The '90s were the best.
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The '90s were the best.
Key & Peele's latest hilarious sketch goes behind the scenes of 'Family Matters' to uncover the sinister dealings of Steve Urkel.
did I do that This week, With Leather's semi-weekly look at the best sports moments from not-sports television shows goes back to its 80s roots to chronicle the jet pack rope climbs, Bushwhacker tag team matches and Grandmama slam dunks of ABC's TGIF founding father 'Family Matters.
Best Friends Forever (NBC) -- The third of six episodes of this sitcom that will be canceled by the end of May.
Late last week, Jaleel White — that sounds weird.
I don't know if Ray William Johnson invented that YouTube "edit 3 times in the same sentence so I jump around the screen" thing, but I'm blaming it for him anyway.
Yesterday's day of updates included two major references to 80s/90s TGIF sitcom staple 'Family Matters': <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2012/02/important-news-dancing-with-the-stars-season-14-has-its-sports-guys" target="_blank">Jaleel 'Steve Urkel' White being announced as one of the celebrities for season 14 of Dancing With The Stars</a> and <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2012/02/nba-d-league-dunk-contest-about-a-billion-times-better-than-the-real-one" target="_blank">highlights of the NBA D-League slam dunk contest that featured a contestant dressed as Larry Johnson's 'Grandmama'</a> wherein I incorrectly identified Grandmama as someone who helped Eddie Winslow win a basketball game 20 years ago, when in actuality she helped URKEL win 20 years ago when Eddie bailed on him to be on a team with someone else.
Jaleel White, most well known for his role as Steve Urkel, plays Cee-Lo in the The Lady Killer's latest video.
I'm just gonna go out on a limb here and say that "Cry Baby" is probably the most uplifting breakup song in the history of breakup songs.
For this week's list, we sent Josh Kurp into the darkest realms of the Internet: fan fiction forums.
Score another one for local news: this report from CBS affiliate WREG-3 details how Memphis's Westside Middle School has implemented the "Urkel Initiative," in which students who wear their pants too low are punished by getting their pants hiked up to their navels and zip-tied in place.
This video, from TGIF staple "Family Matters," features two evil puppets dancing to a 90s hip hop beat.