Family Matters

Season 4 Episode 8

An Officer and a Waldo

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Aired Unknown Nov 06, 1992 on ABC
8.0
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An Officer and a Waldo
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Eddie's insult sends Waldo off to join the Army; Harriette and Carl attempt to catch a shady repairman.

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  • Okay episode.

    7.0
    I am not one to think that Waldo should be the focal point of any episode. I don't think he is that funny to start with. But this episode was just okay in terms of comedy. Eddie insulted Waldo and he went off to join the army. In turns out that Steve and Eddie went to go get Waldo and bring him back. The thing is at the end, it is revealed that Waldo never officially joined the army. He just followed the line at the end. Overall, an okay episode, but not one of the better ones. Just about average. Thank you.moreless

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Sergeant: My name is Sergeant Robert Shishka.
      Urkel: Hey! Your name backwards would be Shishka Bob.

    • Sergeant: Give me 50 push-ups!
      Steve: 1... 2... 3... aoooo (collapses)
      Sergeant: (to the soldiers) Prepare for a 20 mile hike. Thank Urkel. He's the weakest soldier in America.
      Steve: (to Waldo) Oh, yeah, he hasn't met my Dad.

    • Sergeant: Stand up straight! During the next six weeks...
      Steve: Ooooooooh
      Sergeant: During the next six weeks...
      Steve: Ooooooooh
      Sergeant: During the next six weeks...
      Steve: Ooooooooh
      Sergeant: During the next six weeks...
      Steve: Ooooooooh
      Sergeant: Stop!
      Steve: Well, I have to breathe. Excuse me for being a mammal!

    • Harriette: Carl, fixing things is a habit; it takes talent.
      Carl: I fixed the dryer, and it worked perfectly fine.
      Harriette: Yeah, and then it exploded. Your mother was beamed by the lint trap.

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