Highlights of the series' first six years - mainly, the Winslows' experiences with Urkel - are featured in this clip show, when Carl, Eddie and Laura visit with a psychiatrist to air their ... See full summary »

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Harriette Winslow (as Jo Marie Payton-Noble)
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Estelle Winslow (archive footage)
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Richie Crawford (archive footage) (as Bryton McClure)
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Waldo Geraldo Faldo (archive footage)
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Highlights of the series' first six years - mainly, the Winslows' experiences with Urkel - are featured in this clip show, when Carl, Eddie and Laura visit with a psychiatrist to air their grievances over the nerd. Harriette reminds them that, while Urkel is annoying, he also has helped them many times. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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31 March 1995 (USA)  »

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What's Up Doc? (#6.21)
28 August 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In this episode we see Winslows go to a psychologist to discuss the biggest problem in their life: Steve Urkel! Who is also present. They all tell the horrible stories from their experience which makes him see how bad he is, but then Winslows think of all the great things Urkel has done for them.

First I thought it will be a great episode, since the idea of going to a psychologist seemed like fun.

But then it turned out that it is a slide show, and slide shows are usually a waste of time. And this one didn't even have a great storyline.

One good thing that came out of it was to see them again years ago. It was fascinating to see Laura and Urkel as kids! They changed so much


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