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Set in the mood ring and polyester era of the 1970s, the series is a retro-hip situation comedy about an eclectic group of friends on the verge of adulthood. They live in the suburbs of Wisconsin, where they yearn for independence amid the growing pains of becoming adults.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Eric learns that his parents have spent all of his college savings, so he must find a way to finance the next four years.
aired 44 days ago
Donna prepares for college; Kelso returns to ring in the '80s with his friends.
aired 44 days ago
Red and Kitty show their home to prospective buyers; Jackie tells Fez the truth about how she feels.
aired 48 days ago
Jackie makes Fez's life miserable when she declares her love and he turns her down.
aired 48 days ago
Fez decides to stop being a player and settle down with one woman; Hyde convinces Red to sell his heart medication.
aired 48 days ago
Jackie tries to seduce Fez with disco; Kitty and Red learn that their new neighbors are gay.
aired 48 days ago
Jackie seeks advice from Donna and a therapist when she realizes that she has feelings for Fez.
aired 48 days ago
Samantha's real husband shows up; Jackie makes of list of qualities she desires in a man.
aired 48 days ago
On the way home from the county fair, Fez accidentally throws Kitty's wedding ring out the window.
aired 51 days ago
Donna wonders whether dating Randy is the right thing; Fez tries to impress the ladies. Isaac Hayes guest stars as himself.
aired 51 days ago
When a guest cancels a booking on "What's Up, Wisconsin?", Jackie's job is on the line unless she finds a replacement.
aired 51 days ago
Jackie's new job at the station keeps her on edge as she assists crazy boss Christine St. George.
aired 51 days ago
When Jackie lands a job on a local celebrity talk show, she quickly learns that working in showbiz is not at all what she expected.
aired 51 days ago
Jackie nearly gets Fez evicted but makes it up to him by winning over their landlord with her passion for fashion.
aired 52 days ago
When Hyde's father asks him to housesit while he is out of town, the gang convinces Hyde to throw a party.
aired 56 days ago
At the salon, Fez meets a promiscuous older woman who is interested in more than just a wash, rinse and repeat.
aired 56 days ago
The gang is bored hanging out in the basement, so Randy spices things up by taking everyone out to the local burger joint.
aired 56 days ago
When Donna and Randy begin spending more time together, Fez and Jackie suspect that there is more going on than meets the eye.
aired 56 days ago
Jackie moves into Fez's apartment after Kelso goes to Chicago; Sam helps Donna take sexy pictures of herself to send to Eric in Africa.
aired 56 days ago
Red and Kitty mark their 25th anniversary; Vic (Bruce Willis) offers Kelso a job at a gentlemen's club in Chicago.
aired 56 days ago
In honor of Hyde's new married status, the guys decide to throw him a belated surprise bachelor party.

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