A character who seems particularly adept and eager to take down bully-type characters with extreme prejudice, or at least show he has this streak in him.
As Peter gets Ellie's story, they begin to fall for each other.
The scourge of Carl's existence - his imperious mother - moved in soon after.
As if that weren't enough, the Winslows have since made room for Steve Urkel, a nerdy, irksome family friend who has taken up residence because his parents left the country without him.
Often saves the world occasionally on top of his playground-peacekeeping activities. These are also the characters most likely to make the life of a Sadist Teacher hell.
Other members of the faculty will either see him in action, misunderstand the situation and punish him alone, or if that person does know what is going on, will pull him aside to advise him on a more constructive means to deal with school bullying.
Like many dads, he is beleaguered, put-upon and taken for granted, and charged with putting bread on the table, doing household repairs and suffering the traditional "slings and arrows" of fatherhood, such as tax return preparation, hormonal teenagers, and the annoying and inventively irritating suitor of his daughter, Steve Urkel.
"Completing the Winslow family is Mother Winslow and Richie Crawford , Harriette and Carl's eight-year-old nephew.
If you don't know how this ends, you might want to brush up on the "comedy of remarriage" genre.
Directed by: William Wyler Written by: William Wyler Crown princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) ditches her handlers on a tour of Rome so she can experience the city herself.
Now under one bulging roof, this extended family of seven redefines the word "togetherness" as their home splits at the seams with chaos, confusion and laughter.
"Harriette and Carl Winslow are the backbone of this odd brood.