Danger's my middle name. Well, actually it's Quincy, but you guys get the picture.0
Time to count our Christmas cards. One... now, let's read it!0
I can't help it, Laura. I'm drawn to you. Like a moth to a flame. A bee to a blossom. A mouse to cheese.0
Eddie: 'Urkel, why don't you ever knock?'
Steve Urkel: 'Well, if I did, nobody would ever let me in.'
Laura: 'Steve Urkel, you are the most annoying human being that I have ever met!'
Steve Urkel: 'You heard her, you're all witnesses. She actually said, 'Human Being'. She's mine!'
Edo, cheating is like wearing your grandmother's underpants. Sure, it may cover your hiney, but if you make a habit of it, you've got a serious problem.0
Laura: 'How long have we known each other?'
Steve Urkel: 'Nine years, three months, two weeks, four days, six hours, eight minutes, and fourteen seconds... fifteen seconds... sixteen seconds.'
I know I'm not worthy of you. But I just can't help loving you. It's like wanting to touch a star - you know you'll never reach it, but you just gotta keep trying.Desire, Breakup & Lovesick, Love declerations0
Edward: 'I still got a chance, it's between me and two other guys. They're better with the hose, but I'm the smartest.'
Laura: 'And they find their way to work every morning?'
Laura: Forget it, Steve, I don't even have time to be mean!'
Steve Urkel: 'Great, maybe I'll stay a while.'
Carl, you don't cook, you burn. You burn eggs, you burn toast, you're the only man I know who burns Jell-O.0
Laura: 'Hide-and-seek, that's it.'
Steve Urkel: 'Oh, great, my parents play this with me all the time. Once, I found them in Milwaukee living under an assumed name.'
Edward: 'That's it. I've had it with that dog.'
Harriette: 'What happened?'
Edward: 'Look what he did to my algebra homework!'
Harriette: 'Tell your teacher your dog ate it.'
Edward: 'I can't, I used that excuse before we got the dog.'
Steve Urkel: 'Hi Laura, my little sweet potata! Did you think of me while you guys were camping?'
Laura Winslow: 'Yeah, every time I used the bug spray.'
Estelle Winslow: 'Steve, how did you get so good at checkers?'
Steve Urkel: 'Practice. Fortunately, when I was young I had no friends.'
Lt. Murtaugh: 'They're sending in that Urkel kid.'
Carl Winslow: 'What? We've got cheerleaders taller than him.'
Judy Winslow: 'Mom, when's dinner? We're starved.'
Harriette: 'Soon, baby. Your dad's runnin' late.'
Laura: 'Let's eat everything and see if he can take a joke!'
Laura: 'Where did you get the money for this?'
Steve Urkel: 'From my stay-away fund. Every year, my relatives send me money in hopes that I won't visit them.'
Clarence: 'Yo, you a serious little nerd.'
Steve Urkel: 'No, I AM a serious little nerd. You see, I use verbs. Verbs are our friends. They help move along our sentences.'
Well, look at his poor, pathetic face. He's so sad he could depress Richard Simmons.0
Laura: 'Thank you, Steve. Now, I'm gonna give you a compliment. But, it's only a compliment and it doesn't mean anything more than that.'
Steve Urkel: 'Oh, I understand.'
Laura: 'You did good.'
Steve Urkel: 'You love me, don't you?'
Sorry I'm late, but I got my tongue stuck in the printing press.0
Chicago, lock up your daughters! Mt. Urkel is about to erupt.0
Steve Urkel: 'I've taken a vow of chastity.'
Carl: 'Steve, you've always been chaste.'
Steve Urkel: 'Yeah, but now I have an excuse.'
I've got an Uncle Dirk Urkel who was blessed with a two-foot long nose hair. Well, he got it trapped in the rear door of a Buick and was dragged eight and a half blocks.0
My uncle, Elijah Urkel, has been struck by lightning four times. At a party, once, he clamped cables to his earlobes and jump-started a Volkswagen. Then there's in the summer, when we use him as a human bug zapper. He's usually knee deep in dead mosquitoes. And then there was the time we went camping and we were in dyer need of a generator and we just plugged the toaster into Uncle Elijah and the Pop Tarts were flying.0
Carl: 'Steve, will you please stop sulking and come out of the bathroom?'
Steve Urkel: 'You yelled at me and you called me a butthead.'
Carl: 'Of all the names that I have called you , the one that bothers you is butthead?'
Steve Urkel: 'Yes. It was my nickname in preschool.'