Family Matters (1989–1998)
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Food, Lies and Videotape 

A variety of situations involving the gang and home-ec class: Urkel can't cook a lick (and of course causes plenty of accidents); snotty Cassie Lynn finds she can't always be a cover girl all the time; and Waldo learns he may just be good at something after all.

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Richie Crawford (as Bryton McClure)
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A variety of situations involving the gang and home-ec class: Urkel can't cook a lick (and of course causes plenty of accidents); snotty Cassie Lynn finds she can't always be a cover girl all the time; and Waldo learns he may just be good at something after all.

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7 February 1992 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When Carl comes into the house filming with the video camera, he is videotaping where he puts his police bag it shows on the camera that the door is open by the bag even though he closed it as he came through the door. See more »

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[after Steve's Urk-yeast exploded all over the room]
Steve Urkel: Ms. Steuben... I told the janitor about our little problem here.
Ms. Steuben: Is he coming?
Steve Urkel: Uh... no. He opted for early retirement.
Ms. Steuben: I think he has the right idea.
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References Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989) See more »

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Food, Lies and Videotape (#3.17)
25 June 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The home ec storyline was pretty good. First of all I loved how they brought back Ms. Steubens to whom Steve promised not to take home ec and yet he did. Her reaction to him was hilarious and for a good reason! The scene with the dough was hilarious. Especially when Cassie (horrible acting by the way) landed in it.

I also liked how they had boys in the class and it was one of them who ended up being the A student, the fact that it was Waldo made it even better. Nice to see him discover his hidden talent

And we had a little lesson line here to confess the truth with Richie who broke the camera.


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