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  • I haven't watched too many of the later That 70s Show Episodes, so it was definitely an adventure watching the episode Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
  • The best part of this episode though was Jackie working for Mary Tyler Moore

    • by Steve
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      I haven’t watched too many of the later That 70s Show Episodes, so it was definitely an adventure watching the episode “Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy. ” The main story line of this one is kind of cute.

      You have Leo having a crush on Donna; something that leads to a


      bit of awkwardness.

      That whole little montage where Donna imagines life with Leo; everything from marriage to having a “little Leo babies” was absolutely hillarious.

      The best part of this episode though was Jackie working for Mary Tyler Moore; who plays a local TV anchor and is kind of psychotic.

      ...


      • I absolutely loved her first scene, where she criticizes Jackie for sharpening her pencils then, in an effort to make her upset, breaks a coffee cup that turns out to be her own.

        Of course you have the whole thing with Kitty making brownies for Jackie to take to work

        with her; which Jackie’s boss loves and Jackie ends up taking credit for on television.

        I wouldn’t put this episode at the same level as earlier episodes of the show.

        There are too many new characters and they aren’t very good.

        But, it was definitely watchable; that’s more than I expected when I put it on.




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