History Awesome / FamilyMatters

25th Apr '18 3:19:46 AM GunarmDyne
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1nCzgYgEs4 Eddie, Steve, and Laura get one in Season Three]]. Eddie, taking from an earlier routine that Harriette and Carl pull on him to confess to something, plays "Bad Cop, Good Cop" with Steve to get Ted to confess that he was spreading [[SlutShaming false rumors about Laura]]. First Eddie intimidates Ted into confessing in front of his friends and other students that there was only one kiss with both sets of eyes open. Before Eddie can expose Ted's "vital organs to daylight", Laura steps in and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech calls Ted out for this betrayal]].

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1nCzgYgEs4 Eddie, Steve, and Laura get one in Season Three]]. Eddie, taking from an earlier routine that Harriette and Carl pull on him to confess to something, plays "Bad Cop, Good Cop" with Steve to get Ted to confess that he was spreading [[SlutShaming false rumors about Laura]]. First Eddie intimidates Ted into confessing in front of his friends and other students that there was only one kiss with both sets of eyes open. Before Eddie can expose Ted's "vital organs to daylight", Laura steps in and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech calls Ted out for this betrayal]].betrayal]].
* Steve learns he has a natural talent for basketball and tries out for the team. Since no one would pass him the ball, he couldn't showcase his skills but the coach brought him on as equipment manager. Come the big game, most of the team is benched with injuries, Steve is finally put in to play and he and Eddie almost singlehandedly win the game.
** One for Eddie during that same game as he's the one who convinces the coach to put Steve into play by reminding the coach that his job is on the line if they lose.
* Steve saving Carl's life when the latter is electrocuted by taking charge, giving direction to Eddie and Laura, and providing first aid in an averted depiction of CleanPrettyReliable.
3rd Apr '18 6:49:18 PM nombretomado
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** What makes it rich is that Eddie starts stammering about who will give him [[{{Golddigger}} presents]]. She replies: [[GoneWithTheWind "Frankly My Dear...I don't give a damn" and walks off]].

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** What makes it rich is that Eddie starts stammering about who will give him [[{{Golddigger}} [[GoldDigger presents]]. She replies: [[GoneWithTheWind [[Film/GoneWithTheWind "Frankly My Dear...I don't give a damn" and walks off]].
13th Feb '18 4:02:41 PM GunarmDyne
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** After a extortionist rips Eddie and Waldo off, Carl is able to simply arrest the guy for serving alcohol to minors and turns every argument/excuse the guy uses against him. Followed up by him giving Eddie a [[DopeSlap smack on the back of the head]] when Eddie begins to swagger out, forgetting that the entire mess was his fault to begin with.

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** After a an extortionist rips Eddie and Waldo off, Carl is able to simply arrest the guy for serving alcohol to minors and turns every argument/excuse the guy uses against him. Followed up by him giving Eddie a [[DopeSlap smack on the back of the head]] when Eddie begins to swagger out, forgetting that the entire mess was his fault to begin with.
4th Oct '17 12:40:39 PM MikeW
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* The first time [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sud1fak_65Q Steve turns into Stefan.]] It's the first time Jaleel White has spoken on screen in anything ''but'' an Urkel voice and the audience is visibly stunned at hearing him sounding so different.
4th Oct '17 12:40:39 PM MikeW
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15th Jul '17 2:35:58 PM tyrekecorrea
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--->"You know, I really don't know how that badge stays on. Because it's pinned to slime."

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--->"You know, I really don't know how that badge stays on. Because on, because it's pinned to slime."
3rd Jul '17 5:02:29 PM Spotts1701
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--->"You know, I really don't know how that badge stays on, because it's pinned to slime."

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--->"You know, I really don't know how that badge stays on, because on. Because it's pinned to slime."
3rd Jul '17 5:01:25 PM Spotts1701
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* Carl's PapaWolf moment, where [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DRoTHnt5Fg&feature=youtu.be he tells off a racist cop that pulled Eddie over]].

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* Carl's PapaWolf moment, where [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DRoTHnt5Fg&feature=youtu.be he tells off a racist cop that pulled Eddie over]].over]] in "Good Cop, Bad Cop". He then has a heart-to-heart with the man's partner. He asks the younger officer why he joined the police force, given that it's such a dangerous job. The younger officer says he wanted to make a difference, "you know, good guys against the bad guys". Carl then points out the problem - his partner is one of the "bad guys".


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--->"You know, I really don't know how that badge stays on, because it's pinned to slime."
18th May '17 9:58:51 PM Gravidef
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** In "False Arrest," Buddy Goodrich, a [[VillainWithGoodPublicity giant jerk who's the star of a popular, family-friendly TV show]], assaults Carl after he tells Goodrich that he's parked his car in a handicapped spot. Carl arrests Goodrich, who quickly schemes to have his assistant lie about what really happened. But the star is desperate to cover up any possible bad press, so he heads to the Winslow home with tickets to his show (the entire family, save Carl, loves the program) and a fat bribe for Carl (in the guise of hiring him as a "technical consultant"). Carl says that "he can't shave with his eyes closed," and explains that if he ''did'' take the bribe, he wouldn't be able to face his children or fellow officers. He then kicks the arrogant star out of the house, to wild applause from both his family and the studio audience. And in the end, Goodrich ''is'' found guilty after all, which ruins his reputation.

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** In "False Arrest," Buddy Goodrich, a [[VillainWithGoodPublicity giant jerk who's the star of a popular, family-friendly TV show]], assaults Carl after he tells Goodrich that he's parked his car in a handicapped spot. Carl arrests Goodrich, who quickly schemes to have his assistant lie about what really happened. But the star is desperate to cover up any possible bad press, so he heads to the Winslow home with tickets to his show (the entire family, save Carl, loves the program) and a fat bribe for Carl (in the guise of hiring him as a "technical consultant"). Carl says that "he "I can't shave with his my eyes closed," and explains that if he ''did'' take the bribe, he wouldn't be able to face his children or children, fellow officers.officers, or himself. He then kicks the arrogant star out of the house, to wild applause from both his family and the studio audience. And in the end, Goodrich ''is'' found guilty after all, which ruins his reputation.
18th May '17 9:57:23 PM Gravidef
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** In "False Arrest," Buddy Goodrich, a [[VillainWithGoodPublicity giant jerk who's the star of a popular, family-friendly TV show]] assaults Carl after he tells Goodrich that he's parked his car in a handicapped spot. Carl arrests Goodrich, who quickly schemes to have his assistant lie about what really happened. But the star is desperate to cover up any possible bad press, so he heads to the Winslow home with tickets to his show (the entire family, save Carl, loves the program) and a fat bribe for Carl (in the guise of hiring him as a "technical consultant"). Carl says that "he can't shave with his eyes closed," and explains that if he ''did'' take the bribe, he wouldn't be able to face his children or fellow officers. He then kicks the arrogant star out of the house, to wild applause from both his family and the studio audience. And in the end, Goodrich ''is'' found guilty after all, which ruins his reputation.

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** In "False Arrest," Buddy Goodrich, a [[VillainWithGoodPublicity giant jerk who's the star of a popular, family-friendly TV show]] show]], assaults Carl after he tells Goodrich that he's parked his car in a handicapped spot. Carl arrests Goodrich, who quickly schemes to have his assistant lie about what really happened. But the star is desperate to cover up any possible bad press, so he heads to the Winslow home with tickets to his show (the entire family, save Carl, loves the program) and a fat bribe for Carl (in the guise of hiring him as a "technical consultant"). Carl says that "he can't shave with his eyes closed," and explains that if he ''did'' take the bribe, he wouldn't be able to face his children or fellow officers. He then kicks the arrogant star out of the house, to wild applause from both his family and the studio audience. And in the end, Goodrich ''is'' found guilty after all, which ruins his reputation.
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