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Family Matters: Season 1

4.7 out of 5 stars 209 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

“Hi, everybody!” Fans of ’90s sitcoms know those words mean Steve Urkel has come to call, bringing lots of geeky, goofy fun with him. A spinoff of Perfect Strangers, Family Matters began as the at-home adventures of elevator operator Harriette Winslow and her multigenerational family. But midway through the first season, Jaleel White made a one-shot appearance as neighborhood nerd Urkel. With oversized glasses, undersized body, screechy voice and indomitable self-confidence, Urkel proved irresistibly funny, turning White into an overnight sensation and a new star of the show. Join Urkel and the Winslows for the 22-episode debut season of the hit series that proclaims love matters, laughing matters, Family Matters!

Special Features

None.

Product Details

  • Actors: Rosetta LeNoire, Jaleel White
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 8, 2010
  • Run Time: 484 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (209 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005JO2V
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,635 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Family Matters: Season 1" on IMDb

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
Finally!!! How many days have gone by while fans eagerly waited for the release of this classic family sitcom on DVD?! Now fans who have waited patiently, like myself and my friends, will be able to own the complete first season of the Winslow's and their quirky neighbor Steve Urkle in Family Matters. The 3-disc set will contain the following 22 episodes originally airing from 1989-1990:

The Mama Who Came To Dinner
Two-Income Family
Short Story
Rachel's First Date
Straight A's
Baseball Blues
Body Damage
Mr. Badwrench
Stake-Out
False Arrest
The Quilt
Laura's First Date (Steve Urkle's Proper Introduction!!!)
Man's Best Friend
Baker's Dozen
The Big Reunion
The Party
The Big Fix
Sitting Pretty
In A Jam
The Candidate
Bowl Me Over
Rock Video

No news yet on any special features and some are wary of expecting any but just being able to own these episodes on a proper set should be more than enough to please fans. Though, any exec's out there with a say in the matter should be aware of how much us fans who have waited so long would appreciate a little something extra, a blooper reel would be great, even some sort of featurette or promotional material if not a commentary or two, just throwing that out there.

Anybody growing up or alive in the 90's knows the name Steve Urkle. Urkle became a household name and now fans can revisit, and newcomer's can finally be introduced to, the man who did do that.
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I believe this show should definitely be released on DVD. There is a Simpson's, Seinfeld, and Full House DVD so why not a Family Matters one! This is absurd! People shouldn't have to vote for a Family Matters DVD because that's ridiculous. Something needs to be done! RELEASE THIS DVD!
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Family Matters was one of the all time great television sitcoms EVER! Please release it on DVD soon so I can buy it!
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Rarely can anyone find a wholesome, family friendly show filled with solid moral lessons and good ole side splitting laughter as Family Matters. Someone out there in TV/Video land has to get a clue and release this show on DVD. What's the problem? As the studio, you already have too much money that you don't want to make more by releasing this wonderful show on DVD?
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I started watching Family Matters this past summer and every time I have a break from school I watch it! I love the show so much and it needs to come out on DVD. This is a show that actually deserves to be out on DVD.
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This show was one of my favorite shows when I was growing up and it would be awesome if it came out on DVD. PLEASE!!! release this show on DVD. I must see it again.
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I watched this show for 9 years and it was much better than it's predecessor "Perfect Strangers". "Family Matters" was the spinoff from Perfect Strangers Marie Jo Peyton played the security guard Harriet Winslow on tha show. So producers decided to spin her off unto her own show. I loved her show better! I stopped watching "PS" and started watching "FM" for it's entire 9 year run. It was sad when they replaced "Harriette" in the last season because Marie Jo was upset that her show became the Steve/Laura/Carl show. Eddie grown into being a really hot looking man! Damn those biceps he has! So when are they coming out with the DVDS?
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I have to first off say....God I love this show. I plan to get this if not the first day it comes out, the first week it does. Steve Urkel was the funniest. I love Myra and Laura. They are my sweethearts. God bless Myra a.k.a(Michelle Thomas) who passed away from stomach cancer several years ago. I heard rumors on the internet that Carl was gay. I dont believe its true cause its just a rumor. People just make up stuff, but if it is true thats his business. All I care is he is a great actor. I loved every star on that show. Evary family needs to have this collection no matter what race you are. Thumbs up to all the supporters including me. I hope everyone gets this show on DVD cause I know I will! DID I DO THAT!!!!????????????? LMAO......
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