That '70s Show

That '70s Show (1998)

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The Keg - S1-E6

Corrected entry: When everyone is in the pool and Kelso convinces Jackie that having a party is a bonus - Jackie is the one who raises her arm in support instead of Kelso. You can tell as the sleeve is orange and Kelso is wearing a yellow armed shirt

Correction: Look closer. Jackie is actually holding on to Kelso with her feet off the ground and both hands around his neck. When Kelso raises his hand, he picks up Jackie's arm a bit and you see some of the orange red of Jackie's shirt. However, it is definitely Kelso that raises his arm in a clenched fist. Jackie's hands are around Kelso's neck.

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