Eric and Donna are getting dressed
ERIC: Donna, I'm so glad you're my study partner. Because you make learning fun.
DONNA: Okay. Well, no more study breaks. We have to get this report done.
ERIC: All right. Fine [Clears Throat] Okay. A report on the current state of U.S./ Soviet relations. Okay, we need a title.
DONNA: How 'bout "Current State of U.S. / Soviet Relations"?
ERIC: Damn, you're smart (writes down) U.S. / Soviet Relations.
They look at each other and make out again. A little later they're getting dressed again
ERIC: You know, Donna, I lost my underwear. But... whatever.
DONNA: Okay. Seriously, we need to get some work done.
ERIC: Donna, I couldn't agree with you more.
DONNA: Okay. Right now, with a push of a button... the two superpowers could condemn us to painful, fiery deaths.
ERIC (writing): Fiery... deaths.
They look at each other and make out again. They come out of Eric's closet
ERIC: Okay. Seriously, we gotta do this thing.
DONNA: You're right. Eric, no more study breaks.
ERIC: Uh, right. From now on, all business.
DONNA: The arms race began with the massive buildup of bombers by the Soviet
ERIC: Actually, the United States started the arms buildup.
DONNA: No, they didn't. What about the bomber gap?
ERIC: Bomber gap? What? That's so cute (he writes) Bombers by the United...States.
He looks at Donna and wants to kiss her
DONNA: What are you doing?
ERIC: Study break?
DONNA: Get bent (she pushes him and he lands next to his bed)
ERIC: Ow! Oh, there's my underwear.
ERIC: Hey, Donna. What's wrong?
DONNA: Eric, you can't just ignore my ideas.
ERIC: Oh. Donna. You'll get the same "A" I get. Relax, baby.
DONNA: Eric, I can't relax 'cause you're wrong, and I'm right.
ERIC: Okay. Okay. I think we need to clear our heads with a nice study break.
DONNA: Eric, knock it off. I'm not in the mood for a stupid study break.
ERIC: What? Why? Because I disagree with you?
DONNA: It has nothing to do with that.
ERIC: Really, Donna? Because up until now, we were going at it like rabbits who
had just gotten out of prison.
DONNA: Well, that's over.
ERIC: Wait. So what are you saying? You're gonna hold out on me until I agree with you? Because that's not gonna work, Donna.
DONNA: First of all, I'm not holding out on you. And second of all, if I did, it would so work.
ERIC: Okay, well, you know what? I think that is what you're doing. So try this dress on for size! I'm cutting you off! Yeah!
DONNA: Is that supposed to be a threat?
ERIC: Supposed to be. Yeah.
DONNA: Okay. If you wanna do this, we'll do this. But you're gonna cave, and I'm gonna laugh. Yeah! (she leaves)
Hyde and Kelso are playing a game. Kelso comes bursting in
KELSO: I just saw a U.F.O.!
HYDE: Oh, my God! What an unbelievable coincidence. I was just telling Fez about how dumb you are!
KELSO: Okay. No. So I'm out in the field, right? And there it was. It was in the air, and it had lights, and it was, like [he makes a whirring noise]
FEZ: That's a U.F.O., all right.
HYDE: Hang on, Fez. Kelso. Remember that time you thought you saw the Abominable Snowman?
HYDE: Do you remember what it turned out to be?
KELSO: Just a regular snowman. Guys, come on. Let's go out to the field. It could
HYDE: You think I got nothing better to do than stand in a field freezing my 'nads off?
FEZ: Hey, who wants to help me connect the dots?
HYDE: Sorry, 'nads. Let's go (they leave)
Red is sweeping the driveway and hears a motor roaring. Kitty comes out
KITTY: What is all that noise?
RED: Oh, Bob's cutting down a tree in his front yard.
KITTY: By himself? Doesn't he know that's incredibly dangerous?
RED: Yeah, but you know what they say about Bob: "He's stupid."
KITTY: Oh, Red. Is that any way to talk about a friend?
RED: A stupid friend.
BOB (off screen): Timber! Oh, no!
Red looks up and sees Bob's tree coming at him
Soft organ music is playing. Red is lying in his coffin. He wakes up. Only Kitty is
sitting with him
RED: Oh, damn it! Did Bob kill me?
KITTY: Oh, but he just feels super bad about it.
RED: Mm-hmm. So, where is everyone?
KITTY: Boy, you can hardly tell where your head was crushed.
RED: Where are all my friends?
KITTY: You don't really have any friends, Red. You know, it's-it's an unfortunate side effect of telling everybody to (whispers) to stick it up their butts.
RED: Yeah. Gee, I guess you're right, Kitty. Maybe I should have been nicer.
KITTY: Yeah. Oh, well. Hindsight's twenty-twenty. You just lie back and enjoy your coffin. Ooh, satin. That's nice.
Red lies down again
Red snaps out of his fantasy, the tree just missed him. Bob comes running up to him
BOB: Red! Red! Oh, I'm so sorry! It was an accident.
RED: Bob... I never thought I'd say this but I'm glad you're my friend (he hugs
Bob really tight)
BOB: Red, I never thought I'd say this...but... you smell nice.
On the top Donna and Jackie are sitting on the porch, Jackie is doing her nails
Hyde and Eric sitting on the sofa in the basement. Hyde is flipping through a magazine
DONNA: Jackie, that's really annoying.
ERIC: Knock it off, Hyde!
JACKIE: Donna, is there something you need to talk about?
HYDE: Oh, crap. Do you need to talk about something?
DONNA & ERIC: Can you keep a secret?
JACKIE: Not really.
HYDE: Yeah. Unless I can burn you with it later.
DONNA: I'm holding out on Eric.
ERIC: I'm holding out on Donna.
JACKIE: Donna, that's great!
HYDE: Forman, that's hysterical.
JACKIE & HYDE: So, how long has it been?
DONNA & ERIC: Three of the longest days of my life. Maybe I should just cave.
JACKIE & HYDE: No!
HYDE: Hey, if you cave, she owns you.
JACKIE: When he caves, you own him.
ERIC: Yeah, but there's no way she wants it as bad as I do.
HYDE: Can you blame her?
DONNA: I think I want it more than Eric.
JACKIE: Eww. Why?
HYDE: Forman, sex is how women control men.
JACKIE: Donna, sex is how we control men. If they ever find out we want it too
we'll never get jewelry again.
HYDE: Secretly, I believe they like it as much as we do.
ERIC: Oh. You and your crazy conspiracies.
Hyde is building a mountain of mashed potatoes. Fez, Kelso and Kitty are watching him
KELSO: Hyde, what are you doing?
HYDE: This means something. This is important.
KITTY: Well, this is a close encounter of the potato kind. Ahahaah. I'm sorry.
RED (coming in): How's it going, guys? Good to see you all. Kitty, I've been thinking. It might be fun to have our friends over for a party.
KELSO: Oh, whoo-hoo! Party at Red's!
KITTY: Are you feeling okay, Red? (Fez feels Red's forehead) Oh, honey, honey, don't touch him.
RED: Yeah, I'm fine.
KITTY: Okay. Well, I just....I have never heard you use the words "fun," "friends" and "party" all in the same sentence.
HYDE: I have, Mrs. Forman. For instance, "Eric, I had fun ruining the party for you and your friends."
RED: Yeah, that was fun.
KITTY: Well, I think a party is a great idea, Red. Great. Then it's settled.
RED (to Fez): How you doin' there, Sabu? (he gives him a pat on the back)
FEZ: He smells nice.
Knock on the door. Eric opens his bedroom door
ERIC: Hello, Donna.
DONNA: Hello, Eric. I have come to work on our report.
ERIC: Excellent. May I take your coat for you?
DONNA: Of course.
ERIC (thinking): Holy crap! She is so sexy. Be strong. Fight back. Use the look.
DONNA (thinking): Oh, no. Not the look. It's so-Wait. I find this hot? What is wrong with me? Come on, Pinciotti. Counterattack (she throws her pencil on the floor) Oops.
ERIC (thinking): Look away! Oh, I can't look away. Must touch. No! Be strong (out loud) Ahem. Well, Donna, if you would refer to page 38 (he blows in her ear)
DONNA (thinking): Oh, the ear! Damn him! Wait. Must win this for womankind.
Must crush Eric.
ERIC (thinking): Red alert. She is touching your thigh!
DONNA (thinking): Oh, no. Plan backfiring. Thigh is so warm, inviting. Bony, but nice.
KITTY: Donna, your mother's on the phone.
DONNA: Oh, thank God! (she runs off)
KITTY: So Eric, everything all right?
ERIC: Fine. Shut the door, please.
Fez, Kelso and Hyde are lying on their back in a field. Kelso is humming the theme From Close Encounters Of The Third Kind. Fez and Hyde join him
LEO (laying himself down): Hey, dudes.
HYDE: Leo, what are you doing here, man?
LEO: Wow. That's a really good question, man (silence)
LEO: I'm working on it, man. Chocodile?
KELSO (pointing to the sky): What's that?
LEO: It's a Twinkie wrapped in chocolate, man.
KELSO: No, in the sky! Those lights. I think that's a U.F.O.
FEZ: It's just a plane. They're all just planes.
KELSO: Well, we'll see about that [Chuckling] Now I've got photographic evidence.
HYDE: Of what? That planes can fly?
LEO: I saw a U.F.O. Once, man. It was awesome. It just hung in the air. Then it sent me a message... in big, bright yellow letters. It told me I was gonna have a good year.
HYDE: Did this, by any chance, happen at a football game?
LEO: Yeah, man. And the weird thing was, I was the only one freaking out about
it. Wait a second. Good year? Ah, it was a terrible year, man. Stupid aliens.
FORMAN LIVING ROOM
Red's party is in full swing
BOB: Hey, Red! I was just telling Tony here how I almost killed you with a tree.
TONY: Ooh-hoo-hoo. Close call like that can really make you think, huh?
RED: You bet. You know, it's like I was upset that you hadn't returned my hedge
TONY: Oh, shoot. I think I gave those to my brother-in-law.
RED: You did, did you? Oh, well, that's okay. It's not like you stole them or anything. You just took 'em and never returned 'em...which is different somehow [Forced Chuckling] Ha!
BOB [Chuckling]: It's-
Midge is getting ready to go out. Donna is sitting at the table
DONNA: Mom, can I ask you a question? In your relationship with Dad, have you ever...let an argument cross into other parts of your relationship?
MIDGE: What do you mean?
DONNA: You know, I mean, do you ever...not have sex with Dad?
MIDGE: Sure! I'm not having sex with him right now.
DONNA: No, Mom, I mean, like, in an argument, to get your way.
MIDGE: You can do that?
DONNA: Yeah. I just wonder if it's wrong.
MIDGE: Donna, you're saying by my not having sex with your father I can get him to paint the bathroom?
DONNA: Yeah. But don't you think it hurts the relationship?
MIDGE: Blah, blah, blah! I'm getting my bathroom painted!
FORMAN LIVING ROOM
Red is talking to another "friend"
MAN: And two of them to turn the ladder. Hahahaha!
RED (forced laughing): Yeah. Yeah, those Polish people- they sure don't know much about light bulbs.
MAN: Exactly. Two of them turn the ladder....
Red is dead again
MAN: So Sammy Davis Jr., the pope and this Polish guy are on a plane, see?
There's only the one parachute.
TONY: Hey, Red, seeing as how you're dead and all, can I have those shoes?
KITTY: Get away from him! Red, honey, your funeral's a big hit. You are corpse of the year.
RED: Just put the lid on, Kitty. I need some freakin' quiet.
Back to the Forman living room
KITTY: Are you having fun?
RED: No. Turns out I was mistaken. Life is too short to spend it with people who annoy you. I just wanna spend it with people I really, really love. Like you and, uh....Well, mostly just you [Tapping Glass] Everybody. Thanks for being here.
And I just wanna say... when my time comes, I wanna be buried facedown so that anyone who doesn't like me can kiss my ass.
Kelso, Fez and Hyde. Leo comes in
LEO: Hey, Kelso, man. I brought you your film. U.F.O. Pictures came out okay.
KELSO: Aha! Proof.
LEO: But these naked ones of you are far more interesting, man (Hyde and Fez jump up and take them from Leo)
KELSO: What? Those were on that roll?
FEZ: You know, I don't see a U.F. O... but I can definitely see Uranus. It's a planet, but it's also your butt.
KELSO: You guys are so immature.
HYDE: Kelso, why are you squirting water out of your mouth?
KELSO: I was a fountain!
LEO: I totally got it, man. It's art.
Kelso grabs the pictures and runs off
LEO: Hey, you guys wanna see the other set he brought?
Eric and Donna are working in their report
ERIC: Donna, we've gotta get this thing done. This report is due in six hours.
DONNA: Yeah, Eric. I've been thinking about it. This whole Cold War standoff? It's ridiculous. Neither side is getting what it wants.
ERIC: So, what you're saying is by hurting each other, they're actually hurting themselves.
DONNA: Yeah. It must be incredibly frustrating for both sides. Both of them are just building up and building up. The urge to launch a first strike must be overwhelming and painful.
ERIC: You know, Donna, in a lot of ways, what we're going through here is just like the Cuban missile crisis except in our case, it's a missile crisis.
DONNA: Eric, you're right. It's time for détente (they kiss)
ERIC: Wait. What about our disagreement?
DONNA: I don't care. You win, okay?
ERIC: It's just- I can't believe you caved. Wait until I tell Hyde (Donna gets up) No. No! Where are you going?
DONNA: Suddenly I'm...I'm not in the mood.
ERIC: You're lying! Donna, we're past the point of no return here.
DONNA: Eric, girls don't have a point of no return. So see you tomorrow.
DONNA: Yes, Eric?
ERIC: I cave.
DONNA: Oh, thank God, 'cause I was just bluffing.
They start to kiss
During end credits: some pictures of Kelso undressing...