Family Matters: the Complete Second Season
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Family Matters: the Complete Second Season

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Featuring all 25 episodes from the he second season of Family Matters, this hilariously heartwarming sitcom follows the Winslow family and their nerdy neighbor Steve Urkel, who continues to hold a candle for Laura Winslow. Though his determination to win Laura's heart knows no bounds, his methods have the tendency to go down in flames (literally).

Overview

Featuring all 25 episodes from the he second season of Family Matters, this hilariously heartwarming sitcom follows the Winslow family and their nerdy neighbor Steve Urkel, who continues to hold a candle for Laura Winslow. Though his determination to win Laura's heart knows no bounds, his methods have the tendency to go down in flames (literally).

Product Details

Release Date:
02/14/2012
UPC:
0883929230471
Rating:
NR
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Time:
9:41:00
Sales rank:
4,954

Scene Index

Disc #2 -- Family Matters: The Complete Second Season
1. Dedicated to the One I Love [2:16]
1. The Science Project [9:08]
1. Requiem for an Urkel [11:13]
1. Fast Eddie Winslow [:39]
1. Have Yourself a Very Winslow Christmas [:00]
1. Ice Station Winslow [2:34]
1. Son [8:46]
1. Do the Right Thing [11:16]
Disc #3 -- Family Matters: The Complete Second Season
1. Episode 17: High Hopes [2:39]
1. Episode 18: Life of the Party [13:04]
1. Episode 19: Busted [6:54]
1. Episode 20: Fight the Good Fight [:40]
1. Episode 21: Taking Credit [:00]
1. Episode 22: Finding the Words [3:04]
1. Episode 23: Skip to My Lieu [10:09]
1. Episode 24: The Good the Bad and the Urkel [8:46]
1. Episode 25: I Should Have Done Something [1:20]

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Family Matters: the Complete Second Season 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
From my perspective, this series originally started out as family-oriented, but the moment it introduced the Urkel character I lost all respect for this series. I personally find the Urkel character to be highly offensive and to be a representation of an insulting and hurtful stereotype of a young person. Given all the problems of bullying going on in our schools, to take what I feel is an insulting and hurtful stereotype and present this to impressionable young children as part of the TGIF children's program lineup in the 1990s, to this day it makes me wonder how any caring person could think that is appropriate?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this show! I'm praying they release all the seasons soon!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago