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Desc:Which does not involve Urkel.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Arts
Tags:Family Matters, James Avery, Reginald VelJohnson
Submitted:Xenocide
Date:01/13/18
Views:738
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Comment count is 8
MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2018-01-13
OK, fine, yes.
yogarfield - 2018-01-13
I love it.
Rangoon - 2018-01-13
Big and sweet.
Marlon Brawndo - 2018-01-13
Will Smith turned out to be a good actor and all but I would way rather watch James Avery had been put in 30 different blockbusters. I miss him and was actually really sad when he died.

Also for some reason I thought Reginald (Carl Winslow) was also dead but he's still alive!
Marlon Brawndo - 2018-01-13
"and wish he had been put in" My grammar is really bad when I get excited about 90s television stars.

Xenocide - 2018-01-13
Reginald Veljohnson will never die. The man survived Nakatomi Plaza, he can handle anything.

Binro the Heretic - 2018-01-13
James Avery will always have a special place in my heart because he was in a very very 1980s sci-fi/horror movie called "Nightflyers." It was one of those cheesy movies my friends & I would rent from the corner video store if we couldn't get hold of any new releases. I must have seen it two dozen times.

It was based on a story by George R. R. Martin.

Yes, THAT George R. R. Martin.
blue vein steel - 2018-01-14
that was cute
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