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Jacqueline "Jackie" Beulah Burkhart is a fictional character portrayed by Mila Kunis on the Fox Network sitcom That '70s Show. Jackie is one of the two female leads throughout the show's life, and a love Relationships. When the show premieres, Jackie is dating Michael Kelso, a good-looking, brainless goofball. famously played Jackie Burkhart and Michael Kelso on "That '70s Show. and spoke about her relationship with husband Ashton Kutcher. Even though Mila Kunis recently admitted that she and Ashton Kutcher started their relationship as a casual thing, he was always part of the.
Jackie is the only exception -- unlike her friends, not once in eight years did she ever call any of them by their last name. Was it a sign of camaraderie?That 70's Show - Hyde Tells Jackie He Cheated
We may never know. Unlike its predecessor, That '80s Show was a failure and ended after just 13 episodes. If it had been successful, it could have featured several tie-ins to show how Eric and the rest of the cast from That '70s Show are adapting to life in the '80s. In real life, the show lasted for eight years from to Ironically, the show never really maintained its focus on the seventies after the first season. Later on in the season, Jackie eventually discovers his repeated infidelities and breaks up with him without realizing that Kelso had just finished telling Laurie that he is done with Laurie since he only loves Jackie.
After this breakup she is openly hostile to Kelso and many things clearly remain unfinished between them. She often insults him in front of his friends to get his attention, and just for the sake of bringing him up.
Reunion By season 3, she does eventually warm to him. Following Kelso's break up with Laurie, Kelso apologizes to Jackie for cheating on her because now he knows how it feels to be cheated on as Laurie cheated on him except he states that what happened to him and Jackie was different because they were actually really in love.
After this, Jackie begins to notice that Kelso has matured somehow, so Jackie devises a series of "tests" for Kelso to see if they should reconcile.
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He passes her tests, and they get back together. Kelso remains loyal to Jackie after that and stays with her throughout season four, and they enjoy a happier, more loving relationship.
However, towards the end of season 4, Jackie's father tells her that if she stays with Kelso, he will cut her off financially. She ends up choosing Kelso and gets a job. Later on, Kelso begins to spend less time with Jackie as a result of his joining a modeling agency, she is caught kissing her boss by Eric.
Without warning, she brings up marriage to Kelso and decides that they're getting married. Kelso, feeling overwhelmed, flees to California. When he returns in the beginning of season five, he along with the others is horrified to learn that she has begun dating Hyde. Jackie continues to date Hyde for most of the season, but when Kelso introduces Annette to the gang, Jackie finds herself clearly jealous and tells Donna that Michael is still supposed to pine over her.
Later in the episode, she claims to not be jealous anymore, but the moment she sees Annette kissing Kelso, she screams, "Get off my boyfriend! Towards the end of season five, as Jackie comforts Kelso, he states that no one understands him like she does. In the finale, Kelso and Hyde make Jackie choose between the two of them and she chooses herself. By the beginning of season six, Kelso claims that he is happy and genuinely enjoying their new friendship.
He spends the rest of the season trying to move on with his life, joins the police academy and impregnates a girl named Brooke and spends the rest of season 6 and 7 taking care of the baby.
Towards the end season seven, however, Kelso drives Jackie to Chicago after her break-up with Hyde, and Jackie asks him to spend some time with her before he leaves. He is later seen entering Jackie's hotel room in only a towel, implying that he and Jackie were about to sleep together, but runs off nude into the night when he sees that Hyde has come to the hotel to get Jackie back.
Kelso considers marrying Jackie and states that the happiest time of his life was with Jackie and claims he still loves her.
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When Fez tells Jackie what Kelso intends, she considers the proposal and decides that if he asks, she will accept. However, he gets offered a job out of town and realizes he can move on with his life, but Fez reveals to him that he has already told Jackie of the proposal.
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Kelso grows angry, and states that he loves Jackie and that he knows in the future, they will be together, but now is not the right time, but since Fez has implied that Kelso will lose all of his chances with Jackie if he doesn't propose now, Kelso ends up proposing at Red and Kitty 's anniversary party, though, she turns him down giving practically the same reasons as Kelso, which is that she loves him, but he has a lot of maturing to do and she has her own life to figure out so now is not the right time for them yet.
They both feel an unexpected relief, and end on good terms.
She is disgusted by his poverty and crass behavior, he scorns her superficiality and materialism. They strongly dislike each other during the first season, but begin to form a bond when Hyde helps Jackie cope with her breakup with Kelso in season two.
This leads to a brief period in which Jackie is infatuated with Hyde, but her feelings gradually fade. It isn't until season five, when Kelso is in California, that their romance begins. After watching The Price Is Right together all summer, the two begin making out every time they have a moment alone.
They date for most of season five until Jackie sees Kelso kissing Annette and yells "Get off my boyfriend!
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When he sees Jackie holding Kelso in her arms, knowing Jackie and Kelso's long history and on-off relationship, Hyde assumes that something must be going on between her and Kelso again. Despite her pleas that she was only comforting him and that nothing untoward happened, he doesn't believe her and he takes revenge by spending the night with another woman.
When he realizes that Jackie has been telling the truth, he confesses his infidelity. A heartbroken Jackie ends the relationship immediately. She decides she needs time to think about it, leaving them to wait and agonize, but chooses Hyde in the end.
She is torn between her relationship and her professional ambition, but tells Hyde that she will stay if he can gives her the merest hope that they will eventually get married. Hyde has no immediate answer, and when he finally decides, he is upset to realize that she has already gone or so he thinks.
Jackie has no way out of Point Place, and in a final attempt to get an answer out of Hyde, she goes to the basement.
Hiding his hurt and anger that she "left" him, Hyde tells her to have a good trip. During his conversation with Jackie, Kelso walks into the hotel room with a towel around his waist and a bucket of ice in his hands and implying that he and Jackie were about to have sex. When he comes back to Point Place, he has impulsively married a stripper named Samantha and she follows him back to Wisconsin.