Family Matters

Season 9 Episode 7

Stevil II: This Time He's Not Alone

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Aired Unknown Oct 31, 1997 on ABC
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Stevil II: This Time He's Not Alone
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Stevil, the evil ventriloquist dummy, is back to haunt Urkel, but now he's brought along a nightmarish sidekick, Carlsbad. Together Stevil and Carlsbad attempt to take over the souls of Urkel and Carl—wreaking havoc on the whole Winslow household.

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  • Halloween Review #30

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    Stevil, the evil ventriloquist dummy, is back to haunt Urkel, but now he's brought along a nightmarish sidekick, Carlsbad. Together Stevil and Carlsbad attempt to take over the souls of Urkel and Carl—wreaking havoc on the whole Winslow household. My final Halloween review for my weekend long Halloween Reviews Weekend which was from Saturday, October 29th, 2011-Monday, October 31st, 2011 (Halloween). My final Halloween review will be "Stevil II: This Time He's Not Alone". This episode and "Stevil" are my favorite Halloween episodes of "Family Matters". This episode is twice as more scary and creepy than "Family Matters". They really know how to handle horror storylines and it was very good. The fact that Stevil has a friend which is a ventriloquist dummy of Carl was awesome. I don't recommend younger kids watching this Halloween episode because it definitely is very scary and very dark. There were some funny parts but this was (of course) more of a scary and dark episode. Overall, this second and final Stevil (Halloween) episode of "Family Matters" was a success and I loved every moment of it and the fact that it's a horror episode makes me even better. 10/10moreless
  • Some stupid doll comes back with a sidekick to torture the Winslows in the outrageously horrible Chucky knock-off.

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    This episode is a perfect example of why I quit watching this show during the later seasons. It just got silly to the point of being stupid. I know its television and everything, but come one. Let's at least have a little bit of realism. I thought it was just ridiculous.

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • When Steve is watching TV, he says to himself "let's see what's on ABC." He immediately falls asleep and begins to dream, CBS' way of getting back at ABC for the episode "Life In The Fast Lane" when Steve and Laura fell to sleep watching CBS.

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Stevil: Now, stay still............... THIS IS GONNA HURT LIKE THE DICKENS!!

    • Steve: I had a dream Stevil came back, and now, he's after my soul!
      Carl: That would scare me.
      Steve: Really?
      Carl: Yeah, if I were five.

    • Laura: You got rid of him last year, didn't you?
      Steve: Yep, I took him, chopped him into a million pieces and flushed them down the toilet.
      Laura: Steve, there are three reasons why you shouldn't be scared of Stevil anymore. Number 1, he's not real, number 2, you flushed him, number 3, HE'S NOT REAL!

    • Steve: This episode is kind of scary, so you might want to watch it with someone brave.

    • Steve: Hey, Big Guy, want some Halloween candy? It's the last of the caramel-covered squid.
      Carl: No, thank you, Steve.

    • Steve: I'm not going to worry about that anymore. I had eight cups of Expresso, a six-pack of Jolt Cola, and a large bowl of Froot Loops with extra sugar. You don't sleep, you don't dream.

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • When the dummies chopped the door with an ax, this is just like the 1977 Stephen King novel, The Shining, where Jack Torrance terrorizes his family in a hotel, including trying to break down a bathroom door with an ax to get at his wife.

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