing through. See more
[Begins the dream sequence as Dorothy walking to her direction
Oh, Toto. Losing Snow Queen has left me searching for guidance. Surely, the Wizard of oz can help.
[Stops walking as she bumps into Kelso as Scarecrow
Oh, well, Jackie, why'd you make me the Scarecrow? He needs a brain!
No. No, I made you the Scarecrow because you love chasing birds.
I do love chasing birds.
[Both of them start to walk together but stops when they bump into Hyde as the Tin man
Is this some kind of joke, cause I'm ...
Spoofs The Wizard of Oz
That '70s Song
Written by 'Ben Vaughan (II)' (uncredited)
Performed by Cheap Trick
Based on "In the Street"
Written by Alex Chilton
and Chris Bell See more