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The Girl Next Door. The girl next door is generally adorably sweet, kind, and beautiful; but not drop dead gorgeous, either. Somewhere on the border of both of those. In a different spin on the trope, on The Officeit was Pam the girl in the next cubicle. On That '70s Showit was Donna Pinciotti.
The very first time she met Eric Forman, she punched the poor kid right in the stomach because he looked at her funny. Clearly, he was already smitten. As the pair grew older, they fell knee deep into each other during their formative years. If Eric was the heart of the series, Donna was its soul.
When Donna had a problem, just about everyone would try to help her, as best they could. Played by Laura Prepon, Donna was infused with plenty of reasons to love her and plenty of reasons to not like her, either. But much like Forman, fans were unable to see it, due to whatever spell the redheaded actress was able to cast on us.
At the end of it all, fans still loved Donna despite anything she donna from that 70s show nude. Considering Donna socked Eric immediately when they met, she sure put up with a lot of nonsense during their four years of on and off dating.
He yanked her pants down during a game a basketball and put up with his unintentional discrimination against women, which is a little strange for a feminist to be quasi-ok with. Like many people who are in love, they accept their ificant other no matter their faults. However, she herself, like a lot of girls on TV shows could have done a lot better than Eric. When Pilot episodes for shows are written, often times there are elements or even characters that are mentioned and never heard from again.
Donna had not one, but two sisters mentioned not just during the pilot but at several points in the show. Donna had a bit of rebellious phase and a tough time after dating Eric. She wound up shacking up with Casey Kelso instead.
Despite Donna caring for him, he dumped her in front of everyone. Unable to cope, she bailed for California to live with her mother. She bailed with Michael though. Intelligence seemingly must have skipped a generation in the Pinciotti household, after all, Bob and Midge completely forgot they had two other daughters. Seriously though, as level-headed and intelligent Donna is, her folks are not the brightest in the box. Bob would more or less allow Red to make fun of him. Midge left Bob to star in Broadway plays, only to move to California.
Donna often spent time trying to educate her parents, who both needed a little bit more of an education. Love is love, right? Especially during your teenage years, no matter what. Donna is a staunch feminist who is empowered and wants to empower others to be their own woman. Besides that - look at her and look at him. Eric is a bit of a slacker unless forced to do something. Their relationship was convenient when living next door to each other, but would they have ever gotten together if not for proximity?
Eric leaves the girl at the altar, and then for about a year, has no idea what he wants to do next. He decides the best course of action is to leave halfway across the world to Africa. Once Eric left, she felt a little lost.
Even though they tried long distance, Eric eventually again broke up with her. She took solace in the arms of newest cast member, Randy. Randy was liked well enough by the other characters on the show. But the fans of That '70s Show saw right through what the writers were trying to do and vehemently opposed to the pairing. Despite have zero in common, besides both being females and Jackie always calling Donna out on her plain-Jane approach to her looks, Donna winds up becoming best friends and caring about her like the sisters she forgot she had.
They both end up becoming just as close as Hyde and Forman ever were. Despite Hyde trying to talk him out of it, Eric thinks the best way to get he and Donna to stop fighting is to get her a Promise Ring. As unreasonable as Eric always is, he usually would just do what Donna wanted anyway. Speaking to Eric rationally might have avoided being dumped and everything else that came afterward. One of the reckless things that Donna did after breaking up with Eric because of the Promise Ring was date Casey Kelso.
Otherwise, he was as shallow and vapid as his younger brother. For some reason, Donna was instantly smitten.
She also is written as a bit of a control freak. To truly break it down, it seems the writers of the series might be trying to tell us something. Or Laura Prepon just acted the character with these choices.
Before they were dating, she made fun of Eric all of the time. However, it ended up working out for them considering they are one of the best television couples out there. The only woman Eric ever really wanted was Donna. Donna felt the same way, but once she realized that Eric was unquestionably devoted to her, she treated him pretty poorly sometimes. To make it up to him, she takes him to the Ted Nugent concert. The couple gets one backstage pass, and Donna decides to go, ditching her boyfriend for the rest of the night.
Even Eric, who is no prize was willing to let it go, if she was sorry.
Once they broke up, Donna decided to channel her emotions into a story that was published in the school paper. She wrote about all donna from that 70s show nude the issues and problems that the couple had, and the school starts to bother Eric for all of it.
He asks her about it, but Donna states that it was just a story. Fans of That '70s Show can debate until the cows home about whose fault the whole promise ring debacle was. But after the breakup, the former couple somehow decides to try and stay friends what else are they going to do?
Hypocritically, she would get mad at Eric when he showed concern for her relationship with Casey. All is right in That '70s Show land for Eric and Donna. So why not just fool around whenever and wherever — it is the seventies after all. The feminist crowd catch them and think that Eric is assaulting his girlfriend. In the sitcom world, most characters are just one trick ponies as far as their traits are concerned. Whatever growth or changes that happen to a character over the 21—22—minute episodes usually fell by the wayside every single week.
Once they were finally back together after Eric had traveled across the country, Donna gives Eric a Promise Ring. This one was god-awfully horrible looking. Only the seventies could produce such a gaudy ring. When Casey and Donna were dating, Donna became a bit of jerk - just like Casey. He even decides to date one or more of them. He does, out of respect for her feelings keep it a secret from Donna.
After giving her a promise ring and Donna sort of rejecting it, Eric felt forced to break up with her. Right or wrong, it happened and the duo were both upset until Donna started dating Casey. Donna checks off the box of literally living next door to our hero, Eric.
She also checks off the box that the male lead wants to be with her. She is a tomboy who has no issue mixing it up with the boys in sports, burns, and roughhousing. Although she does have feelings for Eric, she happily burns him too at every turn instead of supporting him.Donna from that 70s show nude
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That '70s Show (–): Season 5, Episode 19 - Bring It on Home - full transcript