Talent Show “Do The Urkel” ~ Camp Warner Bros. Week 8 & Family Matters: Season 1 Review #CampWarnerBros #MySillyLittleGang
My goodness I can’t believe we’ve reached week 8 of Camp Warner Bros. To celebrate the 8th and final week of camp we are having a talent show! Join me and join in on the fun!
Talent Show “Do The Urkel” ~ Camp Warner Bros. Week 8 & Family Matters: Season 1 Review
Growing up I used to watch a show called Family Matters. That’s why I was so excited that this week we would get to watch Family Matters: Season 1 and have a talent show.
Campers it’s time to strut your stuff with our first-ever Camp Warner Bros. Talent Show! Let’s celebrate the last week of camp, and allow our campers (and even our Camp Directors) to stand out, feel great, and showcase their best dance moves in support of the Digital release of Family Matters: Season 1 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. Family Matters was one of the great 90’s sitcoms – a global phenomenon – where families gathered and laughed together around their televisions, every Friday night – exactly at 8 PM!
For nine seasons, the series lead character Steve Urkel was the neighbor that irked the Winslow’s, but families worldwide adored him! For our last week of camp – we figured we would bring back America’s favorite geek – and show how cool it can be – to always be yourself!
To enter the Talent Show, all you have to do it watch the video clip from the series below, copy Steve Urkel’s epic dance moves, and upload your videos to your TikToks, Facebooks, Instagrams, and Twitters – and don’t forget to hashtag #CampWarnerBros to share the fun!
About Family Matters: The Complete Series
What matters most? Family, of course! Over its nine hit seasons, Family Matters brings us a hilarious slice of middle-class Americana – along with one of TV’s wackiest characters, nerdy genius Steve Urkel. The extended Winslow family redefines the word “togetherness” as their home splits at the seams with chaos, confusion, and laughter.
Watching this show again brought me so many fond childhood memories. I had so much fun sharing this show with my boys and watching them try to do The Urkel.