'That '70s Show' Season 8 Episodes
That '70s Show - Season 8
The eighth and final season of the American comedy television series That '70s Show premiered November 2, 2005 on Fox in the United States. The season ended on May 18, 2006 with an hour-long series finale. The eighth season was the first and only season without the show's star Topher Grace who portrayed Eric Forman, the central character, since he left the series at the end of the previous season. This season also marked a major change in the series, as a new character was introduced to take Eric's place named Randy Pearson and the departure of Michael Kelso, who was portrayed by Ashton Kutcher. Kutcher actually quit the show at the end of season seven but remained on the series for five episodes during the eighth season. He appeared in the first four episodes to give closure to Kelso and he appeared again in the final episode titled "That '70s Finale". Topher Grace also returned for the final episode but his role was both brief and uncredited. Also, Leo returned as a main character since his return to the series in the seventh season.
Many plots of the season involved Donna's new relationship with Randy, Jackie falling in love with Fez, Hyde getting married to a stripper named Samantha, Kelso getting a new job and moving to Chicago, and the Formans adjusting to an empty nest which is too empty for Kitty and not empty enough for Red due to the kids' presence despite Eric's absence.
“That '70s Show: The Final Goodbye”
“Bohemian Rhapsody (1)”
Kitty tapes a greeting for Eric catching him up on everything that has happened in Point Place since he left for Africa. Jackie returns from Chicago to set things right with Hyde. And, Hyde has a surprise for the gang.
“Somebody to Love (2)”
Hyde takes back control of his record store which Leo has turned into a hippie den. He also hires a new employee, Randy. Jackie announces she's completely done with guys.
“You're My Best Friend”
In honor of Hyde's new married status, the guys decide to throw him a belated surprise bachelor party.
Vic, a sketchy fast-talker with a bad toupee, makes Kelso a job offer he cannot refuse.
“Stone Cold Crazy”
Donna takes some "creative" photos of herself to send to Eric, but unfortunately they end up in the wrong hands.
When Donna and Randy spend more time together, Fez and Jackie suspect that there's more going on than just a friendship.
The gang is bored hanging in the basement, so Randy spices things up by taking everyone out to the local burger joint.
Fez meets a promiscuous older woman who is interested in more than just a rinse, wash and repeat.
“Who Needs You”
Donna hosts an on-air fundraiser for the children's library. Jackie and Fez almost get kicked out of their apartment. Hyde and Samantha reveal how they keep their relationship passionate.
Jackie lands a job assisting local celebrity talk show host Christine St. George (Mary Tyler Moore). Her foray into the world of showbiz isn't at all what she expected
“Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy”
Jackie's new job at the station keeps her on edge as she assists her difficult boss. Leo decides he has a crush on Donna.
When a guest cancels a booking on "What's Up, Wisconsin?" Jackie's job is on the line unless she finds a replacement for the show. Desperate, Jackie and Fez pretend to be a couple in love, but their plan backfires when Christine St. George spills her life story and then fires Jackie for knowing too much. Meanwhile, things heat up between Randy and Donna.
“Spread Your Wings”
As things heat up between Randy and Donna, the gang discovers their growing relationship despite Donna's efforts to keep it a secret. But when Kitty insists that Eric and Donna are meant to be together, Donna questions whether dating Randy is the right move. Meanwhile, Fez tries to impress the ladies by creating a new persona at the salon and gets a little help from smooth ‘70s icon Isaac Hayes.
“Son And Daughter”
When Hyde's father asks him to housesit while he's out of town, the gang convinces Hyde to throw a party. But when things get out of hand and they accidentally break a signed Peter Frampton guitar, Hyde has some explaining to do. Meanwhile, Kitty uncovers the real reason she's upset Donna is dating Randy.
“Keep Yourself Alive”
On their way back from the county fair, Fez accidentally throws Kitty's wedding ring out the window. Frustrated, Red takes Kitty home and leaves the kids in the woods to find it. Donna and Randy try to get some time alone, while Fez separates from the group and finds a new fishy friend. Back at home, Red reveals the truth about Kitty's ring.
“My Fairy King”
When Samantha's real husband shows up unexpectedly, Hyde learns that his marriage is null and void. Jackie is tired of being single so she creates a list of ideal qualities she wants in a man, only to realize her prince charming is right next door. Meanwhile, Red loses business when a big automotive store opens in town, so he decides to sell his shop and retire.
“Crazy Little Thing Called Love”
When Jackie realizes she has feelings for Fez, she turns to Donna for help and sees a therapist for love advice. After the doctor tells her she is only interested in unavailable men, Jackie is relieved – until Fez gets dumped and she's still interested. Meanwhile, Hyde tries to keep Red busy with fix-it projects until his plan backfires when Red embraces retirement.
“We Will Rock You”
At Hyde's rocker bonfire, Jackie tries to win Fez's heart by bonding over their shared love for disco. But even though Fez leaves a make-out session with a girl to help Jackie prevent the disco inferno, it will take more than music to make him realize they are meant for each other. Meanwhile, Kitty and Red learn that their new neighbors are gay, but it's not their lifestyle that Red disagrees with.
“Sheer Heart Attack”
Fez's lifestyle as a ladies' man tortures Jackie until he decides to settle down with one woman – crazy Caroline – which forces Jackie to confess her love for him. Will Fez reciprocate her feelings? Meanwhile, Hyde convinces Red to sell his heart medication.
“Leaving Home Ain't Easy”
When Jackie declares her love to Fez and gets turned down, she makes his life miserable until Fez fights back in an all-out war. But when words are exchanged and Fez takes it too far, Jackie isn't the only one who gets hurt. Meanwhile, Bob decides to sell his house and move to Florida, which sparks some life-changing decisions for Donna.
“Love of My Life (1)”
The gang wraps up loose ends.
“That '70s Finale (2)”
The gang wraps up loose ends.