Family Matters: Season 5, Episode 13

Rock Enroll (7 Jan. 1994)

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Eddie decides to postpone college when R&B singer Shanice performs a song he wrote; the two share a duet later in this episode. Meanwhile, Urkel is feeling down when it seems no one has remembered his birthday.

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Eddie decides to postpone college when R&B singer Shanice performs a song he wrote; the two share a duet later in this episode. Meanwhile, Urkel is feeling down when it seems no one has remembered his birthday.

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Rock Enroll (#5.13)
15 July 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Lame episode.

Awfully preachy and annoying. I know they wanted to teach kids a lesson on how they should finish school instead of trying to be stars but here they totally blew it. The basketball story made more sense (yes, lets also not forget that this is pretty much a repetition of a story.

In this case though Eddie wasn't even shooting for the stars trying to get something nor did he have to give up school. It is nice to teach that one should think through plans and see potential, but here when the guy had access to a producer who already made many stars it is not the same as someone who just practiced guitar in a garage and has no idea what to do. All opportunities are there. And he could stay in school. Even if he would go behind in school for a year it is a smarter decision than not let it go. "Look for opportunities and grab them" should be a lesson as well.

So a big fail. It only gets the points it gets from me thanks to Urkel's birthday


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