It's the guys (don't forget Urkel) vs. the gals in grudge match at the bowling alley. The usual hijinks ensue, and a huge argument breaks out. Then a severe thunderstorm knocks out the ... See full summary »

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It's the guys (don't forget Urkel) vs. the gals in grudge match at the bowling alley. The usual hijinks ensue, and a huge argument breaks out. Then a severe thunderstorm knocks out the power, and Estelle later points out that it was God calling everyone to their senses. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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6 April 1990 (USA)  »

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The family argues about whether Carl's final bowl was a strike or not. However, his left foot went over the foul line when he threw it, so it wouldn't have counted for anything regardless of how many pins he knocked over. See more »

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Laura: [seductively] Hi, Steve.
Steve Urkel: Hi, Laura,
Laura: You know, I shouldn't be mingling with the opposition, but I just wanted to tell you how handsome you look under fluorescent lighting.
Steve Urkel: [confused] Really?
Laura: Yeah. And, I just wanted to wish you good luck.
Steve Urkel: Thank you.
Laura: [grabbing his arm] Ooh! My, what strong arms.
[Steve drops his bowling ball and begins hyperventilating]
Carl: Steve? Steve?
Steve Urkel: Sh-she touched me, Carl! I can't breathe! All the pins look like Laura!
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Bowl Me Over (#1.21)
6 November 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Not a bad episode. Supposed to have the moral that chauvinism is bad. It just feels a bit weird because neither Eddie nor Carl seem to be guys who think like that. A little nit out of character.

But no matter what I kind of like how they ended it. With nobody knowing who won by letting the power go down. Grandma saying that it was done by the "Lord" seemed a bit too serious for my taste. And a bit of weird reason to end the fight, kind of a lazy ending.

I kind of like grandma I must say. It seems like she is involved in a lot of cool activities. Maybe we will get an episode on that.

And Urkel bowling was hilarious as well!


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