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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 25 days ago
Jackie becomes insatiable for food after breaking up with Kelso; Eric reveals a shocking secret about his sister.
aired 25 days ago
A broken-hearted Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) writes a love song for Jackie (Mila Kunis); Eric (Topher Grace) asserts his manhood with Donna (Laura Prepon).
aired 25 days ago
When Kelso kisses Laurie good-bye, Jackie catches them in the act; Eric accidentally hits Donna's cat.
aired 25 days ago
Eric and Donna get caught in a compromising position in the Vista Cruiser; the guys meet women over the CB radio.
aired 25 days ago
Eric grows flustered while watching an R-rated "Annie Hall" with his mother; Jackie is jealous of Fez's girlfriend.
aired 25 days ago
When a disenchanted Donna tells Jackie about her "first time," Eric hears about it through the grapevine.
aired 27 days ago
While Bob and Midge (Don Stark, Tanya Roberts) renew their wedding vows, Donna and Eric (Laura Prepon, Topher Grace) take their relationship to a new level. Maud Adams, Barbara Carrera, Kristina Wayborn and Tommy Chong guest star.
aired 27 days ago
Red applies for a supervisor position at a new supermarket but is offered a clerk job; Laurie blackmails Kelso.
aired 27 days ago
Red tries to convince Eric to shoot a deer on a hunting trip; Kitty plays a game of poker with the girls.
aired 27 days ago
Eric accuses Hyde of stealing his stash of money; Kelso and Fez help Jackie prepare for a beauty pageant.
aired 27 days ago
Red disapproves of Laurie's new living arrangements; Jackie wants Donna to tell the truth about Kelso and Laurie.
aired 27 days ago
While Bob and Midge (Don Stark, Tanya Roberts) decide to have an open marriage, Eric (Topher Grace) questions what it means to be a boyfriend.
aired 28 days ago
Eric (Topher Grace) gets suspended from school while holding Donna's (Laura Prepon) cigarette; Hyde and Fez (Danny Masterson, Wilmer Valderrama) go on a double date. Guest star: Melissa Joan Hart.
aired 28 days ago
Eric is thrilled when Donna sneaks over to his room for a sleepover; Hyde's new boss at the photo shop is a dope.
aired 28 days ago
When Donna (Laura Prepon) tells Eric (Topher Grace) she loves him, he has trouble saying it back; Bob (Don Stark) walks out on Midge (Tanya Roberts).
aired 28 days ago
Donna (Laura Prepon) becomes suspicious when Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) takes Laurie (Lisa Robin Kelly) to Van Stock instead of Jackie (Mila Kunis). With Topher Grace.
aired 28 days ago
On a visit to their haunted, burned-down grammar school, Donna and Jackie stumble across the gang's permanent records.
aired 28 days ago
When Laurie's (Lisa Robin Kelly) professor (guest star Stephen Tobolowsky) comes to town, Eric (Topher Grace) catches them making out; Hyde (Danny Masterson) bunks with Eric.
aired 28 days ago
On his last day at the plant, Red (Kurtwood Smith) and his co-workers get drunk at the local bar. With guest stars Paul Anka and Lyle Waggoner (as themselves).
aired 28 days ago
After sampling Hyde's (Danny Masterson) "special" brownies, Red (Kurtwood Smith) accidentally sells Eric's (Topher Grace) car at a garage sale.
aired 28 days ago
Hyde outshines Eric as a model son; Red and Kitty find themselves at a party with a couple of swingers.

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