Family Matters

Season 2 Episode 3

Marriage 101

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Aired Unknown Sep 28, 1990 on ABC
9.1
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For a class project, Laura is "married" to Steve for a week. Meanwhile, Harriette complains that Carl and she haven't had a romantic date in a long time.

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  • Funny episode.

    8.0
    I do not think that this episode was great, but it was decent. I thought the best part of the episode came when Steve presented a ring to Laura and ended up getting rejected. It was funny watching Steve dance around in his apron. The best part was his speech before he left the house. It made Laura cry, which I thought was interesting. The episode was funny in most areas, but some of the time it was predictable. Overall, I must say that the episode managed to keep my interest and I found it to fairly entertaining. I liked most of it. Thank you.moreless
  • This episode is one of my favorite ones because it associates one of the last episodes in season 9.

    9.0
    In this episode, Laura and Steve get paired up as a married couple. This means trouble for Laura since she doesn't like Steve. For me this episode is a contradiction between one of the episodes in season 9. At the end of this episode, Laura's father, Carl Winslow says he bought the ring and the cassette from Steve, but in the 9th season, when Steve is proposing to Laura, he says that he kept the ring all these years and he plays the same tape he "sold" to Carl. This mistake can be fixed because they (the producers) said that Steve sold him another ring (that coincidentialy looked the same) and that he had another cassette of the same song. But overall, the episode was touching and a great performance from Steve Urkel







    "Loving you is like trying to touch a star. You know you'll never reach it, but you have to keep trying."moreless

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