Eddie then confronts Waldo for the foul up as Carl, Harriette and Rachel come home. A 1940s-style detective spoof, with Steve playing gumshoe crime fighter Johnny Danger. However, Myra soon ruins it when she learns from Waldo that they were planning her surprise birthday party in secret and owes both Steve and Laura an apology. This results in the alter ego known as Stefan Urquelle, played by Jaleel White in more casual attire. 3. Laura and Ted agree to end their relationship, and a heartsick Laura has no one to love for Valentine's Day until Steve pays her a visit. Meanwhile, Urkel breaks up with Myra, believing that she's moving their relationship too fast and demanding a marriage. Meanwhile, Laura becomes suspicious about Maxine's new boyfriend D'Andre (Kristoff St. John), especially after he asks her to deliver a package for him and Eddie helps her prove it. Harriette convinces him that when she and Carl adopted him, he'll always have a home with them. Meanwhile, Urkel and Laura plan a surprise birthday party for Myra. Myra walks in to find Steve and Laura locking lips and attempts to set Steve straight for his betrayal. A street gang, known as "The Dragons," come into Rachel's Place and try to stir up trouble, but luckily, Carl comes by just in time to stop it. Store, but only one position is available. So when the precinct's annual dance contest approaches, Carl and partner Harriette decide to teach Charlie a lesson or two in humility. There, Eddie has to work at a restaurant to avoid going to jail, while Stefan and Laura become models. After Carl talks to Eddie, Eddie decides to stay home saying, "Dad, I'd like to stay", and Carl saying, "I would like that too, son". Meanwhile, Lt. Murtaugh is enjoying a few laughs when Carl must go out in drag as part of an undercover operation. The stories are designed to bring humor to the viewers while also showing life as it unfolds in a big city like Chicago. Carl finds (and wants to keep) a diamond necklace that's extremely valuable but knows it might belong to someone; Urkel is asked to tutor Laura's current boyfriend, Todd, who is struggling to maintain his academic eligibility and remain eligible to date the lovely Winslow girl. After the family comes home, they continue arguing until Mother Winslow comes out of her room and stops it. Angered by this, he grounds Eddie for two months, bans him from his beloved car and also demands that he visits the Urkel home to explain himself. Maxine soon comes home with none other than Curtis, Laura's ex. When Laura is told what the quilt means to Mother Winslow, Laura feels guilty about selling it, so Laura and Carl set out to get the quilt back from Brooke Nash, the art dealer who bought it and is now reluctant to give it back, even if it is a precious heirloom. When she, Carl and Harriette come home, things seem to be normal. Meanwhile, Carl becomes concerned about Estelle's babysitting habits and tries to get her to compromise. He and Charlie tie for the win, however, right before the dance-off, he hurts his back again while bowing. True Love: Eddie and Greta run into, Oneisha, one of Eddie's ex-girlfriends from high school. Laura is conflicted between the two, and when Steve feels Stefan is better, he plans to move to Russia to be with his parents, but Laura stops Urkel when she realizes she couldn't live without him, and tearfully accepts his marriage proposal, saying that she is sure that he is the one for her, a promise which the two seal with a kiss. Eddie knows he'll be in hot water if Carl finds out, but Urkel's suggestion - visiting Ma's Bakery, which is the front for an underground casino - could land him in even deeper trouble. He also calls Goodrich out for his bad way of parenting on the show and that the children must take responsibility for their own actions. Carl is relieved to discover that Captain Davenport loves kids, but is still angry at Laura. When they see the real report card, the one with B's and C's on it, Eddie thinks Carl is disappointed in him. Although excited at first when he comes inside the penthouse, Carl quickly learns there are consequences in altering the past, especially when he finds out that the Winslows are more miserable than before. After realizing that Carl had been right all along about Goodrich, the disillusioned family confront him for his egotistical behavior. Harriette is soon rehired and has a VP/Head of Sales job. Meanwhile, Carl is upset that Commissioner Geiss passed him over for a promotion to captain, choosing his son instead (despite the fact Carl is more qualified). So when Eddie is pulled over for a traffic violation, he says he was the victim of racial profiling by a pair of overzealous police. Stefan, wondering if Laura had developed some loving feelings for Urkel, swaps identities with Steve to find out. ABC Urkel tells her that his cool alter-ego just needs to be renovated. Meanwhile, Harriette and Laura have it out when she starts coming in past curfew. An angry Carl threatens to report the senior officer for his racial profiling, while also urging his rookie partner to re-examine his own attitude. Hariette makes the two sit at a table and she tells the story of when Eddie was born. Humiliated, Mr. Looney contemplates suicide, leaving Urkel and Carl to talk him out of it. 2. Meanwhile, Carl gets upset when he learns Harriette is making more money than him after a promotion, so Carl takes a second job to become the breadwinner again. On Harriette and Mother Winslow's advice, Carl sees the two officers at a coffee shop and decides to get their side of the story. Maxine soon comes home with none other than Curtis, Laura's ex. But Steve's date with Laura turns out to be a disaster. However at the last second, he decides it's better to let her make her own decision whether she wants to go out with him or not.