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Paris Vacation: Part 1 

Steve, Stefan and the Winslow family spends a vacation at Paris with his Urk-Pad after accidentally sending Carl in place of cheese to his pen pal, Nicole. All is not well when they first ... See full summary »

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
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Steve, Stefan and the Winslow family spends a vacation at Paris with his Urk-Pad after accidentally sending Carl in place of cheese to his pen pal, Nicole. All is not well when they first arrive, Eddie accidentally damages the café that his parents were eating at and is forced to work there to pay off the damages. Then Nicole is blackmailed by her opportunist cousin, Gilbert to get the plans of the Urk-Pad. Meanwhile Stefan looks to Steve and asks him to help him build his family tree (per Laura's recommendation). The nerd not only helps him build his using the Urkel family tree, but he also admitted that he created Stefan for a lot of things he wanted to be in his life. Stefan admitted that he wasn't a smart guy, but does come close. Written by Anonymous

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20 September 1996 (USA)  »

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Paris Vacation: Part 1 (#8.1)
3 November 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Steve created a transporter and goes with the Winslow family to Paris. There Eddie destroys a café and has to work, Stefan wonders about his future and gets to model and Nicole, the girl Steve visits, turns out to be in a plot against him.

A good way to start a season. Nice to see them in a different setting and there is a lot happening that makes me think the continuing episodes will be even better.

Stefan didn't bother me in this episode. i actually liked them bringing up him thinking that he has no past and wondering about his future They didn't end up doing much about it but it was pretty nice


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