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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 119 days ago
After his breakup with Donna, Eric receives a visit from a guardian angel (Wayne Knight), who shows him the value of love.
aired 119 days ago
When Kelso discovers a box of donated toys at the precinct, he mistakenly brings it home for the guys to play with; Hyde refuses to accompany Jackie to the Christmas event.
aired 119 days ago
Jackie invites the guys to her high-school dance; Kelso visits Brooke (Shannon Elizabeth) at the library; Kitty casts Red as Santa Claus, sparking a rivalry between him and Bob.
aired 119 days ago
Eric agrees to direct the church's Christmas pageant, and the casting of his friends leads to disagreements over the interpretation.
aired 119 days ago
Eric (Topher Grace) stumbles home from Hyde and Bud's (Danny Masterson, guest star Robert Hays) holiday bash and pukes in Red's (Kurtwood Smith) shoes.
aired 119 days ago
Eric uses Red's money, which was intended for a Christmas tree, for a party; Laurie spikes the punch.
aired 125 days ago
Eric has an eye-opening experience while watching an X-rated movie; Kitty's sophisticated sister pays a visit.
aired 125 days ago
Jackie (Mila Kunis) tests Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) on his feelings about maturity, fidelity and parenting before taking him back.
aired 125 days ago
Red and Eric (Kurtwood Smith, Topher Grace) are shamed into taking Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) square dancing after forgetting her birthday.
aired 125 days ago
Red and Kitty's romantic weekend is ruined by the noisy guests in the room next door -- Eric and Donna.
aired 125 days ago
Eric (Topher Grace) pulls down Donna's (Laura Prepon) pants during a basketball game with the guys, revealing her granny panties.
aired 125 days ago
Eric turns green with envy when Donna interns at a radio station; Kelso becomes Jackie's slave for a week.
aired 125 days ago
Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) invites the gang out to dinner and then abandons them before the bill comes. With Topher Grace and Laura Prepon.
aired 125 days ago
A new girl (guest star Allison Munn) dazzles Fez (Wilmer Valderrama); Hyde, Kelso and Jackie (Danny Masterson, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis) compete for Donna's (Laura Prepon) extra Led Zeppelin ticket.
aired 125 days ago
Donna and Eric freeze each other out after getting into a fight about a school project on the Cold War.
aired 125 days ago
Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) recruits Red (Kurtwood Smith) and the guys to help out at a church fund-raiser; Fez (Wilmer Valderrama) breaks up with Caroline (guest star Allison Munn). John Ratzenberger and Kevin McDonald guest star.
aired 131 days ago
Everyone gets into hot water while playing a version of "The Newlywed Game" at the ice shack.
aired 132 days ago
Jackie tries to make Hyde jealous by bringing a date to Red's annual barbecue; Bob hosts his own competing barbecue.
aired 132 days ago
While watching a friend's baby, Kitty decides that she wants another child; Donna and Eric talk about having children someday.
aired 132 days ago
Eric's cute new lab partner has the hots for him, and Donna finds a strange pair of panties in his car.
aired 132 days ago
Sparks fly when Jackie and Fez (Mila Kunis, Wilmer Valderrama) team up for a roller disco contest; Red (Kurtwood Smith) is sued by a former employee.

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