Myra's looking for some "Hot Stuff" - namely, Urkel - and asks Laura for advice on breaking the ice with the reluctant nerd. Meanwhile, Weasel sells Eddie a discounted car stereo that literally may be "hot stuff."

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Myra's looking for some "Hot Stuff" - namely, Urkel - and asks Laura for advice on breaking the ice with the reluctant nerd. Meanwhile, Weasel sells Eddie a discounted car stereo that literally may be "hot stuff."

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30 April 1993 (USA)  »

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Steve Urkel: [after discovering that the stereo in Eddie's car has had its serial number scratched off] Uh-uh. Just as I thought. It seems the guy that you purchased your stereo equipment from didn't want you to fill in any important paper work.
Eddie: What do you mean Steve?
Steve Urkel: Edward this stuff's been hawked.
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Hot Stuff (#4.22)
30 June 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Myra comes to Laura to get help to hook up with Steve Urkel and it does work out because the annoying nerd now has a girlfriend! Their little accordion time was something special. Sexy would be the wrong word to use but it really was intense and made one laugh, no wonder it ended in such a beautiful kiss. That kiss was a bit too much for the Urkel that we know, is his character developing more and more? I like that!

And Eddie gets a great deal for a stereo for his car and turns out that it is stolen. It is mainly to give us a lesson on how stealing is bad because there is a victim of the robbery, but it had some fun moments too. My favorite was Urkel dancing to a yodeling station. It was a great episode with Urkel as the music guy


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