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Since making her name on the wholesome '90s sitcom "Family Matters," Jaimee Foxworth has experienced her share of uphill battles. After four seasons of playing Steve Urkel's neighbor, Judy Winslow, Foxworth was written out of the show and left without a job. At age 19, desperate and broke, she began doing porn to make ends meet. Even after leaving the adult film industry, Foxworth continued to struggle with drugs and alcohol. In , the former child star appeared on "Celebrity Rehab" and she says she began to wean herself off of drugs and alcohol. Foxworth's major turning point, however, came later that year when she learned was expecting a child with longtime boyfriend Michael Shaw. And make bottles? And give him naptime and baths and all that?
Entertainment Music News. Though many chalk it up to her character being written out of the series after its fourth season, the actress still feels the need to share her thoughts on not being invited to the epic reunion. Shawn sent me a text two days before it was released. He asked if anyone contacted me, and he just wanted to let me know that EW contacted them to do a reunion cover. It was a slap in the face from Entertainment Weekly. The year-old also explained why she was let go from the series in the first place, saying the introduction and growing popularity of Steven Q. Urkel, played by Jaleel White, meant less and less screen time for the young thespian. They figured no one would really care. Some of my cast members knew before I did.
Watch now. Title: Fast Eddie Winslow 30 Nov Eddie, Rodney and Urkel wander into an adults-only billiards hall, where a friendly yokel named Higgins decides to challenge Eddie to a friendly bet over a game of pool. Eddie quickly finds he's taking on a pool shark and loses a lot of money. Higgins warns him to pay up, or his family could suffer some brutal consequences. Eddie - who doesn't have the skills to match Higgins - decides instead to try to win back his bet and enlists Urkel to help him. Urkel is about to win when Higgins' cronies interfere; when Urkel complains about the cheating, the thugs decide to take him away to be killed Good episode that not only shows an interesting and seedy part of the town for once, but also gives some more background to several of the show's characters.