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That '70s Show - Quotes From the Gang

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Fez, the foreign exchange student on That 70s Show.
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Kitty Forman, Eric's cool mom with the best laugh.
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That '70s Show - Quotes From the Gang - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Do you love spending couch time with Eric, Hyde, Donna, Jackie, Kelso, Fez, Kitty and Red? If ya do check out some of these quotes from That '70s Show - one of the funniest half-hours on TV.

That '70s Show is one of the funniest half-hours on TV. The characters are all so different, which makes for some great chemistry and some great comments. Check out these quotes from that '70s gang that are true to their characters.

1 "Donna you're no help. I need someone like me who is cursed with beauty!"
~ Jackie Burkhart.

1 "In my country, a shirt like this would make me lucky with many girls."
~ Fez.

1 "Listen Eric, if you're that much of a sore loser I'll say I'm on steroids."
~ Donna Pinciotti.

1 "NO WAY!!!"
~ Michael Kelso.

1 "Yeah, Eric. You do look like the Riddler. He's a Dumbass too."
~ Red Forman.

1 "Not only am I beautiful and smart, I even crack myself up!"
~ Jackie Burkhart.

1 "You know I love my family. It's just sometimes I wanna get in the car and run 'em all over!"
~ Kitty Forman.

1 If ham is Canadian bacon... then what the heck do you (Canadians) call bacon?"
~ Michael Kelso.

1 "Yes Donna, it does count as a national emergency that my hair is flat!"
~ Jackie Burkhart.

1 "Kitty, we have a betamax... we're BETTER than normal people."
~ Red Forman.

1 "...Jackie, I pity you because you're dumb."
~ Donna Pinciotti.

1 "Donna, don't hate me because I'm beautiful."
~ Jackie Burkhart.

Do you have a fave line from That '70s Show?

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    I LOVE THAT 70S SHOW SOOOOO MUCH ITS SOO HILARIOUS AND I THINK THEY NEED TO PUT IT BAC...
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