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Family Matters: The Complete Third Season (3pc) [DVD] [Region 1] [NTSC] [US Import]


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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Season 3: It Only Gets Better 2 April 2012
By David Adams III - Published on

Season 3 of Family Matters only further continues to outshine most, if not all, other family shows. The cast continues to excel at bringing the comedy, fun and very tasteful plot lines in each and every episode. The relationships continue to grow between Steve and the Winslows.

Episode 1 - Boom: In this episode, Carl has to deal with a potentially explosive situation and Steve gets a new friend.
Episode 2 - Brain Over Brawn: In this episode, Steve demonstrates that muscle and physical strength aren't all that matters - and in a very moving heart to heart, we get that glimpse of the growing friendship between Steve and Laura.
Episode 3 - The Show Must Go On: When Laura is cast as Juliet for a school play and her fellow castmember playing Romeo falls ill, the part falls to.. who other than Steve Urkel? In what all fans have waited to see, Steve finally gets something he's waited, according to him, 'forever' for.
Episode 4 - Words Hurt: In this episode, we're made to finally see that even Steve is hurt by words - this episode touches on the importance of words and how they can hurt others.
Episode 5 - Daddy's Little Girl: In this episode, Laura meets Carl's new partner - and tries to grow up too quickly.
Episode 6 - Citizen's Court: In this episode, Carl and Steve's friendship is put to the test when Steve takes Carl to court.
Episode 7 - Robo-Nerd: Steve gets too inventive and creates a Robotic Steve, wired with all the same personality traits and feelings of the genuine article. This ends up being a problem when Laura is brought into the mix.
Episode 8 - Making The Team: In this episode, Steve desperately tries out for the basketball team, only to be told he's not good enough. Surprisingly, Laura is told the same thing when she joins the cheerleading squad. In what's surely a defining moment for both, they stand up for themselves and each other.
Episode 9 - Born To Be Mild: In this episode, a new gang destroy's Rachel's place and gets violent towards the Winslows.
Episode 10 - The Love God: Carl goes undercover as a street girl and Steve tutors a fellow classmate. Steve also shows his character when he goes beyond tutoring her and helps her to better herself.
Episode 11 - Old And Alone: Laura gets upset at Steve for interfering in her love life and tells Steve to leave for good.
Episode 12 - A Pair Of Ladies: In this episode, Harriet decides to help out at Rachel's place and Steve joins a poker game with Carl and his officer buddies.
Episode 13 - Choir Trouble: Rachel gets promoted to being Choir Director, but lets the position go to her head, causing the entire choir to walk out on her.
Episode 14 - A Test Of Friendship: The Winslow House is completely robbed - while Carl sleeps through the robbery; Eddie asks Steve to help him cheat on a test but when Steve gets caught, it puts their friendship to the test.
Episode 15 - Jailhouse Blues: Their cousin Clarence comes to stay with Laura and Eddie - but it isn't all good. Clarent winds up getting Eddie and Steve arrested.
Episode 16 - Brown Bombshell: Steve has to confess to Carl that he has misled a female convict into thinking Carl has fallen for her and Grandmother Winslow tries to teach her grandchildren about their family history. This episode is particular touching and memorable for it's emphasis on the Tuskegee Airmen from World War 2.
Episode 17 - Food, Lies & Videotape: Steve, Laura and Waldo take Home Ec - with surprising results. Richie learns a lesson about telling the truth.
Episode 18 - My Broken-Hearted Valentine: A very, very good episode - When Laura dates Daniel Wallace, he tries to pressure her into having sex but in a outstanding display of character and value, Laura stands up for herself.
Episode 19 - Woman Of The People: Laura decides to run for Class President against Cassy Lyn, leading to a clash of dirty politics.
Episode 20 - Love And Kisses: Harriet and Carl take an anniversary trip - which looks to be a disaster when they wind up in a hotel room that only has three walls. Steve scores a private concert with Johnny Gil for Laura.
Episode 21 - Stop In The Name Of Love: - In an effort to boost Waldo's self-confidence, Laura goes on a date with him; Estelle crashs into Carl's boss' car, leading him to crack on Estelle's driving constantly.
Episode 22 - The Urkel Who Came To Dinner: - When Steve's parents go on a second honeymoon, the Winslows invite Steve to stay with them.
Episode 23 - Robo-Nerd II: Steve finally reprograms Robo-Nerd to be a robotic police officer. Laura convinces the women of the Winslow household to try out new hair producsts with undesired results.
Episode 24 - Dudes: Eddie, Laura and Waldo go on the show 'Dudes' to try to get new dates but it winds up being a fiasco.
Episode 25 - Farewall, My Laura: Laura and Rachel read a short story Steve submitted to a writing contest.

5 Stars the whole way for this Season.
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Release them!!!! 7 Oct 2012
By DD - Published on
Please!!! Release all of the Family Matters seasons soon! I hate how it takes forever for the good wholesome family shows to be released and all stupid shows get released quickly. I don't know why they take forever to release them. It is not like they lose any money. People will buy it because we are now the consumers, those who watched the show growing up. Come on release it already!!
17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Release it already!!!! 15 Sep 2012
By M. Mack - Published on
I swear they take forever to release this always when it just starts to get better. They release a bunch of crap of these newer DVD seasons of all these shows that are never positive, but it seems positive shows these days they don't release the rest of the series they always stop half way. This show is awesome I loved it in the 90s and still do classic!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Family Matters 23 Jan 2013
By fuzzybear2930 - Published on
Why does it take so long. To gt this show released. Its a GREAT FAMILY SHOW and its a shame that all the great shows take forever to come out if they come out at all and all the stupid shows come out one after the other. Its really a BIG BIG SHAME!!!!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Show was fantastic is later seasons when they grew up! 24 Feb 2013
By Kris_Oct31 - Published on
So glad for season 3 release and I hope they continue to release the rest of the seasons. This is a show that pretty much didn't take off till the Winslow kids and more importantly Urkel, or Stefan if you prefer, grew up! The first season while funny and all just didn't have the same impact at all as the later seasons. Getting to see Steve as Stefan sweep Laura off her feet was awesome! I loved the heated triangle with Steve, Laura and Myra! I miss these episodes so much and just want to see them again and own them as well! The first couple seasons are the LAST I would want to own.
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