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Torn Between Two Lovers 

Rachel opens up Rachel's Place, the new teen hangout (in place of the burned-out Leroy's). She also has her eye on her loan officer, Steve Webster, then begins talking about him around the ... See full summary »

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-France)
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Estelle 'Mother' Winslow
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Eddie Winslow
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Laura Winslow
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Judy Winslow
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Richie Crawford (as Bryton McClure)
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Jolene
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Rachel opens up Rachel's Place, the new teen hangout (in place of the burned-out Leroy's). She also has her eye on her loan officer, Steve Webster, then begins talking about him around the house. Urkel overhears Rachel's conversation about treating Webster to a candlelight dinner ... and jumps to the conclusion that Rachel has her eye on him. Urkel dons his best threads, and although Rachel is flattered, she finds she needs to clear up this misunderstanding. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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21 September 1990 (USA)  »

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[Steve thinks Rachel is in love with him, but she is really in love with another man named Steve]
Rachel Crawford: Oh, hi Steve.
[Steve jumps]
Rachel Crawford: How are you?
Steve Urkel: Mm-fine!
Rachel Crawford: Uh, Steve, would you mind coming over to the restaurant on Sunday at about 7:30?
Steve Urkel: A-wha-ha-wha-wha-wha-wah?
Rachel Crawford: Well, I'm planning dinner for a very, very special friend.
Steve Urkel: Oh, I see. Oh, I see. I-I-I see.
Rachel Crawford: Steve, are you sure you're okay?
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Torn Between Two Lovers (#2.2)
6 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

I think so far this has been my favorite episode of this show. Absolutely brilliant idea. They have done so well by bringing things that could confuse Steve: the other guy's name, the fact that he is younger, etc I couldn't stop laughing when Steve was listening to the talker and hearing all Rachel was saying about Steve, thinking that he is the sexiest man she ever saw who is the best dresser!

And the clothes he wore at the restaurant....Absolutely adorable! And he was moving so greatly and all his facial expressions! Jaleel White was such a talented kid.

I also liked how all the women including little Judy ran to Rachel when she said the conversation is about a man. And I also liked them talking the topic of how disgustingly chauvinistic our society is about age difference, this was obviously done to make more reasons for Urkel to believe that he is the Steve in question, but I still liked it mentioned. It is still like that although probably not as bad as in the 90's

And I must say little Richie really grew up fast! Wonder how much time is supposed to have passed since the first season


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