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Myrtle Urkel (Character)
from "Family Matters" (1989)

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Family Matters: Season 3: Episode 25 -- Rachel and Laura read a story that Steve wrote. In the story, Steve is a 1940s detective whom Laura hires to protect Rachel, but when Rachel is killed, Steve must investigate all the suspects and deduce her murderer's identity.

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  1. "Family Matters"
        - Don't Make Me Over (1998) TV episode, Played by Jaleel White
        - A Pain in Harrassment (1997) TV episode, Played by Jaleel White
        - Dumb Belle of the Ball (1997) TV episode, Played by Jaleel White
        - They Shoot Ducks, Don't They? (1997) TV episode, Played by Jaleel White
        - Beauty and the Beast (1997) TV episode, Played by Jaleel White
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From "Family Matters: Dumb Belle of the Ball (#9.3)" (1997)
Sara Sue Pettyjohn: [stuck up toward Myrtle's lack of style and class] That's the difference between *old* money and *new* money.
Myrtle Urkel: Oh, how true, how true! Old money has more wrinkles!
Sara Sue Pettyjohn: [gasps and leaves]
Edward 'Eddie' Winslow: [laughing] Good one, Myrtle!
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