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Steve's random awareness of his own overbearing presence is addressed multiple times throughout the series, yet even when he is aware of the agony he causes to others, his overbearing need for attention is easily greater than any desire to correct his own flaws for the comfort of other people.

Steve can also be quite selfish and self-centered at times.

And usually when he is harshly criticized by the Winslows, instead of reflecting on their reasoning, he would rather fall into depression (sometimes even pretend to), and simply wait for them to change their minds and apologize for hurting him.

Steve appears to possess a martyr complex, which drives his self-delusion that he is always a misunderstood victim, and that reasons for being angry at him are always unfair.

" and "Look what you did" (on those rare occasions when someone else caused the damage).Additionally, he frequently insinuates "You love me, don't you? I'm wearing you down" to Laura Winslow, the usual object of his affection.Steve Urkel first appeared on the 4th episode of the first season, "Rachel's First Date".He becomes known for several catchphrases uttered after some humorous misfortune occurs, including "I've fallen, and I can't get up!" after he accidentally became drunk and fell off the edge of a building in the episode "Life of the Party," "Did I do that?Although he is often portrayed positively for being a kind and virtuous person compared to other repentant characters, Steve is not a flawless character.

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