Get on down to the basement for a rockin' flashback to the swinging '70s.
As the partying begins, Red decides he's been too lenient, so he sets up a few new house rules. This not only makes the kids miserable, but makes Kitty feel like she's been a bad mother. Hyde feels even worse after he finds his long-lost father tending bar at a local dive. Meanwhile, as Donna and Eric continue dating, Jackie begins pursuing Hyde, which upsets Kelso even though he's dating Laurie. And Fez finally gets a girlfriendÂ?only to discover (too late) that she's certifiably psycho!
Keep reeling in the years with the third season of Fox's popular and long-running teen comedy That '70s Show
. As usual, this season's adventures for Eric Foreman (Topher Grace) and his friends in the wilds of suburban Wisconsin circa the mid-'70s are broadly humorous (often to the point of slapstick), but the performances are genuinely warm and honest, especially between Eric and girlfriend Donna (Laura Prepon), and Eric and his parents (the wry Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp). Episodes in season 3 center around the complicated relationships within Eric's gang--Eric and Donna attempt to resist the urge to take their romance to a physical level, while Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), Jackie (Mila Kunis), and Hyde (the show's secret comedy weapon, Danny Masterson) find themselves in an unlikely romantic triangle. Other season highlights include the Halloween Hitchcock tribute "Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die"; Fez (Wilmer Valderamma) spoils Kelso's attempts to get back together with Jackie ("Ice Shack"); and Fez's disastrous relationship with the possibly deranged Caroline (a multi-episode arc starting with "Fez Gets the Girl"). The Season 3 set offers all 25 episodes on a four-disc set, and features a wealth of fun extras that should make it a must-have for series fans. Commentary by director David Trainer is featured on six episodes (writer Patrick Kienlen joins him for three), and several cast members provide introductions to each episode (though oddly, not Grace and Prepon). --Paul Gaita