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Policeman Carl Winslow has enough to deal with on the job. But when he gets home, he still has to handle kids, his wife, Harriette (whose character was first introduced on the sitcom "Perfect Strangers"), his mom, a sister-in-law and Urkel, the nerd next door who doesn't understand that he doesn't actually live with the Winslows.

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Steve (Jaleel White) is the center of attention at a mall when Myra (Michelle Thomas) begins to flirt with him.
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Steve undergoes a personality change when he drinks his secret elixir.
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Laura (Kellie Shanygne Williams) tricks a disrespectful used-car salesman; Steve (Jaleel White) is close to ruining Eddie's (Darius McCrary) love life.
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Steve (Jaleel White) gets a better partner for the basketball tournament after Eddie (Darius McCrary) dumps him. The NBA's Larry Johnson guest stars.
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Carl (Reginald VelJohnson) pushes Eddie (Darius McCrary) to try out for the high-school basketball team despite the boy's reluctance. With JoMarie Payton-France.
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Eddie (Darius McCrary) hires Waldo (Shawn Harrison), who is down on himself, to work at the Mighty Weenie.
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Obsessive Myra (Michelle Thomas) invades Steve's (Jaleel White) school; Harriette (JoMarie Payton-Noble) faces a possible layoff.
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The Winslows find themselves indebted to Steve (Jaleel White).
aired 4 days ago
The Winslows realize their true feelings for 3J when he runs away from his group home. With JoMarie Payton Noble and Reginald VelJohnson.
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Steve finds popularity among the technologically inclined at BIT; Laura makes a break and moves in with Myra.
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Eddie's (Darius McCrary) gambling debts earn him a visit from a tough guy (guest star Bubba Smith).
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Steve (Jaleel White) offers to drive Laura (Kellie Shanygne Williams) to a cheerleading competition in Cincinnati.
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Steve (Jaleel White) finds himself the object of romantic attention; Carl (Reginald VelJohnson) considers wearing a toupee.
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Laura wants to be friends until Steve takes her advice and becomes serious about his relationship with Myra.
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Steve worries that Myra will learn about his reputation as a nerd when he takes her to the high-school prom.
aired 6 days ago
Carl (Reginald VelJohnson) is not happy about his mother (Rosetta LeNoire) coming to live in his already crowded household. Guest stars: Mark Linn-Baker, Bronson Pinchot.
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Steve (Jaleel White) makes a date for Laura's friend Maxine (Cherie Johnson) with Waldo (Shawn Harrison); Richie (Bryton McClure) loses a baby tooth with Carl's (Reginald VelJohnson) help.
aired 6 days ago
Carl (Reginald VelJohnson) charges an egotistical celebrity (guest star Ron Glass) with assault after being pushed to the limit. With JoMarie Payton-France.
aired 6 days ago
Harriette (JoMarie Payton-France) gets jealous when Carl (Reginald VelJohnson) goes on a lengthy stakeout with a policewoman (guest star Olivia Brown). J.W. Smith also guest stars.
aired 9 days ago
Steve discovers a new love interest when Myra makes a pass at him; Eddie unknowingly buys a stolen car stereo.
aired 9 days ago
The family reception turns into a wild party when Mother Winslow (Rosetta LeNoire) marries Fletcher (Arnold Johnson). With Reginald VelJohnson, Jaleel White.

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