Son is episode fifteen of the second season in this television sitcom on Family Matters. This show was originally aired from ABC on January 11, 1991. It was directed by Gary Menteer and written by Jose Rivera.
Rachel asks Carl to build a playhouse for Richie, but Carl cannot find his screwdriver. Eddie tells Carl he used it to fix his bike, and ignores Carl and by talking to Jolene on the phone. Carl turns the phone off and they argue. Eddie talks back and Carl grounds him by sending him to his room. Defying Carl, he sneaks out and goes on his date with Jolene. Eddie comes back then and tries to hide the evidence upstairs in his room. However, Carl ironically appears while he is going upstairs. Carl sees the evidence and grounds him for one month, then two more months for his attitude. Carl and Eddie get into a heated argument over house rules, prompting the eldest Winslow son to threaten to move out (even though he doesn't really have a plan). Harriette makes the two sit at a table and she tells the story of when Eddie was born. After Carl talks to Eddie, Eddie decides to stay home saying, "Dad, I'd like to stay", and Carl saying, "I would like that too, son"
Cast and Characters Edit
- Reginald VelJohnson as Carl Winslow
- Jo Marie Payton-France as Harriette Winslow
- Rosetta LeNoire as Estelle Winslow
- Darius McCrary as Eddie Winslow
- Kellie Shanygne Williams as Laura Winslow
- Jaimee Foxworth as Judy Winslow
- Bryton McClure as Richie Crawford
- Jaleel White as Steve Urkel
- Telma Hopkins as Rachel Crawford
- Lawrence Cook as Doctor
- In the episode "The Crash Course", the episode is set in October, and Eddie mentions he's been 16 years old for 27 hours, meaning his birthday was sometime in October. However, while telling the story of Eddie's birth, Harriette mentions that Eddie's birthday is January 28th.
- When Laura confronts Eddie in the kitchen, his hand jumps from the back of a chair to his hip between shots.
- Carl: Okay, you read the instructions, while I add all the pieces.
- Urkel: Okay.
- Urkel: Mongu! Chico! Mondo do du chok! Wa chee! Chocum hi chip chok!
- Carl: What are you babbling about?
- Urkel: This page is in Korean. They misspelled three words.
- Carl: You can read Korean?
- Urkel: Why, sure! It's a beautiful language. I'll teach you. We'll start with a common Korean phrase. "No mo giet itsu mana! Mont gio sam eea!"
- Carl: Well, what's that mean?
- Urkel: I've fallen and I can't get up!