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That '70s Show (season 2)

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That '70s Show
Season 2
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Starring
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes26
Release
Original networkFox
Original releaseSeptember 28, 1999 (1999-09-28) –
May 22, 2000 (2000-05-22)
Season chronology
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The second season of That '70s Show, an American television series, began September 28, 1999, and ended on May 22, 2000. It aired on Fox. The region 1 DVD was released on April 19, 2005.[1] This season is set entirely in the year 1977.

Cast

Main

Special appearance

Special guest

Recurring

  • Paul Connor as Timmy Thompson

Guest

Episodes

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
Viewers
(millions)
261"Garage Sale"David TrainerDave SchiffSeptember 28, 1999 (1999-09-28)20411.25[2]
Hyde makes "special brownies" for the Formans' garage sale as Red's job at the plant has come to an end, but things don't go the way he intends when Red, Kitty, Bob and Midge eat all the brownies. A stoned Red accidentally sells Eric's Vista Cruiser and Fez kisses Jackie, which only earns him a punch in the face from Kelso.
272"Red's Last Day"David TrainerMark BrazillOctober 5, 1999 (1999-10-05)2018.82[3]
On his last day of work at the plant, a depressed Red gets drunk with his co-workers at a bar and when Eric, Hyde and Fez go to collect him, they get drunk as well. Meanwhile, Kelso gets a free van from his uncle and Laurie starts to get a little amorous with him. Jackie and Donna talk about sex.
283"The Velvet Rope"David TrainerJoshua Sternin & Jeffrey VentimiliaOctober 12, 1999 (1999-10-12)20210.46[4]
Tired of her parents' odd behavior, Donna forces Eric, Hyde and Fez to take her to a dance club in Chicago, but initially only Donna is let in, forcing the guys to think up ways to get in. Kelso gets a makeover from Jackie, and Red starts looking for other jobs in town but hits a snag when he finds his former co-workers from the plant are after the same job he discovers.
294"Laurie and the Professor"David TrainerLinda WallemOctober 19, 1999 (1999-10-19)2038.77[5]
One of Laurie's college professors (Stephen Tobolowsky) tries to get her to return to classes. Eric discovers his real reason for being at the Forman house and attempts to blackmail his sister with the information. Meanwhile, Hyde is having difficulty finding a suitable place to sleep and Donna is the center of her parents' fighting, as they attempt to win her favor by taking her shopping.
305"Halloween"David TrainerJoshua Sternin & Jeffrey VentimiliaOctober 26, 1999 (1999-10-26)2088.95[6]
The gang is at odds with each other after finding their old permanent records on Halloween night at their old, burned down elementary school. Many secrets are revealed. These include: that Donna used to streak; Kelso had to repeat the first grade; Jackie's middle name is Beulah; Eric was responsible for the first time Hyde got in trouble; the time Hyde kissed Donna; and Jackie saying that Fez was a better kisser than Kelso. Meanwhile, Red and Kitty reminisce about their first Halloween at Point Place.
316"Vanstock"David TrainerArthur F. MontmorencyNovember 2, 1999 (1999-11-02)2109.08[7]
The gang heads off to "Vanstock" and Laurie tags along. Donna is upset with Eric for not telling her about Kelso and Laurie, while Hyde fools around with the knowledge on their relationship to Jackie and Laurie, much to Kelso's dismay. Back at home, Red begins to watch soap operas under Midge's influence.
327"I Love Cake"David TrainerJeff Filgo & Jackie FilgoNovember 9, 1999 (1999-11-09)2057.83[8]
After Donna says "I love you", Eric responds strangely and is confused with how he should return his feelings. Jackie buys Kelso a jacket which makes him resemble Fonzie and Bob is kicked out of the house by Midge. Bob moves in with the Formans, much to Red and Kitty's dismay, forcing Red to come up with a plan to get him back into his own home.
338"Sleepover"David TrainerDean Batali & Rob DesHotelNovember 16, 1999 (1999-11-16)2079.38[9]
Eric and Donna sleep together but don't have sex. This prompts many jokes from the guys, convincing Eric he must do it the next time. Seeing money is tight in the Forman home, Hyde goes out to find a job at a photo-developing store, where the hippie Leo (Tommy Chong) is introduced.
349"Eric Gets Suspended"David TrainerPhilip StarkNovember 30, 1999 (1999-11-30)2099.13[10]
Eric gets suspended from school after getting caught holding Donna's cigarette; as punishment, Red makes him smoke a whole pack. Jackie is upset because Kelso won't let her decorate his van, and Hyde and Fez go on a double blind date.
3510"Red's Birthday"David TrainerMark HudisDecember 7, 1999 (1999-12-07)2068.48[11]
Red's birthday turns sour when Bob and Midge show up for dinner, but with their own dates. Eric thinks Donna doesn't confide with him as much as she does with others, while Jackie suspects Kelso is keeping something from her.
3611"Laurie Moves Out"David TrainerJohn SchwabDecember 14, 1999 (1999-12-14)2118.43[12]
Laurie moves out of the house and lies to Red about living with another man. Jackie's suspicion with Kelso cheating on her grows, thus he asks Hyde how to keep covering up his secrets.
3712"Eric's Stash"David TrainerChris PetersonJanuary 11, 2000 (2000-01-11)2139.01[13]
Eric wants to buy an anniversary present for Donna, but discovers his secret stash of money has been stolen. His suspicions on who the culprit is could lead to broken friendships. Meanwhile, Jackie enters a beauty pageant with Kelso as her "pageant boy".
3813"Hunting"David TrainerMark BrazillJanuary 18, 2000 (2000-01-18)2129.37[14]
The guys and husbands go deer hunting, while the girls and wives stay at home and play poker, which Laurie cheats at so Kitty can win. Red has a heart-to-heart talk over his angry behavior with Eric.
3914"Red's New Job"David TrainerJeff Filgo & Jackie FilgoFebruary 1, 2000 (2000-02-01)2158.72[15]
A new department store, Price Mart, is opening and Red seeks a managerial position, until Eric is hired as a stock boy first, much to his annoyance. Meanwhile, Laurie wants a real relationship with Kelso, and Kelso is unsure if he should continue dating her. He tries to end it, until Laurie threatens him with revealing his infidelity to Jackie.
4015"Burning Down the House"David TrainerDave SchiffFebruary 7, 2000 (2000-02-07)2168.94[16]
Jackie wants to throw a small, classy party, but Kelso ruins it by inviting everyone. Things get even worse when he accidentally sets her house on fire. Red discovers Bob's secret that he wears a toupee.
4116"The First Time"David TrainerMark HudisFebruary 14, 2000 (2000-02-14)2179.67[17]
Bob and Midge plan to have a second wedding, intending for Donna to write their vows, but she doesn't know how to put them into words. Kitty is upset at not being one of Midge's bridesmaids, while Kelso proves to Jackie he isn't as clueless about the two of them as she thinks he is. Maud Adams guest-starred appearing as a bridesmaid to Tanya Roberts (portraying Midge), along with Kristina Wayborn (her Octopussy co-star) and Barbara Carrera; all four share the title of Bond girl.
4217"Afterglow"David TrainerJoshua Sternin & Jeffrey VentimiliaFebruary 21, 2000 (2000-02-21)21810.00[18]
Eric and Donna have sex for the first time. Eric is dismayed to discover he was "awkward and weird." Red gets his first paycheck from Price Mart and celebrates by purchasing a motorcycle, which Kitty objects to at first.
4318"Kitty and Eric's Night Out"David TrainerLinda WallemFebruary 28, 2000 (2000-02-28)2149.94[19]
Red tells Eric to go out with Kitty so they can spend some quality time together, while Hyde is confused why a girl from a previous blind date is going out with Fez. Donna notices a stirring jealously from Jackie towards Fez's new girl.
4419"Parents Find Out"David TrainerMark HudisMarch 7, 2000 (2000-03-07)2228.93[20]
Eric and Donna have to tell their parents they were caught having sex in the back of Eric's Vista Cruiser by the police. Kitty becomes depressed and bedridden over this and Kelso installs a new CB radio in his van.
4520"Kiss of Death"David TrainerRob des Hotel & Dean BataliMarch 20, 2000 (2000-03-20)2197.57[21]
Kelso decides to break up with Laurie, but after she requests a goodbye kiss, Jackie notices and breaks up with him. Eric inadvertently runs over Donna's cat, Mr. Bonkers, and Fez is sent to the hospital after experiencing sharp, stabbing pains in his abdomen.
4621"Kelso's Serenade"David TrainerLinda WallemMarch 27, 2000 (2000-03-27)2207.88[22]
Kelso wants to win Jackie back by writing her a song, but Jackie turns to the unlikeliest person for comfort. Meanwhile, Red, Kitty and Laurie have to spend the weekend with bitter Aunt Pearl (Connie Sawyer), and Eric and Donna get into communication problems.
4722"Jackie Moves On"David TrainerPhilip StarkApril 3, 2000 (2000-04-03)2218.75[23]
Fez asks Jackie out for a date, but it doesn't go as he plans. Eric and Laurie's sibling rivalry heats up as embarrassing secrets about one another are revealed, and Red is upset when Kitty reveals she pawned his mother's necklace to buy food.
4823"Holy Crap!"David TrainerRob des Hotel & Dean BataliMay 1, 2000 (2000-05-01)2238.56[24]
Eric and Laurie quit going to church, which worries Kitty, and Jackie becomes attracted to Kelso when he starts growing a beard.
4924"Red Fired Up"David TrainerDave SchiffMay 8, 2000 (2000-05-08)2249.56[25]
Red redirects his anger away from Eric onto Earl (Robert Clendenin), one of his slacker employees at Price Mart. This makes Eric happy until Red fires Earl, leaving Eric to question his father's work attitude. Kelso dates Laurie again and the gang isn't too happy with his choice.
5025"Cat Fight Club"David TrainerPhilip StarkMay 15, 2000 (2000-05-15)2258.40[26]
Hyde teaches Jackie to be Zen when Laurie insults her. Red finds out that Kelso is dating Laurie and decides to set him straight.
5126"Moon Over Point Place"David TrainerJeff Filgo & Jackie FilgoMay 22, 2000 (2000-05-22)2268.09[27]
Eric is jealous when a picture of Donna mooning the camera appears in the yearbook. Bob is still uneasy knowing Eric is sleeping with Donna, and Jackie's constant affection for Hyde leads to a situation which lands Hyde in jail.

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