[S3E25] The Promise Ring
I had given Annie a promise ring that I had inherited from my now-deceased mother and, when we broke up, I asked for it back. I had given it to her, technically as a gift, but I wanted it so my sons from my previous marriage (M8, M6) could have it if I never got in another relationship.
[S3E25] The Promise Ring
Considering Donna socked Eric immediately when they met, she sure put up with a lot of nonsense during their four years of on and off dating. He yanked her pants down during a game a basketball and put up with his unintentional discrimination against women, which is a little strange for a feminist to be quasi-ok with.
Despite have zero in common, besides both being females and Jackie always calling Donna out on her plain-Jane approach to her looks, Donna winds up becoming best friends and caring about her like the sisters she forgot she had. They both end up becoming just as close as Hyde and Forman ever were.
In the second part of the episode Reefer Madness, Hyde returns from jail only to find Red beyond furious with him. Red is so angry that he wants to kick Hyde out of the house, and is afraid that he will turn the other kids into dope fiends. Eric is left wondering if he should tell the truth to Red in order to keep Hyde from being kicked out.
It's Veteran's Day and the Formans are getting ready for their annual barbeque after the town parade. Trouble is that Bob, who was only in the National Guard and never saw any action, has inexplicably decided to throw his own barbeque in competition with the Formans. Hyde tells Jackie point blank that he's not interested, inspiring her to bring a date to the Formans' to make him jealous. This ploy causes Hyde to come to a horrifying realization about his true feelings for Jackie.
Red is not happy when Kitty becomes obsessed with the idea of having another baby after bringing a friend's child home for Laurie to baby-sit. Laurie is completely at a loss on how to take care of a baby until her maternal instincts eventually kick in. Donna gets mad at Eric for thinking that she'll stay home with the children when they have their own. And Hyde and Fez mediate a mock divorce settlement between Jackie and Kelso after Jackie crashes Kelso's van.
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Jackie, having borrowed Kelso's van, announces that she crashed it while driving a band to a gig. Kelso becomes angry that it was not for the purpose of moving her aunts couch, as she stated. Kelso wants compensation for the damage which leads to a list being compiled of everything each of the two owe one another. Meanwhile, reluctant Laurie looks after a young baby, becoming deeply attached and broody stirring up feelings in Kitty about having another baby.
Jackie continues her pursuit of Hyde, taking it to the next level; trying to make him jealous by bringing along another guy, Chip. Chip begins to badmouth Jackie and Hyde hits him. The two end up on their first date, have their first kiss but Jackie feels nothing. Meanwhile, Red's annual Veteran's Day BBQ is in jeopardy when Bob announces he too is throwing a Veterans Day BBQ. Both families try to one up each other but when it comes to light that Bob's business is going under, the Foreman's move their guests over tot Bob's, allowing his last big shot to be a success.
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Valentine's Day is coming up, so Eric decides to ask Donna out on their official first date and give her his class ring. She breaks her study date with Hyde in order to go, leading Hyde to realize he only has one last chance with her. Red and Kitty discover they don't have that much in common with Bob and Midge anymore. And Jackie explains to Kelso how things are going to work now that they've "proven their love" to each other.
Red's mother Bernice has once again managed to make everyone miserable during one of her visits. While driving his grandmother home, Eric lashes out and tells her that it wouldn't kill her to be nice once in a while. Bernice promptly drops dead, leaving Eric to think he killed her. The entire Forman family (including Laurie and Red's brother Marty) comes together for her funeral while Eric gets drunk at a bar with the guys.
It's Red's birthday and the roof collapses so Eric gets him some 2 x 4s to fix it. Bob and Midge take Red and Kitty out for dinner but they each bring a date and ditch them to do it in the car. Eric is mad at Donna for talking to Hyde about her parent's problems instead of talking to him.
Eric and Donna are caught having sex in the Vista Cruiser by the police. They bring them to the Forman's home. Red tells Donna that as an adult she should tell her parents and if she doesn't he will. Kitty has a nervous breakdown when she finds out that Eric and Donna are having sex. Fez, Hyde and Kelso try to pick up women on Kelso's CB radio.
A work emergency leaves the Formans without Kitty on Sunday, and Eric and Laurie decide not to go to church. Kitty leaves that decision up to them, but when they don't change their minds, she brings the church to them by inviting Pastor Dave over for an afternoon of family fun and games. Kelso and Fez both grow beards, and Jackie finds the new, scruffy Kelso irresistible.
Four days after the big break-up, Eric locks himself in his room ignoring Red and Kitty's pleas for him to come out and talk about it. Meanwhile, the gang goes to Funland without Eric, and Kelso gets lost.
After Hyde moves back in with the Formans, Kitty decides to redecorate the basement so she hires Leo and his cousin Theo to do the job. Meanwhile, Donna and Eric engage in post-break-up bickering, while Fez takes up ballet to meet girls only to discover that they consider him one of the girls.
Donna keeps her promise to accompany Eric to the Pricemart Ball as a friend, but she gets jealous when she sees Eric with another girl. Fez gets a job at the Foto Hut but gets fired for being too efficient and making Hyde and Leo look bad, even though they're the only other two who work there and Leo is the boss. Bob meets a woman at the supermarket.
Eric is upset when Donna writes a story in the school newspaper that sounds exactly like events that happened in their relationship; he decides to write his own story. Red and Kitty have dinner with Bob and his new girlfriend. Red doesn't like her because she's taught Bob how to stand up for himself. Kelso invests in a pinball machine but looses out when Fez persuades the owner to get rid of it and bring in Space Invaders instead.
A tornado is on its way to Point Place and Red and Kitty are stuck in their basement with Bob and Joanne; Eric is stuck with Donna at the radio station; the rest of the gang is stuck at the school during a dance. Kelso is named the Snow King and Jackie can't believe she's only the Snow Queen runner-up.
Hyde tries to teach Fez to drive but Fez damages the car and hurts Leo, who was taking a nap behind the car. While in the hospital Leo falls in love with Kitty and starts showing up at the Formans bearing gifts for her. Kelso becomes a department store model and Jackie is jealous because it's her dream to be a model. She confronts him and demands that he doesn't do it but he stands up to her and does it anyways.
When Eric finds out that Casey is taking Donna to a motel, he decides to show up to make sure she doesn't do anything she'll regret. Bob's divorce from Midge comes through, he mentions marriage to Joanne, who totally freaks out. Naturally, Red and Kitty are called upon to advise their neighbors, but unfortunately they aren't offering the same advice. And Kelso stalks Jackie at the mall to prevent her from kissing anyone else.
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Donna has had enough of the Golden State. She misses Eric, who, although she doesn't know it, is headed West - despite his parents' objections - to declare his love and bring her home. Kelso, however, has decided he has found the woman of his dreams in Annette, who is beautiful and believes in him. Back in Wisconsin, Jackie is a changed woman, thanks to a change in boyfriends.
In a romantic moment, Donna presents Eric with a ring, much like the promise ring that he gave her, and caused their break up. For Donna, the ring symbolizes their enduring love and committment; for Eric, it symbolizes ugliness. To protect Donna's feelings, he decides not to say anything, but the secret gains a life of its own. Kitty is determined not to let menopause affect her life, but has a hard time living up to her committment.
When Eric decides to buy Donna a meaningful gift, he ends up getting her an engagement ring. But after discussing it with the guys, he realizes they are too young and the ring was a bad idea. Unfortunately, Eric already told Donna he got her a surprise and on their special evening out, he's put on the spot and forced to make the biggest decision of his life. Meanwhile, in an attempt to lift menopausal Kitty's spirits, Red gets her a dog: Schotzy.
Eric hides the fact that he's failing math from Red because he wants to prove that he's starting to get serious about his future. Red is so impressed by his son's apparent maturity that he bumps Laurie from the adults' table at Thanksgiving and gives her seat to Eric. This makes Eric think that the time may finally be right to announce to his engagement to Donna. However, the woman that Kelso brings as his date to the Formans' dinner complicates this decision. 041b061a72