Rachel tells Richie and Judy stories about Carl and Eddie to teach a lesson about taking credit. Carl and Lt. Murtaugh are involved in an operative to uncover a smuggling ring. Even though ... See full summary »

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Rachel tells Richie and Judy stories about Carl and Eddie to teach a lesson about taking credit. Carl and Lt. Murtaugh are involved in an operative to uncover a smuggling ring. Even though Murtaugh nearly blows the undercover scheme, Carl is able to take the criminals into custody and gives his partner credit for setting up the sting. Meanwhile, Eddie struggles with a writing assignment in class and turns to Urkel for help. Urkel ghost writes a really great story and Eddie is ready to take the credit ... until he is asked to produce more stories. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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Eddie: I'm sorry, Steve. We'll go camping together some other time. Just you and me. I promise, okay?
Steve Urkel: Okay.
Eddie: All right.
[goes to leave]
Steve Urkel: ...No, it's not okay! Eddie Winslow, front and center! Newsflash, Eddie! I have feelings. Inside this scrawny chest, there beats a heart. A heart that hurts. And the reason it hurts is because I've tried very hard to be your friend and all you've done is take advantage of me. Well, that's gonna stop right now! I'm not your personal doormat.
[pointing to Laura]
Steve Urkel: I'm her ...
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Taking Credit (#2.21)
6 June 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

As usually this episode includes a lesson. Little Richie learns when to take credit or not.

Carl was great and I absolutely love the character of the Lieutenant. The fact that he even changes his name according to his title makes him even more insane and unique. The story between him and Carl was pretty entertaining and involved some great acting.

When it comes to Eddie and Steve, the only thing that makes it good is the fact that we all love to see Steve stand up for himself. But it was not a well thought idea.

Really this episode for the most should just target little kids, for adults it is just about average (thanks to Carl and his colleague)


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