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Paris Vacation (Part 2) is episode two of season eight from the television sitcom on Family Matters, that originally aired from ABC on September 20, 1996. It was directed by Richard Correll and written by Jim Geoghan.

Plot Edit

Stefan and Laura participate in a fashion show, while Nicole and Andre capture Urkel and hold him hostage inside the Paris Opera House, where he is forced to build a new teleporter.

Synopsis Edit

Stefan poses as a model for a French version of Coca-Cola and decided that modeling is his career choice. He makes his successful debut in the runway show. Eddie continues to annoy the cafe owner, and Nicole tries to use her charms to get Steve to give her the UrkPad's blueprints. That doesn't work, so Andre takes more drastic measures -- Andre takes Steve to the empty Paris Opera House, where he holds Steve hostage at gunpoint, demanding the UrkPad's blueprints from Steve. Steve says that there are no blueprints -- it's all inside Steve's head. Andre forces Steve to start making an UrkPad. Nicole never wanted it to go that far, and now she feels that it's gotten out of hand. Andre plans to kill Steve after he's done, and Nicole doesn't want that to happen.

Cast and Characters Edit

Main Edit

Guest Edit

  • Christopher Birt as Gilbert
  • Mathieu Delarive as Andre
  • Gilles Détroit as Phillie
  • Antoine Herbez as Guy
  • Fily Keita as Nicole
  • Sylvie Nyamuka as Angelique

Trivia Edit

  • It is revealed by Steve that Uncle Cecil has died but its unknown how.
  • Stefan questions Steve as to whether his relatives were his as well to which Steve remarked was a murky connection.

Quotes Edit

Family Matters Season 8
Paris Vacation (Part 1)Paris Vacation (Part 2)Paris Vacation (Part 3)Movin' On3J in the HouseGetting BuffStevilKarate KidsHome AgainNightmare at Urkel OaksChick-a-BoomThe JuryIt Came Upon a Midnight ClearRevenge of the NerdLove TrianglesFather TimeBeauty and the BeastLe Jour d'amourWhat Do You Know?Odd Man InFlirting with DisasterPound FoolishThe Brother Who Came to DinnerA Pirate's Life for Me