Family Matters: Season 4, Episode 16

Heart Strings (12 Feb. 1993)

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Laura cries on Urkel's shoulder when she and Ted break off their relationship, just before Valentine's Day. Meanwhile, Gwendoyln hopes to snare herself a valentine of her own - Richie.

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
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Richie Crawford (as Bryton McClure)
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Laura cries on Urkel's shoulder when she and Ted break off their relationship, just before Valentine's Day. Meanwhile, Gwendoyln hopes to snare herself a valentine of her own - Richie.

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Carl Otis Winslow: Look at it again, Harriette. It's to another restaurant.
Harriette Winslow: Carl I am not a weak, wimpy woman whose afraida to speak her mind. Whem I'm unhappy about something, I say so.
[removes Carl's napkin from his shirt and tosses it on the coffee table]
Harriette Winslow: And it would be nice if you would support me sometimes instead of hiding behind your napkin and caring what the other people think.
Carl Otis Winslow: I do not care what other people think.
Harriette Winslow: You most certainly do.
Carl Otis Winslow: I do not and keep your voice down the neighbors might hear you.
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Heart Strings (#4.16)
30 June 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Oh no, another Richie story. What are they good for? Those kids can't act and just say lines while looking stupid. Way too many scenes on it in this episode and they are not even funny.

Harriet and Carl's story just shows us how couples can complete each other with their different personalities. Not a special and memorable story, but with a good message and good acting.

Laura and Steve's story isn't all too funny. Laura agrees to be Steve's valentine since they are both lonely.

It is not a horrible episode, but it lacks comedy. The only worthy scenes are Steve in that chocolate box and the Muppet quote


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