Family Matters: Season 9, Episode 10

Original Gangsta Dawg (5 Dec. 1997)

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Steve's gangster cousin, Cornelius aka OGD decides to hide out in the Winslow house to avoid Fresh Squeeze.



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Episode credited cast:
Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
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Steve's gangster cousin, Cornelius aka OGD decides to hide out in the Winslow house to avoid Fresh Squeeze.

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Steven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel: Hello.
Stefan Urquelle: Steve, what's up with your cousin? He interruped my phone call meant for Laura
Steven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel: I'll show him.
[Calls Laura's Cell and gets OGD instead]
Cornelius Eugene Urkel aka OGD: Yo.
Steven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel: Cornelius Eugene Urkel, you have better find a good excuse to leave town soon.
Stefan Urquelle: You can take a bus or an airplane. Anywhere away from my Laura.
Cornelius Eugene Urkel aka OGD: That's big talk coming from a guy in Italy.
Steven 'Steve' Quincy Urkel: I'll have you know, I'm not in Italy. And I'll be coming home tomorrow.
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Original Gangsta Dawg (#9.10)
14 November 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Urkel's gangster cousin from Detroit arrives at the Winslow home and has a conflict with Carl. Harriet reminds Carl that OGD didn't have a good childhood and they may try to influence him to be a better person.

Really didn't like the episode. While I liked the final scene of Carl and OGD as well as what Harriet said, I think they totally failed with their message otherwise. OGD didn't do anything wrong, absolutely nothing. So the attitude of the Winslows and Urkel just make them look like the nasty people of our society. Especially Carl,how he treated OGD from the start just shows that he is indeed one of those nasty cops OGD talked about that mistreat people based on looks/social status, because Harriet can't be there with him to give advice every day.

And it was great to see Missy Elliot but she couldn't save this episode.

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