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Loved this Christmas episode. Brings that rare and wonderful cozy feeling you look for in the best Christmas themed viewing.
Family Matters: Car Wars (1993)
Yes, use the same sort of sexism (girls being seen differently) to your advantage to win in the end. What a great lesson! The hypocrisy knows no bounds. Just a small window into the clusterbomb that today's sjw culture has mutated into.
Family Matters: Grandmama (1993)
Love the soul and feel of this episode. Great to see scenes of the "neighborhood" like in the basketball tournament. The music is fantastic and period appropriate, but still holds up and is enjoyable today.
Family Matters: Best Friends (1993)
It's crazy to see how fast these kids are growing up. Within the span of a few seasons we've seen the characters go from tots to teens, with all the requisite character-building that goes along with it. Laura displays some neat acting chops here with believable emotion, and Eddie has some great moments with Carl and Waldo.
Nothing special in this episode, but nothing terrible, either.
Carl had a nice moment with his son, Harriette had a nice moment with her daughter, and we've spent another day with an insight into the lives of the Winslow's.
Although I'm a grown man, I turned into a giddy schoolboy when the scene with Steve and Myra came up in her backyard. Still don't think that it fits at all with Steve's supposedly "noble" character, him stringing Myra along.
But what the hell! Glad Steve and Myra had some teenage fun.
Family Matters: Hell Toupee (1993)
I'm kind of getting tired of seeing Steve get stuck between these two bickering girls (and it has only just started!). It doesn't make any sense (as much as I would like to see Steve end up with Myra) for Steve to be acting like this and hanging with Myra while he claims to still love Laura. It's just not within his character. Disappointing and childish episode. The only reason I gave it a 6 was because of the moments with Carl trying out new hairdos.
It's a bit disappointing and unrealistic that after all that Steve and Carl have been through together, Carl would still be passing judgments like this on Steve. Either keep him out or learn to live with him. It's really just an excuse for the writers to put another gag with Steve breaking everything in sight again.
Sad to see they couldn't come up with some character development between these two after all these seasons. Maybe have Carl be faster to stop Steve from messing something up, but to no avail when he gets distracted?
Family Matters: Hot Stuff (1993)
That tension during the accordion scene could be cut with a knife! Steve finally has someone who cares about him like he cares for Laura! Also, a great side story with Eddie and his father, with an important lesson learned. Great episode!
Go Steve! (not for appearing out of Laura's luggage, which was creepy) for going out of his way to protect his love, even threatening his perceived position with her for once to do so. I'm also very proud of Laura learning her lesson in the end. Not everyone in the world should lower their standards due to the failings of others.
What the hell is up with these reviews? Were these people on drugs, or just bombing this episode's ratings for meme purposes?
Anyway, here's an actual reasonable review.
Culture Shock didn't make too much sense, but it was fun to see the characters showing other sides of themselves (especially squidward, who's always shut off from the world). F.U.N. was a really interesting episode where you get to see a more serious take on Plankton and his motives. Too bad for the ending making him out to be some sort of sociopath; it would have been interesting to see some character progression for him here, even if for just one whole episode.
Family Matters: Muskrat Love (1993)
Nice episode, but it was really disappointing to see Steve and Maxine standing there alone at the end. It would have been really cool to see the start of a romance between them in this episode. Steve might have been letting his true love go unnoticed right in front of his eyes (next to Laura). I dunno. Just a thought of what could have been.
Excellent Christmas episode that's not only hilarious (especially with Laura's new demeanor) but heartwarming as well. Nice to see her and Steve have such nice tender moments together.
Normally, I can take or leave Little Richie. I feel he doesn't add much to the show. But that exchange between him and Eddie at the end was way too wholesome to pass up. It brought the episode up a star for me.
Family Matters: Rumor Has It (1992)
Never really considered how heavy of an impact a rumor like this might have to a girl Laura's age. I appreciate the brotherly love Eddie showed in this episode. You don't get to see that side of him too often. I would have given the episode a seven but dropped it down a point due to the disappointment that Laura once again falls for the smooth talker over someone who genuinely cares about her. It makes her look really shallow, and frankly, she's smarter than that.
Sometimes comedy is used to its best effect when brought out to alleviate the very real moments of sadness in life. There is a great symbiosis between serious and silly in this episode.
If there's any reason you should watch this episode, it's for the charming ending. Must watch!
Gotta love Steve's antics in this period piece. The musical cues and over-the-top cliches are just the icing on the cake.
Family Matters: Dudes (1992)
If it weren't for the ending moments between Steve and Laura, and the nice final scene, I would've given this one a four. Okay episode.
Family Matters: Robo-Nerd II (1992)
Very funny episode. The bald part was very unexpected and refreshing. As a person of Indian descent myself, I had no problem with Carl imitating a convenience store employee. Very amusing! People need to stop getting upset over every little thing like they do these days.
Good to see Waldo getting some more screen time. Very like-able character.
Family Matters: Love and Kisses (1992)
Nice heartwarming scene between Carl and Harriette, and an awesome ending as well!
Family Matters: Brown Bombshell (1992)
I didn't really enjoy the part with Steve and the Con too much, but the ending delivers a really nice, touching, and important message.
Family Matters: Jailhouse Blues (1992)
Just okay episode that falls flat for me mainly due to the undeserved and unwelcome focus on the egotistical character of the cousin.
A great episode that furthers the slowly budding friendship between Steve and Eddie.