A MODEL WITNESS- In this episode the gang come across an unconscious Fabio (the famed romance cover model) while walking down the pier. Fabio can barely remember anything, all he remembers is that he was one minute he was in the middle of a photo shoot, the next, he is being awoken by Spark, the robot dog. The gang tries to help Fabio remember what happened to him, and more importantly, what happened to the photographer and his crew. The gang is slightly impeded by Samantha's obvious crush on Fabio, but eventually they find out the real culprit is Dash Derringer, Fabio's one time nemesis, and rival model. Trevor and Fabio take down Dash, and rescue Fabio's photographer, and in the final scene Fabio gives Samantha a kiss on the cheek as the gang eats some celebratory ice cream.
THE BUSINESS OF DEATH- This episode was to star Presidential hopeful Ross Perot (a move deemed risky by political insiders as Perot needed to attract younger voters, but perhaps was aiming too young by being in a Saturday morning cartoon). In the episode Ross Perot realizes that one of his data servers (Perot ran the company EDS- which stored data for companies from 1962-1984) had been stolen- and aside from containing U.S. military secrets, the data also contained his grandmother's recipe for his favorite apple pie. The gang resolves to help Perot find the thieves, and at the end of the episode we find out that the thieves were none other than Iranian dissidents looking for some good apple pie!
The Urkel Mystery Adventure Hour Show
Was originally a show produced by ABC in 1991 which featured an animated version of this hit television character Steve Urkel from the television show Family Matters. The show followed the adventures of Urkel, a young red-headed genius named Samantha, a boy named Trevor (a friend and football teammate of Eddie Winslow) and a robot dog name Spark. The show would often have guest stars appear as the gang helped to solve mysteries. Though many episodes were produced, none ever made it to air.