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Throw Urkel from the Train 

Laura is suspicious of Maxine's wealthy new boyfriend, D'Andre Moore. After D'Andre asks Maxine to deliver an unmarked package for him, police cadet Eddie and his supervisor arrest D'Andre ... See full summary »

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Carl Winslow
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Harriette Winslow
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Eddie Winslow
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Laura Winslow
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Steve Urkel
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Maxine Johnson
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Laura is suspicious of Maxine's wealthy new boyfriend, D'Andre Moore. After D'Andre asks Maxine to deliver an unmarked package for him, police cadet Eddie and his supervisor arrest D'Andre for dealing drugs, and Maxine apologizes to Laura. Steve accidentally goes to Washington, DC, on a train with Carl. En route he must share Carl's puny cabin for the entire trip from Chicago.

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19 June 1998 (USA)  »

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The first exterior shots of the train show it consists of single-level cars, but a shot near the end shows bi-levels. See more »

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References Throw Momma from the Train (1987) See more »

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Throw Urkel from the Train (#9.18)
14 November 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Carl goes to Washington, also being upset wondering if he made the right decision not to accept the promotion that would take him there. Steve passes out on the train and ends up going to DC with him

Max has a new boyfriend. Laura has a bad vibe about him and turns out she is right cause he is a coke dealer.

I did like the train scenes. The setting itself is pretty good, damn its some big and comfortable train! It was also cute how Steve sang to Carl and also how he got all upset about Carl being moody and stayed in the closer

Max's boyfriend story was kind of lame, but it was nice to see her and Laura having a friends moment


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