Laura enlists Urkel's help for a science project, despite Estelle's stern warnings against it. Laura falls asleep and has the weirdest dream: Urkel made an atomic bomb ... and sets it off, blowing Chicago off the map.

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-France)
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Richie Crawford (as Bryton McClure)
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Laura enlists Urkel's help for a science project, despite Estelle's stern warnings against it. Laura falls asleep and has the weirdest dream: Urkel made an atomic bomb ... and sets it off, blowing Chicago off the map.

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The first episode in which Urkel's basement is seen, albeit only in a dream sequence. It would later become one of the main sets on the show. See more »

Goofs

Both times Rachel strums the harp, the sound is delayed. It doesn't come until she is not still touching it. See more »

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[Steve accidentally set off his A-bomb]
Steve Urkel: Don't panic, my love! If I remember correctly, the safest place to be during a nuclear explosion is in a reinforced basement.
Laura: Not when the bomb is in the basement with you!
Steve Urkel: Good point... PANIC!
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Spoofs Max Headroom (1987) See more »

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That's Life
Originally Performed by Frank Sinatra
Performed by Reginald VelJohnson, Jo Marie Payton and Rosetta LeNoire
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The Science Project (#2.10)
4 June 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A cute episode. Although I would rather see people compete for Urkel to be their project partner. Even though it is obvious he would pick his dear Laura.

The atomic bomb story was of course very silly, but nonetheless it made me laugh a lot. I especially loved the Urkel on the computer screen giving the messages before the explosion. It looks so 90's! It is weird though that this dream would make Laura change her mind since it was obviously silly.

I did like the ending and the how it went with the project, I liked how they made the connection to the dream here.


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