Laurie is Eric Forman's manipulative and popular older sister, who initially lives away from home, attending college. Laurie and Eric's father, Red Forman, spoils her and favors her over Eric. Eric and his friends make fun of her for her promiscuous behavior. Laurie, who has Farrah Fawcett-style wavy blonde hair, is a promiscuous young woman often seen with different men, from her college psychology professor to Eric's friend Michael Kelso, who cheated on his girlfriend Jackie Burkhart. She is an object of sexual fantasy for Fez, whom she marries later in the series so that he can get a green card. Jackie hates her and usually refers to her as "a slut", at one point getting into a cat fight with her over Kelso.
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The relationship between Jackie Burkhart and Michael Kelso is one of the most interesting and popular TV relationships of all time. The coolest thing about their onscreen relationship is that it led them to have a relationship in real life. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are now married with children which is pretty amazing if you ask us. It isn't every day that celebrities meet on the set of the movies and TV shows they are filming and end up falling in love forever! The relationship between Jackie and Kelso always seemed to be very shallow.
She is Red Forman's favorite child. She was portrayed in seasons, , and 5 by the late Lisa Robin Kelly and portrayed by Christina Moore in season 6. She is a college dropout and slacker once getting a college professor to fall in love with her. She is a bully to her younger brother and enjoys his misery. In response, Eric often refers to her as the Devil.
The show had its ups and downs of course, with its final season drawing particular criticism thanks to its poor plotting, absence of fan-favorite characters Eric and Kelso, and the introduction of the widely disliked Randy. Nevertheless, the show is still one of the best sitcoms of its kind, with the majority of its episodes earning high critical praise. Updated July 23, by Gabriela Silva: The show was a fan favorite just like other popular sitcoms like Seinfeld and Friends.