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Le jour d'amour 

Urkel hosts three Valentine's Day stories. First in True Love, Eddie sings a song that cleared any misunderstanding that Greta had with his ex-girlfriend from high school, Oneisha. Next in ... See full summary »

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
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Eddie Winslow
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Laura Winslow
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Richie Crawford (as Bryton McClure)
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Steve Urkel / Stefan Urquelle
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Myra Monkhouse
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3J
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Maxine Johnson
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Oneisha
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Kelsey Webster
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Greta McClure
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Urkel hosts three Valentine's Day stories. First in True Love, Eddie sings a song that cleared any misunderstanding that Greta had with his ex-girlfriend from high school, Oneisha. Next in First Love, it involves 3J and Richie vying for the affections of Kelsey Webster, a popular girl at their school. When Richie decides to drop out, she decides that he's a far better gentleman than 3J would ever be. Then in Lasting Love, Harriette accuses Carl for being cheap in buying her the same gifts every year. He makes up for it by enlisting the help of 3J and Richie to make a new Valentine's Day card and he buys an uneaten chocolate box. Finally, Urkel himself gets his own Valentine's Day gift in the form of Myra dressed up as Cupid in a Polka outfit. Written by Anonymous

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14 February 1997 (USA)  »

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Harriette Winslow: [Opens the candy box] Candy missing.
Carl Otis Winslow: There was an E.Coli scale in the chocolate and I tasted a few to make sure the box was safe.
Harriette Winslow: You're a brave man.
Carl Otis Winslow: Hey, I'm here for you, baby.
Harriette Winslow: These flowers are... not fresh.
Carl Otis Winslow: Yeah, well. I probably had the heater up on high and they wilted. Read the card, read the card.
[Harriette reads the card]
Harriette Winslow: [feigns being touched] Oh, Carl this is beautiful.
Carl Otis Winslow: Hey, I mean every word, sweetheart.
Harriette Winslow: And you meant every word 8 years ago.
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Le jour d'amour (#8.18)
10 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

A Valentines day episode in which Steve hosts us 3 love stories.

Well, since it is a Valentine day episode there is pretty much no humor. And the romantic stories are just gag provoking.

The Richie episode is dumb. He is a bad actor once again, and it is unrealistic the girl would choose him over 3J. No matter how much people want to teach kids that being lame is attractive, it really isn't.

Greta is an annoying character. Her jealousy was annoying and her gloating at the end made me want to punch her. But then again she ended up with Eddie, so it may actually be the perfect match.

Carl and Harriet's story is the less annoying one, but it is as lazy and unoriginal as Carl's gift ideas.


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