Family Matters

Season 2 Episode 15

Son

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Aired Unknown Jan 11, 1991 on ABC
8.8
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After an escalating spat with his father, grounded Eddie escapes from the house to keep a date, and Harriette must mediate a father-son feud when Carl gets tired of Eddie's attitude and Eddie threatens to move out.

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  • Decent episode.

    8.0
    It was an episode that lacked much comedy. But I guess that was okay considering the fact that it had a decent message that took its place. Eddie and Carl had a fight and neither one was going to give in. It was all over a stupid screwdriver. I thought that was really a dumb thing to fight over and get so upset about. Harriet stopped the thing from going any farther and prevented Eddie from moving out and Carl from letting it happen. It had decent writing, decent acting, and a good message. I thought that it was a great change. Thank you.moreless
  • An episode with discussion between father and son

    10
    I really enjoy very much this episode, Carl grounds Eddie but he scapes, he wants to go to that concert with his girlfriend Jolene but he has a discussion with his father. He loses his father's screwdriver that he needs it for building Richie's house. After Harriet mediates the fight between Eddie and Carl and at the end Eddie decides to stay that he wanted to go out of home.

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    • Carl: Okay, you read the instructions while I add all the pieces.
      Steve: (reading) "Mongu! Chico! Mondo do du chok! Wa chee! Chocum hi chip chok!"
      Carl: What are you babbling about?
      Steve: This page is in Korean. They misspelled three words.
      Carl: You can read Korean?
      Steve: Why, sure! It's a beautiful language. I'll teach you. We'll start with a common Korean phrase: 'No mo giet itsu mana! Mont gio sam eea!'
      Carl: Well, what's that mean?
      Steve: 'I've fallen and I can't get up!'

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