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Family Matters

Season 4 Episode 22

Hot Stuff

Aired Unknown Apr 30, 1993 on ABC
out of 10
User Rating
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Episode Summary

Myra enlists Laura's help in snaring "hot stuff" Urkel; and Eddie asks Carl a lot of questions after buying a hot car stereo.

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  • Good episode.

    I liked this episode for a few reasons. For one, Myra was in it. Another reason, it was funny and also well written. Eddie found a way to get a car stereo, so he told someone to get it for him for cheap. He didn't know it was stolen, but he told Carl and he said he had to take it back to the police. Myra wanted Laura's help in getting Steve. So, they teamed up and Myra won over Urkel. Overall, a good episode with some funny moments and some entertaining parts here and there. I found it well worth while. Thank you.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • When Eddie discovers his car seems to be missing, he goes to open the garage door. A crew member can briefly be seen on the right of the screen, wearing a white shirt and khaki pants.

    • In the scene which Myra and Steve are playing accordions, at one point you can hear the tape starting off camera.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Carl: That's the funny thing about stolen property—you never think about the victim until you become it.

    • Carl: Your car's not stolen, it's down at the precinct. They're removing the stolen stereo.
      Eddie: Oh, man.
      Carl: Had you scared for a minute, eh?
      Eddie: Wore, I felt helpless, angry, and confused all at the same time.
      Carl: Now that's funny, I'll bet you that's exactly how the owner of that stereo felt when it was stolen.

    • Carl: Something the matter, Eddie?
      Eddie: My car's been stolen!
      Carl: Are you sure?
      Eddie: Yes! We parked it here just ten minutes ago.
      Carl: Gee, it happened that fast. That's too bad.
      Weasel: I'll say it is, I left my hat in the car.

  • NOTES (2)