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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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Comment count is 13
Stopheles - 2007-10-09
Can't give a Boogaloo Shrimp clip less than five stars, but holy SHIT was this show bad.
Quad9Damage - 2007-10-09
It was halfway decent and acceptable until they decided to make Urkel the main character and have entire episodes built around his WAAAACKY inventions.

Cube - 2007-10-09
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 - 2007-10-09
If you think about it, this was the only logical step a show this bad could take.
zatojones - 2007-10-09
I dunno... Did they ever time travel or do a "body switching" episode?

EvilHomer - 2007-10-09

EvilHomer - 2007-10-09
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 - 2007-10-09
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.

Quad9Damage - 2007-10-10
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.

Jeriko-1 - 2007-11-03
And Urkel-O's cereal!

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2007-10-09
I know who's in that robot suit.


Meatsack Jones - 2007-10-09
On pure principle.
Camonk - 2007-10-10
And that's the story of how grandpa never worked in Hollywood again! All right, kids, time for bed!
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