Eddie doesn't study for a chemistry test and convinces Urkel to help him cheat (by pretending to have a cold). When Urkel really does have a cold, he is caught giving Eddie the answers and - when he keeps mum about who he was helping to cheat - is threatened with expulsion. Meanwhile, Carl becomes the laughingstock of the precinct when he literally sleeps through a house burglary (thanks to the ... See full summary »


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When Eddie decides to bribe Steve to help him cheat on the test by pretending to have a cold, Urkel ends up having one for real and is caught trying to help him cheat. His academic future is on the line when he's up for expulsion. Eventually, Eddie is forced to confess for his wrong doing to save his friend from being expelled. They end up having to retake the test in order for them. Meanwhile, Carl ends up being the laughingstock (thanks to Lt.Murtaugh), after two revenge seeking burglars use sleeping gas to put him to sleep, then rob the Winslows blind. Their second attempt to rob the Winslow house failed when Harriette and Rachel decisively catch them in the act. Written by Anonymous

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10 January 1992 (USA)  »

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Edward 'Eddie' James Arthur Winslow: I was thinking you could help me during the test.
Waldo Geraldo FaldoSteven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel: Cheating?
Edward 'Eddie' James Arthur Winslow: I prefer to call it sharing.
Waldo Geraldo Faldo: Well I for one am appalled.
Edward 'Eddie' James Arthur Winslow: Why are you upset, Waldo?
Waldo Geraldo Faldo: Cheating is wrong, Eddie, and you should know that.
[Puts his jacket on and heads to the Door]
Waldo Geraldo Faldo: I may get F's, but, by God, I earn them!
[He leaves the house]
Steven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel: You know, I never thought I'd see the day that I actually agreed with Waldo Geraldo Faldo.
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A Test of Friendship (#3.14)
25 June 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I like the idea of Carl sleeping through robbery, it was hilarious how he woke up after a nice sleep without any furniture around. And while i felt bad for him it was also pretty funny when his colleagues were teasing him as a "sleeping beauty". But the turn out was a bit dumb and not too well thought through.

The story of Steve helping Eddie to cheat was another morally preachy story they like to put in. But it was definitely funny at the part when it turns out that Steve really had a cold and was sniffing coughing and blowing his nose all at the same time. And honestly it made sense for Eddie not to come out when he said that both will be in trouble

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