Waldo takes tap dancing lessons to improve his agility, and hopefully his basketball game, too. Elsewhere, getting accepted to Harvard means the world to Laura, until she learns her parents can't pay the tuition.
Teamwork and the transformation chamber give Carl and Urkel an advantage in fighting off gang members looking to ransack the police warehouse. Meanwhile, Harriette's upset when Laura gets a nose ring without telling her.
Carl becomes enamored with his new car. He also backpedals on his refusal to teach Urkel to ride a bike when it seems that the clumsy kid might wreck his new car. Laura brushes off Maxine's wish to become a hairdresser as foolhardy.
Carl's bah-humbug attitude toward Urkel's rooftop Christmas decorations changes once he learns that winning a decorating contest could bring the Winslows a sackful of holiday cheer. Meanwhile, Harriette is saddened because Laura and Eddie seem to be too busy to participate in family Christmas activities.
Steve is put in charge of building the school's homecoming parade float—then promptly crashes it. Meanwhile, Mother Winslow sustains a series of minor injuries in her strenuous hobbies, including karate and square dancing, making Carl worry she's pushing herself too hard.
Laura and Myra's friendship turns stormy as they compete for the same sales job at Ferguson's; a rainstorm renders Urkel a "human lightning rod" and he refuses to go outside after being struck by lightning three times.
Waldo convinces Steve, Myra, and Laura to appear on a talk show to discuss unfulfilling romances. Everyone is surprised when Myrtle comes on and talks about her unrequited love for Eddie. Meanwhile, Harriette tries to inspire passion in a reluctant Carl.
When Steve becomes substitute teacher, he transforms to Stefan to get some respect and revenge. Meanwhile, Harriette berates Carl for not helping with the housework, so he hires a sexy maid, much to her consternation.
While they both get ready to take a shower, Steve and Laura accidentally see each other naked in the bathroom—a traumatic experience for both of them. Meanwhile, Carl's neighbor asks him to hold onto an expensive diamond bracelet because Larry's wife is a snoop, but Harriette finding it complicates matters.
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