Eddie wants to make a rock video for a TV contest, but finds himself in a bind when his band deserts him. No wonder, Harriette points out: "That was a love letter from Eddie Winslow, to ... See full summary »

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-France)
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Eddie wants to make a rock video for a TV contest, but finds himself in a bind when his band deserts him. No wonder, Harriette points out: "That was a love letter from Eddie Winslow, to Eddie Winslow!" Eddie decides he needs to change his narcissistic attitude and recruits Urkel and his family to make a rock video ("We Are a Family") that everyone can be proud of. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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27 April 1990 (USA)  »

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This is the first episode in which Urkel is shown playing his accordion. See more »

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When Mother Winslow walks off to get her tambourine, the edge of the set and a crew person's shadow are visible in the lower right corner of the screen. See more »

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Rodney Beckett: [after seeing Eddie's music video] I can't believe it. Urkel, the camera was on Eddie the whole time.
Steve Urkel: Hey, I was following Eddie's instructions.
Rachel Crawford: Exactly what were Eddie's instructions?
Steve Urkel: To keep the camera on him and forget all the other meatheads.
JerryKyle: What?
Steve Urkel: [points to Eddie] His words, not mine.
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We Are A Family
Written by James O'Keefe and Howard McCrary
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Rock Video (#1.22)
6 November 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

What a disappointment for a season finale! I think it was the worst episode so far.

All episodes on Family Matters have a sort of "lesson to learn", but they are mixed with humor. In this episode humor was really lacking. Nothing about this video story was funny at all. Absolutely nothing, maybe just grandma rocking, but this isn't enough. The video they made at the end was pretty sad as well

The tax story was in a way funny, but it was too small. So a little joke like this cannot save the whole episode.

And I don't know why they keep on doing the "Did I do it" thing with Urkel. Who ever said that it was funny?


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