"Have Yourself a Merry Winslow Christmas" is the first Christmas episode of the ABC sitcom Family Matters, originally aired as the thirteenth episode of the show's second season (though it is actually the season's fifteenth episode in production order).
Steve is all alone for Christmas, his family having left him behind and the Winslows shunning him after he breaks Laura's old-fashioned Christmas ornament. The nerd has also promised Richie that Santa will deliver him the season's hottest toy, Freddie Teddy, a storytelling teddy bear that Carl seems to have a little trouble securing. Eventually, Laura apologizes to Steve after she finds him feeling sad and alone in his basement, on Christmas Eve. She also invites him to spend Christmas with her and her family, and Steve accepts. Soon the Winslows learn there's nothing wrong with Steve still believing in Santa, especially when they discover his letter (with which he asked Santa to let him spend Christmas with the Winslows) and Richie is happy with his present.
The episode was made available on the Family Matters: The Complete Second Season DVD set, released by Warner Home Video on February 14, 2012.
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