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.

Cold Case is a police drama based around Lilly Rush, the only woman detective in the Philadelphia Homicide Division.

One day she is approached by the witness to a crime that happened thirty years ago.

She is driven to solve the case and when asked if she'd like to be put back in regular rotation, she states she'd rather continue working "cold ones", the term used by the detectives for unsolved cases.

Lilly and rest of the squad strive to give victims and their families justice after years of it being denied.

Lilly Rush is a Philadelphia police detective working for the department's homicide squad and being assigned 'cold cases': crimes that were committed many years before and have not been solved.

Jaleel White as Steve Urkel (with occasional appearances as Stefan Urquelle, Steve's alter ego, and Myrtle Urkel, Steve's cousin); White is listed as a recurring guest through most of the first season but quickly becomes a co-star "If only their house was as big as their hearts!

Seven years ago, Harriette and Carl Winslow generously invited Harriette's nephew to move into the small home they shared with their two children in suburban Chicago.

The scourge of Carl's existence - his imperious mother - moved in soon after.

Carl, a tough Chicago cop, is a teddy bear of a man in a grizzly's body.

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.