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That's What Friends Are For 

Eddie wins a college scholarship, and everyone's cheering except Waldo. Meanwhile, Urkel drives Carl crazy with a slide show from a cheese convention.


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Episode credited cast:
Carl Winslow
Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
Estelle 'Mother' Winslow
Eddie Winslow
Laura Winslow
Richie Crawford (as Bryton McClure) (credit only)
Steve Urkel
Waldo Geraldo Faldo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mrs. Ostendorf
Susan Dawkins ...
Cheryl Lynn Michaels ...
Girlfriend at Drive-Thru
Lee Wessof ...
Man at Drive-Thru


Eddie's family and Steve are excited that he has landed a college scholarship at the college he wants to go to. However, Waldo feels left out and thinks that he will forget him. He is surprised when Eddie reveals that he got him in the Chicago Culinary School for the talented chefs and wants him to live in his apartment. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Family




Release Date:

4 March 1994 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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That's What Friends Are For (#5.19)
22 July 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A very sweet episode. I really liked the story about Eddie and Waldo. Waldo being worried about losing his best friend when Eddie goes to college. It is a common issue at that age, and to be honest whenever there is a major life change in one of the friend's life that would make it harder to see each other. And they made it pretty well, added some home and also made the outcome pretty sweet. Was nice to see how they showed how anyone could make it in some way with their own gift and Eddie being so supportive of his best friend.

Carl's FOF was pretty good as well. I liked how they made Mother Winslow repeat the same term as Steve did to make it look like a common way to call it.And Steve in his kitchen gear was very funny!!!

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