The subject in home economics class at school: marriage. Laura wants to be paired with any number of cute guys in her class for a project about marriage ... but winds up with Urkel instead. Urkel goes above and beyond what it takes to be a good husband, but winds up angering Laura when she feels smothered by his constant attention. Laura asks for some sympathy from her mother, but Harriette just wishes Carl would pay half as much attention to her as Urkel does Laura. Written by
Brian Rathjen <email@example.com>
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In the close-up of Harriet saying, "You're doing fine" to Carl, part of his shoulder is visible, indicating they are sitting close together. In all other shots of the scene they are sitting about a foot apart. See more
Laura Lee Winslow
[after Steve gives her a ring
This is real! Where did you get the money for this?
Steven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel
From my stay away fund- every year all my relatives send me money and hope that I won't visit them.
Strangers in the Night
Written by Bert Kaempfert
, Charles Singleton
and Eddie Snyder
Performed by Frank Sinatra See more