He shows little regard or respect for Laura's choice to not reciprocate Steve's affections.One example of Steve's lack of consideration for others is in the season four episode "Surely You Joust," when he accidentally caused Carl and Eddie to fall off of the roof while they were installing a satellite dish, only to demand an apology from Carl for unintentionally landing on top of Steve, and even going so far as to fight back when Carl subsequently banished him from the Winslow house, leading Waldo to arrange for Carl and Steve to settle their issues on American Gladiators.
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" (previously used by Curly in the 1934 Three Stooges short Punch Drunks), "Whoa, Mama!
" and "Look what you did" (on those rare occasions when someone else caused the damage).
Additionally, he frequently insinuates "You love me, don't you? I'm wearing you down" to Laura Winslow, the usual object of his affection.
Steve Urkel first appeared on the 4th episode of the first season, "Rachel's First Date".
Steve is commonly known and respected by other characters for his kindness to others, his never-ending love and loyalty for those he holds dear, and, alongside with Harriette, his position as a voice of reason and source of wisdom for the often bickering members of the Winslow family, all of which serve as redeeming qualities for his generally unwelcome or tolerated presence.