Carl needs one more person for his poker-playing group. Harriette joins--and beats everyone. Meanwhile, in order to be a judge at a bikini contest, Eddie convinces Steve to temporarily ... See full summary »

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
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Carl needs one more person for his poker-playing group. Harriette joins--and beats everyone. Meanwhile, in order to be a judge at a bikini contest, Eddie convinces Steve to temporarily replace him in his job as a peanut vendor at a football stadium. However, Steve causes so many mishaps that he is terminated--along with Eddie.

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Impossible Poker Hand in Episode!
10 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As the large and rotund Carl flipped over his cards he brazenly said "Full House, 10's over 7's". Fair enough.

But then sassy and black Harriette said NU UH and proclaimed she had "Full House, Aces over Jacks".

Again, fair enough ... IF you ignore the fact that it's impossible to have both of these hands in a poker game. Either Carl has 10's over 7's or Harriette has A's over J's, they can't both have these full houses.

Proof: Let's assume that Carl had Pocket 10's. If he had 10's over 7's, the community card would have to look like this: 10-7-7-?-?. That would leave only two cards for Harriette 2 cards to complete her full house and that's not enough.

Conclusion. Harriette is a lying **** and she just wanted to embarrass Carl in front of his bosses.

Conclusion #2: I'm the biggest loser in the world, and I'm clearly very depressed at the moment. No one will ever think to click on Family Matters season 8 episode 20 because frankly Family Matters is starting to get stale at this stage. Eddie has turned into a manslut, and Laura looks butch. Urkel is still cool though. Wow, are you still reading my post? That's a strong sign that you may also not have a life.

Bye


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