White spoke to Fox News about how he really feels about Urkel today, whether he would ever consider a reboot, traveling with his mom and how he escaped the child star curse. Fox News: How do you feel about Steve Urkel today? Jaleel White: Oh, I love him. You kidding me?
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The character is the epitome of a geek or nerd of the era, due to traits such as large, thick eyeglasses , flood pants held up by suspenders , multi-colored cardigan sweaters , saddle shoes , and a high-pitched voice. In syndication, Steve Urkel first appeared on the 4th episode of the first season, "Rachel's First Date" as the show staff wanted to more naturally introduce him to audiences upon repeated viewings. On the 12th episode of the first season, " Laura's First Date ", he reappears as a nerdy young boy who takes Laura Winslow out on a date. While he is madly in love with her, Laura finds Steve grating and doesn't return his affection. While intended as a minor character, Urkel became very popular for his oddball antics. He soon became a recurring character, and joined the main cast beginning with the season two premiere "Rachel's Place". Family Matters co-creator Michael Warren named the character after his friend, writer and director Steve Erkel. Due to the show and the character's tremendous popularity during the early s, Erkel encountered difficulties using his own name; he received many prank phone calls from "Laura" asking for "Steve", and businesses found his name to be suspicious.
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