Small-time con man Nick DeMarco (Barry Watson) is ordered by his parole officer to take a minimum-wage job as a department store Santa during the holidays...and he hates it. Near the end of... See full summary »
Melissa Joan Hart
Natalie and Nick are frustrated with their luck in romance. After tossing coins into a fountain, the two then begin dreaming about each other. But, according to fountain mythology, they only have a week to turn those dreams into reality.
Bishop T.K. Wilson, his wife & two children are a respectable family in their community - Yet the Wilson kids are fighting temptations & their son Dante has thoughts other than taking over his fathers church.
We were wondering what had become of Urkel, and in a fit of inspired curiosity we investigated and discovered Jaleel White had been quite prolific in the acting area and not so much the infamy area that most other child stars seem to find themselves. On to the show itself - quite a respectable and enjoyable outing indeed, kudos to Mr White for making his own show (generally i am wary of shows were the director, writer, and actor are one and the same) and to doing a good job of it - a good poke at himself very thinly veiled - Urkel has morphed into Dennis Rodman and taken it for a good ride - injokes, slapstick, old perverts, wrestling ladies - all thats missing is disco pants and a haircut - highly recommended
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