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We're Going to Disney World (Part 2) is episode twenty-three of the sixth season in this television sitcom on Family Matters, that originally aired from ABC on April 28, 1995. It was directed by Richard Correll and written by Fred Fox Jr.

Plot Edit

Can Waldo read a map? Guess not, since he and Eddie wind up in Canada. Eventually, their car is stolen, leaving them hitching a ride to Florida. Meanwhile, Carl weighs a job offer in Florida while Myra arrives and finds out that Stefan and Laura are getting married and Steve will never come back. The sadness made Laura feel guilty and she wanted Stefan to fix the chamber.

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Cast and Characters Edit

Main Edit

Guest Edit

Recurring Edit

Cameo Edit

  • Phynjuar Thomas as Mitzi Monkhouse
  • Anthony Franco as Vincenzo
  • Tanya Wright as India
  • Steve Witting as Martin
  • David L. Lander as Oliver
  • Mike Guy as Science Fair Judge
  • Shari Shaw as Zoralee Rasmussen (credited as Shari Ballard)
  • Russel Sanderlin Sr. as Wedding Guest

Trivia Edit

  • This is the final appearance of Telma Hopkins as Rachel Crawford until season 9 (she is mentioned, however, in season 7).
  • This episode, like the previous one, was filmed on location at the Walt Disney World Resort (before the creation of its fourth theme park in 1998, Disney's Animal Kingdom).

Quotes Edit


Family Matters Season 6
To Be or Not to Be (Part 1)To Be or Not to Be (Part 2)Till Death Do Us ApartmentThe Looney BinBeta Chi GuyDark and Stormy NightPar For the CourseSink or SwimParadise BluffFlying BlindMiracle on Elm StreetMidterm CrisisAn Unlikely MatchThe Substitute SonThe GunWedding Bell BluesAin't Nothing but an UrkelMy Uncle, the HeroMy BodyguardCheers Looking at You, KidWhat's Up Doc?We're Going to Disney World (Part 1)We're Going to Disney World (Part 2)They Shoot Urkels, Don't They?Home Sweet Home

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