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Season 3, Episode 25 Meet the Alter Ego. First Aired: January 20, Brown takes a hit to the noggin, resulting in a bizarre personality shift. This episode marks the first appearance of Stefan Urquelle (Played by Jaleel Urkel tells her that his cool alter-ego just needs to be renovated and be more. Stefan Urquelle is an alter-ego character of Steve Urkel from the network of During the fifth season episode "Dr. Urkel and Mr. Cool," Urkel devised the ultimate Also in this instance, Stefan finally met his creator Steve who was surprised at.
Phil poses as Clive Bixby, a visiting businessman and Claire as Julianna, a local housewife. The two meet at a bar and he "picks her up", she goes to the bathroom and comes back wearing her coat with no clothes underneath.
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As they prepare to go upstairs her coat - which she cannot take off - becomes stuck in the escalator. The situation turns worse when several acquaintances from work and school turn up, all of whom suggest that she take the coat off.
Mitchell Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Cameron Eric Stonestreet break their Valentine date, because Mitchell has a case that he has been working on for weeks. When his client decides to settle before Mitchell had the chance at giving one of his best speeches, he comes back home with no Valentine's spirit. That seems to lift Mitchell a bit but it soon goes south when they see that Manny is terribly depressed because he wrote a Valentine for a girl, but someone else took the credit.
They go to the restaurant where Manny had arranged for his date and confronts her about the true authorship of the poem. The captain also recommends that all personnel go to the upcoming luau, which Tuvok misinterprets to be an order. Tom Paris happens to be standing outside the doors and remarks that the chief engineer looks "smashing".
She tells Paris to accompany her to get Vorikknowing how "Vulcan" he gets when anybody is late.
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Paris tells her that he thought they were going to get Kim. However, Torres informs the helmsman that the operations officer will not be joining them at the luau this evening. Paris tells her that he and Kim will be joining her and Vorik at the luau. Torres tells Paris that he seems to be very confident in his powers of persuasion and he replies in the affirmative.
Paris arrives at Kim's quarters and observes the drab clothing he is dressed in, telling the ensign that he looks like he is ready to go to a funeralnot a luau. Kim tells Paris that he is practicing Vulcan meditation to suppress his emotions.
He tells a shocked Kim that he knows about his attraction to the holodeck character, since he has not been able to hide it well. He assures him that this happens to everyone once in a while and he should not be hiding out in his quarters. Kim denies it and Paris decides to leave him alone. Just before Paris leaves, Kim changes his mind and decides to go.
In the following episode "Crazier For You," Steve has learned that Myra was spying on him and confronted her about it. He orders her to stop stalking him and renounce her love for him because he will never take her back and reaffirms his love for Laura. She refused and got Laura falsely arrested for stealing her watch.
However, Steve was able to drop the charges when he exposed Myra for stalking him with illegal spy gear and the police pursued criminal charges against her. When she learned of his engagement to Laura, she continued to carry the torch even when he went into space.
Cultural impact[ edit ] InWestside Middle School in MemphisTennessee outlined its dress code policy on sagging pants, asking students to pull them up or get "Urkeled", a reference to the character.
In this practice, teachers would forcibly pull students' pants up and attach them to their waist using zip ties. Students would also have their photo taken and posted on a board in the hallway, for all of their classmates to view. Prior to Steve Urkel's introduction, the show was on the brink of cancellation due to mediocre ratings.
After Urkel was introduced, several scripts had to be hastily rewritten to accommodate the character, while several first-season episodes that had been completed had new opening gag sequences filmed featuring Steve trying to push open the Winslows' front door while the family holds it shut.
The addition of Steve immediately helped the show boost its modest ratings.
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White was credited as a guest star in the first season and became a regular member of the cast in season two. It was based around the character of Steve Urkel and essentially incorporated movements which made the dancer's posture more like his. The lyrics instructed the dancer how to pose: The dance was popular enough to appear on another show, Step by Stepwhen the Steve Urkel character appeared in a crossover in the season one episode "The Dance".
A T-shirt was also produced featuring lyrics and Urkel's likeness. Appearances on other shows[ edit ] Full House — In the episode, "Stephanie Gets Framed", Steve is called in to help Stephanie Tanner Jodie Sweetin deal with her anxieties after she has to get glasses. He was cousin to a friend of D. He also jams with Uncle Jesse and gives Michelle a penny for her piggy bank, telling her that "with prevailing interest rates, that penny will be worth three cents by the turn of the century".
Incidentally, Family Matters did not air on the night of the episode's original airdate January 25, It is implied that he found himself in San Francisco in the Full House universe before paying a visit to the Lambert household from Step by Step. He then helps his science-fair pen pal, Mark Foster Christopher Castileand lifts Alicia "Al" Lambert Christine Lakin 's spirits after her potential date dumps her just before a school dance.
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White reprises his "Do the Urkel" dance in the scene where Al gives the boy that dumped her his comeuppance. White also makes a brief two-second cameo as Steve in the episode "A Star Is Born", snapping a clapperboard on the set of the movie that Al was cast in over her two sisters. Additionally, in the Family Matters episode "Beauty and the Beast," Steve sends a chain letter to his friend Cory Matthewswho lived in Philadelphia.