It should've been called "The Fresh Prince of Brentwood."
"Did I do that?" — You, acing this super hard quiz.
There are a lot of sitcoms, guys.
Put on your Reebok Pumps and get ready to take a big trip down memory lane.
Clumsy and uncoordinated or smooth and calculated?
Their very last moment.
You can blame all those crappy direct-to-video Disney sequels on The Return of Jafar!
You'll never be able to look at these shows the same way.
Das ist doch nicht Steve Urkel, oder?
These were some of the biggest things two decades ago!
Because chillin' out maxin' relaxin' all cool never gets old.
There were more shows than just Full House and Family Matters.
You know you need to know.
"Whatever happened to predictability?"
Gotta get down on Friday.
♫ It's Friday night, and the mood is right. ♫
It's time to separate the Simpsons from the Huxtables.
CtW Investment Group said shareholders should withhold support for two directors, citing close ties to the company's controlling Greenberg family and troubling run-ins with financial regulators.
Friday nights are not what they use to be.
It's a rare condition, in this day and age, for TV shows to be this odd.
His look may have influenced hipsters and basketball players everywhere, but it was his confidence that helped shape your childhood self.
Grab your Beanie Babies and Pokemon cards.
Or it might actually make you love it more. Either way, once you hear this, you can't unhear it.
Always remember the 90s.
As days go by, Urkel will fill our house with happiness.
Kelly Kapowski, Winnie Cooper, and Topanga weren't the only TV characters we fell hard for in the '90s.
Time travel, robots, outer space, pirates, shrink rays, professional wrestlers...you know, the typical issues that every family faces. All descriptions from Wikipedia.
Plus Nick Offerman's new cartoon, a subway sax battle for the ages, and little kids trying to tell jokes.
Check out what's become of Chicago's original first family in the years since the show went off the air.
Because of course Steve Urkel had his own line of cereal.
In case you plan on staying home tonight instead.
BuzzFeeders got together and made a list of the 20 best TV shows of the '90s that never get enough credit for being great. Scour the internet and find these shows!
I'm totally buying this.
A group of Family Matters fanatics head to Chicago to see the home of the Winslows, where they approximate the house where Steve Urkel lived (he was a next-door neighbor, if you recall) and then hypothesize plot lines based on the remodeling of "Steve's house."
Imagine this sliding into your sliding into your kitchen everyday, Winslows.
Time hasn't been so kind to some of these guys.