Jaleel White Reveals The 'Family Matters' Episode That Made Him Cry After Filming

We all remember watching Family Matters each and every week with our families, laughing at the outrageous nonsense that our good buddy Steve Urkel would get into. Each time he said that catch phrase "did I do that?" we'd laugh as if it were the first time we heard it. ABCHowever, behind the scenes it was a different story for the young star. Jaleel White played the suspenders-clad Urkel for years, appearing in 204 episodes total, but it wasn't always fun for him. He admitted that there were times where the work was hard on him, especially when it came


His Catchphrase Is Still Stuck In Our Heads, But Happened To The Man Behind Steve Urkel?

"Did I do that?" It's a question that immediately spawns a hundred memories of episodes and moments of Steve Urkel doing his thing. It didn't seem to ever turn out great, but for some reason he never gave up, not for any of the nine seasons. Jaleel White played the iconic and epic character of Steve Urkel for nine seasons and he completely took over the show. He didn't actually appear until the fourth episode, but as soon as he did, he managed to completely change the whole plot. Warner Bros.White was only 12 years old when he was


Almost 20 Years After They Left TV, What Happened To The Winslows?

We all loved watching Urkel upset the Winslow family with his wacky antics, but did you know the show was a spin-off of Perfect Strangers?Family Matters left the airwaves in 1998, and since then the cast have been keeping busy. Let's see what they've been up to through the years:1. Telma Hopkins (Rachel Crawford) Before Hopkins was an actress, she was part of the vocal group Tony Orlando and Dawn. She had regular roles on sitcoms like Bosom Buddies and Gimme a Break! before joining Family Matters as Harriette Winslow's sister.ZimbioAfter the show ended, Hopkins starred in


The "Family Matters" House Is About To Disappear, But These Other Famous Sitcom Houses Are Still Standing

Family Matters was one of the most iconic shows of the 90s. Steve Urkel may have caused a lot of mayhem in the Winslow house, but that was what made us love him. ABCThe Winslows lived in a house in Chicago, and they managed to survive 9 years of Urkel's invasions. He may have been a bit of a goofball, but we all enjoyed watching his crazy antics. The house was amazing, but now after all these years the city is planning on destroying the house. Google Street ViewThe interior shots were filmed on a set, but the exterior was

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11 Obnoxious Sitcom Characters From The 90s That Are Just The Absolute Worst

Sitcoms are one of the very best things available to watch. Sure, cartoons were great and dramas are fine, but sitcoms were the absolute greatest. There were so many to chose from, all with their own great stories. The thing is, not all characters can be winners. Sometimes there is a really annoying character who is necessary to the plot but honestly, just something about them drove us nuts. There were just so many irritating characters that we put up with, how many of these do you remember hating? 1. Steve UrkelABCSure, he was one of the main characters, but