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Desc:Starring Michael 'Boogaloo Shrimp' Chambers as the Urkelbot
Category:Accidents & Explosions, Classic TV Clips
Tags:breakin, electric boogaloo, Turbo, urkel, urkelbot
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Can't give a Boogaloo Shrimp clip less than five stars, but holy SHIT was this show bad.
It was halfway decent and acceptable until they decided to make Urkel the main character and have entire episodes built around his WAAAACKY inventions.

Shrimp needs to connect his Urkles straight into the audio and video input connectors, not after he's shot them off a TV with a camcorder.
Caminante Nocturno
If you think about it, this was the only logical step a show this bad could take.
I dunno... Did they ever time travel or do a "body switching" episode?


There was also about a dozen episodes featuring Urkel's "transformation chamber", which apparently turned people into different family members, suave lady's men, and Bruce Lee.

doc duodenum
I just don't understand how they can go from a sitcom about an African-American family to science-fiction. It's like the gradual acceptance of fascism.

As far as I know, this is what happened: It started out as a sitcom about middle-class working African Americans, perhaps as a response/alternative to shows about rich blacks like "The Jeffersons" and "The Cosby Show". Then they brought in Jaleel White for a single episode, 'hilarity' ensued, and audiences demanded more Urkel. Suddenly the rest of the series revolved around him and you could buy a talking Urkel doll with a ripcord. The end.

And Urkel-O's cereal!

Scrotum H. Vainglorious
I know who's in that robot suit.


Meatsack Jones
On pure principle.
And that's the story of how grandpa never worked in Hollywood again! All right, kids, time for bed!
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