The Best Episodes of That 70s Show

As we learn more about That ‘90s Show in the months to come — including when the series will premiere and which actors will be returning from the original series — we thought we’d take a look back at some of the greatest episodes of That ‘70s Show there is.

“Hyde Moves In” (Season 1, Episode 24)

Arguably the biggest plot development from That ‘70s Show’s first season was seeing Hyde move in with the Formans, becoming something like an adopted son to them after the emotional neglect he suffered from his own parents.

“A New Hope” (Season 1, Episode 20)

Seeing Eric and Kelso completely geek out over quite possibly the biggest movie of the 1970s was a delight, but what made “A New Hope” even more interesting was its more dramatic moments.

“Class Picture” (Season 4, Episode 20)

Important questions such as how Fez met everyone or what Eric and Donna’s first interaction looked like when they were kids are finally explored in embarrassingly full detail.

Red Sees Red” (Season 3, Episode 2)

“Red Sees Red” follows the hilarious aftermath of Hyde’s arrest n “Reefer Madness,” finding Red characteristically deciding to double down on his authority in typical Red fashion.

“Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die” (Season 3, Episode 4)

“Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die” may not have been the first Halloween-themed episode to premiere on That ‘70s Show, but it’s almost certainly the best.

“Eric’s Panties” (Season 3, Episode 6)

“Eric’s Panties” shows just how somewhat unstable Eric and Donna’s relationship was near the start of the series, each of them being prone to wild jealousies upon the slightest provocation.

“Garage Sale” (Season 2, Episode 1)

Possibly one of the funniest aspects of That ‘70s Show is the heavy tongue-in-cheek allusions to the main characters’ recreational marijuana use.

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