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Laurie and the Professor is the twenty-ninth episode and fourth episode of the second season of That '70s Show.

SynopsisEdit

One of Laurie's college professors tries to get her to return to classes. Eric discovers his real reason for being at the Forman house and attempts to blackmail his sister with the information. Meanwhile, Hyde is having difficulty finding a suitable place to sleep and Donna is the center of her parents' fighting, as they attempt woo her favors by taking her shopping.

Episode SummaryEdit

One of Laurie's college professors tries to get her to return to classes. Eric discovers her reasons for being at the Forman house and attempts to blackmail his sister with the information. Meanwhile, Hyde is having difficulty finding a suitable place to sleep and Donna is the center of her parents' fighting, as they attempt to buy her out with shopping.

After The Professor leaves, Laurie tells Red and Kitty that The Professor had taken advantage of her, and Laurie then pins it on Eric, saying, "He watched him kiss me, and he didn't do anything about it!". Red then shows his anger at Eric, telling him the importance of protecting his sister.

At the end of the episode, Eric sits on the living room couch, next to Kitty, and talks of how close he was to succesfully blackmailing his sister, saying "I had her in my sights, in my cross-hairs!". Kitty responds with, "If you ever get an oppurtunity like that again, for god sake's pull the trigger."

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