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Desc:Steve and Laura encounter racism at school.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:racism, Family Matters, urkel, return from whence you came, black history
Submitted:The Huggable Universe
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Comment count is 19
Rape Van Winkle - 2010-10-27
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-10-27
Fuck Urkel, Waldo should have been the focus of this show.

RomancingTrain - 2010-10-27
at :31 there are a couple of audience members who thought they were supposed to laugh there.
Old_Zircon - 2010-10-27
That makes this 5 stars. Good ear!

standard8mm - 2010-10-27
I wish I had cheesy music accompanying dark moments... Plus, I feel bad for laughing.
chumbucket - 2010-10-27
I want that music to play every time my boss asks me to do something

The Huggable Universe - 2010-10-27
I can't get over how much this reminds me of that one episode of Strangers With Candy. That racism episode gets the nod, because this one probably doesn't have Principal Blackman dressed like a squirrel.
Vestigial Johnson - 2010-10-27

BHWW - 2010-10-27
It's always so awkward when the people behind doofy sitcoms decide to tackle serious subjects.
Quad9Damage - 2010-10-27
That is a pretty bold thing to do on TBS.
MongoMcMichael - 2010-10-27
Giving Jaleel White a sitcom is a pretty bold thing to do on any network.

Jet Bin Fever - 2010-10-27
The locker reveal was pretty awesome, but I can't help but remember the Strangers With Candy episode where Jerri tagged the wall and Principal Blackman called in Tim Meadows... so I laughed.
K. Brass - 2010-10-27
Laura spray painted the word "nigger" on her own locker to bring attention to her self-serving campaign to start a black history class. Urkel is her bright but naive and easily manipulated pawn in it all who doesn't need to fill out a college application with a huge number of extracurricular activities.
Yellow Lantern - 2010-10-27
This is the last paragraph of the plot synopsis for this episode on IMDB:

Meanwhile, Carl has ignored his family's recommendation to save them the trouble by opening up his wallet and buying another vacuum cleaner. He attempts to fix the old vacuum cleaner himself since it's cheaper and hadn't have too much success
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-10-27
I think the letter was a sincere, if not badly-worded, recommendation to learn more about black history by visiting Africa. The racial slur spraypainted on the locker was just a terrible coincidence.
Oscar Wildcat - 2010-10-27
Indeed; in the next scene we see Urkel standing in the veldt in South Africa screaming "Kunta Kinte, I have found you!"

Xenocide - 2010-10-27
Meanwhile, Paul Reggin, Laura's dyslexic secret crush, slapped his forehead and mumbled "not again!"

Bort - 2012-08-07
It was really a very special episode about dyslexia: low self-esteem because of dyslexia drove a kid to start picking on gingers, but not only couldn't he find the right locker, he couldn't spell it right either.

Kids with dyslexia can be a handful but they need our patience.

memedumpster - 2010-10-27
... and not a single other black student heard or saw any of that.
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