After Jurnee expresses her fondness for schoolmate Kevin and he retaliates by shoving her on the school playground, amateur psychologist Hilton explains his theory of how "playground scarring" can affect a woman for life. According to Hilton, when women are unable to trust, unable to commit, their problems can always be traced back to a bad playground experience when they were deeply humiliated by a boy they liked. To this day, Ruth has problems with trust because of a certain Kenneth P. Watson, who purposely teetered when he should have tottered, requiring a young Ruth to get stitches. When it comes to Jurnee, however, Hilton is determined not to have history repeat itself.moreless
Urkel plays bumbling, hard-boiled gumshoe Johnny Danger in a 1940s film noir spoof with Laura as a sultry client who needs protection for her aunt Rachel, a singer and supper-club owner marked for murder.moreless
It's hasta la vista to the criminal element and "hello, Urkelbot" after Urkel revives his robot for law-enforcement use in solving a rash of convenience store robberies on Carl's beat; meanwhile new shampoo changes the women.moreless
Urkel's stay at the Winslows brings chaos when he swallows a fish that Carl was "fish-sitting", urges Richie to fight a preschool bully, and drives away Laura's study mate, Mark (if that's his real name).moreless
When squeaky-clean Laura enters the race for student-council president, snooty rival Cassie Lynn vows to gather dirt on her. Meanwhile, neighbors elect Harriette Neighborhood Watch leader, and Carl is down in the dumps about it.moreless
Mother Winslow regales Eddie's classmates with tales of her late fighter-pilot husband and of World War II's Tuskegee Airmen. Urkel's prison pen-pel shows up, not aware the picture he provided her is of Carl.moreless
Steve schemes to take the reluctant Laura to a hot-ticket concert; Carl takes out his frustrations on the family, unable to shake the memory of a shooting he feels he could have prevented in the aftermath of a hostage case.moreless
When Eddie cracks up the family car, Steve suggests raising repair money at an illegal gambling hangout. Meanwhile, Carl accidentally dumps Harriette and Rachel's great aunt's cremains into a trash can with fireplace log ashes.
Alone and fending for himself during the holidays, Steve shatters Laura's old fashioned Christmas ornament along with holiday visiting privileges at the Winslows'. Meanwhile, Carl does battle with other shoppers as he searches for a scarce teddy bear for Richie.moreless
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