Now, at least they've gotten a bit of closure about whether Judy slipped into another dimension while in her room or what. Family Matters Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. She is the youngest daughter of Carl and Harriette Winslow. Steve Urkel sometimes. As is often the case when characters disappear from television shows, there was both a storyline-based and an off-screen reason for Bub’s departure. For other uses, see, (originally in first five episodes only: ". "[7], In December 2008, People magazine reported that Foxworth was pregnant. If you were a faithful Family Matters viewer between 1989 and 1993, you may remember the character of little Judy Winslow. Though sometimes, she is much closer to Eddie due to his laid back, rebellious nature when he was younger. 07/28 - The Thundermans - Season 1-4 Bundle

Just came across that link a couple of weeks ago. Though Family Matters was a staple program in ABC’s family-friendly “TGIF” lineup of Friday night programming, the show changed networks in its final season. View Today's Active Threads / View New Posts / Mark All Boards Read / Chit Chat Board, Family Matters links and theme songs at Sitcoms Online / Family Matters Photo Gallery, MeTV Network Acquires Looney Tunes and More Classic Cartoons; Kaley Cuoco HBO Max Series Announces Nov. 26 Premiere 07/21 - Curb Your Enthusiasm - The Complete Tenth Season 08/04 - The Neighborhood - Season One In 1995, reruns of the series began airing on TBS Superstation, where it ran until 2003. Warner Bros. responded to the complaints, offered a replacement program to receive corrected discs and reissuing the set with corrected broadcast copies on April 4, 2014. He was the star, basically, after all. But that also meant cutting other stars out when needed. Steve Urkel sometimes. [1] Midway through the first season, the show introduced the Winslows’ nerdy neighbor Steve Urkel (Jaleel White), who was originally scripted to appear as a one-time character; however, he quickly became the show's breakout character (and eventually the main character), joining the main cast. Why was the youngest sister on "Family Matters", Judy Winslow, suddenly taken out of the show after season 4? As the show progressed, episodes began to center increasingly on Steve Urkel, and other original characters also played by White, including Steve's suave alter-ego, Stefan Urquelle, and his female cousin, Myrtle Urkel. Her first name was given as Desdemona before being changed to Judy (though Eddie's and Laura's are given) and the adopted sister of 3J.It's suggested that Judy had a strong relationship with her older sister, Laura. It seems like almost everyone forgets that. As it turns out, Family Matters needed to free up some cash in its budget to accommodate Jaleel White and increasing his presence as Steve Urkel in the show. Unfortunately, that meant cutting Judy's part almost entirely without notice for Jaimee or even viewers who supported the show. 09/15 - South Side - Season 1 The series would return to TBS after 17 years later on February 3, 2020. 10/13 - The Jetsons - The Complete Series (Diamond Collection) [Interview, part one] ... i wich it could have went longer. After the introduction of Steve Urkel (Jaleel White), Foxworth's scenes were reduced significantly. The entire series is also available for digital download on and the iTunes Store, all but season 6 remastered in both SD and HD. Valerie Jones (pilot only) Jaimee Foxworth (Season 1-4). Jo Marie Payton played Harriette Winslow, the elevator operator at a newspaper where Larry Appleton and Balki Bartokomous also worked. The Jetsons were a twenty-first century family. Miller-Boyett thought that it would not be a big player on ABC after the network's recent purchase by Disney. Meego, however, was a ratings failure and was canceled after six weeks. Family Matters is set in the same "TV universe" as several other TV shows related to ABC's TGIF or CBS's Block Party. Family Matters was created by William Bickley and Michael Warren (who also wrote for, and were producers of parent series Perfect Strangers) and developed by Thomas L. Miller and Robert L. Boyett (who also served as executive producers on Perfect Strangers), all four also served as executive producers of the series.