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The Love God is episode ten of the third season in this television sitcom on Family Matters. This show was originally aired from ABC on November 22, 1991. It was directed by John Tracy and written by Stephen Langford.

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Eddie wants to date an "easy" girl, named Vonda (Danielle Nicolet) but Urkel, feeling sorry for her, decides to counsel her on her ways before their first date. He teaches her the she doesn't have to be "easy" to be popular, because her nice and friendly personality will make her popular by default, much to Eddie's chagrin. Rachel meets a lovely man, who is a complete stranger to her. Meanwhile, Lt. Murtaugh is enjoying a few laughs when Carl must go out in drag as part of an undercover operation. It turns out well, though as Carl manages to catch a wanted man, Murtaugh is ordered to go out in drag for another undercover operation and Carl enjoys a few laughs as well.

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Trivia Edit

  • Tammy Townsend's first an guest appearance as Jenny in this episode, but later Greta McClure in season 6.

Quotes Edit

Urkel: Care to mop my brow?
Laura: Forget it.
Urkel: No sweat, my pet?
Laura: In your dreams.
Urkel: Hey, this is my dream!
Laura: Well, then not even in your dreams.
Urkel: I can't believe this! I'm being rejected in my own fantasy.
Family Matters Season 3
Boom!Brain Over BrawnThe Show Must Go OnWords HurtDaddy's Little GirlCitizens' CourtRobo-NerdMaking the TeamBorn to Be MildThe Love GodOld and AloneA Pair of LadiesChoir TroubleA Test of FriendshipJailhouse BluesBrown BombshellFood, Lies and VideotapeMy Brokenhearted ValentineWoman of the PeopleLove and KissesStop! In the Name of LoveThe Urkel Who Came to DinnerRobo-Nerd IIDudesFarewell, My Laura

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