In this episode paying tribute to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America program, Urkel is paired with a streetwise youth named 3J, whose smart mouth is the cover for an embarrassing ... See full summary »

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
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Richie Crawford (as Bryton McClure)
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Chante (as Mayah Aishah McCoy)
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Baby Girl (as Natalie Desselle)
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In this episode paying tribute to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America program, Urkel is paired with a streetwise youth named 3J, whose smart mouth is the cover for an embarrassing secret: He can't read. Urkel vows to help 3J learn how to read and discover the worlds that are opened up through books. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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23 February 1996 (USA)  »

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When Urkel tells 3J that reading will take him far in his imagination, he puts his arm around 3J's shoulders. In the next shot, the hand of this same arm is on 3J's waist. See more »

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Steve Urkel: My "play-ground pass"? How much will that cost me?
Baby Girl: We'll take all you've got.
Steve Urkel: But, that's all I've got!
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My Big Brother (#7.18)
31 October 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Steve participates in a Big Brother program and is a big brother to a kid that can't read.

And Carl suspects Harriet of having secrets when it turns out she just got him a camera as a present.

The first story is pretty good. Orlando Brown did a great job as 3J. He is not just a cute kid but also good at acting. And Steve dealing with the three girls at the play ground was hilarious. I loved how they called him ET and also how he was mimicking their movements. It was a highlight of the episode.

Also it is fun to see the old school technology. It6 shows how old the show is


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