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Steven J. Hyde III is a fictional character from the Fox sitcom That '70s Show, portrayed by . Before Eric and Donna (Laura Prepon) started to date, Eric and Hyde both had Although Kelso frequently makes sexual comments to every female on the show, including Jackie and Donna, Hyde once again believes the two really. Jackie & Hyde is a relationship on the FOX comedy That '70s Show, portrayed by Mila Kunis and . Jackie brings a date (Chip) to the Formans' barbecue to make Hyde jealous. . Jackie and Hyde start a romantic relationship in season 5. That '70s Show captured the nostalgic spirits of many people at the and his friends Jackie, Kelso, Hyde, Donna, and Fez in Point Place.
Was it a sign of camaraderie? We may never know. Unlike its predecessor, That '80s Show was a failure and ended after just 13 episodes. If it had been successful, it could have featured several tie-ins to show how Eric and the rest of the cast from That '70s Show are adapting to life in the '80s. In real life, the show lasted for eight years from to Ironically, the show never really maintained its focus on the seventies after the first season. Regardless of how popular it was, it does not really make sense that it lasted as long as it did.
After Eric and Kelso left the show following the events of season 7, the eighth season did not really serve any purpose or have much impact. During that time, fans were forced to watch wave after wave of forced stories. As mentioned in the previous entry, the show should not have gone on for eight seasons. After Eric leaves for Africa in the season 7 finale, it seemed that there was no other means for the show to develop.
In the end, the only thing fans of the show got out of this was a character whose interactions with Donna seemed more forced and unnecessary than they needed to be. When an event like that sends Red Forman to the emergency room, you would think that it would be constantly mentioned until the series' conclusion.
Are they still together or are they divorced? After so many people got injured and arrested there, you would think the water tower would have been closed off or at least renovated. In the first season, Hyde has a crush on Donna.That 70's show - Jackie and Hyde get caught!
Even though he backs off when Eric gives Donna his class ring, Hyde was incredibly sweet when he was with Donna. During Christmas, Hyde spent days trying to come up with the perfect gift to get her, even though he didn't have much money to spend on her.
He even questioned a lot of people on it, including Donna's mother and Jackie. Even after he got over his crush on her, Hyde was often there for Donna to talk to, especially when her parents were fighting.
Hyde doesn't have a serious relationship until dating Jackie in season five. But even before he started dating her he was very protective of her.
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He took her to the prom when Kelso refused to, and later went shopping with her when she was getting over another breakup. Hyde also spent an entire day teaching Jackie how to be "zen" so Eric's sister Laurie wouldn't get to her so much. In the Veteran's Day episode, he punched her date, Chip, for calling her a bitch. Hyde also almost went to New York to be with a girl he had just met, and it took all of his friends and Red and Kitty to talk him out of it.
And he gave Fez's girlfriend, Caroline, a ride home once, even though he didn't like her. Hyde is usually the one the other guys go to for relationship advice. He has plenty of advice to give and unless he's playing a prank on someone, he gives good advice. For the most part, Jackie only cares about herself, and fashion is among one of the few other things that she is concerned about.
She believes herself to be very beautiful and appealing and has been involved in romantic relationships with Michael KelsoSteven Hydeand Fez at different points in the series. She starts to change when she starts dating Hyde and by doing so, becomes cemented as a member of the group. Even after her break up with Hyde, they remained good friends and she continued hanging around.
She also becomes less shallow and cares about others. In the season 8 episode " Fun It ", it is revealed she has had coulrophobia an irrational fear of clowns ever since her seventh birthday party. Friendships[ edit ] Jackie's friendships tend to be complicated. While people might be endeared to her good heart and her triumphs over major life upheavals, her habit of being condescending to others keeps them at a distance.
Although she frequently criticizes Donna 's dress, physique and feminism, she repeatedly calls herself Donna's best friend. Even though she thinks Donna is boring and unattractive when compared to herself, she believes Donna could do much better than Eric.
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Despite their extremely different personalities, Donna serves as Jackie's de facto big sister and often tries to look out for her when she feels Jackie is making a mistake, more often than not due to lack of common sense. After her father is sent to prison in the middle of season five, Jackie moves in with the Pinciottis after the Formans learn that she has secretly been living with Hyde in his basement room.
Jackie is also defensive of Donna; she displays this often by insulting or kicking Eric for doing something stupid, for example Eric makes a sexist comment so Jackie kicks him in the shin in the episode "Won't Get Fooled Again". Although both girls often tease one another they show genuine friendship.
In the episode "Squeeze Box" Donna shows how much she trusts Jackie when she runs in to talk about Eric. Jackie also demonstrates her level of care for Donna when she helps pay for Donna's wedding ring in the episode "No Quarter".
Of the group, Jackie and Eric seemed to dislike each other the most in the beginning, though as the series progresses, they develop a friendship.
Throughout the series, the two have a clear "frenemy" relationship. They demonstrate their annoyance with each other, but show compassion for each other many times, and through it all, are close.
In the beginning of the series, Jackie admits to trusting and liking Eric, confiding in him that she might be pregnant. In "The Pill", for example, she says to Eric's surprise, "Look, I've always been able to trust you—and, God, you are such a nice guy.
This proves that their burning of each other throughout the show is only for laughs and friendly bickering, as none of their hostility is ever serious.
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After this, Eric has shown to have a sexual attraction to her, as shown in many episodes. Jackie is sometimes demeaning towards Eric due to his effeminate qualities, dorkiness and physical weakness.
They have been known to occasionally help each other out. In the episode "Jackie's Cheese Squeeze", Eric admits that they are "friends", as long as they don't refer to each other as such in public, and in the season seven finale, Jackie calls Eric from Chicago and admits that she's always cared for him and that he was always very special to her.
Early on, Red remarks she was the favorite of Eric's friends for her ability to hold a flashlight on a car.
Red finds Jackie as annoying as everyone else, but she still loves him because he's the closest thing she has to a father. Relationships[ edit ] When the show premieres, Jackie is dating Michael Kelsoa good-looking, brainless goofball. She decides to finally lose her virginity to him when he is released from jail after being mistakenly arrested for driving a stolen car. However, in the first season it is Jackie who ends the relationship — twice.
First, after Kelso is caught kissing Pam Macy they get back together in the very same episode  and again after a pregnancy scare.
However, admitting that they miss each other, they get back together at the Junior Prom.