The Urkel-Bot was created by Kenny Myers who also worked on the Back to the Future trilogy and Star Wars V. The head was made out of fiberglass, his eyes and ears were controlled by RC motors, and a little person was actually in the costume helping move the arms and legs. According to the director of this episode, Richard Correll, the robot was a hit with the studio audience that attended the taping.
Mother Winslow is 80.
Carl: Isn't this the second time you've gone dancing with him this week?
Mother Winslow: So what?
Carl: It seems that you're spending a lot of time with Fletcher.
Mother Winslow: Carl, I am eighty years old, and he is eighty-three. We're spending so much time together because we don't have a lot of time left.
Mother Winslow: (coming in) Oh, I see the paper's not here yet.
Carl: Momma, it is 6:15 in the morning. Where have you been?
Mother Winslow: I was at Fletcher's.
Carl: Was he there, too?
Mother Winslow: And was he ever!
Mother Winslow: Carl, I'm your mother. You show me respect. I know you're stubborn as a mule, but you don't have to act like a jackass.
Laura: Steve, I want you to turn this thing [UrkelBot] into a go-cart.
Steve: Have you guys seen Laura?
Waldo: Sure you have. Pretty girl, dark hair… your sister for God's sake!
Eddie: I meant I haven't seen her today.
Waldo: Ohh… Cool.
(Steve is eating a frozen box of fish sticks)
Laura: Steve, you're supposed to cook those!
Steve: And lose that wonderful ocean taste?
The German episode title is "Maschine mit Gefühl", meaning "Machine with Feeling".
The title of this episode is a play off of Paul Verhoeven's 1987 movie, Robocop.