That '70s Show (1998–2006)
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With an empty nest, Kitty decides on a course of self-improvement. Eric decides he wants to be an artist. Hyde learns the joy of business attire.


David Trainer


Bonnie Turner (created by), Terry Turner (created by) | 4 more credits »


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Episode complete credited cast:
Topher Grace ... Eric Forman
Mila Kunis ... Jackie Burkhart
Ashton Kutcher ... Michael Kelso
Danny Masterson ... Steven Hyde
Laura Prepon ... Donna Pinciotti
Wilmer Valderrama ... Fez
Debra Jo Rupp ... Kitty Forman
Kurtwood Smith ... Reginald "Red" Forman
Don Stark ... Bob Pinciotti
Tim Reid ... William Barnett
Tanya Roberts ... Midge Pinciotti
Winston Story ... Dennis


Kelso decides it's time to extend his new respecting women to dumping his porn collection by giving it to the needy- that's Fez, but he cannot handle having to stop reading Playboys. Kitty has taken up tai-ji with Donna and Mitch and gets a Buddha statue to match, but that doesn't square with pet-dog Schotzi. Hyde's first day in his dad's office is a disaster, even wearing a suit and tie isn't as bad as the mindless paperwork... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance


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Release Date:

6 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Carsey-Werner Company See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Donna tells Kitty the meditation she and Midge are doing is called 'tai chi'. Tai chi is a form of karate. What Donna, Midge, and Kitty are doing is called 'tai chi chi'. See more »


Eric Forman: Mom, maybe you should stop worrying about everyone else so much and start thinking about yourself. Maybe you should find something to enrich your life. Oh, may I suggest the teachings of the Jedi?
Reginald "Red" Forman: And may I suggest the footing of your ass?
[Eric waves his hand, imitating Obi-Wan Kenobi's gesture of mind trick]
Eric Forman: This is not the ass you're looking for.
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Spoofs Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »


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
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Minority religions are easy prey to comedy.
18 March 2010 | by Gore_WonSee all my reviews

I am not a Buddhist and do not have warm or fuzzy feelings towards the religion, but that is no excuse for the show's writers and producers to allow the use of a religious symbol to create comedy if they are not willing to do so with other religions.

What am I talking about? This episode showed the dropping of a Buddha statue, even though it was later implied that it was not damaged, I do not believe that the show would use a Christian or Jewish symbol in the same way. I do not believe that religion should be immune from comedy, oftentimes it invites them, but it should not be done at the expense of a minority.

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