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" after he accidently got drunk in one episode and fell off the edge of a building, "Did I do that?" (previously used by Curly in the 1934 Three Stooges short ), "Whoa Mama!In this case, though, it sure seems like it is the case of exaggeration to the point of simple falsehood.Barry Williams writes in his book about their "date," which happened during the show's second season, which took place when he was 16 and Henderson was 36. Williams' older brother had to drive them, as Barry could not yet drive.If Laura breaks Steve's heart, he says something to make her regret saying whatever insulted him.Once, Steve told Carl Winslow, the father, that he actually wanted him to be his father, because his own father was greatly disappointed with him for not wanting to be a surgeon.Luckily, Henderson took Williams' book in good fun (as she has noted on more than one occasion, you only need to actually : False (Unless You're Definition of "Date" Is Extremely Loose) Be sure to check out my archive of TV Legends Revealed for more urban legends about the world of television. ) to write in with your suggestions for future installments! Herb Urkel (father) Diane Urkel (mother) Laura Winslow (wife) Steven Aloysius Urkel (future son) Steven Bertram Urkel (future son) Steven Cornelius Urkel (future son) Stephanie Sue Urkel (future adopted daughter) Stephanie Laurine Urkel (future daughter) Stefan Urquelle (alter-ego cool)Carl Winslow (father-in-law) Harriette Winslow (mother-in-law) Richie Crawford (godnephew) Myrtle Mae Urkel (cousin) Big Daddy Urkel (uncle) Uncle Cecil Urkel (uncle) Cornelius Eugene Urkel (cousin) Julie Urkel (cousin) Aunt Oona Urkel (aunt) Uncle Omar Urkel (uncle) Uncle Ernie Urkel (uncle) Aunt Muriel Urkel (aunt) Cleotus Urkel (cousin) Dirk Urkel (cousin) Unnamed grandfather Unnamed grandmother Steven Quincy Urkel (born July 25, 1976), generally known as Steve Urkel or just Urkel, is a fictional character on the ABC/CBS sitcom Family Matters. Originally slated to have only one appearance on the show, he soon became its most popular character.
The seemingly perfect Bradys have become cultural icons and as such, any possible salaciousness involving the Bradys is latched on to with glee.It just sounds better that way when you're selling books.In 2011, when Henderson herself released an auto-biography, she revealed that she had had a one-night stand with then-Mayor of New York John Lindsay back in the 1960s (she contracted pubic lice from the politician), so she is certainly no stranger to using a salacious piece of history to sell a book.Williams noted: So what was clearly an example of a nice lady humoring her young co-star instead gets turned into "Greg Brady is dating Carol Brady!" Florence Henderson herself addresses the issue on the FAQ page of her website, noting: That whole thing with Barry got blown way out of proportion.