Eric appreciates another employee who draws Red's ire away from himself; Kelso and Laurie date openly, and receive separate cautions from Hyde and Kitty. Earl: Robert Clendenin. Eric: Topher Grace. Laurie: Lisa Robin Kelly.
When technical difficulties derail the gang's movie-night plans, Jules invents a game to pass the time, though Ellie is miffed that her pal's ideas always get preferential treatment. Meanwhile, Grayson's trash-talking irks Andy; and Bobby's new friend meet (more…)
New radio-station office girl Donna is introduced on the air as “Hot Donna”---and as being single. Alice Cooper has a cameo. Barry: Curtis Armstrong. Ricky: Danny Bonaduce. Earl: Robert Clendenin. Max: Howard Hesseman. Leo: Tommy Chong. Donna: Laura Pr (more…)
Jules decides that Travis' downward spiral in the aftermath of his traumatic breakup has gone on long enough. Meanwhile, Bobby and Laurie get business advice from Andy and Lou Diamond Phillips; and Ellie and Grayson have a run-in with occult kids.
In the third-season premiere, Grayson irks Jules by labeling her predictable; Ellie worries that Little Stan is a spawn of the devil; and Travis settles into his new off-campus housing, though he's not sure he wants his dad's dog as a roommate.
Bobby falls for Travis' photography professor; Laurie begins a romance with a soldier in Iraq; Jules and Andy clash with a gang of kids on bikes who are rampaging through the cul-de-sac. Series star Courteney Cox directed the episode.