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Christmas Is Where the Heart Is 

Urkel reminds Carl and a bunch of ill-tempered passengers about the meaning of Christmas when they become stranded on a subway during a Christmas Eve power outage.

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(as Richard Correll)

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
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Richie Crawford (as Bryton McClure)
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Urkel reminds Carl and a bunch of ill-tempered passengers about the meaning of Christmas when they become stranded on a subway during a Christmas Eve power outage.

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10 December 1993 (USA)  »

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Christmas Is Where the Heart Is (#5.11)
4 July 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Being stuck in the subway seems to be popular in 90's sitcoms. And in this one it also happens on Christmas! Carl breaks the present he has for Harriet and goes shopping with Steve.

On the way back Carl thinks that nothing could get worse, but unfortunately it can: they get stuck on Christmas in the subway with a slightly unpleasant crowd!

I liked the characters they found for the subway scene, all made me laugh! And Urkel was sweet as he always is, managed to make even subway Christmas nice.

The scene where Richie was making money by telling where presents are was pretty good as well


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