Family Matters: Season 9, Episode 22

Lost in Space: Part 2 (17 Jul. 1998)

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With the space ship unable to return to Earth, it's up to Steve to save his fellow crewman by gently removing the satellite that got stuck to it's side. Once successful, he brings the crew ... See full summary »

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With the space ship unable to return to Earth, it's up to Steve to save his fellow crewman by gently removing the satellite that got stuck to it's side. Once successful, he brings the crew home. Meanwhile, Myra makes one last push to get Urkel to come back to her, by pretending to be his fiancée. The plan fails and she eventually gives up on her pursuit. During that time, Carl helps Harriette understand her son's need to be a police officer, Eddie's meter maid duty takes a dangerous turn. Written by Anonymous

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Last show of the series. See more »

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Steven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel: [last lines of the series] Do I get a welcome home kiss?
Laura Lee Winslow: On one condition.
Steven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel: What's that?
Laura Lee Winslow: That you'll never go into outer space again.
Steven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel: Only when we kiss, Laura Lee, only when we kiss
[they passionately kiss]
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I think it was a great show cause Steve finally ended up with Laura after all those years of trying. He never gave up and finally got her to notice him. If I was Laura I wouldn't have ignored Steve all those years cause he was a great guy and cute as can be but Laura couldn't see that I guess until the last season.I think it was sweet that she choose Steve over Stefan. I mean I know Stefan was Steve's alto-ego but still if you are gone to love someone love them for who they are and not make them change. Thats how I see it. Thats why I am glad that Steve was the one that she choose cause he is a goodhearted person and always there when anyone needs him. Stefan was too self-centered for me and thats not right. If you gone to love someone love them the way they are end of story.


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