Who is contractually obligated to compete in a beauty contest? Why does no one else work at Ferguson’s? And what is the self-help craze that is sweeping the nation? We put on our tuxedos to discuss these questions and more as we watch Season 8, Episode 17 of Family Matters.
Why does 3J sound like he’s 40? Which one of Eddie’s ex-girlfriends is that? And why can’t Carl do ONE THING right? We dance our way through these questions and more as we watch Season 8, Episode 18 of Family Matters.
Why is there another contest? When was ice cream invented? And WHAT HAS EDDIE DONE?! We manipulate the answers to these questions and more as we discuss Season 8, Episode 19 of Family Matters.
How do you get ketchup off of your face? Have you ever seen a yak’s butt? And can you play poker with your wife without getting divorced? We deal with these questions and more as we watch Season 8, Episode 20 of Family Matters.
How much does it cost to house Steven Q. Urkel? Does everyone on this show get to write an episode for themselves? And WHERE IS GRETA?! We destroy our way through these questions and more as we watch Season 8, Episode 21 of Family Matters.
Is that the “Queen of Disco?” What are the ethics of asking out a member of your congregation? And did Urkel just invent an Anti-Super Soldier Serum? We sing our way through these questions and more as we watch Season 8, Episode 22 of Family Matters.
Has Reginald VelJohnson ever used a computer? Which came first: this episode or Dune? And is there a clown credential program? We squeeze into a Volkswagen Beetle to find out the answers to these questions and more as we watch Season 8, Episode 23 of Family Matters.
Where is Steven Q. Urkel? Wait, when is Steven Q. Urkel? No, WHY IS STEVEN Q. URKEL?! We travel through time to try to answer all of these questions and so many more while discussing the Season 8 finale of Family Matters.
Relax. Pour yourself a drink. Listen to us relaxing too much and drinking probably too much, too. Because we made it through watching all of Season 9 of Family Matters backwards.