The popular television sitcom “Family Matters” is ending after nine seasons. The series was first broadcast on ABC on September 22, 1989 and later moved to CBS for the final season. The show starred Jaleel White, Steve Urkel, Laura Williams, and Carl Williams. It was one of the most successful sitcoms of its time, and many fans are disappointed that it is ending.
The final episode of the series featured the last appearances of all cast members. The episode was cut due to age rating concerns and some scenes had to be shortened. Some re-runs of the episode still feature a scene showing Carl and Harriette caring for Eddie’s bullet wound. However, the full scene was not shown on most cable networks.
The final episodes aired in July 1998. While Family Matters maintained its average of 12.6 million viewers for its first eight seasons, the show’s ratings dropped steadily, with each successive season averaging fewer than ten million viewers. By the time it reached its final episode, the show was cancelled by CBS and replaced by another show – Kids Say the Darndest Things.
Despite the sad ending, fans should take a moment to celebrate the success of the show. It was the longest-running African-American sitcom on television, spanning nine seasons and two decades. It also introduced the character Steve Urkel to pop culture, making him one of the most well-known and beloved characters on television.
After completing the quest, Geralt will help The Baron track down some of his family members. The Family Matters quest does not end the story of The Baron family, but it is the first of two quests that complete the story of the Baron family. The next part of the story is the Return to Crookback Bog quest.
The episode begins with a gorgeous sunrise. Then, the mysterious Dong-Ha reveals that the police are watching him. He tells Kwang-Chul about a buried cop, and the two realize that the police are on his trail. It is not until the end of the episode that the family is fully reunited.
Throughout the series, the characters are struggling with a variety of emotions. In some cases, they have lost their child, and they’re struggling to move on with their lives. The show follows these struggles and their triumphs, resulting in a climactic finale. It is a bittersweet, but engrossing drama.