"That '70s Finale" is the twenty-second and final episode of the eighth season of That '70s Show, and two-hundreth episode overall. It aired on May 18, 2006 as part of the show's one-hour series finale.
- Mila Kunis as Jackie Burkhart
- Danny Masterson as Steven Hyde
- Laura Prepon as Donna Pinciotti
- Wilmer Valderrama as Fez
- Debra Jo Rupp as Kitty Forman
- Kurtwood Smith as Red Forman
- Josh Meyers as Randy Pearson
- Don Stark as Bob Pinciotti
- Tommy Chong as Leo
Special Guest Star
- "It turns out that Red was right: I am a dumbass”
- Kelso – Did you just kiss my ear?
- Fez – A little.
- Kelso – I liked it.
- "Hey, guys! Last one upstairs... has to call Red a dumbass!”
- —Eric, third to last line of the series
- Topher Grace makes his only Season 8 appearance.
- The ending of the series may leave it ambiguous whether Eric and Donna get back together. But in the Complete Series Collectors Book, it confirms that they have gotten back together.
- It's also unknown whether Donna actually goes to college or not.
- Randy is the only main character not seen at the Forman's New Year's Eve Party, mainly because a majority of the fans of the show hated him and it would've been awkward if he and Eric met because both had dated Donna. He also has just one scene in the episode.
- This episode along with "Love of My Life" brought in 10 million viewers on the original airing, the highest rated episode of the season.
- This episode is the highest rated episode on IMDB.
- The credits featured the exact the same end credits scene from the pilot.
- The end of this episode is the only time in the series where the basement is shown completely empty.
- Unlike the broadcast airing, the Netflix version did include the opening sequence.
- As of this episode, the only characters that have appeared in every episode of the series are Jackie, Hyde, Donna, Fez, Kitty, and Red.
- This was the only Season 8 episode to not be named after a song by Queen, and the first episode title since Season 4's "Love, Wisconsin Style" to not be named after any song from a 1970's band.