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Life in the Fast Lane 

Laura becomes worried about her figure and invests in some diet pills. She doesn't count on Urkel mistaking her pills for his vitamin supplements, and in the process, he is nearly involved ... See full summary »

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Laura becomes worried about her figure and invests in some diet pills. She doesn't count on Urkel mistaking her pills for his vitamin supplements, and in the process, he is nearly involved in a tragic accident as he unwittingly destroys the Winslows' garage. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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Life in the Fast Lane (#7.14)
31 October 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The captain of the cheer leading team tells Laura that she is too fat for the top of the pyramid. Laura wants to lose some weight and gets some diet pills to lose it faster. Steve takes some because he thinks it is a cold medicine and...well, you can imagine what happens.

Of course it is a bit silly. Stimulants or not, in a diet pill they wouldn't have the effect they had on Steve. But it is incredibly funny to see Urkel like that. The way he put the shelves, how he was dancing it was all absolutely funny. I laughed out loud many times.

And the good thing is that the whole scene between Laura and Harriet in the end regarding those pills wasn't tool long to get annoying


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