Family Matters

Season 8 Episode 24

A Pirate's Life for Me

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Aired Unknown May 09, 1997 on ABC
7.3
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A Pirate's Life for Me
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Another trip in the time machine lands Carl and Urkel on a pirate ship.

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  • Really silly.

    8.0
    This was a decent episode. The problem I have with this and other science fiction episodes is the unrealistic elements and storylines. I didn't care much for the time traveling back to a pirate ship plot. I found it very predictable and silly. It reminded me how completely different this kind of Family Matters is compared to the first 4 seasons. I did like the comedy, as it made up for some of the ridiculous bits. I also liked seeing everybody fight pirates, although I could have done without the last minute predictability. Overall, not bad, but not great either. Thank you.moreless
Kelly Perine

Kelly Perine

Petey

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Matt Landers

Matt Landers

Flint

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Peter Dennis

Peter Dennis

Capt. Hightower

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Cherie Johnson

Cherie Johnson

Maxine Johnson

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • (after Carl and the gang are all on the plank)
      Captain Hightower: Any last words before you meet your maker?
      Steve: Yeah. (presses the home button on Myra's time device) So long, suckers!
      Captain Hightower: That's a very strange choice of words.
      (they all disappear back to the present and the captain falls off the plank and into the sea; the shipmates cheer)

    • Steve: At the end of his hunger strike, I gave Gandhi a cookie.
      Eddie: What'd he say?
      Steve: Well, he said, "Oh, thank you very much! I am very hungry!"

    • Eddie: Steve combined his teleportation pad with his time machine so now he can travel anywhere in history.
      Harriette: Isn't that dangerous? I mean, for people in history.

  • NOTES (4)

    • The German episode title is "Captain Carl, der Dicke", meaning "Captain Carl, the Fat One".

    • This episode, the last episode to air on ABC, featured a special 3D scene, for which the network distributed glasses through a special promotional arrangement with Wendy's Restaurants.

    • Music: "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)" performed by Reginald VelJohnson, Kellie Shanygne Williams, Michelle Thomas, Jaleel White, and Cherie Johnson.

    • ABC canceled Family Matters (and TGIF companion Step by Step) at the end of the season. The series was picked for a final year by CBS. Rumors also circulated that Family Matters would be picked by The WB Television Network.

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