Eddie becomes despondent when he learns that Oneshia is two-timing him. At a high-rise party, he goes onto the fire escape to sort his emotions out ... and considers suicide. Urkel and ... See full summary »

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Carl Winslow
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Harriette Winslow
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Estelle 'Mother' Winslow
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Eddie Winslow
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Laura Winslow
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Judy Winslow
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Rachel Crawford
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Richie Crawford (as Bryton McClure)
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Steve Urkel
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Waldo Geraldo Faldo
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Fletcher Thomas
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Oneisha (as Mary Morrow)
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Eddie becomes despondent when he learns that Oneshia is two-timing him. At a high-rise party, he goes onto the fire escape to sort his emotions out ... and considers suicide. Urkel and Waldo, concerned for their friend, try to talk Eddie down, but all three of their lives are soon endangered when the fire escape begins to give way. Meanwhile, Fletcher Thomas proposes to Estelle, and her answer upsets Carl. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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26 February 1993 (USA)  »

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The first episode (of only a few) in which a character other than Urkel speaks his catchphrase, "Did I do that?" See more »

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In the close-up of Carl stepping on the raft, it is in a different position on the floor than before. See more »

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References High Anxiety (1977) See more »

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Higher Anxiety (#4.18)
30 June 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In this episode Eddie gets depressed over a girl and thinks about suicide. I really was not a big fan of this story. Not only couldn't I understand what was so great about the girl (very pretty, but so were all the others Eddie dated), it also was not very funny. Actually not funny at all.

And even when Urkel and Waldo join Eddie on the balcony and have to fight for their life it didn't get better. It was an amazing physical performance, but I wasn't laughing. It made me more terrified than amused, lol, and this is not what I want from such shows.

I did like Mother Winslow being proposed to marriage though. Her character always shows us that life is not over until one lets it happen. Hope they go through and show us more on the wedding story!


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