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This puts him at odds with the family patriarch Carl, who routinely throws Urkel out of his house.
Later episodes suggest that Steve's attachment to the Winslows stems from his bad relationship with his own family.
Steve improves the formula in the season five episode "Stefan Returns" to reduce its negative effects on his personality, and invents a "transformation chamber" allowing him to become Stefan at will.
He would change into Stefan several times – even while dating Myra – but some circumstance would force Steve to turn into his normal self again.
Urkel often hints that most of his relatives, including his (unseen) parents, despise him and refuse to associate with him.
This culminates in the two moving to Russia without him, whereupon he moves in with the Winslows.
With his narcissistic tendencies toned down, Laura falls deeply in love with Steve's alter-ego.
Steve had a short and brief relationship with Susie in season two, but their relationship ended when he introduced her to the president of the chess club.He professes love for his neighbor Laura Winslow, who is a character in the main family of the series, but this love of his is written as an accent on or trigger for events and crises, and is therefore very unrequited. " (on occasions when someone else caused the damage, though usually the accident was indirectly caused by Urkel).For the Urkel character's debut through the rest of the series' run, he is central to many of its running gags, primarily property damage and/or personal injury as a result of his inventions going awry or his outright clumsiness. 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).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".