When locker room wisecracker Jerry boasts about his latest sexual exploits, Urkel says he plans to wait ... just like best bud Eddie. Eddie is upset at this revelation, until Laura tells ... See full summary »

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
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When locker room wisecracker Jerry boasts about his latest sexual exploits, Urkel says he plans to wait ... just like best bud Eddie. Eddie is upset at this revelation, until Laura tells him that Jerry is not exactly as well liked among the girls as he claims to be. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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14 January 1994 (USA)  »

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When Eddie storms out of the locker room, he leaves without closing his locker. In the long shot of Waldo getting towels thrown at him, the locker is suddenly closed. See more »

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Like a Virgin (#5.14)
15 July 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In this episode I am willing to forgive the lameness of the "lesson" for teenagers because it also has so many good qualities of a sitcom.

Yes, I am not someone who supports abstinence being pushed on teenagers. But one can't expect anything different for a family sitcom from the 90's. What I do like though is that they do it with Eddie and not Laura. They even make it clear that its not possible for guys to have all the fun and girls being virgins, it is just that after they went into keeping everyone virgins

I also love the whole acting. Carl was absolutely awesome during his conversation with Eddie. All his itching made me laugh and the dialogue was well written! I did hate the Eddie talk and that they actually actually tried to make us believe that the other guys went for the "quality over quantity" nonsense from Eddie.

But it was still a great episode. And Urkel has some good scenes as well. the towel fight in the locker room gives a few points up for this episode.


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